Atlanta Falcons Team Outlook
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Falcons Offense Outlook
Atlanta finished as a top passing team in 2018, but their run game didn’t come along for the ride. They ran the only 36.3 percent of the time with plenty of passing yards and passing TDs. Their additions to the offensive line should bold well for more growth in this offense in 2019.… Continue reading ...
Dr. Roto’s Important Training Camp Questions
Atlanta Falcons Training Camp Questions
These Atlanta Falcons training camp questions will give us a better idea about what to expect and that way we can make better Fantasy decisions. Therefore, during the summer months, which include OTAs, practices, meetings and of course, training camp, because we need to be able to accurately decipher coach speak which too often heaps praise on every player instead of offering any meaningful Fantasy tidbits.
QB Matt Ryan — Which Matt Ryan will appear in 2019 — the one from 2016/2018 or the one from 2017?
RB1 Devonta Freeman — Is Freeman healthy enough to be a full-time Fantasy producer?… Continue reading ...
More than ever, most people wait on drafting quarterbacks. It might not be the case in home leagues, but in the Fantasy Football World Championships, drafters wait to draft quarterbacks. Since the FFWC drafts are 20 rounds, it makes sense to draft a second quarterback. In leagues with 16 rounds, I don’t think it’s necessary. The quarterback position is deeper than ever and there are a few veteran and young quarterbacks going late that are solid targets as a backup quarterback.
5 Quarterbacks to Target Late
Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
The setup isn’t much better for the young QB, who started one game last season. He has a running back in Kareem Hunt that led the league in rushing last season, an elite tight end in Travis Kelce, an explosive receiver in Tyreek Hill and Sammy Watkins, who has a big ceiling.… Continue reading ...