The RotoExperts take pride in the fact that we have been a big part of the Fantasy Football industry, dating back to 2004. Scott Engel joined a few years later, and has been instrumental in helping many people in the industry, including myself, and we’re all firm believers in the fact that you help yourself when you help others.
With that thought in mind, we’ve tracked down several Fantasy Football links to articles on other Fantasy sites we believe you’ll enjoy. Each week, we’re going to scan several of the sites in this syndicate to find you the very best content from each site.
Sure, we’re still churning out some great content, like Chris Ventra’s article on “Rookies and Relocated Players Who Will Make the Biggest Fantasy Football Impact,” but you’re not here for that. Winky face!
8 Fantasy Football Links To Help You Build a Winner
These articles are vetted, perused and dissected! These are well worth your viewing patronage!
By Kurt Turner of FantasyKnuckleheads.com
It’s literally never too early to post sleepers and busts for the upcoming season – heck, I’m thinking of writing a piece on the “Top 9 Sleepers For 2019!” (I expect big things out of you, Ahmonn Richards!) So, Turner handpicked two or six sleepers at quarterback, running back, wide receiver and tight end for the 2017 season. I won’t tell you all of his sleepers, but one rookie running back he picked has a name that rhymes with Schlamaal Schwilliams!
By JJohnson of DynastyFootballFactory.com
One thing we want to do is give you a taste of articles from websites in several different niches, including the dynasty/keeper segment of the industry. These guys do a great job looking at players on the rise for the coming seasons, ready to be had on the cheap in 2017. This article is a great example of that, as they detail how Adams, a WR out of South Florida, has a chance to make some noise as Cordarrelle Patterson’s replacement in Minnesota. He’s a deep sleeper for a reason, but learning about him now will put him on your radar.
By Zach Rohde of SoCalledFantasyExperts.com
One can argue that any rookie quarterback drafted in 2017 is a winner, just from the fat contract they’ll be signing. But Rohde looks at it from a Fantasy perspective to determine likely playing time in this rookie “Winners and Losers” series he just started this week. (By the way, I’m with him – DeShone Kizer is a nice draft winner, and he has a shot at starting under center by Week 1, like Dak Prescott … with fewer weapons.)
By Alex Hamrick of FantasySixPack.net
Hamrick hands out his preview grades for the Tight End position in Fantasy Football, and his A’s aren’t anything crazy, including Rob Gronkowski, Travis Kelce and Jordan Reed. But as he goes through his grade tiers, he also points out which tight ends are the most likely to outperform that tier – in other words, earn a better grade by the end of the season.
By Keith Lott of WeTalkFantasySports.com
With either Mike Glennon or rookie Mitch Trubisky under center, the Bears offense isn’t expected to be a high-flying unit, and outside of RB Jordan Howard, it’s tough to find much Fantasy value. However, Lott points out that Meredith actually posted several good games last season, and the quarterback position wasn’t really much better with Brian Hoyer under center.
”There are tons of targets coming Meredith’s way, with [Alshon] Jeffery now a member of the Eagles, to add to his team-high 97 from last year.” – Lott
By Jody Smith of GridironExperts.com
Smith explains why there will be a premium on targeting RB-2 type runners in the third and fourth rounds, mostly due to people picking running backs in the first round, and having to grab some top-notch receivers that have dropped. He lists several mid-round options at running back that could produce great value, including Jets RB Bilal Powell.
”The Jets might be one of the five worst teams in the league, but that doesn’t mean they can’t produce some nice Fantasy production. With a limited group of wide receivers, New York could easily give Powell 20-plus touches per game. Combined with his excellent receiving ability, that puts Powell into PPR RB1 territory.” – Smith
By David Gonos of DavidGonos.com
This guy be a goodly writer! In this week’s episode looking back at Fantasy Football history, I take a look at the first and second overall picks (according to Average Draft Position) dating back to 2000. One of them has outscored the other in 10 of 17 seasons! … Not knowing which one doesn’t make that big of a difference (it’s still interesting!), but just knowing that the second pick is as good (or better?) than the first pick is just one interesting fact!
By David Gonos of SportsGrid.com
In many ways, the offseason can be just as fun as the NFL regular season! We get to take closer looks at the statistics to see if there are interesting points that might change our opinions about a player. While none of the five players chosen in this article are going to greatly change your rankings, you might move the player up after knowing he had the most “Air Yards” percentage (66.1%), in the NFL last season? (That stat means his receivers were tackled relatively quickly after catching the ball.) This season, that quarterback has a shiny new stud tight end and an elite speedster stretching the defense.
Meanwhile, over at FNTSY.com …
Corey Parson joins Garion Thorne and Cam Stewart to discuss several Fantasy Football points of interest, including when Larry Fitzgerald will retire, and what the Cardinals offense looks like from a Fantasy perspective. They also talk about Ameer Abdullah’s disappointing NFL career thus far, and what can we expect from Devante Parker, while he’s catching passes from Ryan Tannehill? Watch the video below for those answers – and more!
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