Micah Parsons came out of Harrisburg High School in 2018 as one of the most highly recruited and talented players in the entire country. Rated fifth overall nationally in the class, and 64th all-time at any position by 247sports.com, Parsons ticks every skill box a linebacker would need to succeed at the college level as well as the NFL.
Amidst a total sports shutdown, bettors everywhere are embracing whatever they can get their hands on to keep them entertained during these times. Fortunately, the NFL’s offseason has whetted many sports fans’ appetites. Meanwhile, the NFL Draft is still slated to proceed as planned on April 23; not only is it a blast to see the culmination of these young men’s journeys, but it’s an exciting opportunity to place some fun prop bets as well.
Not that I planned it this way, but we might as well start at the beginning. In what was the 2012 fantasy championships for most leagues, a rookie Kuechly served his owners well against the Raiders. Kuechly notched nine solo tackles, four assisted tackles, a tackle for loss, two passes defended, and the interception below off of Matt Leinart. That interception could be what won the Panthers the game as well. It led to a Carolina touchdown before halftime, in a game that ended 17-6.
Higbee is the poster child for this article. In the first eight weeks, he played in seven games, recording just 18 receptions on 23 targets for 170 yards and a touchdown. This made him utterly irrelevant in fantasy. However, over the final eight games, Higbee totaled 51 receptions on 66 targets for 564 yards and two touchdowns. He averaged 11.7 points in half PPR scoring over that stretch, good for sixth-best among all tight ends. Let’s get some more context. Over a full season, Higbee’s second-half pace was 102 receptions, 1128 yards, and four touchdowns. These numbers project him as a dominant TE1.
Braelen Evans – Interview Western Oregon Wolves #2 Cornerback Twitter: https://twitter.com/BraelenEvans Played at Hebron High School in Carrollton, TX Played for Montana State from 2014-2018 2019 transfer to Western Oregon Played 11 games for Wolves, registering 36 tackles, 29 solos, 1 for a loss, two interceptions, and eight pass breakups This week on …
Well, if you have made it to this week and still playing, a huge congratulations to you. This is the championship game week for almost all leagues. Hopefully, my suggestions have steered you in the right direction and improved your IDP portfolios. This week is for all the marbles, so let’s take a look at your stocks and see which net assets are worth keeping or buying and which ones need to be liquidated. But more importantly, let’s see which stocks are championship-worthy. I wish everyone the best of luck to you with your quest for the championship!
Welcome back to my streamers column. For each position, I will give two streamers that are under 40% owned. These ownership percentages come from ESPN at the time of writing, typically Sunday night or Monday morning. I’ll start with quarterback, followed by tight end, then D/ST. In both sections, the player listed first is my preferred stream, and the second option is a backup if the first player is not available. At this point, we are in the final week of the season, which changes the strategy even more.
I’ll be looking at three player props that I think have a strong chance of paying out. This article will run the gamut and will include bets such as ‘passing yard totals,’ ‘first player to score,’ and even ‘total tackles’ for those who love defense. Betting lines were provided by DraftKings Sportsbook. Deposit $20 into DraftKings today and receive not only a FREE DFF Membership but also $10 in extra DraftKings credit! It’s a no brainer!
Every week this article identifies and breaks down a variety of players to consider in your DraftKings tournament lineups. While some of the plays may be on the safer side, I also include a number of high risk-high reward options as well. In GPPs, the goal is always to figure out how to differentiate your lineup just enough to get away from the field and give yourself a chance at a big payday. Remember, more often than not there’s no need to get super-weird and roster an entire lineup of off-the-board plays, but rather to build a lineup with upside and then identify a low-owned player or two that has a chance to go off and jump you to the top of a large-field GPP.
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With most competitive redraft fantasy leagues ending next week, this week our “In the Scope” targets will be back-end players who should still be out there available for nothing, that you could play in Week 16 – whether you’re vying for a title or just trying not to get last.Also, as this will be our final “In the Scope” column of the season, I’d like to introduce the 2019 “All-In the Scope Team.” This is a roster filled entirely with players we have mentioned in this column before they were priority adds.
Welcome back to part one of my weekly publications, my weekly picks against the spread! For these articles, I will provide analysis on three bets that I feel have the best chance at netting you a nice payday. Whether it be due to matchups, injuries, or other factors, these are the three bets I feel the most confident in placing.
Tannehill is a must-play in week 15. He put up another strong performance in Week 14 against the Raiders, scoring 27.5 points in four-point touchdown scoring. He went 21/27 passing for 391 yards and three passing touchdowns. The Texans just gave up 309 passing yards and three touchdowns to Drew Lock in Week 14, making them a prime matchup for Tannehill.
In this article, we are going to look at a few players that you should stash on your rosters now and enjoy the rewards as early as next season. We’ll discuss what type of leagues the players are best suited for and what to expect from them going forward. Let’s jump right into this list and help get your fantasy team’s future set.