The months of May and June are filled with Rookie Derangement Syndrome. The shiny new toys of the incoming rookie class are often inflated in value, and fantasy gamers consistently choose them over more proven veterans, even veterans that they previously loved. One strong example of this is Eric
RotoViz extensively covered the NFL draft with QB and TE models as well as multiple RB and WR models. During draft week, 24 writers penned 59 draft reactions. This week we released our rookie rankings. Twenty-two writers and dynasty owners ranked 60-plus rookies. This is a look at
Editor’s Note: John Lapinski won the 2017 RotoViz Writing Contest. His winning entry is here; the following version has been updated to reflect the NFL draft. If you’d like to write for RotoViz, we have a standing offer for new writers.
We posted our 2017 dynasty rookie rankings earlier this week; now it’s time for us to plant some flags as individual analysts. Here are five rookies I like more than our overall rookie rankings.
We just released our 2017 Post-Draft rookie rankings, where 23 RotoViz contributors ranked the rookies 1-50 (or even deeper in some cases). The composite rankings are great because the provide a bit of a wisdom of the crowd approach to rookie ranks.
After the NFL draft ended, and the people of Philadelphia booed Roger Goodell for the final time (at least to his face), the process of adding players who had not heard their names called by the NFL teams began.
Reality Sports Online provides an auction format that replicates a lot of reality concepts in its innovative contract league. Rookies are added through a draft. Veteran contracts are determined by auction. Franchise tags are available. The salary cap is $167 million, just like in the real NFL.
The RotoViz Dynasty League is a rollicking 19-starter, 60-roster spot format with full IDP.
As the embers of the 2017 NFL draft still smoldered, dynasty leagues fired up rookie drafts of their own. Over the last couple of months, I’ve taken over teams in Chad Scott’s Faked Goods league and Ryan McDowell’s Hyperactive format. Both of these leagues have two conferences, giving us four
Robert Davis was drafted with the 209th overall pick in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL draft by the Washington Redskins. The Redskins lost DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon, but Davis still enters a crowded depth chart, with Washington previously making some big offseason moves. If he can manage to see the field, he