It isn't easy to track new coordinators and play callers for every team, but it has a noteworthy impact on the volume of touches that players within each offense will receive.
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 coaching changes.
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 excited for the new-look Arizona Cardinals offense under Kliff Kingsbury.
"Kingsbury brings his Air Raid offense from Texas Tech. He did great work with Patrick Mahomes and Baker Mayfield, and now he'll aim to elevate Kyler Murray to their level." Gibbs said. "The biggest winner here is David Johnson. His talent as a pass-catcher was underutilized in 2018; at Texas Tech, Kingsbury made it a point to get his backs involved in the passing game while at Tech."
Gibbs also has identified a new Head Coach whose past tendencies indicate that a major breakout could be coming for his team's starting running back. If Gibbs' hunch is correct, the increased volume in the passing game would give this back legitimate RB1 upside, so you ABSOLUTELY need to see the complete breakdown.
So what is the Fantasy impact of this offseason's biggest coaching changes? And which change could elevate a breakout candidate RB into the RB1 discussion? ... Join SportsLine right now to see Jacob Gibbs' most impactful coaching changes for 2019!