Finding a fantasy-relevant backup can often be the difference between making or missing the playoffs in your fantasy leagues. Twenty-six RotoViz writers were recently asked to name the backup or second-stringer that most people should have on their radar. They offered their picks, explanations, and actionable advice. Find it all
If you want to have a shot at winning your dynasty league, you’ve got to get players on your team who will provide outsized returns relative to the cost to acquire them. Based on his dynasty ADP, most people think Emmanuel Sanders is no longer a top-24 dynasty wide receiver.
I’ve heard smart people say, when asked about the 2017 class of prospects, “there’s no Amari Cooper here.”1 In other words, there’s no Okay, I’ve only heard one person say that. But I’m pretty sure it was Evan Silva, and he’s smarter than a lot of other fantasy analysts put
Robert Davis was drafted with the 209th overall pick in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL draft by the Washington Redskins. The Redskins lost DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon, but Davis still enters a crowded depth chart, with Washington previously making some big offseason moves. If he can manage to see the field, he
Jamaal Williams was drafted with the 134th overall pick by the Green Bay Packers as they look for an early-down runner to complement pass-catching back Ty Montgomery. This is an intriguing pick for the Packers, who would no doubt like to run the ball more often than they did in
Tarik Cohen was drafted 119th overall by the Chicago Bears in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. The Bears add to their running back depth behind Jordan Howard, as Cohen will compete for a role with Jeremy Langford, Benny Cunningham, and KaDeem Carey.
Cooper Kupp was drafted 69th overall by the Los Angeles Rams in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. An uber-productive collegiate receiver, Kupp arrives on a Rams offense that has few veteran options at wide receiver on their current roster.
In my previous article on 2017 Workhorse Scores, I noted that we need a way to include a running back’s contribution to his team’s passing game. This article introduces a way to do that.
Yes, you’re looking at the right image. Wayne Gallman. And yes, this is the same Wayne Gallman who couldn’t get out of the first round of the RotoViz March Madness RB Bracket against a player who’s not even a true running back.
Cooper Kupp is arguably the most prolific receiver in NCAA history—certainly in FCS history. He amassed 428 catches for 6,464 yards and 73 TDs during his four seasons at Eastern Washington. Draft analysts project him to go as high as the second round and as low as the