julianedelman
05 Jul 2016

Julian Edelman Could Lead the League in Targets

By 

This article is part of a series that is designed to look outside Odell Beckham Jr., Antonio Brown, and Julio Jones for receivers that could potentially lead the NFL in total targets. Being the NFL leader in targets is absolutely in Edelman’s range of outcomes.

tajaesharpe
13 Jan 2016

Tajae Sharpe: Your Generic Brand Tyler Boyd

By 

As the college bowl season comes to a close, our honorary addition to the coverage of NFL prospects is Tajae Sharpe. UMass is not bowl eligible since they only have eight wins in the four years Sharpe played for them. Despite this, we’re going to act as if it’s the

hunterhenry
02 Jan 2016

2016 NFL Prospect: Arkansas TE Hunter Henry

By 

Hunter Henry is the second highest rated tight end prospect in the Rotoviz Souting Index. You can see him play January 2 when Arkansas (7-5) faces K-State (6-6) in the Autozone Liberty Bowl. Henry is the 2015 winner of the John Mackey award for the nation’s best tight end and

jakebutt
01 Jan 2016

2017 NFL Prospect: Michigan TE Jake Butt

By 

Jake Butt is the top tight end prospect for the 2017 draft on CBS Sports and is one of the more interesting fantasy football prospects playing on Friday, January 1 when Michigan (9-3) faces Florida (10-3) in the Citrus Bowl. He is eligible to enter the 2016 draft, but has indicated

keenanallen
18 Jun 2015

Into the Crevasse: Using Injury Fears to Buy Rookies on the Cheap

By 

“Sometimes the only way back up is down. It’s 1994. I went ice climbing and fell into a crevasse. I hurt my leg, and I couldn’t climb back up, so fighting every natural instinct, doing the thing that seemed most awful to me, I climbed down into the darkness, and

dorialgreenbeckham
23 Mar 2015

Dorial Green-Beckham and How to Profit from Recency Bias in Fantasy Football

By 
maxxwilliams
09 Feb 2015

Maxx Williams is Kind of a Big Deal

By