I’ve recently discovered one of my favorite prospects in this class, who almost no one seems to be talking about. Other than fantastic quick hits on Jerome Lane by Lucas Crocker and Shawn Siegele, there’s been virtually nothing written on the guy. But Lane deserves more attention, because
We won again! Thanks to Marcus Mariota and Delanie Walker combining for 60-some points and Allen Robinson and Stefon Diggs sucking up targets like a brand new Hoover, the Fantasyland FFPC team is officially .500 for the first time since Week 2 wrapped up.
The good news: We won again last week! We’re now 3-5 on the season. The bad news: Jacquizz Rodgers got hurt. Now, you may be thinking: Jacquizz Rodgers? Why, he’s just a RB fill in, he can’t have a meaningful impact on your team. To which I say two things.
November 1, 2016: RotoViz Radio: A Fantasy Football Podcast(@RotoVizRadio), featuring a discussion with George Kritikos of Dynasty League Football.
Another week, another loss. But fear not, we’ll keep recapping this saga.
Things are not going great for Team Fantasyland. I mean, Fantasyland itself is doing great. We just dropped a new episode about a fantasy league of Iraqi War Veterans which you should totally check out. But Team Fantasyland in the FFPC is a half-drowned rat seeking refuge in a dumpster
The original version of this article was a 5,000 word love letter to Stefon Diggs. It was hand-written, scanned, and delivered via carrier pigeon to RotoViz headquarters. Every “i” in Diggs was dotted with a heart.
In exactly one week, Fantasyland Host Peter Overzet and I will be drafting live in Vegas at the FFPC’s Main Event. If you missed our first article last week, we discussed the league format, our targets at the 1.06, and our nerves. Today, we’ll dive deeper into a specific element
For this week’s Running Back Opportunity Report, I’ll be handing out superlatives for 2015. Like every week, I’ll be using the Fanstasy Efficiency App to go beyond raw carries, targets and yardage stats to determine who delivered the most (and least) fantasy value in 2015.
Welcome to the Running Back Opportunity Report. The goal of this series is to go beyond raw carries, targets and yardage stats to look at the true opportunity each running back had to score fantasy points each week, and what they did with it.