2017 PSDG: Handcuffing 2017: Links to Success (Preview)
John Cooney - 6/28/2017
Winning consistently in fantasy football comes from creating and following a sound philosophy, then altering the process annually to stay a step ahead of the competition. The game, on the actual field of play and in the virtual one, is ever-evolving and position values change every couple of seasons. In the past, a fantasy GM targeted and locked up that "stud" running back, a feature back with any first draft selection. Running backs ruled the first two rounds of practically any fantasy draft. With the influx of offensive playbook planners utilizing spread, pistol, zone, no-huddle and other exotic and creative offensive concepts, the traditional workhorse ball carrier has mostly faded from the gridiron scene, replaced by the quick and shifty darter and pass-catcher. At wide receiver, depth and diversity has also expanded greatly by the move to dynamic aerial assault packages installed by NFL offensive coaches. As has...
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