The Fantasy Authority Fantasy Football Podcast Episode 53, July 20, 2016.
On this week’s show we welcome thefantasyauthority.com contributor Alexis Chassen to the show to talk Zero WR Theory, also known as the Robust RB strategy. This strategy has been commonly used across fantasy football drafts for years, only recently acquiring an actual name with the emergence of the Zero RB Theory. Kevin, Jeff, Anthony and Alexis break down what the strategy entails, and dive head first into some tips and tricks for tackling it in your next draft.
Also in this episode…
- Arian Foster signs with the Miami Dolphins. How does this affect Jay Ajayi’s value?
- Is Miami a good landing spot for Foster?
- Von Miller and Mo Wilkerson signed big contracts before the franchise tag deadline.
- Kevin’s surprised by the Wilkerson signing, are they saving up for Ryan Fitzpatrick?
- Karlos Williams out of shape and now suspended. Does he retain any fantasy value?
- Zero WR Theory. What it is, and how to implement it.
- The biggest upside to this strategy is obtaining top notch RB’s to build your team around.
- What draft position should you consider using this strategy in?
- There’s always a downside. Reasons and situations you should avoid the Zero WR Theory.
- Kevin is ok with you picking David Johnson as the top RB off the board.
- Adrian Peterson over Ezekiel Elliott easily right? Maybe not.
- At what point do you pick the strategy that’s right for you?
- The receiver position is deep, target these guys in the later rounds.
- Anthony continues to try and build some hype around Tavon Austin.
- Would you draft Josh Gordon? How long would you hold onto him?
- Kevin thinks passing on Golden Tate for Marvin Jones later on is a much better value.
- Travis Benjamin or Mohammed Sanu, who’s the better late round value?
Want to try out the Zero WR Theory this year?
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