For most fantasy football fans, and players, the running back/wide receiver positions are arguably the most important part of your team. Many fans have to draft their team for success, and it is always good to know the various strategies to draft these important positions.
Fantasy Football is in full swing, and it is time to start thinking of strategies for the upcoming season. Quarterbacks in real life are the most important position, however, it is not as clear in Fantasy. Tons of people have many strategies, and a lot have their pros, and cons. Here is a brief look at various different strategies you can use for the upcoming season.
The Miami Dolphins have been in the news a lot lately. The Dolphins are a team that does not get the most publicity, mainly due to the fact that they are in the same division with the Patriots. The Dolphins last season made it to the postseason, but did not make it very far, because Tannehill was injured. Now Tannehill is injured again, and people are wondering how far they will go this season.
Fantasy football is a staple of the NFL. Fans from all over participate in their various leagues. We draft, and pick up many players. Since fantasy football is such a big game (it is, no doubt) fans have their own opinions. Some say quarterback is the most important, while others say recivers. Well, lets see how each position ranks overall.
Last time I wrote about Kaepernick, I showed how his statistics fell short of a NFL quarterback, who is said to be one of the worst statistical quarterbacks in the league. This time, we will dig into the other side of the field. The area that most of us know, yet few say it (especially big Sports Media).
I came home from working out at the gym. I had a large latte with two extra shots, like I do almost everyday. And then I looked up ESPN on my computer. And wouldn't you know? They are still talking about Colin Kaepernick not being signed. This has been talked about in the media for months, and everyone in the big media are all astonished, and offended that no one will sign Kaep. They portray that the NFL Teams are all bigots, and are just humongous haters. Am I the only one tired of hearing all of this?
The AFC West, the division that is arguably the best in football. The AFC West has teams with great defense, teams with great offense, and teams that are consistent. Each of these teams are real contenders to be in the playoffs, but only one will win the division.
The NFC West was considered the best division in football a couple of seasons ago. The Super Bowl champions Seahawks, combined with the Cardinals, and the 49ers, it was a stacked division. Now, however, the division has taken a step back. Both the Rams, and 49ers had rough seasons, and the Cardinals had a worse-than-expected season, and the Seahawks made it to the playoffs, but did not go too far. How can each of these teams win this division.
The AFC East is stacked! The AFC East have the New England Patriots, who are lead by Belichick, and Tom Brady. The AFC East also has...Um, yeah...They have the Patriots. This division is not the worst division in the NFL, but they do not have much depth past them. Yes, the Dolphins are not horrible (they did make the playoffs last season), and the Bills have much to hope for in the coming years.
The NFC East, a couple of seasons ago, was one of the worst divisions in the NFL. They had the injured Cowboys, the QB-less Eagles, the inconsistent Redskins, and the Giants, with their horrible defense at the time. Turn the clock to present day, and we see the Cowboys coming off a "Top Playoff Seed" season, the Giants made the Wildcard, the Redskins were contenders for a spot, and the Eagles are looking up. All of these teams have a legitimate chance at making the playoffs, but only one can win the division.