The NFL offseason was full of player movement. Whether it was big names like Le'Veon Bell, Antonio Brown, and Odell Beckham Jr. joining new teams, or more minor changes like Tevin Coleman joining a crowded backfield in San Francisco, the Fantasy landscape is certainly different than when we left it this winter.
Every change has an impact on both the player's previous team and their new one, and before you enter any kind of Fantasy football league or begin your 2019 Fantasy football season research, you'll want to see Jacob Gibbs' analysis and breakdown of some of the biggest transactions.
Gibbs is a data-driven Daily Fantasy Sports specialist who has never had a losing season. Previously an analyst at numberFire, Jacob got his start in DFS in 2013, turning a $25 deposit into nearly $3,000 in his first season. He also develops proprietary rankings and projections for NFL season-long and dynasty leagues.
One thing we can tell you: Gibbs is staying far away from New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell in 2019 drafts.
"Bell went from a Steelers team that ranked sixth in points and fourth in plays per game to a Jets team led by Adam Gase -- whose Dolphins ranked dead last in plays per game in 2018." Gibbs said. "Bell's days of unquestioned RB1 status may be over."
Last year, Gibbs called the Pat Mahomes breakout, suggesting that he had QB1 potential and ranking him higher than all but two analysts in the FantasyPros accuracy contest. This year, he believes there is another undervalued quarterback with QB1 potential written all over him after this offseason's moves. This QB could make your draft if Gibbs is right again, so you ABSOLUTELY need to see the complete breakdown.
So what is the Fantasy impact of this offseason's biggest moves? And which mid-round QB is Gibbs expecting a potential Mahomes-like breakout from in 2019? ... Join SportsLine right now to see Jacob Gibbs' Top 5 offseason movers for 2019!