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HIGH-STAKES DRAFT BOARDS

Whether you play in the World, National or Players Championships, your membership entitles you to take a sneak peek at current high-stakes fantasy football draft boards from around the industry that completed August 6, 2022. Here are three recent high-stakes […]

Whether you play in the World, National or Players Championships, your membership entitles you to take a sneak peek at current high-stakes fantasy football draft boards from around the industry that completed August 6, 2022. Here are three recent high-stakes draft boards, once from each of the big contests.

FFWC – 1 PPR – 1-2-3-1-1-1 and 2 flex (rb-wr-te) Traditional Serpentine draft. Wide receivers go much faster in this format because you have to start at least 3 every week up to an optional five. Quarterbacks at 4 points per passing touchdown are typically pushed down the draft boards. (Only 4 selected through 9 rounds)

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Fantasy Football Late-Round RB Sleepers

Running backs remain the most important players in a fantasy football lineup. Targeting fantasy football late-round RB sleepers is an excellent strategy for attacking that all-important depth. Along with identifying 2022’s deep sleepers and fantasy football breakouts, loading up on […]

Running backs remain the most important players in a fantasy football lineup. Targeting fantasy football late-round RB sleepers is an excellent strategy for attacking that all-important depth.

Along with identifying 2022’s deep sleepers and fantasy football breakouts, loading up on late-round RB sleepers can make all the difference between drafting a contender and a championship-winning roster.

Using FFWC high-stakes ADP, here are the late-round RB sleepers to draft in 2022.

 

Rhamondre Stevenson (New England Patriots) ADP 94 (RB36) – Subscribing to the caveat of never trusting Bill Belichick, Rhamondre Stevenson has been one of the camp standouts. The sophomore running back has been taking first-team reps and has stood out as a receiver. Meanwhile, James White has no timetable for a return, freeing up those valuable targets for Stevenson. NBC’s Peter King thinks Stevenson will wrestle away RB1 duties from Damien Harris by mid-season. Harris is in the final year of his rookie deal and Belichick isn’t one to pay lucrative extensions when he has a cheaper replacement in-house. In the seven games last season that Stevenson got double-digit carries, he averaged 12.3 PPR points per game. Stevenson’s ADP is already on the rise but he’s still a solid value in the 9th round.

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Fantasy Football Late-Round WR Sleepers

August has finally arrived and that means it’s fantasy football draft time. One of the most important strategies for success is to target those fantasy football late-round WR sleepers. Along with identifying 2022’s deep sleepers and fantasy football breakouts, loading […]

August has finally arrived and that means it’s fantasy football draft time. One of the most important strategies for success is to target those fantasy football late-round WR sleepers. Along with identifying 2022’s deep sleepers and fantasy football breakouts, loading up on late-round WR sleepers can make all the difference between drafting a contender and a championship-winning roster. Using FFWC high-stakes ADP, here are the late-round WR sleepers to draft in 2022.

WR Skyy Moore (Kansas City Chiefs) ADP 91.2 (WR48) – The only concern for Moore coming out of Western Michigan was the level of competition. Moore was PFF’s No. 4-graded wideout in 2021 and led all receivers in missed tackles forced. So far, we’ve seen that transition over nicely into the pros. The second-round rookie has been turning heads and meshing well with QB Patrick Mahomes.

With Tyreek Hill now in Miami, the door is open for Moore to earn a substantial role right away in Kansas City. Indications are he may be doing just that. Moore’s inside/outside flexibility and run-after-catch ability make him an intriguing fantasy prospect in the 9th or 10th round.

Jalen Tolbert (Dallas Cowboys) ADP 108.3 (WR52) – Another Day Two rookie pass-catcher, Tolbert should have a clear path to a starting role right away in a Dallas offense that finished No. 1 in 2021. Michael Gallup has already stated he will not be ready when the season opens. Now, Tolbert’s main competition, James Washington, was just carted off the field with an apparent ankle/foot injury.

QB Dak Prescott supported a pair of top-27 PPR wide receivers last season, CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper. Now that Cooper resides in Cleveland, the door is open for Tolbert to command 80-plus targets in Year One. That makes him very undervalued at his current draft position.

D.J. Chark (Detroit Lions) ADP 130.4 (WR62) – Chark missed most of last season with an ankle injury. The good news there is…

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