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    Featured Article: Double-Dipping Delights

    By Jeff Paur
    RealTime Fantasy Sports

    Many fantasy trends come and go, but the trend of getting a quarterback-receiver combo hasn't disappeared just yet. And for good reason. It works. Getting that one-two punch at quarterback and receiver from the same team can produce big weekly fantasy totals. The key is identifying the right combo to target come draft day. There are several quality options to consider for the coming season.

    First off, consistency is a huge factor when applying this approach to your roster. You need to target a consistent offense throughout the season if you want your quarterback-receiver combo to pay dividends. Well, unless you employ this strategy in daily games, such as our FantasyScore game. It is very, very common for daily gamers to target a top quarterback-receiver combo each week. And we highly suggest you use that strategy for FantasyScore. Targeting a top quarterback-receiver combo with a favorable matchup is a great formula for daily game success.

    2014 fantasy points for current teammates	TOTAL
    1. Aaron Rodgers/Jordy Nelson			584
    2. Aaron Rodgers/Randall Cobb			556
    3. Ben Roethilsberger/Antonio Brown		554
    4. Peyton Manning/Demaryius Thomas		543
    5. Andrew Luck/T.Y. Hilton			528
    6. Peyton Manning/Emmanuel Sanders		514
    7. Tony Romo/Dez Bryant			        494
    8. Matt Ryan/Julio Jones			477
    9. Eli Manning/Odell Beckham Jr.		474
    10. Tom Brady/Rob Gronkowski			462
    


    Featured Team: Oakland Raiders

    Overall
    Quarterbacks
    Running Backs
    Wide Receivers
    Tight Ends
    Defense
    Kickers
    Key Additions Nate Allen, SS; Michael Crabtree, WR; James Dockery, DB; Roy Helu, RB; Rodney Hudson, C; Curtis Lofton, LB; Christian Ponder, QB; Trent Richardson, RB; Malcolm Smith, LB; Lee Smith, TE; Jā??Marcus Webb, T; Dan Williams, NT.
    Key Losses Tyvon Branch, SS; Vincent Brown, WR; Chimdi Chekwa, DB; Darren McFadden, RB; Denarius Moore, WR; Matt Schaub, QB; Pat Sims, DT; Antonio Smith, DT; Stefan Wisniewski, C; LaMarr Woodley, DE.
    OUTLOOK
    The Raiders are an intriguing team for the coming season. They have a lot of young, explosive talent on both sides of the ball. This team should make strides this year and be around a .500 team. The Raiders might be a few seasons away from a playoff spot, though. They still have some question marks defensively, especially in the secondary, and all the young players could cause for some growing pains along the way. Things are finally looking up for this franchise, though. Their arrow is pointing up.

    2016 Average Draft Pos

    Last Update: 04/29/16

    1.12 Antonio Brown, WR, PIT
    2.30 Julio Jones, WR, ATL
    3.35 Odell Beckham Jr., WR, NYG
    4.69 Le'Veon Bell, RB, PIT
    5.57 DeAndre Hopkins, WR, HOU
    6.35 David Johnson, RB, ARI
    7.97 Todd Gurley, RB, LAR
    8.56 Rob Gronkowski, TE, NWE
    9.73 Devonta Freeman, RB, ATL
    10.17 Allen Robinson, WR, JAC
    Complete ADP Listing

    2016 PPR Average Draft Pos

    Last Update: 04/29/16

    1.12 Antonio Brown, WR, PIT
    2.30 Julio Jones, WR, ATL
    3.35 Odell Beckham Jr., WR, NYG
    4.69 Le'Veon Bell, RB, PIT
    5.57 DeAndre Hopkins, WR, HOU
    6.35 David Johnson, RB, ARI
    7.97 Todd Gurley, RB, LAR
    8.56 Rob Gronkowski, TE, NWE
    9.73 Devonta Freeman, RB, ATL
    10.17 Allen Robinson, WR, JAC
    Complete PPR ADP Listing
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