With the dust still settling on the 2017 season, we continue our look back at the rookie crop, specifically Tarik Cohen, through our RotoViz crystal ball, aka, the Screener App. While the Screener can’t foresee the future, it can give us a good idea of a player’s range of outcomes heading
The 2017 season was not exactly a banner year for rookie wide receivers. Chris Godwin, however, was one of the few bright spots with a strong finish after a slow start to his debut campaign.
With the dust still settling on the 2017 season, we continue our look back at the rookie crop through our RotoViz crystal ball, aka the Screener App. While the Screener can’t forsee the future, it can give us a good idea of a player’s range of outcomes heading
If you’re a true dynasty football die hard, the best part of the season is on the horizon. The actual games are great and all, but the period that covers the beginning of free agency through the kickoff to training camp is what gets a dynasty degenerate’s blood pumping. The first
If you’re a true dynasty die hard, you’re entering the best part of the NFL calendar — the offseason. The actual games are great and all, but the period covering the beginning of free agency through the kickoff to training camps is what really gets a dynasty degenerate’s blood pumping. The
On New Year’s Day, you’ll have an opportunity see see why there are those who suppose that the best back running back in the 2018 class is not Saquon Barkley, it’s LSU’s Derrius Guice. In the Citrus Bowl, Guice will showcase his considerable skills as the Tigers face Notre Dame.
It’s been up in the air whether or not one of the top running back prospects in the country will suit up and play when Auburn faces the University of Central Florida Knights in the Peach Bowl on January 1st. The Tigers’ Kerryon Johnson is coming off a highly-productive junior season but is
It’ll be Aggie on Aggie action as New Mexico State and Utah State meet in the Arizona Bowl on December 29th. The most prominent prospect on the offensive side of the ball is New Mexico State’s leading wide receiver, Jaleel Scott.
A probable first-round pick if had he had been eligible for the 2017 draft, Christian Kirk is back to try to win his first bowl game after falling short on the first two tries with Texas A&M. He’s hoping the third time’s the charm as the Aggies take on Wake Forest in the
Following in the footsteps of 2,000-yard sensation Christian McCaffrey was no small task, but Bryce Love made the most of the opportunity, very nearly rushing for 2,000 yards himself while taking over from McCaffrey as the starting running back at Stanford. Now, he and the Trees get to take on TCU in the