This year’s tight end class is one of the strongest in history, competing closely with the highly touted 2017, which brought us five tight ends in the first 48 picks, including Evan Engram, David Njoku, OJ Howard and Gerald Everett. While this year’s cohort lacks truly elite prospects like Kyle Pitts, it has plenty of […]

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Dominating your fantasy football league is not easy, and one way to get a leg up on the competition is through the draft. Solid waiver grabs, quality trades, and making the correct start/sit decisions play a huge factor in the outcome of your season, but it all starts in your fantasy league’s draft. Your first round pick isn’t gonna be too difficult to choose, and neither is your second round pick. And to be honest, your probably not going to lose sleep over who you take in the third round either. Grabbing an underrated player who may be getting overlooked later on in your draft is where you can really make a positive impact on your roster. Over the next few weeks I’ll be taking a look at each offensive position and highlighting some players who I think you can wait on, rather than cash in all your chips on a high-priced, big-name guy in earlier rounds.

Let’s take a look at the men who will lead your offense this year — the quarterbacks…

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With the NFL schedule being recently introduced and the draft only about a week away, we are officially approaching the “pre-pre” season of the NFL. The kids are only a couple months from being dismissed for summer break and before we know it, camp will open.  It is fun during this time of year to ponder on the upcoming diamonds in the rough.  While some of the names on this list are well known, they are beginning to be overlooked by fantasy gurus across the web.  I want to bring them back to the light and explain how they will be fantasy relevant once again.  As you will see, the players are mentioned by position with the standard scoring format in mind.  I am keeping this first installment for the QBs, RBs, and WRs.

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