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#1 09-09-2017 09:28:55

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Fantasy football strategy: Here are some undervalued options

In the last of a six-part fantasy football draft http://www.firestormkennel.com/andre-ha … -1_16.html preview series, The Post identifies undervalued draft-day bargains. Next week: Fantasy Insanity moves to Saturday for the regular season.
There are some questions you get asked over and over to the point of annoyance: Are we there yet? Did you do the dishes? Why is there a charge from the adult toy store on your credit card?
You hear them so often, they echo in your mind like the chorus to a Rick Astley song, slowly driving you mad. Come fantasy draft season, there is a question that serves as the constant background noise throughout the weeks leading up to the season’s kickoff: Who are your sleepers?
Sleepers used to be those players available deep in drafts who others weren’t familiar with or had forgotten. Now, fantasy advice and information available in abundance from online to radio and TV to your uncle’s weekly Facebook status update. Every player is someone’s sleeper, making no player a true sleeper.
It is an outdated moniker the Madman no longer embraces. Instead, we prefer “undervalued.” These are the high-upside guys who could make a splash and cost virtually nothing in draft capital. Same principle, but without insinuation of exclusivity.
Let’s start with running backs. …
Now that we’re done there …
Wait, we didn’t mention anyone, you say? Well, that’s because RBs are in such limited supply, the undervalued guys get eaten up quickly. All you’re left with a backups dependent primarily on an injury to the starter, and forecasting injuries makes http://www.newjersey1861.com/shane-vere … -1_31.html predicting the weather look like a sunny proposition. Nope, we skip right to wide receivers.
Curtis Samuel is a receiver by name, but owns a skillset similar to running back and fellow Panthers rookie Christian McCaffrey, though Samuel gets none of the love. Samuel has an immediate role to fill after the offseason departure of Ted Ginn. McCaffrey’s role, for fantasy purposes, requires either an injury to starter Jonathan Stewart or a dramatic new shift in an offense that hasn’t utilized RBs heavily in the passing game. McCaffrey is being overvalued, but Samuel quite the opposite. A late-round flyer in leagues of 12 or more teams is not a bad idea.

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