The months of May and June are filled with Rookie Derangement Syndrome. The shiny new toys of the incoming rookie class are often inflated in value, and fantasy gamers consistently choose them over more proven veterans, even veterans that they previously loved. One strong example of this is Eric
Once the NFL draft ends, there is one thing we can be certain of: Rookie Derangement Syndrome is going to set in. That means the hype and excitement over rookie picks are about to peak. Everyone wants to move up in the draft, acquire more picks, or simply get
Once the NFL draft ends, there is one thing we can be certain of every year: Rookie Derangement Syndrome is going to set in. That means the hype and excitement over rookie picks is about to peak. Everyone wants to move up in the draft, acquire more picks,
One of the industry leaders in fantasy football, ESPN, made some major changes to how they structure their fantasy game.
The NFL Draft is always an interesting exercise. It takes what we think we know about prospects and layers in information about a crucial aspect of fantasy football: opportunity. If there is a disconnect between our talent evaluation and our opportunity evaluation, we are forced to figure out which we
With the 2017 NFL Draft now in the books, we now need to spend some time analyzing the picks that teams have made. While taking a look at individual picks in a vacuum can be fun, it often helps to see things in the grand scheme of the team to
RotoViz has teamed up with TwoQBs to provide post-draft analysis of the 2017 quarterback class. Two QBs is devoted to 2QB and Superflex fantasy leagues and provides player evaluations and advice, rankings, and strategy. Anthony Amico’s work can be found here. Chad Kelly was drafted 253rd overall by the
Trent Taylor was drafted 177th overall to a San Francisco 49ers team that lacks any real distinction at the WR position after Pierre Garcon.
Shelton Gibson was drafted 166th overall by the Philadelphia Eagles. He joins what has quickly become one of the more crowded receiver groups in the NFL.
Wayne Gallman was drafted 140th overall by the New York Giants. He joins a crowded backfield with Paul Perkins and Shane Vereen as his main competitors.