With the season-ending injury to Hunter Henry, there are fantasy points to go around in the Los Angeles Chargers’ receiving game. And while Keenan Allen will inevitably take a large percentage of the available targets, there’s likely going to be a second viable fantasy option. Although Mike Williams is a possible breakout candidate, Tyrell Williams is the
When playing fantasy, sometimes you target players who are real-life superstars and other times, you find the value amidst the rest.
Coffee or tea? Boxers or briefs? PPR or Standard? These are the age-old debates that define us. Over the coming weeks, our writers will add a few more to this list. That’s right — it’s rap-battle season.
Originally published May 7, Three UDFA Running Back Sleepers to Watch is part of our Memorial Day weekend free look at some of the best from RotoViz. Before the combine, I presented 10 sleeper running backs to watch who were projected as either final-round selections or undrafted free agents. And while the
Boom/Bust players found in the late rounds of drafts can sometimes be the difference between a cashing team or a team that is on the bubble.
D.J. Chark was drafted at No. 61 overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars. As a second-round selection, we gain some clarity about what to expect in terms of his NFL usage.
Calvin Ridley was drafted No. 26 overall by the Atlanta Falcons. Now officially on a receiver needy team, Ridley becomes a fantasy asset with projectable volume.
Throughout the offseason, RotoViz writers will be sharing with you our favorite picks in each round of fantasy drafts. Today I give you my favorite pick in the 14th round: Andy Dalton.
It’s been a forgettable three-year run for Dez Bryant, and now that his acquisition cost is significantly lowered, it’s time to buy. Whether those years were due to QB play, bad injury luck, or the offense moving away from Bryant, he’s a proven NFL performer, and he’s likely at his
For the last two seasons, I’ve identified late-round options in best ball leagues with week-winning potential. My 2016 results were successful in identifying options at quarterback, running back, and wide receiver, with the only notable miss at tight end. In 2017, I prepared the article early in the offseason and