How to factor COVID into your fantasy football draft strategy, Chicago Tribune

How to factor COVID into your fantasy football draft strategy

It’s been an usual NFL offseason with COVID-19 maintaining a firm grasp in the United States, but there are continued signs that the league intends to kick off the 2020…

It’s been an usual NFL offseason with COVID-19 maintaining a firm grasp in the United States, but there are continued signs that the league intends to kick off the 2020 season as scheduled. With veterans officially starting to report to training camps on Tuesday, we asked our fantasy football analysts how much the coronavirus-related adjustments the NFL and NFLPA have agreed to as well as the potential for positive tests should influence our draft strategy. They debate below. Sean, our Director of Predictive Analytics, was FantasyPros’ No. 1 fantasy football draft ranker of 2019. With a historic level of uncertainty heading into the 2020 NFL season, it’s critical that we don’t merely go through the motions and treat it like every other season. There are two buckets of concern to factor in when considering how we alter our overall strategy. The first is how the virus has changed the typical schedule and environment for this season — a shortened offseason, no preseason games and likely no fans in the stands are the most significant factors to consider. Odds for the new name of Washington’s NFL team Will a shortened offseason hurt rookies and players who joined a new team in

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