Last week Ezekiel Elliot showed us why fantasy football owners will miss him for the majority of the remaining fantasy schedule IF he is suspended. He showed his ability to run the football, catch the football and tip-toe down the sidelines.
One observation regarding fantasywide receivers as we enter Week 7 – Antonio Brown is really good. He continues to separate himself from his peers thanks to a combination of volume and ability. He’s constantly the No.
In Week 6 of the fantasy football season from the running back position, Le’Veon Bell proved why he was the consensus No. 2 pick in drafts and Adrian Peterson turned back the clock in his Arizona Cardinals debut.
The quarterback position in fantasyfootball got a little more complicated in Week 6. Aaron Rodgers’ injury throws a wrench in every fantasy football league, while Deshaun Watson continues to prove why head coach Bill O’Brien may not have seen preseason practice.
Remember last season when everybody waited on Dak Prescott and he turned out to be a top-tier fantasy quarterback? This is why you should have picked up Deshaun Watson off of the waiver wire earlier this season.
The fantasy football industry gives up on players way too fast. Look at the Los Angeles Rams for instance. Jared Goff was dismissed during his rookie year as a bust. And Todd Gurley was positioned as a late second-round choice in fantasy football based on a down year.