Fantasy Soccer: The perfect ball group stacks for purpose forward of the 2021 NFL season | Fantasy Soccer Information, Rankings and Projections
Building NFL team stacks to the best ball lists is critical to maximizing the uptrend as fantasy points are correlated for offensive players on the same team. When a quarterback is having a monster fantasy season, they are likely carrying multiple pass catchers and / or running backs.
For example, Aaron Rodgers was overall QB2 last year, bringing in Davante Adams (WR1), Aaron Jones (RB5) and Robert Tonyan (TE4). Ryan Tannehill (QB7), Derrick Henry (RB3), AJ Brown (WR7) and Corey Davis (WR30) also formed a fantasy cheat code.
Upside is the name of the game in the best ball, and stacking is the best way to get to grips with any player’s ceiling in fantasy football. Here are seven NFL team stacks worth targeting in drafts right now.
Lamar Jackson quickly becomes one of the best picks in the fifth round. He’s only a year away from a QB1 fantasy finish. His 27.7 Fantasy Points per game in 2019 would have taken first place in 2020 as well.
Talented wide-angle receivers increase their quarterbacks. It happened last year with Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs. The 2019 MVP will be awarded to the best group of passport catchers of his career – Marquise Brown, Mark Andrews, Rashod Bateman, Tylan Wallace and Sammy Watkins.
The tendency towards topicality and the absurd tale “Lamar is a running back” made it far too easy to stack Jackson with his passport catchers.
The 2021 Cincinnati Bengals are set to be one of the most imaginative offenses in the NFL. You have the dream combination of a rising young quarterback, explosive offensive playmaker, and terrible defense. They are a discount version of the Dallas Cowboys.
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