Fantasy Football Tips To Give You The Edge

Fantasy Football Tips To Give You The Edge


Author: Ashley Munson

The 100th season in NFL history is now just around the corner and, whether you play against your friends for pride or you’re so confident you decide to put your money where your mouth is, the time has come to align your fantasy football stars. Whatever your reasons here are our top five picks who you should be looking to nab in the draft.


Kamara left the college set up in Tennessee with respectable if not incredible numbers and was only picked up in round three of the draft in 2017 by the New Orleans Saints but his performances as a rookie caught the eye and he’s established himself as a top quality running back and has made back to back Pro-Bowls. Over his two years in the NFL Kamara has averaged 9.5 receiving yards with 5.1 rushing. Throw into the mix his 31 touchdowns to date and you can see why he’s in our list.


With two NFL MVP awards to his name and seven Pro-Bowl appearances the experienced Rodgers doesn’t really need an introduction. Rodgers, who is now 35, has thrown near on 43,000 yards in his career with over 300 touchdowns to his name. The Green Bay Packers didn’t have a great season last time with the relationship between Rodgers and then coach Mike McCarthy coming under particular scrutiny. Rodgers still posted close to 4,500 yards, although only recording 25 touchdowns, but he received a fair bit of flak – mostly due to expectations of his own making. Rest assured though, with a new man at the wheel in Matt LaFleur, Rodgers will be out in true sparkling form to prove he still has it in 2019.


Like fellow running back Kamara, Elliott has been involved in back to back Pro-Bowls but, on overall balance, his numbers just shade those of Kamara. In 2016, his rookie year, and last season he led the league on rushing yards posting over 1,600 and 1,400 respectively. Last time out also saw Elliott post a career high for reception yards at 567 and he has a reasonable touchdown record as well with a total of 34 to his name. Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has recently given a hopeful update on Elliott’s contract situation and it’s fair to say he’ll be a pretty vital cog in the Cowboys machine.


Since bursting onto the scene as the number one overall pick Luck has proven to be a consistent performer for the Indianapolis Colts. Each year he posts stats that will measure up with the strongest in the league. Luck missed the whole of the 2017 campaign through injury, but he was back to somewhere near his best during 2018 recording 4,500 throwing yards and 39 touchdowns. The fact he’s also a threat on his feet gives him an edge too. You’d be ‘Luck-y’ to have him.


Mahomes came through the ranks at Texas Tech before joining the Kansas City Chiefs as the number 10 pick in the 2017 draft. Last year he cemented his place in the history books scooping the MVP award after throwing over 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns, which put his name alongside Peyton Manning as only the second QB to post such numbers. Mahomes has the potential to go down as one of the greatest players of all time and to become again the NFL MVP 2019, so we are sure he will dominate again in the coming season. He is an absolute must.

There you have it, five picks that could give you the edge in your quest for fantasy football fame. If you can work one or two into your side then you’ll be the envy of your enemies and who knows, if you play for cash, you might be in for a nice little prize too!