Fantasy football is a game of finding inefficiencies in the market. Armed with the MFL10 ADP app, we have the visual means to help us find the players who have the best chance at beating the market and paying off at their current cost in MFL 10 best ball drafts.
The offseason’s trendiest team is the San Francisco 49ers. Their late-season turnaround, powered by the arrival of Jimmy Garoppolo, has drafters expecting big things for the offense in 2018. However, there is some doubt as to who will be the big benefactor at wide receiver — Pierre Garcon or Marquise Goodwin.
Fantasy football is essentially a game of finding inefficiencies in the market. Armed with the MFL10 ADP app, we have the visual means to help us find the players who have the best chance at beating the market and paying off at their current cost in MFL10 best ball drafts.
Originally published April 10, Is Jerick McKinnon Worth a Second-Round Pick? is part of our Memorial Day weekend look at the best of RotoViz. A few weeks ago I called the 49ers the most underrated backfield in fantasy football. While they weren’t efficient in 2017, they were fourth in the league
Not everyone came out of the NFL Draft with their dynasty and re-draft value intact. While there were a number of veteran players who are winners in the wake of the big event, several others saw their value take a hit.
With the NFL Draft come and gone, let’s look at some of the big winners and losers from the group of veteran players who were hoping they’d still have starting jobs come Monday.
With the 132nd pick in the fourth round, the Baltimore Ravens selected New Mexico State wide receiver Jaleel Scott. Scott brings height, weight and leaping ability to a Baltimore offense in need of playmakers.
With the 47th pick of the NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals took Texas A&M wide receiver Christian Kirk. Kirk should have no trouble immediately slotting in as the No. 2 WR in the desert.
With the 43rd pick in the NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions selected Auburn Tigers’ running back Kerryon Johnson. Johnson has an understated yet intriguing prospect profile, but lands in a crowded backfield. More on that in a moment, but first, a look at why the Lions made him an early second-round
With the second-overall pick in the NFL Draft, the New York Giants selected Penn State running back Saquon Barkley. Big Blue pegged Barkley as best player in the draft – positional importance be damned – and they’ll provide the prodigy with plenty of opportunity to show he’s worth the steep