Whether you’re in a TD-only league or not, finding the end zone is obviously a key to success in fantasy football, fickle as TDs can be. So while we started putting out this preseason article to appease the TD-only dinosaurs out there (how you guys doing, by the way?), the fact is it’s a worthwhile exercise to examine which players have a little more going for them than most in the scoring department.
For the most part, we’re not going to take up our time and your time by writing about the league’s obvious choices in terms of scoring TDs. You already know who those guys are.
PLAYERS ADDED TO THIS UPDATE (August 11)
- Terrance West (RB, Bal)
- Rex Burkhead (RB, NE)
- Anquan Boldin (WR, Buf)
PLAYERS REMOVED FROM THIS UPDATE (August 11)
- Andrew Luck (QB, Ind) - The Colts still have no timetable for his return, so he could miss the start of the season. They may try to tie an anchor to his leg to keep him from running and endangering his shoulder once he returns.
- Sammy Watkins (WR, LAR) - The Bills traded Watkins to the Rams, which is major downgrade in both offenses and at QB, going from Tyrod Taylor to Jared Goff.
Cam Newton (Car) – In his six-year career, Newton has never accounted for fewer than 5 rushing TDs in a season, though he has “bottomed out” at that point in two of the last three years. ...