Since the Browns began their analytics movement 16 months ago, we here at RotoViz have been big fans of their moves. Trading back for a surplus of picks, drafting Corey Coleman, and signing Kenny Britt this off-season have been some of the transactions that
In last week’s article, I used previous years’ ADP to pinpoint bounce back wide receivers. I noted that there were three reasons a WR saw his ADP drop: 1) an underwhelming year, 2) an injury that hampered their season, or 3) uncertainty with a scenario change. Here are three names that I am
“The time to buy is when there’s blood in the streets.” ~ Baron Rothschild
Part of a series of possible but improbable predictions by the writers at RotoViz. If these don’t happen nobody will remember, but if they do we’ll kindly remind you by filling up your timeline.
A forgotten wide receiver of the 2014 class, Quincy Enunwa has had little impact thus far on the football field and for his fantasy owners. But as a guy behind the guy, that could change in an instant.
The 2015 season was a far cry from Demaryius Thomas run of three straight top-5 fantasy finishes. Thomas is now the 16th wideout off the board in MFL10s; this is a massive drop from last year, when he was the fifth WR selected. A closer look at last year’s production and
The 2015 running back debacle is greatly impacting this year’s ADP. In these early summer MFL10s, wide receiver ADP has now surpassed RBs, creating value and opportunity to build a Robust RB lineup. Wide receivers are flying off the board with the top 36 going at times a full round ahead