NFL draft position dictates early career fantasy scoring, but looking for prospects with elite college production is the best way to find bargains and players who will outscore draft expectation. Sure, it may take a while for some of those players to emerge when the deck is stacked
A year ago, Mike Williams was one of my must-avoid players, and then he struggled through an injury-plagued rookie season with 11 catches for 95 yards. That’s obviously not a great sign, but it may be worse than you think. Neil Dutton has shown that receivers with extremely
Darren Sproles is a trendy player in the final rounds of best ball leagues, but he’s not the best ADP value on his own team.
Last week a bunch of my favorite people participated in a best ball league for charity, and thanks go out to our ringleader Pat Thorman. Winnings from the 2017 MFL10 of Death went to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and I’d like to mention Sal Stefanile for helping to
The 2018 MFL10 of Death took place last week. The brainchild of Pat Thorman, it features a Who’s Who of the top fantasy experts, including Charles Kleinheksel, Denny Carter, J.J. Zachariason, Mike Clay, Rumford Johnny, Ryan Forbes, Rich Hribar, Sigmund Bloom, Raymond Summerlin, and Scott Barrett. Fortune has favored RotoViz,
As we amble our way through the post-draft doldrums and wait for the flurry of news that comes with training camp, best ball leagues are a perfect way to pass the time. Despite the lack of major developments outside of the nightmare for Hunter Henry owners, we still have MFL10
A year ago, Ben Gretch started one of my favorite leagues, a dynasty best ball format with 30 roster spots and an elite cast of owners that includes Brian Malone, Josh Hermsmeyer, Ryan McDowell, Evan Silva, Matt Harmon, Pat Thorman, Rich Hribar, J.J. Zachariason, Graham Barfield, and the two-headed FantasyLabs
With the 2018 MFL10 of Death ongoing, I’m examining the tactics that provide the best opportunity to win this season. Should owners target the elite tight ends like Rob Gronkowski and Travis Kelce?
The incomparable Ryan McDowell, celebrity commissioner to the stars and purveyor of innovative leagues for everyone, runs the HyperActive leagues when he’s not running everything else. Last week I had the pleasure of drafting in HyperActive 3, a two-conference dynasty format.
Playing real leagues with some of my favorite folks in the community is the best part of being a fantasy writer. The Faked Goods league is an offshoot of the podcast and co-commished by Chad Scott and Rich Hribar.