With Matt Forte gone, opportunity is knocking -- giving Jeremy Langford a high ceiling as we roll into 2016 fantasy action.
Draft season is upon us and we are all looking for an edge when it comes to our drafts. Many of us are doing mock drafts, listening to podcasts and researching players to get a leg up in our drafts. For many of you this is your favorite part of the fantasy season and Avery Jones is here to offer a few tips on how to win the draft, and get a leg up on the competition.
On the heels of Le'Veon Bell's reduced suspension from four games to three games, Avery Jones takes a look at the big-name suspended players and where to draft them this year and gain a fantasy edge.
There are many drafters out there who like to draft on the end -- Avery Jones is one of those drafters. Avery weighs in with why the 12th spot is a sweet spot in the draft and who he would lock in to start constructing a 2016 championship team.
Older players -- you can find some value there. Avery Jones continues our "don't be an ageist" series identifying three more 2016 targets.
The 3rd year of an NFL career is crucial. A make or break season that can result in either a large contract, or the end of your NFL career. In this article we look at three guys who could be in for a big payday at the end of the 2016 season, and could help you win your league in 2016.
With Tom Brady presumed out for the first four weeks, astute fantasy GMs can get Brady as a potential steal in drafts (Brady's ADP is in the 6th round) and then pair him up with a 2nd quarterback on the cheap -- Avery Jones has the three to consider in your strat plan.