Ranking Fantasy Football’s Running Backs for the upcoming 2019 season. Read up and try not to get too hype on any single off season newspiece. Research not only statistics, enjoy the grind, think of outside the box correlations and potential future outcomes.
N.C. State superstar Bradley Chubb falls outside the Top 5, the Arizona Cardinals move up into the Top 5, Alabama stars lead the pack in Round 1, Lamar Jackson finds himself with an NFL coach who is offensive minded, Jaire Alexander continues to climb the draft board, while Minkah Fitzpatrick and Quenton Nelson drop outside the Top 10. The Atlanta Falcons add another athlete to their young defense and running back Ronald Jones II finds himself drafted on Day 1.
April is here and the 2018 NFL Draft is 27 days away. With every draft comes Fantasy Football implications thereafter. Moon Man’s 2.0 version will effect fantasy football leagues immediately. Do Fantasy Friends draft Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen, Baker Mayfield or Lamar Jackson and leave them on the bench? Using a roster spot and waiting for that fortunate injury in the fantasy world or average starter to be benched. There is certainly a fair amount of average starters in the NFL and the backups await their opportunity.
Moon Man’s first Mock Draft for the 2018 NFL Draft is here. 5 quarterbacks going in round 1, two running backs and two trades both involving qbs. Baker Mayfield falls fast and is drafted by a team that causes controversy before the season even starts. Also, Eight defensive backs go off the board and wide receiver Christian Kirk finds himself going going to a Super Bowl contender late.