As we inch closer to the start of the fantasy football season, JJ offers up 10 realistic bold predictions about said season.
Should you worry about the second half of the fantasy football season when drafting your team? Which late-round quarterbacks have the right kind of upside? Is Christian Watson a risky selection this year? Those questions -- and more -- are answered on this week's mailbag episode.
The first episode of Late-Round Perspectives features Sigmund Bloom of Footballguys. JJ and Sigmund talk about George Pickens and the Steelers, offenses that could surprise us this season, some draft philosophy, vibes, and so much more.
Which players have risen up JJ's rankings most over the last month or so? How about the guys who have been bumped down? That's talked about on Episode 790.
How should you be valuing Breece Hall and Rhamondre Stevenson now that they've got added backfield competition? Which defenses should you be targeting in your drafts? Were offenses worse last year? JJ answers those questions -- and more -- on this week's mailbag episode.
JJ sits down with Establish the Run's Evan Silva to talk about some players they're generally avoiding in fantasy football drafts this season.
On this week's (early) mailbag episode, JJ talks about the Seattle backfield, handcuffing running backs in your season-long leagues, wide receiver-heavy drafts, and more.
JJ talks to Sharp Football Analysis' Rich Hribar about players their targeting in fantasy football drafts this year.
Which running back is JJ moving up his rankings? Is Alexander Mattison undervalued? Should your approach with elite tight ends shift when your league's size changes? JJ answers those questions -- and more -- on this week's mailbag episode.
JJ talks about a brand new show hitting the Late-Round Fantasy Football Podcast feed each week.
Which players could get off to a hot start this season in fantasy football thanks to a cakewalk schedule? Any players to worry about? JJ analyzes early-season schedule strength on Episode 784.
Which Kansas City players get a fantasy football bump with Kadarius Toney's latest injury? Is there a clear running back target in Philadelphia? Should you draft Elijah Moore this year? Those questions -- and more -- are answered on this week's mailbag episode.
We all know some of the obvious regression candidates heading into the 2023 fantasy football season. Diontae Johnson, for example, failed to score a touchdown last year on 147 targets. That's highly, highly unlikely to be repeated.
But are there any less obvious regression candidates this season? Are there low-key players who are bound to see different numbers in 2023? JJ answers that question on Episode 782.
On this week's mailbag episode, JJ talks about the DeAndre Hopkins deal, Joe Mixon's fantasy value, the Chicago backfield, and more.
Not all fantasy football leagues are the same. Some have wild, funky rules that can cause drafters to emphasize the wrong things. On Episode 780, JJ talks about how he approaches some of the more unique leagues he's in, using this year's Scott Fish Bowl as an example.
Is Matthew Stafford a fantasy football draft value? What about Alexander Mattison? Can we trust the Atlanta offense this year? Those questions -- and more -- are answered on this week's mailbag episode.
We see rookie running backs emerge in fantasy football each year, but are they actually good bets to make during your draft? JJ analyzes that question on Episode 778.
JJ looks back at a handful of already-answered questions from this offseason on this week's mailbag episode. Topics include the Seahawks backfield, Jaxon Smith-Njigba's dynasty value, building projections, and more.
About a month ago, JJ talked about the negative impact that mobile quarterbacks have on their teammates in fantasy football. But, interestingly, the fantasy market seems to properly adjust for this. Why? Why does the market seem to get that right?
The answer may be related to the increase in league-wide run-pass option plays.
Is Miles Sanders an obvious season-long fantasy football target this year? Why does JJ like Chris Olave so much in dynasty? What low-key stacks should you be targeting in best-ball drafts right now? That -- and more -- on this week's mailbag episode.
Valuable fantasy football assets come from good offenses, but spotting a good offense before the season begins is often easier said than done. On Episode 775, JJ talks through an easy way to help you determine whether an offense will be worthwhile or not before the start of any season.
Are dead-zone running backs looking like good bets this year? Why aren't replacement-level players taken at the same point in fantasy drafts? Is Darren Waller a tight end target this season? JJ answers those questions -- and one more -- on this week's mailbag episode.
Should you be targeting or avoiding muddied backfields during your fantasy football drafts? JJ brings back an episode from last offseason to help answer that question.
JJ talks about stacking in dynasty leagues, a robust tight end draft strategy, Michael Pittman's outlook, and more on this week's mailbag episode.
Quarterbacks are getting pricier in fantasy football. Years ago, you could largely ignore the position during your draft. Today? Good luck with that.
But should you reach for an elite one in your drafts this year? JJ answers that pressing question on Episode 772.