As we inch closer to the 2017 season, Golden Tate is being drafted in the middle of the fourth round as the 23rd wide receiver off the board according to current My Fantasy League ADP.
Even after sufficiently smashing early career expectations as a fifth-round pick in the 2015 NFL draft, Stefon Diggs remains one of the more underrated wide receivers in fantasy football.
Going into the 2016 season, me and my RotoViz Report podcast co-host Anthony Amico were on an island, given our love for Jay Ajayi as a value in the middle rounds.
Dede Westbrook was drafted 110th overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars. He will compete with Allen Hurns to be the Jaguars outside wide receiver opposite Allen Robinson.
Former Washington wide receiver Pierre Garcon will reunite with his former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan in San Francisco in 2017. After initially debuting with just speculative numbers, it was revealed the contract is a five-year deal worth approximately $47.5 million dollars. While many believe the 49ers were fleeced by this deal, the issue is
So many running back fantasy stats leave me craving more context. Yards per carry and total yards may not provide the whole picture or give you the proper glimpse into what coaches are thinking. Thus, I set out on this project to solve that very issue. I call it the RB Rundown,
As the saying goes, life is all about perception. We don’t view our environments through the scope of absolute value, but through our respective perceptions of value.
Every year, there’s a running back in redraft leagues that is a fantasy dud hiding in plain sight. It was Trent Richardson in 2013, Chris Johnson in 2014, and Alfred Morris in 2015. These running backs were coming off seasons marked by highly inefficient play, but with a hefty workload that
The rookie apple of many fantasy analysts’ eye, Ameer Abdullah fell short of meeting many owners’ lofty projections in 2015.
Last week on my podcast, The Fantasy Forefront, with fellow RotoViz author Anthony Amico, we talked about coaching changes. One change I’m enthusiastic about is in Miami.