Have you ever tried scouring the many Fantasy Football sites out there to gain an edge on your competition, only to be overwhelmed with the amount of content (both good and bad)?
Well, every week, we will be providing a list of hot articles that can help you with your draft prep.
Playing the waiver wire and roster management is critical for Fantasy success, but everything starts with a great draft.
Today, we wanted to share some of the best advice around the web about preparing for 2017 Fantasy Football drafts.
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From podcasts to articles, we have everything you need to help make you a better Fantasy Football player in 2017.
2017 Fantasy Football Articles
In this podcast, Joe Bond and A.J. Applegarth talk with Sean Koerner of Stats.com to discuss the quarterback position. Over the past two years, Sean has been one of the most accurate Fantasy Football experts on FantasyPros. You’ll want to hear what he has to say.
Gridiron Experts: 3 Undervalued Fantasy Quarterbacks For 2017
Speaking of quarterbacks, GridIron Experts takes a look at three undervalued signal callers for the 2017 season. You can find out who made the list, right here.
DavidGonos.com: Top 75 2017 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings
Gonos went deep with this one and provided rankings for more than 70 receivers. To provide even more value for Fantasy players, he shared a synopsis of three wide receivers who are undervalued. To see the rankings and the three receivers Gonos has his eye on, click here.
FantasySixPack.net: 2017 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Busts: Stay Away
Up until this point, I’ve spent time sharing resources to find undervalued players. However, you also need to know who to avoid. These are the wide receiver busts you must stay away from.
WeTalkFantasySports.com: Who Should You Take With The 1st Overall Pick?
This is an interesting question. David Johnson had a monster 2016 campaign, and he wants 30 touches per game. But will he wear down with such a huge workload? LeVeon Bell is unstoppable when he’s on the field, but he hasn’t played in a 16-game season since 2014. Ezekiel Elliott was also in the mix as the first pick in some drafts, but a potential suspension is scaring Fantasy players away. If you have the first pick in your draft this year, here’s what you need to know.
FantasyKnuckleheads.com: Making Sense of Points Per First Down Fantasy Scoring
For stat junkies, Kurt Turner does a great job of breaking down points per first down in Fantasy scoring.
DynastyFootballFactory.com: Andy Dalton Is A Fantasy Buy At His Current Cost
Most Fantasy players are avoiding Andy Dalton because of his underwhelming performances last season. However, there are a few reasons why the 29-year old quarterback should be on your radar.
RotoExperts.com: 2017 Fantasy Football Rankings
To find out where Jake Ciely is ranking players like Tyrod Taylor and Eddie Lacy, click right here.
Finally, make sure to check out this take on Roger Goodell and the potential suspension on Ezekiel Elliott in the video below. You won’t want to miss it!
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