No way dude, my league is so crazy deep, my boy Peter drafted Le’Veon bell when he was still in college… Yeah, well my boy Jimmy drafted Melvin Gordon during his Junior year of high school…No way man, my girl Cindy drafted Aaron Rodgers after going to his 7th birthday party… Not even close, my boy Dave drafted Antonio Brown after seeing his ultrasound pictures.

Everyone in their league either knows someone who “got that guy way before he hit it big”.  If you don’t know, him, congratulations, you are him.  Most owners just need to hit it big once, and can ride out an entire season, or multiple, based on that success.  Given a standard 10 or 12 team league, in which you are already drafting 2 or 3 premier players, hitting it big on 1 or 2 sleepers puts you in contention every year.

But there are some of you out there that are gluttons for punishment.  You know who you are, you 18 team, AFC only, starting 2 QB, 3 RB, 2 TE, and 4 Defenses.  Those of you starting practice squad players hoping for a half-time call up.  You are monsters, heathens, and abominations.  And I love you.

This post space will be dedicated to monitoring those low percentage players that are primed to take your deep-league teams to the promised land.  I will try to focus on players that can contribute now, and/or players that have the potential to help down the road.

Short, simple, and to the point: here are some players that are, on average, owned in less than 3% of league’s, that may have a chance to help you out this week…

Please, blog, may I have some more?

I can’t figure it out.  I have spent years defending myself, and staving off attacks from everywhere and everyone, but I can’t, for the life of me, figure out why people like the Beatles.  I know I am in the minority, and am always willing to admit that I am the oddball, but people are always more than happy to tell me that “I am wrong”, and “you don’t know what you are talking about”, and “they’re not really your children.”

Does this ever happen to you?  Going against popular convention can be tricky, but sometimes you have to go with your gut.  And my gut has said one thing very loud and clearly to me for this upcoming fantasy season… avoid LeSean McCoy.

Please, blog, may I have some more?

I first came to Razzball years ago searching for help with my baseball teams.  It was actually a recommendation Peter King had made via Twitter.  I had just entered a new, incredibly competitive league, and was looking for an edge.  That is when I was introduced to Grey.  For those of you who don’t know, Grey Albright is the alpha and omega, the be-all, end-all of baseball knowledge.  I was introduced to a slogan, SAGNOF.  Again, for the uninitiated, the term means “Saves/Steals ain’t got no face”.  Boiled down, it means you never pay full price for saves and steals, because more often than not a no-name, know-nothing player will come out of nowhere, and do the same at a reduced price.

Please, blog, may I have some more?