Looking Back and Looking Forwards in Fantasy

Dr. Roto looks back on the 2015 Fantasy Football season and also prepares you for the Kansas City Chiefs-Houston Texans playoff matchup this weekend!

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Roto Visionary Blog—January 5, 2016

Forget Me Nots

The regular season is now officially over and the playoffs are just beginning. It seems strange to think that Fantasy Football goes on hiatus for the next eight months. There are things I don’t want to forget about this season and I know I will if I don’t write them down. So here goes…my Forget Me Not list for 2016…

  • Jay Ajayi looks ferocious carrying the ball around the goal line. I am not sure if Lamar Miller gets more carries next year or not—all I know is that I want some stock in Ajayi.
  • DeVante Parker is climbing up my draft list as I don’t want to forget those acrobatic plays he made after he returned from injury.
  • Martellus Bennett will be back somewhere, but I don’t want to forget how good Zach Miller was in the second half of the season.
  • Will Tye will be on my list of sleeper TEs.
  • Bilal Powell was an absolute star in PPR formats. The Jets could have used him against the Bills. I won’t forget to draft him as my RB2.
  • I don’t want to forget that Brandon Coleman looked pretty good in his chances for the Saints. If Colston is officially done, Coleman could be a steal.
  • I want to remember the love I have for Jamison Crowder. He was overlooked at the draft, but he might just be the best WR that the Redskins have.
  • I need to remember that Randall Cobb was a huge disappointment no matter how many experts tell me that with Jordy Nelson back Cobb should have a comeback season.
  • Spencer Ware will be on my list of deep fliers in 20 round drafts. He played great when he was given the opportunity and RBs always get hurt.
  • In PPR leagues, I want to move Charles Sims up my draft board. Yes, Doug Martin played great all year, but Sims was a huge threat on obvious check downs and Winston looked to him often in tight spots.
  • I want to remember that Shane Vereen was a terrible pick. Just because a player signs a big free agent deal with a new team doesn’t mean that the team has any idea how to use him correctly.
  • Devin Funchess is a name that might be overlooked next year and I want to file away how good he looked in Week 17. With Kelvin Benjamin back next season, Funchess might fall into the mid rounds.

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