For preparation of the 2019 Fantasy football season, we have arrive, at least for pre-season. After reviewing your rosters, and getting your analysis on for the season, you may come up with lineups similar to these for each team.
This is especially for use on fanduel, but can of course be used in a simple PPR or Standard format of any kind. If wanting to get in on pre-season fantasy football over at Fanduel go here to get $10 free
Mix and Match these Stacks:
Players to watch for the week:
Valentine Holmes RB NO College!
Josh Belllamy WR Louisville
Tim White WR Ariz St.
Trevon Wesco TE West Virginia
Daniel Jones QB Duke, Alex Tanney Monmouth
Rod Smith RB OSU
Darius Slayton WR Auburn
Bennie Fowler WR Mich. St.
Reggie White Jr. Monmouth
Chad Kelly QB Miss., Jacoby Brissett
Parris Campbell WR OSU
Nyheim Hines RB
Austin Dulin WR Malone
Any 3 of the QB’s on the roster. Jackson (3d String) may get most snaps
Devin Singletary RB Florida Atl.
David Sills WR West Virginia
Nick Easley WR Iowa
Ryan Tannehill QB Tex A&M, Logan Woodside, QB Toledo
As college fantasy football has picked up its popularity for 2019 and beyond, I will help you get a grip on the best college fantasy football sites for 2019 and what to expect from these.
Best Main Media CFF sites
Some of your normal fantasy football (American) sites cover the spread when it comes to college fantasy football such as the sporting news, yahoo, and rotoworld. Rotoworld being the better of the 3 for the literally hundreds of rankings for each position in NCAA football. Its easy to navigate to any position you want at the bottom of the page.
When you look at the comp for Fatrax on their site versus CBS, ESPN, and Yahoo, there is a long list of features that fantrax offers that others don’t. However the very first one, “Easy Click” and “Classic” Lineup Change Methods, I have seen on yahoo, so I don’t see why that is there highlighted like that. There are many as it appears though that stand out from the rest. This is my first year playing season long on a podcast league, so we’ll see how it goes. Despite the unfamiliarity with the actual league, fantrax is the #1 site as a one stop shop for all things college fantasy football related. Here’s why.
Reason Fantrax is #1 above all others. (1A that is)
You can get great strategy, breakdowns, analysis, and how to actually prepare for the college fantasy football game weekly on a paid site membership such as DFS Army’s College Fantasy Football 101 and how the college game differs from the NFL. These are also excellent resources on how to get movement on your DFS CFF cash fund, taking all important factors into consideration, teaching you how to become a top player in this arena yourself. Actually i would consider it #1B when it comes to quality content on this site.
Fantrax can be used by the way, as a replacement for other leagues in all sports that you probably play in as it should allow you to transfer your league data if your a comissioner such as in a dynasty league.
The app however is NOT available in the apple or android store. Just click on the menu from the main fantrax.com landing page and follow the instruction as you choose your device and go from there, as you will be all set when it comes to your league and all available resources there.