For most people, the fun of dynasty is hitting on prospects and rooting for them for several years, if not their whole careers. Not for me.
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Originally published March 23, Dynasty Rookies Are Free Money is part of our Memorial Day weekend free look at the best of RotoViz. Sharp dynasty owners will probably tell you that rookies are overrated and proven producers are the ones who’ll win you a title. Don’t listen to them.
Courtland Sutton was drafted No. 40 overall by the Denver Broncos. Though Denver has two established wide receivers under contract for 2018, Sutton should step into a prominent role as early as 2019.
When the Dolphins traded Jay Ajayi to Philadelphia, your first thought was probably, “What will this mean for Ajayi’s 2017 value?” Your second thought was probably, “Boy, I wish I hadn’t watched all of Stranger Things in the first 24 hours.” Somewhere around your tenth or twelfth thought was probably, “Hey, who’s
The RotoViz writers’ Slack chat is always full of football talk. Here are some highlights from this week.
Unless you’re sending or receiving trade offers, there’s little impetus to consider player values after the fantasy football season begins. You set your lineup, make your waiver claims, and sweat it out from Thursday to Monday.
Welcome to the post-Week 1 roundtable. We’re taking a different format this week: it’s a free for all, and we’ll cover whatever pops into our head.
The NFLPA filed an arguably premature lawsuit on Thursday challenging the “imminent” ruling upholding an Ezekiel Elliott suspension.