The 2018 NFL Combine is in the books, and that means it’s time to evaluate who improved their stock the most, as well as those players who may have taken a big hit to their NFL expectations. I asked two of our college football experts, Anthony Amico and Jordan Hoover,
We’ve asked our writers for their most controversial picks and probed their brains for roster construction strategies to find out if they prefer to Win Now, Win Later, or Win Always. Today we find out what they see as their best value selections in our
We asked our writers to explain their roster construction from our recent dynasty startup mock. Do you prefer to Win Now, Win Big Later, or Win Always? And will these different approaches actually lead to those results? The RotoViz crew debates.
We asked our writers to select their most controversial selections from our recent dynasty startup mock. The answers were terrific and included players who were too young, too old, too boring, or just played the wrong position.
The RotoViz 2018 dynasty startup mock is in full swing. We’ll look at this draft from almost every direction imaginable, including an explanation of player selection from the drafters, draft strategy, pick value, and more. While we work through the final 21 rounds, we can use the RotoViz Screener to build
Todd Gurley carried Mike Braude to a 151-148 victory over Evan Silva in the 2017 Apex Experts league championship. This month I’ll be recapping a few of the leagues I previewed last fall.
Jordan Chunn will lead Troy against North Texas in the New Orleans Bowl. The redshirt senior is not a big name, but any 235-pound back with 47 college touchdowns and 84 career receptions should pique our interest.
As we close in on the 2017 fantasy playoffs, it’s become increasingly clear that we’re witnessing one of the best running back classes in recent memory. With five stars who could be ranked in almost any order, I wanted to take a closer look at their scoring profiles, examine their
In building Zero RB super-squads with five or six top-15 WRs, you have to load up on stars early but also hit breakouts in the middle and later rounds. That means selecting young players with production that isn’t priced into their ADPs.
In 2015, the Zero RB target list included Devonta Freeman and Doug Martin. Martin went off the board at RB17 but finished as RB4. Freeman was selected outside the first 100 picks at RB29 but finished as the overall RB1. The 2016 list featured Melvin Gordon, my top breakout candidate and highest-owned