Fantasy Football 2016: Matt Camp’s Final Pre-Preseason Big Board

August 10, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The preseason was supposed to be underway by now, but a bad paint job turned the Hall of Fame Game into an extended victory lap for Brett Favre.
Truthfully, I’m not a big fan of preseason football. While many have been waiting since the final whistle of the Super Bowl, I’d rather just quietly skip the preseason and move right along to regular-season action. Of course, I say that because of fantasy football. 
If you’re in a keeper or dynasty league or for some reason you had to draft early, watching preseason action can be stressful. You’re just hoping everyone makes it out of their (hopefully) limited appearances without any injuries, but we know that doesn’t always happen. Ask Jordy Nelson, who’s still not back to practicing following last preseason’s torn ACL. 
On the flip side, the preseason is important for the development of young players and to those learning new offenses, whether it’s because they switched ...

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