Daily Domer May 30, 2015 John Heffelfinger Pitchers Stud Tyson Ross – Today is a weird day for pitching as there are some good pitchers going, but none of them really strike out batters. Kuechel has 49 K’s in 72 IP, Wacha has 35 K’s in 57 IP, and Ventura has 43 K’s in 54 […]
Matt Harvey – There are actually some pretty good plays for pitchers, but Matt Harvey is my favorite and safest play today. Coming off of his worst start of the season where he only threw 4 innings, I really expect him to bounce back today against the Marlins.
This is the second installment of a 10 part series spotlighting players that will make a significant leap in the 2015 NFL season. Each player featured in this series are prime prospects to target in season long formats, as well as early season DFS lineups before their prices rise. Let’s get into it!
This is the second installment of a twice a week presentation of each NFL team’s top fantasy players by position. The first four analyses will present the NFC North division. Check out our analysis on the Minnesota Vikings.
With these articles you will find a player from each key position to target in fantasy football. The lists will consist as to why they are chosen as the top player for their respective positions and teams, players poised to breakout or as sleepers, 2pt specialists and a new format based off of individual defensive players.
Corey Kluber – This for me is a pretty easy pick as Kluber has been scorching hot, and has a good matchup against the Mariners offense. He has 83 K’s in 69 IP while only allowing 66 hits and 12 walks. In his last 4 starts he has 44 K’s in 30.2 IP and his ERA has gone from 5.04 to 3.49. He has also pitched over 8 innings 4 times this year already which really improves his upside as he will have more chances to strike guys out.