Currently drafted 26th overall in MFL10s, Jordan Howard looks overvalued. After rushing for over 2,400 yards in his first two seasons, an early third-round pick may seem like a bargain in these RB-heavy times, but the situation has been gradually worsening for Howard in Chicago.
The Patriots signed WR Jordan Matthews, formerly of the Bills, to a one-year contract. While it’s clearly a back-end wide receiver signing and he’s not currently a lock to make the roster, there are still many compelling reasons to like Jordan Matthews. Matthews can be a very good player –
After a TE13 finish for the Lions last season, Eric Ebron was released and signed with the Colts. Ebron was selected No. 10 in the 2014 NFL draft — ahead of Odell Beckham Jr. — and has mostly disappointed in his short career.
If casual fans observed anything in Super Bowl LII, it’s how fun and exciting football can be when two effective offenses square off. To beat the Patriots, the Eagles needed to be aggressive and innovative. Coach Doug Pederson had to play to win. Too often in the risk-adverse NFL, head
While the fantasy community has accepted Pierre Garcon as a value, they have yet to come around on Jeremy Maclin. Although Garcon is consistently more expensive, I prefer Maclin.
It’s been debated for years where owners should draft rookies in fantasy drafts. Recently Brian Malone wrote an insightful article explaining that you shouldn’t avoid rookies in fantasy football leagues. Rookies tend to blossom late in the season – especially running backs. By scoring well during the most
When attempting to win your fantasy football league(s), it’s always important to find value in your selections. In this article, I will identify three players who are being drafted earlier than they should be in PPR leagues. In other words, they are investments that are unlikely to return value.
With news of the Devontae Booker injury, who should you draft in Denver? Pro Football Talk reported that a wrist injury could cost Devontae Booker “up to” 6-8 weeks.
When I draft my fantasy football teams, I usually follow the best player available (BPA) approach. Frequently, BPA will morph into Zero RB based on the players on the board, but flexibility is the key.
One of the most undervalued players in dynasty fantasy football leagues is Joe Williams. Williams had an interesting route to the NFL, but I’m here to explain why he should be on your radar.