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.
Last off-season, I found four candidates poised to be later-round values due to their highly volatile scoring trends. Mentioned within that article were the overall QB8, RB8, and WR27. The only noticeable miss was at tight end position. I’m back again this year to find some late-round gems that could
With all of the attention on the top RBs in the 2017 NFL draft class, Brian Hill appears ready to be a late round star.
In 2016, fantasy players who ignored the risks presented by Le’Veon Bell and David Johnson were rewarded with successful seasons. While they’ll likely remain good players in 2017, they’re due for a significant amount of regression.
This is likely the first of several articles that I’m going to write about my second favorite prospect in this draft, Isaiah (Zay) Jones.
With the 2016 fantasy season over, I’m here to remind you to take player notes now for your 2017 redraft leagues.
Spencer Ware is the start of the week at the running back position, in both season and DFS formats.
Oh, you want some bold predictions? You can’t handle my bold predictions! But I guess since you asked so nicely, here are my ten predictions for 2016 that will surely leave you shaking your head, but upon closer review are surprisingly within the realm of possibility.