Getting back to Fantasy Football 2019

So if your planning on getting back to playing the most popular sports game online or offline in the world, let’s help set the tone for fantasy football in 2019. Although I cannot confirm this statement as a fact, i would say its definitely the most popular fantasy sports game played in america.

As a 20+ year veteran of fantasy football, and even longer interest in football itself, I start really preparing now. You may have been busy in other things of course throughout your day, working, feeding your children, spending time with them, and with your spouse, taking care of your home, as well as vacationing, and even occasionally having a couple beers from your favorite vendor or brewery when you get spare time.

However when its time to get back to the business of fantasy football, we take priority and pride to the the extend of which we feel necessary in balance of our lives to take the time for preparing to win.

NFL teams are taking part in spring drills voluntary or in voluntary, or just holding out for more.

I don’t want to bore you with those details, at least not yet, but however reflect on what it takes to get back to fantasy football after what may seem to be a long off-season.

Getting back to Fantasy Football

Many people may be looking for season long or fantasy football draft advice at this point in the post draft process and start of mini camps.

However, as you may well know, that over the course of time, these draft picks and players, whether they are actually team draft picks or draft picks that you make before the season starts for your own fantasy team, that basically these picks do not pan out like you thought they would. In other words, you he’s not who you thought he was. 

This will happen every year to guys or gals who have hopes and dreams of obtaining the fantasy football world’s most prized possession. A fantasy trophy. More than any possible cash played for , its the experience, and free feeling of being the best guy or gal in the game. That’s it!

Anyone who see and recognizes talent can bear up under these challenges. Getting back to fantasy football includes getting back to your basic strategies that may have gotten you there in years past, or re-tweaking the ideas and methods that you had for drafting.

One Great Example of preparing your draft strategy.

Time and time again, or every year, we see a few quarterbacks going high in the draft, including the first 2 rounds of a 10 or 12 team draft. While this may be due to necessity, it is not necessary in a standard 1 QB league whether PPR (Point per reception) or Standard (0 points per reception) league. The quarterback, even though you may not be getting the superstar of the decade, Patrick Mahomes, is well worth the wait or weight in gold value.

Another Great Example

This example would be used for those who take on the daily league experience whether that be the popular fanduel or draftkings ect..

fantasy football 2019 super bowl

When entering these contests a lot of people try to get cash by entering %50/50 and or double ups to try to get yourself consistently in cash as well as have money for tournaments that pays for itself. Similar in a way to lineups in most other sports such as baseball and hockey, the stacked scenario works as long as the team you are stacking scores enough points to go around. While this does not always happen, for example the super bowl being one of the lowest scoring of all time, which no one anticipated to happen shows that there are definite exceptions. Being football savvy however, can get you off of certain games and at least get diversity in this sense. I will make this a focal point of our scoring philosophies in all types of fantasy football for 2019. Get game pass to be able to go back and review any games in the nfl from 2018. For more on how to game stack in football review my post, how to game stack 2018.

Given a player has the opportunity to consistently put of big fantasy numbers will help you be ready for fantasy football in 2019.

NFL Fantasy Football Draft Tracker: Top 10 Picks

In this article today, I will go over recaps for every team that effects fantasy football. This would be for an offensive league only.


Round 1: QB Kyler Murray, Round 2: WRAndy Isabella, Round 4: WR Hakeem Butler, Round 6: WR Keashon Johnson

Arizona has impacted the passing game with draft. It makes sense to go for the big target in Butler, as he was my 2nd WR that was supposed to be off the board. Isabella brings a lot of speed perhaps as the slot receiver. You have to figure these 2 guys will get some fantasy production in year 1 along with Murray as the WR’s learn from Larry Fitzgerald.

San Fran.

Round 2: Deebo Samuel, Round 3: Jalen Hurd, Round 6: Kaden Smith TE

The 49ers have the man it seems at WR. Samuel is one of the best overall WR’s in the draft and should have every opportunity to make an immediate impact. Hurd adds depth.


Round 4: TE Treven Wesco

No fantasy impact with this draft as their money is tied up with Le’veon Bell. A little surprising however that they obtained no WR depth.


Round 1: RB Josh Jacobs, Round 4: TE Foster Moreau, Round 5: WR Hunter Renfrow

I am a little surprised they took the RB in round 1. He may make more immediate impact then anyone in among fantasy football rookies. Renfrow has a nice chance to do so as well as the slot receiver.


Round 6: WR Scott Miller

No known impact for this pick on fantasy football.


Round 1: Daniel Jones, Round 5: Darius Slayton WR

The potential impact is a starting QB who can run. Slayton is a good athlete.


Round 3: Josh Oliver: TE, Round 5: Ryquel Armstead RB, Round 6: Gardner Minshew QB

The Jags get themselves some depth in the backfield and possibly a starting TE. Te’s however don’t usually do well in fantasy in their first year.


Round 1: Thomas Hockenson: TE, Round 6: Travis Fulgham, Round 6: Ty Johnson, Round 7: Issac Nata

The Lions got themselves an immediate impact player at TE I believe, to be worth a flier in any late round fantasy draft this year.


Round 3: Devin Sigletary RB; Dawson Knox TE; Round 7: Thomas Sweeney TE

Buffalo seems to have their RB to replace the aging and injured McCoy finally. Frank Gore and TJ Yeldon don’t matter as a potential running back.


Round 3: Dionte Johnson WR; Round 4 Benjamin Snell; Round 6: Zack Gentry

The top 2 rookies will get their share of work especially as injuries creep up.