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The first two weeks of the NFL season is proof once again why drafting quarterbacks early in the fantasy football draft is not a wise decision.
The overreactions in the first few weeks of the college football season shouldn't be surprising. Every week offers a different perspective, and everyone forgets about everything that happened in previous weeks in place of the most recent result.
The first few weeks of the NFL season are difficult to navigate. The teams we pick as favorites may not actually be that good. It takes a few weeks to truly understand how good a team can be in 2018.
Thank goodness Aaron Rodgers came back from the week 1 grave. If not, my Survivor Pool, like those who gambled on the New Orleans Saints, would be over.
Maybe I've been wrong all along on Tyreek Hill. I haven't been a big fan of drafting him in fantasy football drafts based on his targets and quarterback play holding back his opportunities at touchdowns.
Week 1 offered plenty to see in the NFL season, including the always dreaded injuries. And those injuries have the possibility of derailing fantasy football rosters.
Not that Le'Veon Bell will likely ever be considered a source for a start 'em, sit 'em guide thanks to being a top-three fantasy football running back every year, but if Bell is on your roster, you better be worried.
The wait is finally over. No more drafts or prognostications. Now it's officially time to find out who will be fantasy football studs and busts.
College football's week 1 slate is never difficult to find big favorites. There are some big-time games, but those are dwarfed with the amount of heavy favorite versus major underdog.
If you're still with me, we've slogged through rounds 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, hoping for some answers to the running back value blues.
There's not much time remaining before the fantasy baseball season concludes, so if you're still battling for a playoff spot, make sure to grab multiple two-start pitchers off the waiver wire.
The time-honored tradition of picking up backup running backs will once again be a regular occurrence in the 2018 fantasy football draft.
There are gems hidden in the fantasy football draft. You just have to find them, and in several cases, they're hiding in the deep sleeper category.
For how much I disliked the second round average draft positions, I am much more optimistic for the third round in the fantasy football draft.
The Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest weekend will once again bring in a major amount of handicappers next weekend from around the nation to participate in the SuperContest, which tasks bettors to make five weekly NFL picks against the spread for a chance at more than $1 million.
I'm going to sound like I'm talking out of both sides of my mouth this year, but for the first time in recent memory, I'm a bit torn on how I will proceed with my strategy.
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