(1/12/17) Jordan Howard had an awesome rookie season in 2016… on essentially 13 starter-type outings, Howard produced 252 carries for 1,313 rushing yards (5.2) and 6TDs, to go along with 29 receptions for 298 yards and 1TD. That’s a darn good season for a guy that essentially didn’t…
I posted a Jordy Nelson write-up on the Fantasy Stock Market earlier in the week, but I think it’s important to remind everyone how critical it is to buy-low on some of these final remaining undervalued studs, because their values will rebound soon and those that don’t act will miss out! I have a feeling Nelson is going to go nuts in Week 8, and you can read more about it on the Stock Market (if you haven’t already.
(10/22/16) We have only a handful of HUGE buy-low players left heading into the remainder of the season. Of course, there are always buy-low opportunities in fantasy football, from Weeks 1-16. However, I’m talking about HUGE buy-low targets, like…
(10/19/16) The Packers traded for Chiefs RB Knile Davis on Tuesday and then news later in the afternoon suggested that Eddie Lacy will likely miss multiple weeks with his ankle. Ty Montgomery, who has experience at RB from college, could get more carries in Week 7 than anyone expects, and so could Cobb, but I’ve always
(10/18/16) The buy-low candidates have been pretty on the money so far this year, as we begged SleeperU owners to buy-low on Amari Cooper below during his string of mediocre outings (and people have short memories, there were forum topics where people were feeling he was bust-bound). We begged fantasy owners to buy-low on Devonta Freeman weeks ago, and last week we screamed
(10/12/16) In fantasy football, the key to winning down the stretch is staying ahead of the curve. Of course, avoiding injury is huge, something that requires a mix of both skill and luck. However, predicting injury, or shall I say ‘anticipating’ injury, can also be a big skill in fantasy football. I love DeMarco Murray, and I went as far as to make DeMarco Murray/Derrick Henry one of my Top 10 Bold Predictions for 2016, but…
Looking for Buy-Low Players heading into Week 6 of the 2016 fantasy football season? Our Fantasy Stock Market has you covered!
(10/10/16) Odell Beckham is one of the best buy-low candidates heading into Week 6. Just like we beat into the ground last week (and the week before, and the week before) that Amari Cooper was bound to bust loose, I have little doubt, if any, that Odell Beckham will be a top 1-4 fantasy WR moving forward. Now, you can’t buy him dirt cheap, but it appears some are considering him outside the top 12 overall moving forward, which screams opportunity. With only 1TD so far this year, coming this past week, it’s time to attack (in both redraft and dynasty). I will even suggest that ODB pulls in 10-12 touchdowns this year, and that’s with him only having 1TD through 5 weeks, which means I have him scoring over 1.0 TDs per game moving forward.
(10/5/16) DeAndre Washington is now set to start Week 5, as Latavius Murray (toe) is very questionable to play Week 5. Washington is not only a must-own right now, he very well might be the future in Oakland. The cons: He has never carried the ball more than 7 times in one game this year, which is his rookie year, but his yards-per-carry average is 6.4. In Week 4, he rushed the ball 5 times for 3 yards and pulled in 3 passes for 16, which is a great sign that he can funtion as a three-down back if called upon. I think the Raiders want someone to rise in this offense to help keep the passing game going strong, as teams will look to make the Raiders run the football in the coming weeks. And, I think they will successfully behind Washington, who stands 5-8, 204 pounds. Each year a player rises from low-type value and becomes a beast… I believe it could very well be one of DeAndre Washington, Wendell Smallwood or Jordan Howard!
(9/29/16) Folks, he is going to get talked about on this Stock Market feature weekly until he bounces back, just like you kept seeing Devonta Freeman listed here over and over until he finally had his bounce-back outing last week (200 total yards and 1TD). Same thing here. AROB stock will rebound, as the guy is a top 4-7WR moving forward (in dynasty and redraft). Buy low! Some fantasy owners just don’t trade, so you can’t always land players like this, but if he is sitting on a team where that owner is losing and is willing to make deals each year, strike before he goes the way of Devonta Freeman and bounces back!