brycelove1
22 Sep 2017

When The Devy Breaks: Bryce Love Emerging

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I’ve been a vocal proponent of Lamar Jackson – not just as the most electric athlete we’ve seen in college football in years, but also as a future NFL quarterback. But I must admit, his performance against Clemson is difficult to defend, even for me. Jackson was rendered

lamarjackson2
15 Sep 2017

When The Devy Breaks: Lamar Jackson Is A Unicorn

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Last Saturday night was a prime example of why I love college football so damn much.

joshadams1
08 Sep 2017

When The Devy Breaks: Tough Test For Josh Adams

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Elevated expectations are often the precursor to disappointment.

camakers
30 Aug 2017

When The Devy Breaks: The Debut of Cam Akers?

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Last year I penned a column called CFB Chronicles. I profiled standout performances from a 2017 draft prospect while adding historical context to the stats. The goal was to get a jump on the rookie evaluation process. This year I’ll be taking a similar approach with a slight

Doug Baldwin
19 Aug 2017

Doug Baldwin Is Small, Slow, And Old. Sound Familiar?

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During last night’s Seattle/Minnesota preseason game, FantasyADHD made an interesting claim regarding Doug Baldwin.

canada1
17 Jul 2017

CFB Chronicles: Offensive Coordinators On The Move

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Three major college football programs – Alabama, Ohio State, and LSU — added new offensive coordinators this offseason. These personnel moves will not only affect their overall success in 2017 but will also play a role in shaping the 2018 draft class.

Duke Johnson
03 Jul 2017

My Favorite Dynasty Buy-Low Target: Duke Johnson

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If you’re a seasoned dynasty owner, the concept of buying low is probably a familiar idea. Investing in players when their perceived value is lower than it should be is probably the quickest way to make a positive impact on your roster.

JordyNelson
30 Jun 2017

Fantasy Face-Off: Take Jordy Nelson over Michael Thomas

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For this installment of our Fantasy Face-Off series, Devin McIntyre and I will debate the merits of Michael Thomas and Jordy Nelson.

DerekCarr
28 Jun 2017

Projected Wins and Historical Splits for QBs

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Projecting future production in fantasy football is what keeps fake football writers up at night. That and the ever-creeping sense of existential dread we face. Or maybe that’s just me.

jarvis landry
20 Jun 2017

Projected Wins and Historical Splits for WRs

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Projecting future production in fantasy football is what keeps fake football writers up at night. That and the ever-creeping sense of existential dread we face. Or maybe that’s just me.