Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings for the 2018 NFL Season. Full PPR, projections by Fantasy Football Philosophy’s own Moon Man. Follow on Twitter @FFPmoonman
Thumbs Down on Fantasy Football Friends trying to capture lightning in a bottle. The 2017 running back draft class crushed it. Their output is unlikely to re-occur in 2018. Fantasy Football @FFPmoonman
Tyreek Hill is going as high as round 2 and I’m finding him available in round 3 often. Hill should see close to 100+ targets in 2018. He relied on the big play often in his previous two seasons. Fantasy Football Projections. @FFPmoonman
Carson Wentz, Deshaun Watson and Andrew Luck are healthy. Fantasy Football owners will find risk with Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Patrick Mahomes ranked 10th overall. The quarterback position is deep.
Rob Gronkowski, Zach Ertz and Travis Kelce sit atop the Fantasy Football Tight End Rankings. New season and new questions surrounding Evan Engram and the Giants gamescipt in 2018, Aaron Rodgers featuring Jimmy Graham, Jordan Reed’s health and Trey Burton’s upside with playing share in 2018.
Allen is a candidate to lead the league in receptions, produce double digit touchdowns and finish in the top 10 for total receiving yards. Keenan Allen in 2017 went for 159 targets, 102 receptions, 1,393 yards and 6 touchdowns.
Keenan Allen in 2017 went for 159 targets, 102 receptions, 1,393 yards and 6 touchdowns. The Phillip Rivers stack should be there again in 2018. 100+ receptions on 150+ targets is enticing!
Unless, Carlos Hyde or Nick Chubb drop to me in my ppr leagues. I won’t be drafting either and Duke Johnson is further down my rankings. Their value at the moment will come in DFS and be a game of who “ya got this week?” Im liking Carlos Hyde’s pass catching abilities if I had to pick one.
“Fantasy Football Player Combinations” in league play or “Stacks in Daily Fantasy Sports” are a great way to win. In league play, you need to forecast in August which combinations present the best opportunity for consistent points week in and week out. Obviously for DFS, stacks are adjusted accordingly per week.
Health, Consistency and Upside are 3 factors I’m focusing on with my Running Back Rankings. Touchdown potential, touches and targets in Fantasy Football are money in the bank. At the end of the day they position us for a chance to succeed and provide the opportunities for Fantasy points. The data is deep and calculated risk should be made. Every football season brings us what ifs and surprises. Draft a foundation, stay true to your draft board rankings, while adapting and taking the risk your analysis suggest.
Three second year running backs crack the Top 20 Fantasy Football Rankings. The 2018 receptions leader finds his ranking and Mark Ingram finds himself still relevant after he serves his 4 game NFL suspension. @FFPmoonman PPR Rankings
Todd Gurley heads the list on Moon Man’s latest Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings. PPR leagues have it easy in 2018. The NFL is stacked at the running back position once again. There is a real possibility that I go running back in the 1st three rounds this year. In hopes of landing at least two rb #1s on my roster. The major concerns I see are with who to pick at number 3 on. Check out these rankings and other articles on my www.ffphilosophy.com website. All year long, Fantasy Football talk!
The 1st game on the slate is Thursday Night’s Atlanta Falcons at The Philadelphia Eagles. A rematch of the 2017 NFC Divisional Championship matchup. Im expecting big things from the Atlanta Falcons in 2018. They are actually my early Superbowl favorite. @ffpmoonman Daily Fantasy Sports
He opens the season home to Buffalo, at Cincy, home to Denver and at Pittsburgh. Alex Collins should be a fair cost in Daily Fantasy Sports with 20+ touch potential. @ffpmoonman, Fantasy Football.
Running Back #1 is back in 2018! Fantasy Football running backs are deep this year. Lets look at the rookies, busts from 2017 and figure out who is worth drafting in leagues. It starts with fading Odell Beckham Jr. in round 1 of your drafts. @ffpmoonman
The comments by Josh Allen in this article are racist. But in what context? To understand the context. We must first define racism for this topic. Racism is ever evolving as do humans. While every country in the world presents it’s own unique forms of racism. For the sake of this article. Lets focus on the “United States of America” racism. Perhaps the most confusing form of all.