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Eric Moody provides an overview of tight end draft strategy for 2016 fantasy football drafts. Delanie Walker lead all tight end in targets (133) and receptions ...
The value and importance of looking at each team's strength of schedule by position is one of most disputed factors when trying to determine ...
With draft season upon us, the most experienced drafters are putting in the preparation to build championship contending fantasy teams. This ground work includes ...
One of the hardest parts of drafting a solid fantasy football team is to know whether a high-risk player is going to payoff for ...
Eric Moody breaks down Average Draft Position and how to use it in your 2016 fantasy football drafts. Are you currently preparing for your first fantasy ...
Eric Moody examines players to target in the later rounds of 2016 fantasy football drafts. There is an adage in fantasy football that drafts are won ...
Bob Lung breaks down consistent TEs that are going undervalued in fantasy football. This piece is part of our article program that features quality content from ...
One of 2016's greatest fantasy truisms is "all of the top running backs have warts." We've got Le'Veon Bell's marijuana use and/or inability to ...
The following advice is intended to help you determine which players to draft and who to avoid with confidence. Let me preface the following suggestions ...
Welcome to the latest episode of the FantasyPros Football Podcast. The show is hosted by Bobby Sylvester (@bobbyfantasypro). Throughout the NFL season, we'll be interviewing ...
Smallwood was the favorite to land the No. 3 running back duties on the Philadelphia Eagles this offseason but injuries are hampering his chances. If his evaluation returns as a concussion, the rookie will be forced to miss even more time and solidify Kenjon Barner as the No. 3 back ...
Acker started 13 games, appearing in 15, in 2015 with the 49ers after spending his entire rookie year on injured reserve. Acker will likely begin the year providing depth at the cornerback position and as a role player in Kansas City's secondary.
He's still locked in as Washington's #2 wide receiver But, with TE Jordan Reed's emergence into a premiere weapon at the tight end position, he's more of a WR3. Considering his track record and ability, he's still a good value at his current round 14 ADP.
Santos is a top 10 fantasy kicker in the 2016 season. He finished the 2015 campaign as the seventh-ranked kicker with 146 points and a 9.1 FPPG average. With Kansas City's offense expected to improve, they will create more opportunities for Santos kick extra points and field goals in 2016. ...
DeSean looks healthy and ready to contribute. He's locked in as Washington's #1 wide receiver and could prove productive as quarterback Kirk Cousins is focused on proving he's a franchise quarterback playing in his franchise tag season. And, their defense is still in rebuild mode, therefore, the offense will be ...
The undrafted rookie should not be taken at all, but with him being targeted six times it will be interesting to see if he makes the roster to give quarterback Derek Carr another offensive weapon. With Amari Cooper, Michael Crabtree and Seth Roberts the three primary receivers Brent is battling ...
Crabtree remains a safe mid-round pick and provides a solid flex option. He's also a very credible pick in PPR leagues, he had 85 receptions last campaign. Beware, however, that Crabtree is a touchdown dependant performer.
Cooper showed yet again that he will be Derek Carr's number one receiver heading into the 2016 season. If Cooper is a receiver you are targeting and you pick at the turn then consider him in the late second, early third round. A low end WR1 Cooper is one of ...
Sanders was again solid, but was heavily out-targeted by fellow Broncos' wideout Demaryius Thomas on Saturday night. Also of concern for Sanders is that the Broncos didn't even call a passing play on the first two drives of the game. Sanders is a talented player, but it's fair to wonder ...
This seems like a pretty innocent situation for Walker, but fantasy owners should pay attention to what the results of the blood test are in case it turns out differently. Walker led all NFL TEs in targets and receptions last season, and he is expected to be a TE1 ...