With NFL training camps right around the corner, it is time to start shifting a little bit of our fantasy sports focus to football.
While not totally abandoning your fantasy baseball commitments midseason, a fair amount of effort should be placed on prepping for your upcoming football drafts.
Unlike in other sports, fantasy football rosters are fairly limited and the shortened season does not help, either. Missing on players early could result in a swift exit from the playoff picture, resulting in a very long offseason.
Although it is certainly critical to not be void of star power, it is just as crucial to find players that aren’t as hyped (Arian Foster circa 2010) or others that just aren’t being talked about at all.
The Kansas City Chiefs come into the 2012 season with high expectations on the real gridiron. But for the anticipated success to become a reality, certain players must perform well as it relates to statistical measures, too—the entire foundation on which fantasy football was created.
Here are seven options worth looking at for your fantasy football drafts.