Kravitz's Main Targets in Fantasy Drafts

First and foremost, shoutout to everyone who helped put our Twin Peaks Fantasy Draft Night together. Greg, Gabe, Lindsey, Tyler, Kyle, Scott, and on and was a blast. First time we did the draft in person since 2019.

14-team league, I was pick 9, took Bijan Robinson in round 1, Mahomes in round 2, and you can check out the rest below. I went HEAVY on the rookie WR's, not because I think they're all going to pop, but because I want the one that does. Great way to find league winning value late in drafts, but you need a full bushel of them. Its like buying extra lotto tix.

I also have a write up for a couple of "my guys" that I thought needed more explaining, that doesn't mean I love them more than the other below with no description, I just didn't feel like writing a 500 page novel today. Use this to your advantage, I've been researching this stuff for months! Unless you disagree with it of course, then just read it and ignore it. Enjoy.

QB- Aaron Rodgers- I can’t believe it, because of his name value – but I actually think we’re getting a discount on Rodgers…Last year, he finished 14th overall @ QB, and this year he’s only being drafted around 12th at the position. We’re talking about a guy that isn’t that far removed from back to back MVP seasons. 37 and 48 TD’s those years. Remember, Rodgers had a hand injury last year and his #1 receiver was Romeo Doubs. Now he has Garrett Wilson and a new lease on life. I wouldn't be surprised if he returned to something close to his MVP form. Easily top 10 at the position for me.

RB- Tank Bigsby- You gotta love what he’s been able to show us in the preseason. 5.4 and 5.8 YPC. That last game 13 carries 70 yards – he looks the part of an every down back and might even be better between the tackles than Travis Etienne. Keep in mind, this current regime drafted Bigsby in round 3 this year, as they are making their own mark on the build of this roster…Etienne is talented…but they weren't here for the Etienne pick, so they don't have the same attachment to him.

WR- Gabe Davis- He is the prototypical post-hype sleeper. We all saw him blow up in the 2021 postseason and just assumed that he was ready to take that leap in fantasy in 2022…he didn’t…but what has actually changed for Gabe Davis, other than his ADP? He’s the same guy…the bills didn’t really invest in another #2 receiver – so he still holds that spot on the depth chart…fantasy basics- give me the #2 guy in a high volume pass offense, with big play ability. Also, this is a contract year for Gabe Davis, so I would expect him to put on a show.

TE- Mark Andrews- So, its not like the fantasy community isn’t wise to Mark Andrews, he’s consistently the #2 TE off the board – as he should be – but I just don’t think we are truly capturing how special he could be this year. Todd Monken comes over from Georgia, looking to install a similar offense to what he ran in college… one in CFB threw to their TE more than Georgia. Now, brock bowers is special – but so is mark Andrews – so if he’s looking to replicate college success with the ravens – Andrews is about to get peppered with targets. He’s going round 3 in ADP, I would take him in round 2 in both 10 and 12 team leagues.

Other "my guys": (no round 1 or 2 guys)

  • Jahmyr Gibbs
  • George Pickens
  • Tank Dell
  • Christian Watson
  • Juwan Johnson
  • DeAndre Swift
  • Tua
  • Jared Goff
  • Justin Fields
  • Jaylen Warren
  • Brandin Cooks
  • Jahan Dotson
  • All the rookie receivers drafted in the first 3 rounds of the NFL Draft

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