In an age where we demand instant gratification, it is making us increasingly impatient. This applies to most facets of life, think of streaming entire seasons of TV shows and online shopping. Dynasty fantasy football is certainly no exception.
James Conner, RB – Pittsburgh Steelers: Conner has struggled through three weeks with fumbles and breaking tackles. The Steelers’ offensive line hasn’t done Conner any favors either. Through three games, Conner has totaled an abysmal 34 carries and 97 yards rushing. The Steelers’ offense is now in transition, moving away from the street ball style of Ben Roethlisberger, and ushering in a more scripted style behind Mason Rudolph. Look for the Steelers to heavily rely on the run and restore Conner’s fantasy value.
Davante Adams, WR – Green Bay Packers: SORRY! TOO LATE
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Baker Mayfield, QB – Cleveland Browns: Baker is still young and learning. Give him time and he’ll succeed in that potent offense. Expecting him to come out and perform as a top three QB was unfair. Get him on the cheap and let him develop.
Stefon Diggs, WR – Minnesota Vikings: 6 catches for 101 yards through 3 weeks has Diggs owners ready to jump off a bridge. The Vikings have shown thus far in the season that they want to run the offense through Dalvin Cook, rather than Kirk Cousins. Cousins is averaging a league low 21 pass attempts per game, and I don’t believe the Vikings can continue that trend in a pass-happy era.
Rookies: Josh Jacobs, David Montgomery, Miles Sanders, Devin Singletary, Darrell Henderson, T.J. Hockenson, Parris Campbell, the list goes on and on. Reach out to your fellow dynasty league mates who were expecting top tier production out of the gates. I’m hoping to take advantage of the hype surrounding the 2020 class by offering 2nd and 3rd round picks for those players mentioned above.