In the dynasty space of fantasy football, I like to consider myself well informed. I also enjoy the prospect evaluation phase for incoming rookies, especially wide receivers. However, before three weeks ago, I couldn’t have told you who the hell Keelan Cole was. Then, he went out and made this play
Fantasy football is always a difficult game to project. We rolled out of first projections in July and have been fine-tuning them as the season approaches.
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With Doug Martin suspended the first three games of the season, news out of Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp has been hot and heavy concerning their running back situation.
Not all dynasty acquisitions have to be of the blockbuster variety.
In this series, two writers take sides on a pair of players available at similar ADPs. Fortunately for me, I get one of the best running backs of all time in an elite offense.
In part 1 of our fantasy face-off series, Charles Kleinheksel laid out his argument for T.Y. Hilton over Allen Robinson. In part 2, you get my side of the argument advocating for Allen Robinson.
Until Week 1 starts, we’re left to speculate about roles and production all off-season. In a perfect world, our teams (fantasy and otherwise) will win, draft picks will produce, and players will remain healthy, or come back from injury without an issue. As we all know, that rarely
On the surface, a wide receiver from Purdue who wasn’t invited to the combine seems like an easy prospect to skip to over. However, there are several strong points on DeAngelo Yancey’s resume that we shouldn’t ignore.