Thursday, August 14, 2014

Why You Shouldn't Overthink Darren Sproles' Impact on LeSean McCoy's Fantasy Value

As a fantasy football player, it's really easy to talk yourself out of nearly every player on your draft board. There's always a scheme change, a nagging injury, a new competitor or a news story that breaks that can cast doubt on an otherwise good fantasy prospect.
This couldn't be more true of players at the top of draft boards, who get all of the analysis and attention. A Google search for "LeSean McCoy fantasy football" returns 364,000 results, while a search for "DeAngelo Williams fantasy football" returns only 169,000, and "Bobby Rainey fantasy football" returns just 79,500.
People are talking about - and frankly overanalyzing - the top players in fantasy football, and it's leading to bad decisions in the first round of drafts. One concern that many players have is about LeSean McCoy's value with the addition of Darren Sproles. In fact, a quick Google of the two player's names along with "fantasy football" returns nearly as many results as there were for Bobby Rainey alone.  READ MORE HERE

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