So far, we have looked at 2018 scoring with an analysis of the RB and WR positions. This week we will go to the crux of all the additional offense, the QBs. This year on opening day, there were 15 QBs who did not start for their current teams a year before. That is almost a 50% turnover. With the exception of a few veterans that had changed teams, or where other QBs have retired. these were primarily younger QBs.

They, for the most part, are very versatile, threatening defenses not only with strong arms, but also with their ability to run. Offensive coordinators are adjusting the stodgy old games plans and this season we have so far witnessed a wide-open game. I have not seen this much offense since back in the 1960s when the old AFL was competing with the NFL in the pre-merger years.

For the last few months, we have been working together to prepare for Week 1. We have studied hard and have either drafted already to fill our rosters, or we will shortly. By now we all have a solid comprehensive knowledge of the 2018 fantasy football player pool.

Yet, as we all know all too well, within just a few weeks we will start seeing names available on the waiver wire that we have not paid any attention to so far. In fact, there will be a few that we have not even heard of. That is part of the reason our game is so enjoyable.

Michael Nease brings you his insights each week for the world of Fantasy Football. Follow him on Twitter @mikeinsights

Over the years many readers have contacted me personally for lineup and other fantasy football questions throughout the season. I look forward to helping you in your quest to win championships this year. You can contact me with any questions or comments you may have at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., follow me on Twitter @mikeinsights, or join me as a member of Couch Tomatoes, my Facebook fantasy football discussion group https://www.facebook.com/groups/330237687362965/.

And now we look at more pressing information… It is the end of the fantasy draft season and many are done in these last days before the start of the season. Today we will look at players of value that should be available to draft in the last 1/3 of your draft. I have been keeping track of late round bargains and I would like to share them with you.

Michael Nease brings you his insights each week for the world of Fantasy Football. Follow him on Twitter @mikeinsights

Now that your draft is on the books you can just sit back, relax and play. Five minutes a week should be enough to do your lineup and you can just sit back and count all those wins coming your way, right. Pardon me while I try to control my laughter.

Michael Nease brings you his insights each week for the world of Fantasy Football. Follow him on Twitter @mikeinsights

Nine weeks into the season all 32 teams have played at least eight games. Now is a good time to sit back, pause for a moment and see where we are in this season fantasy wise. It is time to see who the best players have been and maybe reminisce about some preseason studs that have failed to live up to their pedigree, because of either injury or just plain lack of performance.

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