Coach Stuart had a so-so draft in the recent 2016 Earlston Fantasy Football League draft. Their Fog on the Tyne franchise came away with the number 6 ranked draft (out of 12) in the league based on analysis by MyFantasyLeague.com.
Fog on the Tyne made their best pick of the draft in round 8, selecting Duke Johnson with the 87th pick of the draft, as compared to the 65th spot he should have been selected in, according to ADP rankings. “He’s a blue-chip prospect,” Fog on the Tyne coach Stuart said.
Fog on the Tyne made their worst pick of the draft in round 3, selecting Julian Edelman with the 34th pick of the draft, as compared to the 43rd spot he should have been selected in, according toADP rankings. “His attitude is a question mark,” Fog on the Tyne coach Stuart said.
Fog on the Tyne nabbed Devonta Freeman in the 2nd round, which reflects the fact that he was thenumber one ranked running back for the 2015 season, based on this league’s custom scoring rules.
With a little bit of work on the waiver wire this season, or a few strategic trades, coach Stuart should be able to turn their 6th ranked draft effort into a championship fantasy team this year.
|1.10||Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE||10||10||0|
|2.03||Freeman, Devonta ATL RB||15||15||0|
|3.10||Edelman, Julian NEP WR||43||34||72|
|4.03||Forte, Matt NYJ RB||44||39||27|
|5.10||Floyd, Michael ARI WR||55||58||-12|
|6.03||Woodhead, Danny SDC RB||73||63||30|
|7.10||Hurns, Allen JAC WR||70||82||-27|
|8.03||Johnson, Duke CLE RB||65||87||-38|
|9.10||Carr, Derek OAK QB||97||106||-12|
|10.03||Wheaton, Markus PIT WR||123||111||12|
|11.10||Washington, DeAndre OAK RB||149||130||13|
|12.03||Texans, Houston HOU Def||131||135||-2|
|13.10||Kelley, Rob WAS RB||180||154||8|
|14.03||Gano, Graham CAR PK||158||159||0|
|15.10||Hogan, Chris NEP WR||168||178||0|
Coach Stuart and the Fog on the Tyne franchise came away with the number 9 ranked draft (out of 12) in the league based on analysis by MyFantasyLeague.com.
Coach Stuart drafted a number of recognisable names, but do they have enough support to recreate their glory days?
QB should be in good hands with Tony Romo and future star Teddy Bridgewater.
Matt Forte and LeSean McCoy lead the RBs, but with only Frank Gore and injured rookie David Cobb behind them this could be a risky strategy.
Rookie Amari Cooper leads the receivers and the Fog will be hoping for a debut season like any of the first rounders from last year. Marshall, Landry, Smith and Lafell should decent matchup plays.
Cameron Jordan is a boom or bust prospect at TE mitigated by rising star Tyler Eifert.
Justin Tucker and the Dolphins are a strong K/DST pairing.
With a little bit of work on the waiver wire this season, or a few strategic trades, coach Stuart should be able to turn their 9th ranked draft effort into a championship fantasy team this year.
|1.06||Forte, Matt CHI RB||16||6||280|
|2.07||McCoy, LeSean BUF RB||19||19||0|
|3.06||Gore, Frank IND RB||29||30||-8|
|4.07||Cooper, Amari OAK WR||43||43||0|
|5.06||Marshall, Brandon NYJ WR||62||54||32|
|6.07||Landry, Jarvis MIA WR||65||67||-6|
|7.06||Cameron, Jordan MIA TE||94||78||36|
|8.07||Romo, Tony DAL QB||50||91||-71|
|9.06||Smith, Steve BAL WR||89||102||-17|
|10.07||Cobb, David TEN RB||149||115||34|
|11.06||Bridgewater, Teddy MIN QB||111||126||-10|
|12.07||LaFell, Brandon NEP WR||127||139||-6|
|13.06||Dolphins, Miami MIA Def||132||150||-5|
|14.07||Tucker, Justin BAL PK||137||163||-3|
|15.06||Eifert, Tyler CIN TE||129||174||0|