Year 2 is one of the biggest years for any NFL player. With the rookie jitters now gone and the adjustments to the speed of the NFL seemingly behind them, players look to step up and contribute more than they did year 1. Some of these players are already established for fantasy and are currently at the forefront of the minds of fantasy owners. So honorable mentions to the year 2 players that are already well established that I will not be mentioning here. They are Nick Chubb, Phillip Lindsay, and Sony Michel. All of these players are talked about regularly and I want to shine a spotlight on some players that are not talked about as much or have seen their stock drop a bit. Without further ado, lets dive into the year 2 RBs that can take a step forward.Read More
1) They were on more ESPN league championship rosters than any other player.
2) None of them were average first round picks based off ESPN ADP last year, with McCaffrey coming in the highest with an ADP of 17.8 and Chubb the lowest with an ADP of 134.2.
Translation: League MVPs don’t need to come in the first round. Surely the first round is your best bet to get the type of difference maker who can carry your team, but once you get into the depths of the draft, rounds 4, 5, 6 and so on, don’t lose sight on the types of players who have the upside to deliver elite fantasy value if things go right for them.Read More