Too Early to Start Thinking About 2018 Fantasy?

The simple and constant answer to that question is no, of course not. Obviously we are still months away from fantasy draft time for the 2018 season and the Super Bowl hasn’t even happened yet, but why not. It is never too early to start planning for success, especially in terms of fantasy.  Next season is already looking like what might be the best year for fantasy ever. Yes I said it, EVER. With established superstars that have previously been locks to go in the first 2 rounds aging, players like ODB and David Johnson returning from injury, and the emergence of new fantasy studs all around the league, the 2018 fantasy season is going to be the best yet. Here is a look at what the first 3 rounds of many drafts will, and should look like:

Round 1: Le’Veon Bell, Antonio Brown, Todd Gurley, Ezekiel Elliot, David Johnson, Alvin Kamara, Odell Beckham Jr, DeAndre Hopkins, LeSean McCoy, Kareem Hunt

Round 2: Julio Jones, Melvin Gordon, Leonard Fournette, AJ Green, Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Howard, Christian McCaffrey, Dalvin Cook, Michael Thomas

Round 3: Travis Kelce, Davante Adams, Brandin Cooks, Russell Wilson, Kenyan Drake, Keenan Allen, Mike Evans, Tyreek Hill, Derrick Henry, Alshon Jeffrey

Notable other players that could easily climb into the first 3 rounds are: Zach Ertz, Mark Ingram, Carlos Hyde, Devonta Freeman, Saquon Barkley, Jay Ajayi, Jarvis Landry, Jordy Nelson, and Adam Thielen (Carson Wentz and Deshaun Watson could also both easily go in the first 3 rounds if they are healthy enough to start week 1)

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