2017 Fantasy Supercross Week One: Anaheim

Fantasy Supercross

Are you ready for Fantasy Supercross, people? I am. It’s a day away. I know, I’m not giving you a lot of time to set your lineups but better late than never, right? A1 is upon us, the opening race of the year. Once again, our friends at RMFantasySX are back to bring us the best Fantasy Supercross league out there with more killer season and weekly prizes. Although I don’t think we can win a Toyota Tacoma this year, a new race-ready bike will suit me just fine. You all are playing for second place, which is still a nice, race-ready bike, it just won’t be as fast as mine. If you would like to get a quick preview of the season, including team changes etc, you can read my 2017 Fantasy Supercross Season Preview here. Don’t forget the Wild Card pick this week is 7th place.

Contenders:

Ryan Dungey – Do I really have to post the guy’s stats? Put him in your Top-3 and enjoy…

Jason Anderson – El Hombre is “El Hombre” at A1. After finishing second in 2015 in his first career race, he got his first career win at A1 last year. He is my pick to unseat Dungey and give Husqvarna their first ever AMA Supercross championship.

Ken Roczen – After winning two consecutive A1’s, Roczen fell to 5th last year. He has six Top-5 finishes in Anaheim out of eight starts overall. Taking over as the Honda Factory Team #1 rider, I’m interested to see how his season starts out.

Chad Reed – Formerly known as the King of Anaheim, Reed has five career Anaheim wins, and has full Yamaha Factory backing this year.

Trey Canard – Canard has five Top-5 Anaheim finishes and will be riding a KTM this year. He’s a great candidate for that 7th place Wild Card this week.

Eli Tomac – Tomac finished 3rd in 2015 and 4th in 2016 so let’s peg him for a 5th place finish tomorrow.

Davi Millsaps – Millsaps has six career Top-5 finishes at Anaheim and put an 8th at A1 and 7th at A2 last season.

Cole Seely – Seely put himself on the podium at A1 last year with a 3rd place finish.

Cooper Webb – I’m putting him on here because I like the kid. He rides aggressive and has done well at Anaheim in the 250 class. Jason Anderson surprised his rookie year with a 2nd in this race. Let’s see what the kid can do.

My Picks:

1st: Jason Anderson

2nd: Ken Roczen

3rd: Ryan Dungey

4th: Cole Seely

5th: Marvin Musquin

7th: Trey Canard

 

 

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