Everyone wants to win their Fantasy Football league. In order to do that, you have to have better players on your team than your opponents.
Sounds simple, right? But for everyone who drafted Devonta Freeman last year, just as many people drafted C.J. Spiller, Joique Bell, Alfred Blue, and Bishop Sankey.
Playing the waiver wire is important, but everything starts with a good draft. And drafting players like Freeman in the later rounds will help you reach the playoffs.
But how exactly do you know who is worth drafting and who isn't in the later rounds? How can you find the players like Brandon Marshall, Devonta Freeman, and David Johnson who were drafted in the later rounds in 2015, but become some of the best Fantasy options in the league?
In this course, I want to help you find the right opportunities in the middle and later rounds to help you dominate you league. I want you to be able to evaluate situations and find players who can provide you with maximum gains.
In this course, I will provide one quarterback, 11 wide receivers, 14 running backs, and five tight ends to target.
This course is for every skill level, but I do not review how to play Fantasy Football if you have never played before. I want my list of players to help guide you in your drafts. But more importantly, I want you to be able to take what you've learned from the class to help you form your own evaluations of who is worth drafting and who isn't worth drafting.
This course contains two hours worth of video, as well as web articles I've previously written. Most of the course is broken down by individual players.
In this video, I discuss how to find a quarterback with maximum upside that you can draft in the middle and later rounds of your draft. I also review how you could have identified Cam Newton as a maximum value last season.
In this video, I discuss why Andy Dalton was a maximum value heading into the 2015 Fantasy Football season and how you could have spotted it. Also make sure to check out the External resources to see the article I wrote about Dalton being undervalued before the season began.
In this video, I will discuss the one quarterback you want to target in 2016 for the most gains.
In this video, we continue looking at why you want to target this quarterback in 2016 for the most gains.
In this video I will discuss what you look for when trying to get maximum gains at the running back position. I will also share the first running back you want to target.
The running back I discuss in the second video how a down year last year, but I review why he's worth targeting in 2016.
The third running back I discuss had a better year than most people realize. And he had a surprising stat from 2015 that could mean he is in for big things in 2016.
For the fourth running back, we are looking at a player who should have a big workload and less completion than he had in 2014.
This running back is in a crowded backfield, but if he is used like he was at the end of last season, he will have a great 2016 campaign. Even if he doesn't provide you value for the entire year, he should at least help your team at the beginning of the season.
In this video, I discuss a pairing strategy and some of the backup running backs you want to target.
In this video, I discuss what we are looking for at the wide receiver position to spot maximum gains. I also share the first wide receiver you want to target.
This receiver was injured at the start of least season, but he came on strong towards the end of the year. He's in one of the best offenses in the NFL.
Some Fantasy players think this wide receiver is injury prone, but they are missing the bigger picture. He's an absolute steal at where he is being drafted.
In this video, I talk about wide receivers who could have a more relevant role if an injury occurs. You don't want to rely too heavily on these players, but they could produce maximum gains for your team.
For the final series, I discuss what you should look for in spotting maximum tight end gains. I also shared the first tight end to target.
This tight end is consistent, and he has a very safe floor. If he doesn't provide you with maximum gains, he's still reliable as a starter and much more consistent than most other players at the position.
This third tight end has improved his stats every season and is being undervalued.
This is the conclusion to the class.
The conclusion to the course. I provide a basic review and give you my contact information if you want to ask me any questions during the season or before your draft.
My name is Jack Delaney, and I have been playing Fantasy Football since 2005. In 2014, I started playing high stakes Fantasy Football. I finished as a top-40 finisher in Scout's 2014 Online Championship, I was a top-50 finisher in SCOUT's 2015 Mock Draft Championship, I won my first MFL10 in 2015, and I finished first in FantasyPros quarterback draft accuracy rankings. I created my website, Your Fantasy Football Coach, in 2013. I filter through noise to help bring Fantasy players the most important information to focus on to help them win their leagues.