Pat’s Points on Fantasy Football Brackets
There are only a few things I love more than March Madness, and fantasy football is very high on that list.
While the NFL Draft is six weeks away, most fantasy football drafts are agonizingly much further down the road. If we can make any correlations between the first few games of the NCAA Tournament and how the fantasy football rankings will shake out by the time the playoffs begin it’s that we really have no idea what will happen.
If your bracket is already busted, you may have put too much stock in the Big 12. Be warned however if you’re looking good right now: there’s more action and upsets on the way.
Our fantasy football brackets have been split into four regions based on the NFL divisions. Players have been seeded 1-16, with their 2014 body of work, preseason projections, and my own personal biases figuring into the process.
While this is an exercise across different sports, we might as well throw in some World Cup vernacular; there’s little doubt that with top fantasy producers like Le’Veon Bell, Aaron Rodgers, Eddie Lacy, and Calvin Johnson the North Divisions appear to be the Group of Death.
Only the strongest, most productive performers will navigate the Fantasy Football Brackets. And while readers and March Madness fanatics can no more change the brackets after Selection Sunday, fantasy football junkies are not allowed to dispute the seedings. What they can do is make their picks and explain why.
Seeds and projections are based on Points Per Reception formats where all TDs (including passing) are worth six points.
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