FANTASY FOOTBALL 2019 BEAST SEASON RECAP: COOKING UP CHAMPIONSHIPS! *TESTIMONIALS ON BOTTOM/COMMENTS OPEN*

FANTASY FOOTBALL 2019 BEAST SEASON RECAP:

COOKING UP CHAMPIONSHIPS!

By Muntradamus

BEAST DOME NATION.

Another Fantasy Football season in the Book. Well not yet, still plenty of time to win 7 Figures and change your life forever. However the Regular Season of Fantasy Football is done. BEAST DOME started mid-2010 Fantasy Football season, and there will be a special ALL BEAST ALL DECADE article coming out before the end of the year. However before we jump ahead and even jump into the Future of BEAST DOME. Let us focus on this years Draft Guide.

Before we focus on this years Draft Guide, let us look back at me calling everyone out this Preseason and leading people down the right path if they listened.

FREE BUST GUIDE

Round 1: David Johnson

Round 2: Todd Gurley

Round 3: Damien Williams

Round 4: Amari Cooper

Round 5 & 6: David Montgomerey/Tarik Cohen

Round 7: Robby Anderson

Round 8: Darrell Henderson

Round 9: Dante Pettis

Round 10: Kyler Murray

ZEKE + MELVIN GORDON HOLDOUT READ

*Everyone was telling people to waste a 3rd/4th Round pick on Ekeler who was a RB3 at best once Gordon returned. Tony Pollard who they said take in Round 8 instead of some of the great BEAST Dome Values below, we know how that ended up.

THEN MY HARLEM GLOBE TROTTER TOUR

A MAN WHO WAS PASSIONATE ABOUT DARRELL HENDERSON


The guy still won’t answer my message when I ask him if he will admit he was wrong about “HENDY”

3 WRS THAT WILL BUST YOUR DRAFT

Cooper only had 1 Double Digit game from November 17th to the end of the year, including a total of 3 Fantasy Points in Week 15 + 16 combined.  Lockett 1 Double Digit game since November 11th. Mike Williams, as expected Bust.

3 RBS THAT WILL BUST YOUR DRAFT

David Montgomerey, Rashaad Penny, and Sony Michel. All Busts.

3 QBS THAT WILL BUST YOUR DRAFT

Josh Allen, Cam Newton, and Kyler Murray. Did not turn out well for those calls from my guest.

 

I PRESENT TO YOU.. THE BEAST DOME STRATEGY

QB

The strategy this season was loaded and simple. Go after Drew Brees. Everyone was undervaluing him as he was on the board as the #9 QB available in the 6th or 7th Round of every Draft. Target Acquired. Kirk Cousins and Tom Brady were the backups, and Jacoby Brisset was the QB who all the MVPs added when Brees went down.

 

Drew Brees averaged over 300 Yards and 2.5 TDs/Game had he been healthy. His stats would have been better than Tom Brady’s most recent MVP season averaged out to a full season. Brady was key to start the year when he was needed with Brees down, then Brady lost his weapons. Kirk Cousins picked up the slack to hand it off to Brees in the end.

RB

RB was an interesting position for the BEAST DOME strategy. Round 1 it was to get either Kamara or Lev’Bell, neither worked out really but at least were manageable RB2, not exactly what we drafted them to be. However all the RBs Round 3+, those RBs I slipped out were the difference especially drafting Carlos Hyde & Go BEAST with no resistence. How many 1,000 Yard Rushers do you count?

Had everyone draft Melvin Gordon no problem easy snag. Marlon Mack was an easy steal, Devonta was great when healthy, Mark Ingram was a BEAST. All amazing values at the point they were drafted.

Than the late guys, Latavius was a RB1 for 2 weeks when Kamara was out, the reason we drafted him. Hyde is the best RB call of anyone as he is on pace for a potential 1,200 Rushing Yards. Will be updated Sunday. Then you got, AP + Jones + Hunt + Edwards + Burkhead all great deep sleepers.

Most noteable on the BUST side.

Nearly every pick was a BUST including Hendy + Darwin + Damien Williams + David Montgomery, the whole Motley crew. Drafting Conner or David Johnson in Round 1/2 ended your season. Some experts had David Johnson as the #1 Pick.

WR

Year after year, the WR strategy always comes clutch. Mike Thomas was the #1 WR on my rankings as was nothing short of a BEAST. Later round WR sleepers always come in hand, and this year was no exception to the rule.

Landry was great the 2nd half of the year and was a vital part of the Draft Strategy the round before you drafted Jared Cook. Alshon was good when healthy, Sutton and Sanders were both great values. The rest were a lot of injuries. Happens, but there was enough value around to bang out a good team. Most important we avoided all the BUSTS. Not shown is Edelman who was also a featured WR in the Draft Guide in Round 4 if he fell, which he did. That is if Marlon Mack was not on the board, which he was.

TE

The Jared Cook strategy, everyone was told they must draft Jared Cook. He was the First Commandement in my Draft Day Commandments. How did his season turn out? Did nothing Week 1, Drew Brees got hurt Week 2. Everyone was getting frustfrated and wanted to get rid of him by Week 4, but I started to yell at people to keep him and hold on. Season started to turn around with a couple TDs, then he got injured, then people were asking if they should waive him, I got angry at them so more.

Cook finishes the regular season as the #6 TE, only played 13 games, 2nd in TDs for the entire position, however most important of all. The #1 TE the last 3 Weeks of the season to take it home.

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I think this says it all right here.

I see the trends before the other sites do. Check out the Rankings above, find me a site that can show you better. I love them all and wish them all the success, but there is a difference between a sheep and a BEAST. I want to help you all and that is why I am making my programs Free in the Future with Deposits on Fantasy Sports sites.

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BEAST SEASON 2020 PACKAGES COMING NEXT WEEK

2 Comments

  1. Let me sum up Beast Dome 2019 in one word: Championship.
    10th year in my league, 2nd championship, first with Beast Dome MVP. I won my first back in the day when I was just an average joe, parsing every free word on beastdome.com, sweating out my regular season. That year I gleaned just enough info to trade for Peyton Manning during his record breaking season to run away with the chip, this year was a different story all together. After following the draft strategy to a “T”, stacking Brees, Thomas, and Cook, my team was on autopilot. I cruised through the regular season and I think I surprised Munt by logging back in week 1 of the playoffs, not because my team wasn’t stacked, just cause I hadn’t needed his help all season. When the BEAST tells you “roll with your stars, your lineup is stacked” in the playoffs, you know a title is in the books. My advice to all players: If you enjoy the thrill of sweating out every lineup, waiver wire, and trade decision ever, if you like second guessing, if you like drafting busts, DONT become an MVP. If you like winning your league sign-up TODAY. 2019: EASIEST. CHAMPIONSHIP. EVER.
    BEAST!!!

  2. Hey Munt,

    Just want to post a big thank you for the amazing preseason beast guide. This was my third year using the guide, and here were my results:

    5 leagues:
    Playoffs: 5/5
    Regular Season First Place: 2/5
    League Titles: 1/5
    Net Profit: $1200

    I had a personal belief in Lamar Jackson this year as my QB1, but by and large the Beast Dome draft guide was my bread and butter. Lots of MT, Melvin Gordon, Sutton/Sanders, Hyde, Jared Cook who was clutch at the end. You sir are a national treasure. Happy Holidays and keep up the great work in 2020.

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