As the 2018-2019 fantasy football season has come to an end, only few can say they were lucky enough to hoist their league trophy, while many can say they were so close. Nonetheless, while team owners begin to put the fantasy season behind them and await the arrival of next season, it is only appropriate to look back on the breakout players who might’ve won you the title this year, weep over the bust players who might’ve proved to be the reason you lost or construct an idea of who you might want on your roster next year.
Each fantasy season will undoubtedly showcase busts that plague a team owner’s roster; however, this year seemed to contain more than its fair share. The most notable busts of the season would have to be two of the top three picks, RB David Johnson of the Arizona Cardinals, and RB
On the other hand, though every fantasy football season features top players falling short of their expectations, breakout players are also sure to emerge. If you’re lucky, you were able to land or pick up some of these players and lead your team to victory. One of the better breakout players this season would be RB James Conner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who took over the role of
Overall, if this fantasy football season has shown us anything, it’s that you really can’t prepare for or predict what will happen. Top players that seem to have a clear path to success may suffer an injury or experience a roadblock that hurts their season. Players who seem like they will have little fantasy relevance in the upcoming season will suddenly emerge and become one of the top players in the league. The only