Ok, everyone… this is it, my Number One Bold Prediction and Strategy for the Entire 2017 Fantasy Football Season. I have a few gut instinct predictions already on the Bold Predictions list for 2017, aka the Upside Board. However, out of all the advice and strategies I have so far for the 2017 fantasy football season, this is the big one, the one that I feel can win leagues in 2017.
Ok, folks, I have just added one more 2017 Bold Prediction… it’s a RB, a runner that could easily crank out top 3-5RB numbers in 2017. I know, some of you will say, this isn’t bold. Read the write-up, as it explains that even bigger name players can get overlooked enough to help you win a league. Get some! Enjoy!
It’s amazing what can change in one single fantasy football season. Below is just one way to explain the craziness that was the 2016 fantasy football season.
Don’t miss out on landing the next Melvin Gordon, something we predicted this past off-season!
“I picked Melvin Gordon from your advice. Nice job!”
(… speaking to the below Bold Prediction for 2016:
8. Melvin Gordon will be a top 6-10RB in 2016!
(9/1/16) He was on my Bold Predictions list last year, yet he failed to deliver. He looks the part this time around, though, and I envision a HUGE season out of the guy I liked near as much as any rookie to ever come out of college. Do some damage, young Gordon! Read more on him below.
I’ve talked about grabbing this duo in several of the last SleeperU Articles, and the duo RB crew is now on the Bold Predictions List.
Note: The players just added are a handcuff duo found as the most recently-added “Deep Sleepers” dated 8/30/16.
You know, I love it when someone says that a big-name player cannot be a sleeper. It’s all how you define the term, and I consider a sleeper any player that the general fantasy football population is overlooking. It really is that simple. The quarterback that I just added is being overlooked on an insane level… he could be one of the bigger steals in all of 2016.
Note: The player just added is the first name in the “Middle-Round Sleepers” section.