Finding value in players that are either forgotten about or ones that have been given up on can give you an advantage when working toward that ever elusive fantasy championship. I am qualifying these gems as late round to undrafted players that can either produce immediately for fantasy or as someone who can or will have value at some point in 2019. Upside is some of these players greatest strengths and I will be running down a varied amount of outcomes that these players could have over the course of 2019 so without further ado lets dive into the potential AFC fantasy gems! (All ADP is based on 12 team Half PPR league current ADP.)Read More
Since I have already done an article on 7 Players to Not Draft in 2019 I figured that I should follow up with the guys that are currently some of my favorites for the upcoming season. These are players that I am planting my flag on for the 2019 season and ones that I am currently doing anything I can to get. This is my list and my list alone so let me know who are your fantasy favorites for the 2019 season and suggest who you think should be on this list. I will, of course, update this as the off-season goes on so that they are up to date for draft season. Lets dive in!Read More
The depth at quarterback certainly makes it enticing to wait to draft your starter in one-QB leagues until the later rounds. Guys like Russell Wilson, Jared Goff, Phillip Rivers and Tom Brady are potential options in the double digit rounds of snake drafts and as $1 or $2 buys in standard auctions.
Yet even though there’s a ton of value throughout, knowing which quarterback to specifically target, and when to target them, can have a great effect on your season. Sure, Brady and Goff both sound like great late round steals, but Goff outscored Brady 310.3 to 280.4 in standard leagues last season, a 30-point difference that can be a be something that tips the scales for a playoff birth or more importantly, a title.
Here’s a quick glossary of terms before we get into eight stats worth knowing to prep for your draft:
TT - Time to Throw
CAY - Average Completed Air Yards
IAY - Average Intended Air Yards
AGG% - Aggressiveness
LCAD - Longest Completed Air Distance
xCOMP - Expected Completion Percentage
COMP +/- - Completion Percentage Above ExpectationRead More