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    The King’s Fearless Fantasy Football Predictions for 2018: I May Be Wrong, But …

    Scott Engel Managing Director August 24, 2018 6:23PM EDT

    Scott Engel’s Bold and Confident Fantasy Football Predictions for the 2018 Season

    Every season, we Fantasy “experts” project and predict as best we can in the quest to help you win your leagues. I have been working in this role for over 20 years now, and the best thing about doing this professionally is when readers and listeners tell me they have won their leagues because of my advice or tips. To me one of the biggest rewards of being a Fantasy analyst, is to help people have the most fun possible playing Fantasy Football, which happens when you win it all. Sure, what I do is not anywhere as important as being a doctor, fireman or a teacher. But I place a great amount of importance on making sure I can do my best to help you contend for that trophy. Of course, no expert is always correct, as we have heard numbers such as the best analysts are correct 55 percent of the time or so. In the preseason, however, we are all confident in most of our stances on players. Certain ones are more risky than others, but you don’t win in Fantasy Football by playing scared. So here is the annual presentation of my boldest and most comfortable Fantasy Football predictions for the 2018 season, with a lean to PPR formats. Hey, I May Be Wrong But …

    -Josh Allen will start at least 13 games for Buffalo this year and will help Kelvin Benjamin back to Fantasy WR3 territory.

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