This Fantasy Face-Off pits two of the most explosive young receivers in the league in Sammy Watkins and Davante Adams. I’ll stand up for Sammy, while Eric Braun defends Davante Adams as the better pick in fantasy drafts.
This edition of Fantasy Face Off pits two of the top three tight ends off the board in fantasy drafts. I’m going to lay out why Jordan Reed is the pick if you’re planning on making a big TE investment, while Neil Dutton will go to bat for Travis Kelce. Here
In this fantasy face-off, I take up the case for Tom Brady, while Joe Coccia goes to bat for Andrew Luck.
Kareem Hunt and C.J. Prosise are two running backs with similar value. Who do you take?
In addition to drafting wide receivers early, I also enjoy drafting WRs late. The middle-to-late rounds can also be fruitful places to find WRs. Today, I bring you a trio of WRs who aren’t getting nearly enough love. These double-digit darlings possess the potential to make their current ADPs
I jumped into the fray when RotoViz fired up its staff MFL10, hoping not to embarrass myself against some of the best in the business. And if I my dark horse somehow comes in, here are three players who are likely to play a huge role.
In this Fantasy Face-off, I go toe to toe with Charles Kleinheksel on the topic of Isaiah Crowell vs. Lamar Miller.
Jesse James is a name of allure this offseason. He is being taken as the 26th TE off the board, so he’s cheap enough to intrigue any miserly drafter. There are plenty of promising arrows:
In Part I, I broke down this best ball dynasty fantasy football league setup and in Part II, detailed the first 15 rounds of this 42-round draft. I recommend reading them first, but here’s the short version: 12-team (32-man active roster), best ball, head-to-head, Superflex, TE
There may never be a better year to go Zero RB. After last year’s running back bonanza, multiple wide receivers with prior 1,400-yard seasons are available in the second round, or even later.