In this Fantasy Face-Off, I debate Cort Smith on the topic of Theo Riddick vs. Paul Perkins. I’m here to tell you why Riddick is the clearly better choice.
In this Fantasy Face-off, Jeremy Marin and I debate Marvin Jones and Kenny Britt.
One of the most intriguing elements in the annual Scott Fish Bowl is the ever-changing scoring system. This year, Scott Fish made a point to completely overhaul last year’s scoring. Goodbye point per reception and point per carry, and hello point per first down!
As announced by their team twitter page, the Kansas City Chiefs have released veteran wide receiver Jeremy Maclin.
If you’ve been reading RotoViz for any significant amount of time, you’re undoubtedly familiar with Shawn Siegele’s Zero RB article. And while some may disagree after the 2016 “RB revival,” zero RB is a viable strategy in MFL10s, but it requires you to find consistent production in the
Chasing touchdowns can be a tempting proposition especially when playing in a best-ball format, but trying to profit by chasing past TD rate is a tenuous proposition, at best. After finishing 2016 with a 12.5 percent TD Rate, Donte Moncrief is a risky pick at the top of the fifth round.
And with that, the 2017 NFL draft is complete and we can move on from pre-draft speculation based on mock drafts, to assessment of player fit. We can officially move on from projecting draft capital to projecting fantasy impact, or in many cases, lack thereof.
Brian Hill was drafted 156 overall by the Atlanta Falcons. His arrival adds depth to a Falcons offense that already features two highly-productive running backs. One of our favorite players pre-draft, Hill is likely to be buried on the depth chart during his first season.
Zay Jones was drafted No. 37 overall by the Buffalo Bills. Now on a receiver needy team, Jones just saw his value increase in a hurry.
When Brandin Cooks was traded to the Patriots, a clear role was opened up within the Saints offense and “coincidentally,” in the weeks prior to the trade, they had signed a wide receiver fully capable of filling the Cooks void, Ted Ginn.