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
War! Since the publication of the RotoViz Rookie Rankings, the RotoViz Slack channel is filled with attacks against writers by other writers. There are heroes on both sides. Evil is everywhere…well, not really. But it is evident that certain writers have stronger feelings towards some players than others.
Not since Greg Bell suited up for the 1990 Raiders a year after scoring 15 rushing touchdowns for the Rams has a single-season rushing touchdown leader played for a different team the next season. Sadly, Bell’s landmark is now consigned to history, after the Eagles signed former Patriots running back
After the NFL draft ended, and the people of Philadelphia booed Roger Goodell for the final time (at least to his face), the process of adding players who had not heard their names called by the NFL teams began.
The world has gone on turning, the seas have kept on churning, dreams have gone on coming true or falling flat, and MFL10 rosters are still being filled. Here we take a look at players who’ve seen their ADP’s drop in the four-week period between April 7th and May 7th.
Continuing our look back at how each division fared in the NFL draft, our attention turns now to the NFC West. One of the few divisions to have sent every team to at least one Super Bowl since the dawn of the 21st Century, the Cardinals, Rams, 49ers and Seahawks
The bunting is beginning to come down in Philadelphia following the 2017 NFL draft. Mr. Irrelevant has read the name of the last player to be taken in the draft, the clubs have started ringing round their “priority” free agents to invite them into training camps, and NFL.com
The Dallas Cowboys used the 133rd overall selection in the 2017 NFL Draft to select wide receiver Ryan Switzer out of North Carolina. Switzer was the first offensive player taken by the Cowboys in the draft, as they used seven picks to try and bolster their defense ahead of the