Marquise Brown: The Real Ravens Value

If you are like me, you love the feeling of winning fantasy football championships. There is a sense of accomplishment when drafting or trading for players. Players who put you one step ahead of the others in your league; especially when finding great deals on elite offenses like the Baltimore Ravens. Marquise Brown is the […]

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Discount player Jared Cook

Fantasy Football Discount Player: Jared Cook

Speaking of the 2020 Rookie of the Year, having Herbert under center only amplifies Cook’s case for a career season. The most important stat for a tight end to be a fantasy success is touchdowns. In 2020, Herbert looked  Henry’s way inside the 10 yard line more than any other pass catcher. While targeting the position as a whole, Herbert attempted more than 21% of his passes to his tight ends, with Henry garnering 16.4%. Being surrounded by a plethora of elite pass catchers will keep him in multiple favorable one on one matchups.

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Questions for the AFC West

Four Need to Know Questions for the AFC West

Unfortunately, we have seen plenty of quarterbacks and players be one-year wonders, and many decline in their second season. 12 of the last 14 signal-callers who put up top-20 per game statistics posted lesser numbers in their second season. It doesn’t mean that Herbert will be one of them. In fact, in each of the last four seasons, a second-year quarterback has put up the best numbers in the NFL. The four who did – Carson Wentz, Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson, and Kyler Murray- were all outscored by Herbert in 2020 as a rookie.

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Four Need to Know Questions for the AFC South

Although most of the attention will be on Lawrence, don’t forget about Travis Etienne. He is going to be an exciting prospect in redraft leagues. As much of a certainty Lawrence is, Etienne is just the opposite. His skill set isn’t questionable; it’s his role in the offense. James Robinson came out of nowhere as a rookie last season and finished as the RB7. Robinson offers vision and power, but Etienne is a blazer and can be a three-down back. Etienne is also Lawrence’s former teammate at Clemson.

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49ers Backfield

Investing in the 49ers Backfield

Whether Mostert is healthy or not, it is reasonable to expect Sermon to contribute as a rookie. If the incumbent starter were to miss any time, Sermon would seemingly see an increase in his workload, making him an intriguing option for fantasy. The potential upside has Sermon drafted as RB34 according to FantasyPros, standing to rise leading up to the season.

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Best Ball Stacks

Stacking Best Ball To Win And Why It Makes Sense/Cents

arating things you can do for fantasy football. You draft your team(s) and come back at the end of the year to claim your prize money. Drafting is one of the most fun parts of fantasy football, so why not do it all the time? Therefore, without further ado, let’s get into the stacks that could help you dominate your best ball leagues! 

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2021 rookie quarterbacks

Stabilize Your Future: Value The Safety, Upside, And Risk

All in all, this is a great quarterback class. It could be one of the best ones we have ever seen in terms of fantasy production. There’s no Josh Rosens or Geno Smiths who belong as backups instead of starters. It’s also apparent the majority of these players landed in ideal situations. Feel good about spending draft capital and investing in these players. You will see return on investment sooner, rather than later.

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Mac Jones Patriots

Stabilize Your Future: The Hidden Value of Mac Jones

If Newton plays poorly, there could be a shift in the offense. Jones could see the field earlier with veterans Nelson Agholor, Kendrick Bourne, Jonnu Smith, and Hunter Henry as his playmakers. However, the most crucial pass-catcher he needs to develop a connection with is 23-year-old N’Keal Harry. With Jones’s accuracy and Harry’s contested catch ability, these two could be a lethal duo for years to come.

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