We know the reasons Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler is not supposed to repeat his incredible fantasy football season in 2019, when the undrafted little player from Western State in Colorado emerged in his third campaign. in the NFL to capture 92 assists and finish as No. 1. 4 PPR back in ESPN scoring. However, this is no longer a transmission specialist, and given the lack of other magazine launchers made, one can see a way for Ekeler to perform. even better statistically. Fantasy managers don’t ignore Ekeler, but still … he should be a first-round pick.
Just like my column “Do not write”, this “Make The draft list “is often misinterpreted as to its intent. But at the end of the day, these are players who I think are strong values compared to their ESPN ADP, and, well, I keep finishing with them in my fantasy football teams. Sometimes as fantasy managers find out what we really believe by participating in a myriad of pre-season projects, real or simulated, and become pushed to make faster, more intuitive decisions .