Compared to other Fantasy Football positions, the 2016 Fantasy Defense Rankings have much less continuity than the other Fantasy positions. Looking at the Fantasy quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends, you might spot a sleeper that creeped up 20 spots from last year’s rankings, like Blake Bortles or Gary Barnidge.
My former co-worker, Eric Mack, and I are back at it again, with our “Fantasy Fatcast” podcast! We plan to do two podcasts a week going forward, and we kicked things off this week reviewing the rookies, breakouts and busts from the 2015 Fantasy Football season.
Every season a number of rookie running backs make a significant impact on their respective teams and fantasy teams alike. Last season featured the emergence of Todd Gurley and David Johnson as superstars. Others such as Thomas Rawls, Jeremy Langford, Matt Jones, and Jay Ajayi all showed cased their abilities, and all will enter this season as presumptive featured backs.
This week, we start our big Fantasy breakout series, looking at the players we expect to post better Fantasy production than their current ADP might indicate. I recently wrote an article over at SoCalledFantasyExperts.com, pointing out when you should look for breakout Fantasy Football players from which positions.
It might seem rather early to be pinning down your Fantasy Football teams for next season. But after some big roster changes across the board, you’re sure to have some big decisions to make before September. If you’re a Seattle Seahawks fan, then one of those could be who replaces Marshawn Lynch on your team.