Dec 20, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) reacts after the Packers were called for a penalty that nullified a touchdown pass against the Oakland Raiders in the fourth quarter at O.co Coliseum. The Packers defeated the Raiders 30-20. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
Disclaimer: For any fantasy scoring numbers, I will be using those generated by Yahoo! fantasy football. It is the system on which I’ve played a majority of my fantasy football over the years – and currently play. Other setups are fine – I’ve worked with ESPN and NFL fantasy football teams in the past – but seeing as I have the most experience using this scoring system, I’ll stick with using their methods of scoring.
Championship weekend is here everyone!
Well, at least for fantasy football.
After a long season in the fantasy realm, we are finally at the end, with another year of excitement and disappointments coming to a close.
For those of you fortunate to be on the winning side often enough to be staring at a fantasy championship, good for you for getting this far!
Still, you’re gonna want to end strong; if you don’t finish the job this weekend with a win it was pretty much all for naught.
If you have any Green Bay Packers players on your roster, you may be sitting there wondering things like, ” Which receiver is the best option?” or maybe “Can I trust either running back?”.
While fantasy games are ultimately no better than crapshoots, some insights can at least get you closer to what should be the direction you should consider going into your matchups.
I’ll do my part in sharing my perspective on the matter for each position group; from there, you can decide what to do with that info.
Good luck to you all; hopefully my thoughts on the matter can bring someone out there a shiny new fantasy championship — and whatever spoils that brings!
Here we go!
Next: The quarterback