S.O.S: Tight Ends

GREEN = EASY MATCH UP (Bottom 10 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

RED = DIFFICULT MATCH UP  (Top 10 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

WHITE = NEUTRAL MATCH UP (Middle 12 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

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2018 TE S.O.S

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S.O.S: Wide Receivers

GREEN = EASY MATCH UP (Bottom 10 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

RED = DIFFICULT MATCH UP  (Top 10 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

WHITE = NEUTRAL MATCH UP (Middle 12 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

WR S.O.S. 2018
2018 WR S.O.S

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S.O.S: Running Backs

GREEN = EASY MATCH UP (Bottom 10 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

RED = DIFFICULT MATCH UP  (Top 10 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

WHITE = NEUTRAL MATCH UP (Middle 12 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

RB S.O.S. 2018
2018 RB S.O.S

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S.O.S: Quarterbacks

GREEN = EASY MATCH UP (Bottom 10 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

RED = DIFFICULT MATCH UP  (Top 10 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

WHITE = NEUTRAL MATCH UP (Middle 12 teams in fantasy PPG allowed to said position)

QB S.O.S. 2018
2018 QB S.O.S

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2018: King of the Mountain

Isn’t it crazy how fast your mood and demeanor changes when you get that email or notification that you can reactivate your fantasy league? It makes the biggest smile come across your face just thinking about the next season right on the brink. In just a few short weeks you are going to be drafting your next team, your next group of guys who can bring you that championship! So naturally once you find out it’s around the corner the first thought is always, “Where am I picking this year?” It’s a simple question but it invokes many other inquires such as “Who can I get with my first pick?” “Where do I want to pick?” “Who’s picking near me?” “Is it deeper at running back or wide receiver this year?” “Who could make it back to me on the first turn?” “Whoever wins our league always have a top tight end, do I take one earlier than normal this year?” And the questions and restless nights begin and don’t end until the day you find out your draft order; which should always be at least a few weeks before the draft day but that’s a discussion for another time.

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