In one of the most exciting days this offseason, the Buffalo Bills traded away Sammy Watkins to the Rams and acquired Jordan Matthews from the Eagles.
Recent reports out of Carolina indicate Devin Funchess is having an excellent training camp. Is it reasonable to think this will translate into a fantasy relevant season?
One of the most puzzling things so far this offseason is Dalvin Cook’s ADP in comparison to his rookie peers.
Reports suggest the Lions expect Ameer Abdullah to be their 200-carry workhorse. Is that a reasonable projection in Detroit’s run-challenged offense?
Throughout this offseason, Carlos Hyde’s draft position has continuously dropped. The factors behind his plummet are mostly narrative driven, whether it’s the addition of a fourth-round running back or the talk about the dumpster fire known as the 49ers offense.
Every offseason presents the opportunity to change any preconceived notions you may have on a player. This offseason I have flipped my stance on three different players based off of either information I had previously been unaware of or the debunking of narrative driven stances.
After hauling in only one reception for 15 yards in 2016, it’s fair to say that Laquon Treadwell’s NFL career didn’t start off on the right foot. Those who paid incredibly high prices to obtain him in dynasty drafts before his rookie season are likely feeling burned and regretting their decision.
In the fourth round of fantasy drafts, you may be staring down the tough decision of drafting Ty Montgomery or Spencer Ware. In a two-part Fantasy Face Off, Hasan Rahim and I will be sharing our thoughts on who we think you should take for the 2017 season.
Around the ninth round of your fantasy draft, you may be facing the decision of drafting Kareem Hunt or C.J. Prosise. For most fantasy owners this will be strictly an upside play, so for this fantasy face-off, I’ll tell you why I’m selecting Hunt over Prosise regardless of your league
It’s round three of your fantasy draft, and you’re on the clock. You’re staring down Alshon Jeffery and Demaryius Thomas, but who do you take? In a two-part article, Jeremy Marin and I will make a case for our differing opinions on which player to take.