I hopped on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers bandwagon the minute Bruce Arians was named head coach. I’m buying everything about this offense, from on-the-rise coordinator Byron Leftwich to mercurial quarterback Jameis Winston and the Mike Evans-Chris Godwin-O.J. Howard pass-catching trio in between.
“Fade Nick Chubb” is one of the potential cheat codes I’m implementing into my portfolio this season. There are enough reasons to suggest those who chase Chubb will wind up disappointed in his serving of touches.
The Kansas City Chiefs represent a hot spot to target fantasy football production and justifiably so. Of course, prices have been steep throughout the spring and summer. Particularly for presumed starting running back Damien Williams, who currently stands as one of 2019’s worst investments.
Michael Thomas was dominant in 2018, it’s no surprise he’s a popular draft pick heading into the upcoming season. However, there are a number of reasons I’m fading him completely at his current average draft position.
Kerryon Johnson is one of the top choices to breakout in 2019 and return tangible, if not significant, profit on investment.
Aaron Jones is one of 2019’s top investments. His average draft position belies his promising range of outcomes as the Packers’ lead back.
We’re familiar with the real life application of FOMO, “Fear of missing out”. But how about FOTU, “Fear of the unknown” as a fantasy football strategy? FOTU is the main reason I’m hesitant to pull the trigger on the likes of Antonio Brown and Joe Mixon instead of similarly priced players. It’s also woven within the DNA of my portfolio building.
Tight end rankings reveal a top-heavy landscape short on matchup-shifting or season-lifting talent. Naturally, George Kittle, Travis Kelce and Zach Ertz demand a premium.
Running back tiers receive an initial split after the top four, leaving James Conner and Dalvin Cook in my crosshairs at the turn.
Mike Evans and Odell Beckham Jr. enter 2019 in situations expected to be conducive to production. Wide receiver tiers and rankings generally express this sentiment, but not quite to a degree that captures the profitable ceilings of each.