In this episode of dying on a hill for one player over another, I am here to plant the flag for Saints wide receiver Willie Snead over Jamison Crowder of the Redskins. My opponent, Hasan Rahim, has made a compelling argument in favor of Crowder…but he’s wrong.
Neil Dutton and Tod Burros analyze recent movement in My Fantasy League MFL10s. ADP risers, fallers, and player value debates.
In another of our current series of “One Shall Rise, One Shall Fall” style articles, aka the Fantasy Face-Off, I make the case for Travis Kelce over Jordan Reed in 2017.
It’s that time once again, the time in which we look at players on whom the MFL10 drafters have decided are about as popular as a tomato in fruit salad. I’m here to tell you if these three players are still worth picking up, despite their recent fall from grace.
Yes, dear friends, it is that time once again. Time for us to look back over the last four weeks of data to focus on players that have become more popular in My Fantasy League MFL10s. This time, we are looking at the period May 20th to June 17th.
It’s that time once again, the time in which we look at players on whom the Best Ball community has soured over the last four weeks. I’m here to tell you if these three players are still worth picking up, despite their recent fall from grace.
The offseason continues on at its own unique pace, and rosters of MFL10 teams continue to be completed. Here’s a look at four players who’ve suddenly become popular in the last four weeks.
This is an occasional column highlighting milestones in RotoViz history. The RotoViz Time Machine lets up hop back in time to April of 2013 — RotoViz’s fourth month in existence. So take a seat in our fantasy Delorean, slam down the gull wing door, and let’s kick this
Once again, we find ourselves looking at players who have suddenly become about as popular as a gastrointestinal accident while wearing a wetsuit. The best-ball community has soured on these players in the last four weeks, and I’m here to tell you why.
Following my award winning piece championing rookies that my fellow scribes are down on, it seems only fair that I turn my gaze in the opposite direction. To that end, here are players of whom I am less than enamored with, at least in relation to my colleagues