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FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo & Garion Thorne explain why Le’Veon Bell, Frank Gore, Ryan Mathews and Arian Foster are undervalued compared to their current average draft positions (ADP) and should be considered sleepers entering the 2014 Fantasy Football season.
With the trade deadline quickly approaching, Fantasy owners need to be aware of potential deadline trades that can affect a player’s value. Joe Smith, Tommy Milone, Joaquin Benoit and Brandon McCarthy have already seen their value change because of midseason deals. Many more are expected before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. Let’s take a look at some potential moves from a Fantasy perspective.
When is it best to take your backup quarterback? Is it a good idea to pick a dominant defense a little bit early in the draft? Jennifer Millman of RotoExperts.com joins Scott Engel and Adam Ronis for a discussion about fantasy football draft strategy.
Adam Dunn has more home runs when playing at home than any other player in baseball over the past 40 years. He ranks outside of the Top 20 in total home runs hit over that time, but no one has provided the amount of power at home as Dunn during that span. From a Fantasy perspective, you want production you can count on, so why not take advantage of Park Factor?
Scott Engel and Adam Ronis talk to NFL Hall of Fame defensive end Chris Doleman about the predictability of defenses, and whether the Seattle Seahawks defense is worthy of an early pick in fantasy leagues.