If you’re one of the fortunate fantasy football owners to have Todd Gurley or Kareem Hunt (or both – can you imagine?), you’re probably still playing and are hoping for one more week of pure domination from them.
Most fantasy teams that are still alive in the playoffs have a solid of roster wide receivers that put them in the final four of their leagues. But what if one of those wideouts’ points has been dwindling lately? Which will be affected by quarterback changes?
For most fantasy football leagues, this is semifinals week. And if you’re fortunate enough to still be playing, this isn’t the time to get cute. You need to start your studs. You need to play the guys that brought you to the dance.
A lot of success in fantasy football comes down to volume. Even if the players aren't producing, but their touches and targets are still consistent, then they should continue to maintain starting consideration.
In the final week of the fantasy football regular season for most leagues, many fantasy owners have two options: Stick with the proven veteran who seems to be struggling lately or focus on the matchup and not the name, be it for a rookie or other breakout candidate.