That’s right… I busted a rap about fantasy football handcuffs. Although funny in nature, this rap drops some real knowledge on why you should or shouldn’t draft a handcuff in your league. Please make sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel, and if you really like the video, please like/comment/share. Thank you so much for your continued support.
You need a strong workhorse that’ll carry your roster but if he goes down then he’ll bury your roster.
And man, if I have to draft Arian Foster, I ain’t brand new, I’m handcuffing him with Alfred Blue.
As long as I got a bench spot he’s on my squad. In a deep league, wouldn’t give it a second thought.
Before I beat this subject to death with a stick, I’d have to say handcuffing Adrian Peterson is a waste of a pick.
With the 3rd overall pick, I select J.C. Jamaal Charles, handcuffing him with K.D.
Knile Davis. Ya, he’s the man, and if Charles were to go down, then both feet is where I’ll land.
To get value, I’m patiently waiting; in the mid-rounds, I’m drafting both Gurly & Mason.
I’d even handcuff Brandin Cooks with Nick Toon because if you’re No. 1 goes down, you’re screwed.
Ryan Mathews, that’s my handcuff. That’s my handcuff. That’s my handcuff!
James Starks, that’s my handcuff. That’s my handcuff. That’s my handcuff!
DeAngelo Williams, that’s my handcuff. That’s my handcuff. That’s my handcuff!
Jimmy Garoppolo… that’s not my handcuff.