eFootball: Release version is more like a demo

eFootball: Release version is more like a demo


It has been known since last month that the soccer game series Pro Evolution Soccer will be known as eFootball from now on. In addition, Konami is switching to a Free2Play model that is designed for the long term and is to be constantly expanded. But what about the release version that will appear in autumn this year? Konami recently provided the answers to these and a few other important questions via Twitter.

Accordingly, the launch of eFootball in the fall is in many ways more of a kind of extended demo with only a limited number of teams and game modes is available. This release version is intended to help the players get used to the new model and find their way around as quickly as possible. Konami plans to reveal more details about the scope in the next few weeks. Microtransactions and other in-game purchases will not be available at the beginning, but will follow at a later date. One of the first pieces of content that will appear following the launch is the so-called Master League in the form of a premium add-on

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Source: Konami (via Twitter)

Fantasy Football Rankings 2021: Sleepers from top model that predicted A.J. Brown's huge season

a football player wearing a helmet: Jan 20, 2019; New Orleans, LA, USA; Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee (89) catches a pass for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints during the third quarter of the NFC Championship game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. © Provided by CBS Sports

Jan 20, 2019; New Orleans, LA, USA; Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee (89) catches a pass for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints during the third quarter of the NFC Championship game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

With injuries to star players like Christian McCaffrey and Saquon Barkley, Colts' running back Marlon Mack's 15-game absence went under the radar. He tore his Achilles in Week 1 and, in his place, rookie Jonathan Taylor seized control of the backfield. Mack is expected to be ready for the start of the new NFL season, but will he be one of the 2021 Fantasy football sleepers? He averaged nearly 1,100 scrimmage yards and nine touchdowns in 2018 and 2019 despite missing six games.

Mack could steal touches from Taylor and Nyheim Hines, but which other players around the league fell off the map last year and could be NFL Fantasy football sleepers 2021? Before making any 2021 Fantasy football picks, be sure to check out the 2021 Fantasy football cheat sheets from the proven computer model at SportsLine.

Last year, the model accurately predicted a big season for Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown. The second-year playmaker had a fifth-round Fantasy football ADP, but the SportsLine Projection Model predicted he'd be a WR1. The result: Brown caught 70 passes for 1,075 yards and 11 touchdowns to finish as the No. 10 wide receiver in Fantasy football.

Additionally, it's called past Fantasy football sleepers like Derrick Henry in 2019, Christian McCaffrey and Alvin Kamara in 2018, and Davante Adams in 2017. Anybody who banked on players like those made a run at their league title.

The model is powered by the same people who generated projections for all three major Fantasy sites, and it beat human experts last season when there was a big difference in ranking. The projections update multiple times daily, so you're always getting the best Fantasy football advice.

Now, SportsLine has simulated the entire NFL season 10,000 times and released its latest Fantasy football rankings 2021, identifying several potential Fantasy football sleepers. Head to SportsLine now to see them. 

Top 2021 Fantasy football sleepers 

One of the 2021 Fantasy football sleepers the model is predicting: Jaguars running back James Robinson. The undrafted rookie was one of the lone bright spots in Jacksonville last year, as he piled up 1,414 yards from scrimmage and 10 touchdowns despite missing the last two games of the season. Robinson became the fourth undrafted player to rush for at least 1,000 yards as a rookie and ranked seventh at the position in Fantasy points.

Robinson's spot in the 2021 Fantasy football running back rankings fell when the Jags selected Travis Etienne in the first round, but that's exactly why he's one of the 2021 Fantasy football sleepers. With a shaky pass-blocking unit, the Jags won't want to throw Trevor Lawrence to the wolves by having him drop back 40 times per game. Thus, they will lean on their run game, and primarily on Robinson, while Etienne works mainly as a wide receiver during camp.

SportsLine's model pegs Robinson as an RB3 in 10- and 12-team leagues. It also has him on par with backs like Leonard Fournette despite the Bucs' back being drafted 20 spots earlier than Robinson on average.

Another sleeper that SportsLine's Fantasy football rankings 2021 have identified: Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton. The veteran receiver struggled early last season, failing to record a receiving touchdown in his first nine games in 2020. However, Hilton turned it on down the stretch, recording 27 catches for 435 yards and five touchdowns over the final six games. He was targeted at least seven times in four of his last five regular season games and is averaging over 15 yards per reception in his career.

Hilton has eclipsed 1,000 receiving yards five times in his career, and he's expected to be the primary target once again in 2021. That's a big reason why SportsLine's model ranks Hilton ahead of fellow wide receivers like JuJu Smith-Schuster and Diontae Johnson, both of whom are flying off the board nearly two rounds earlier than Hilton.

How to find proven 2021 Fantasy football rankings

SportsLine is also extremely high on a surprising quarterback you aren't even thinking about being picked in the middle rounds of drafts. This quarterback is listed as a shocking top-five option in the Fantasy football rankings 2021, ahead of superstars like Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson. You can only see who it is, and the 2021 Fantasy football rankings for every player, at SportsLine.

So which 2021 Fantasy Football sleepers should you target? And which QB shocks the NFL with a top-five performance? Visit SportsLine now to get 2021 Fantasy Football cheat sheets for every single position, all from the model that called A.J. Brown's huge season, and find out.