The running back position is often a tale of extremes in dynasty leagues. One on hand, we have the young, highly coveted players at the position. They grow exponentially more expensive to acquire with every impressive outing. On the other hand are the older veterans at the position. Their best
To say rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence is walking into a challenging situation is an understatement. The Jacksonville Jaguars have been a forgotten franchise as of late and have shown an inability to build a winning organization since owner Shahid Khan took over in 2011. Jacksonville requires a facelift, but can one player do it alone? Before selecting Lawrence to be the cornerstone of your fantasy franchise, let’s break down the situation he’s walking into and see how fantasy-relevant he can be.
There’s a stigma in single-quarterback dynasty leagues where you should wait for your quarterback. I disagree. If anything, recency bias has taught me to stabilize your future. Even for two-quarterback leagues, waiting on the second seems to be foolish when building your team. Sure, you can find value later, but how many picks are you wasting down the line? How many trades are you making trying to solidify the super flex position or second quarterback spot?