The Fantasy Authority Fantasy Football Podcast Episode 41, May 3, 2016.
With the NFL Draft now in the rear view mirror, we get an early jump on what kind of rookie fantasy impact we should expect in the 2016 NFL season. Who ended up in the best position to succeed? How about the worst position? Which guys look like they’re in bad position’s but actually could surprise us? We even take an early look at some deep sleepers and stash options for your fantasy redraft leagues.
Also in this episode…
- Ezekiel Elliot’s draft value is way too high right now, and is poised to get worse.
- Anthony like’s Josh Doctson to be this classes top performing receiver this year.
- Kevin and Jeff like new Cleveland Brown’s receiver Corey Coleman to top the charts.
- Tyler Boyd lands in a dream scenario with Cincinnati.
- Find out why Kevin has New York Giants WR Sterling Shepard listed #2 on his rookie positional rankings.
- A comparison of this WR draft class to years past.
- Laquon Treadwell, love him or hate him with the Minnesota Vikings?
- The Tennessee Titans drafting Derrick Henry has Kevin worried about his early value.
- Anthony breaks down how Leonte Carroo fits in the Miami Dolphins offense.
- Will Kansas City Chiefs 4th round WR Demarcus Robinson hold any value this year?
- Jeff takes a look at the Seahawks RB situation after they drafted three RB’s in the 2016 NFL Draft.
- Why you should keep an eye on Seattle Seahawks RB CJ Prosis, New York Giants RB Paul Perkins and Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard.
Who do you think has the biggest rookie fantasy impact?
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