EB19FB07-FC5A-4F64-89DF-648080806CE3
04 Apr 2019

Box Score Scout: Advanced Stats and Sim Scores for the Top 2019 Running Back Prospects

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The NFL draft creates an offseason hype machine like no other, and the reality often fails to live up to the buzz. The 2019 running back class fits that description – or does it? Curtis Patrick uses the RotoViz Box Score Scout to provide advanced metrics and player comps

baker-mayfield
18 Mar 2019

The 2 Biggest Risers in FFPC Best Ball Fantasy Football Drafts

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One of my favorite things about playing the best ball fantasy football is that the equation for an optimal build is constantly changing. I’m not talking about roster construction. I’m talking about specific player targets. A player I loved last week may no longer be a value after the right

tylerlockett
20 Feb 2019

Tyler Lockett Is the WR1 in Seattle

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In case you weren’t aware, Tyler Lockett is the WR1 in Seattle. This isn’t something new, the torch was actually passed in 2018. I expect Lockett to continuing carrying it though, so I figured it was time to sound the trumpet for the dynasty fantasy football masses. I don’t make

Nick_Chubb
12 Feb 2019

Fantasy Brownout? What to Make of the Cleveland Backfield in 2019 and Beyond

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Correctly valuing players in dynasty fantasy football is difficult even when we know all relevant variables (such as team, coordinator, and role). It’s an even more difficult task when a player doesn’t have a team, is suspended for an indefinite amount of time, and his backup played arguably as well

rookie rankings
01 Jan 2017

2017 NFL Draft Prospect: Mike Williams

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The 2017 NFL draft class is filled with intriguing wide receiver prospects, but there seems to be a lot of debate about who’s best. Is it the well-chronicled Juju Smith Schuster? What about the small school titan, Corey Davis? When it’s all said and done, it might be one of those guys, but my

curtis-samuel
31 Dec 2016

2017 NFL Draft Prospect: Curtis Samuel

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In 2016, the NFL saw a rise in the utilization of multi-skill players who can play out of the backfield or run routes as a receiver. Tyreek Hill and Ty Montgomery immediately come to mind. Additionally, running backs such as David Johnson and Le’Veon Bell are catching the ball with such frequency that they would

david-njoku
29 Dec 2016

2017 NFL Draft Prospect: David Njoku

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The 2017 NFL draft class is filled with talent at the tight end position. Dynasty players and college football fans alike are surely familiar with names such as O.J. Howard (Alabama), Evan Engram (Ole Miss), and Jake Butt (Michigan). While those names may be the most familiar, I’m not so sure that the best

davante-adams
09 Dec 2016

Dynasty Command Center – Buy or Bail? Davante Adams

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Winning dynasty fantasy footballers can never rest. Every news blurb, injury, big game, or depth chart update can change the short term – or long term – value of players in your portfolio or on your wish list. The dynasty command center is here to cut through the noise

Ezekiel Elliott
02 Dec 2016

Dynasty Command Center – A Late Season Redraft of the 2016 Rookie Class

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Winning dynasty fantasy footballers can never rest. Every news blurb, injury, big game, or depth chart update can change the short term – or long term – value of players in your portfolio or on your wish list. The dynasty command center is here to cut through the noise

rishard matthews fantasy
25 Nov 2016

Dynasty Command Center – The Late Bloomer You’re Underestimating

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Winning dynasty fantasy footballers can never rest. Every news blurb, injury, big game, or depth chart update can change the short term – or long term – value of players in your portfolio or on your wish list. The dynasty command center is here to cut through the noise