Oakland Raiders: Fantasy Finds That Must Be Considered

With football season just around the corner, it means fantasy football drafts are soon to be getting underway. Here are a couple of players to consider from the Oakland Raiders.

According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, in 2017 there were 59.3 million people in the United States and Canada that participated in some sort of fantasy sport. That number is sure to rise in 2018, and there is no end in sight. As long as sports exist, so too will fantasy sport leagues. As such, people crave fantasy related content to help them get an edge against their opponents. Well, you’ve come to the right place as I’m going to cover some of the best names to target from the Raiders.

Unfortunately, there are several different types of fantasy football leagues. There is PPR, Standard, and well, just about a million other unique scoring styles. As a result, it is hard to simply give a list of players to look for. Some players are better for PPR leagues, say players who have more receptions. Then there are leagues where two quarterbacks are played each week, so there is a premium on quarterbacks. Here is my best shot at combining all of those aspects into one list, explaining where some players have advantages over another.

To make it easy to follow, I will break it down into the four main categories: Quarterback, Running Backs, Wide Receivers, and Tight End. Let’s start out with the quarterback position, here goes nothing.

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