Admit it guys. As you hear about all the moves that many teams have completed in the last few weeks you have been making mental notes on the fantasy impact that each move could have.
That's okay; when it comes to fantasy football it is important to be up on the latest and greatest. How else are you going to know who is worth a first, second, third, or seventh round pick? Better yet--how better to know who the dark horse candidates are going to be?
Let's be real. Unless you are a complete idiot and draft a kicker and defense first you'll get value in your first two picks. If you go with the best remaining players you'll do fine for your third, fourth, and fifth. It's the latter rounds that are challenging; the players that may do well.
The ones that no one but you know about-- the dark horse candidates. This year the best dark horse candidate appears to belong to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Wide receiver Ifeanyi Momah.
If you said 'who?' that is okay. He is a dark ...