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2016’s Breakout Wide Receiver: Stefon Diggs

By Mike Braude

Predicting wide receiver breakouts has become an essential part of winning fantasy football championships. Last year it was Allen Robinson who broke out and won fantasy leagues, this year I believe it will be Stefon Diggs.

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Three Things We Learned From Preseason Week One

By Asher Molk

Preseason is not something to be given too much weight, but there are conclusions that can be drawn from it – especially in terms of game-tape and playing time. Let’s see what our first dose of football had in store for us.

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Three Tight End Value Picks for 2016

By Mike Braude

During fantasy drafts, it’s important to identify players who are undervalued by the market. In this article, I will give you three tight ends who I believe fantasy drafters are undervaluing this season.

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Going RB-RB To Start Your Draft: Part II

By Asher Molk

As we discussed in the previous article, sometimes the draft doesn’t fall according to your plans to go WR-WR, and there’s too much value in a David Johnson-Lamar Miller start to pass up for some people. After selecting Golden Tate and Eric Decker in the 3rd and 4th round, let’s see what rounds 5-8 hold…

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Three Handcuffs Who Could Become RB1s

By Mike Braude

With injuries frequently taking place in the NFL, it’s important for fantasy owners to know the best backups in the league. Here are three running backs that could become league winning players if the starters in front of them get hurt.

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Going RB-RB To Start Your Draft: Part I

By Asher Molk

Although going Zero RB, or at least WR-WR to start your draft is incredibly popular, there are times where the draft simply doesn’t fall your way. If you draft enough times, it will happen to you at least once: You have a late first-round pick, and the only wide receivers available are the Jordy Nelson/Alshon…

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Alshon Jeffery: An Often Injured Superstar

By Mike Braude

Nothing scares fantasy owners quite like injuries. It often allows risk-taking owners to draft a player at a discount. Despite constantly dealing with nagging injuries, Alshon Jeffery dominated in 2015. If he can stay healthy, Jeffery can finish as a top five wide receiver in 2016.

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Four Ideas To Make Your Fantasy Football League More Interesting

By Asher Molk

One of the greatest things about fantasy football is how different each league can be. There are PPR, standard, 1.5 PPR for TEs, Dynasty, Auction, the list goes on and on. Some people like playing the exact same settings every year. Good for them – as long as they enjoy it there is nothing wrong…

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Four Late Round Quarterback Value Picks

By Mike Braude

With NFL teams passing more than ever, fantasy owners are justifiably waiting longer to draft quarterbacks. There are plenty of options – even if you wait to draft your quarterback outside of the first 100 picks. Here are some value picks for those who wait to draft a quarterback.

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Sammy Watkins: Bonafide Superstar

By Asher Molk

Sammy Watkins is not the name you may think of when you think of league-winning wide receiver. According to MyFantasyLeague ADP, Sammy Watkins, the 2015 WR20, is going in the early 3rd round as the 17th wide receiver off the board. But I’m here to tell you that’s insane because Sammy Watkins is historically efficient…

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