Fantasy Football 2016: Best NFL Offenses to Target in Drafts

August 28, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If you've ever played daily fantasy football, you'll know that it is sometimes wise to stack players from the same team. 
For instance, say the Arizona Cardinals are playing a weak pass defense—you'll want to stack quarterback Carson Palmer and wide receiver John Brown, or something similar. As a result, you can get the most bang for your buck if Palmer throws a touchdown to Brown.
The same ideology can apply in season-long fantasy leagues. 
I tend to look for a connection from a quarterback and a pass-catcher, especially the main target. This is because I consider it "double points," if you will.
In this slideshow, we'll rank the top eight fantasy offenses. Make no mistake, there is such a thing as overexposure to a single offense.
For example, take Palmer, Brown and fellow wide receiver Michael Floyd. At that point it's too much, and if the offense stalls out in a game, a good portion of your starting lineup would be toast.
Let's start wi...

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