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
Earlier this offseason I created the new and improved version of my QB success model. The QB success model uses several machine learning techniques to find the important variables in predicting QB success and in the implementation of the success classification itself. I’ve updated the results with the actual
Davis Webb was drafted 87th overall by the New York Giants as a lottery ticket future backup to Eli Manning. As 36-year old Manning starts to slow down, the organization would like to have a future quarterback already on the roster, and Webb was considered by some to
The NFL Draft is always an interesting exercise. It takes what we think we know about prospects and layers in information about a crucial aspect of fantasy football: opportunity. If there is a disconnect between our talent evaluation and our opportunity evaluation, we are forced to figure out which we
Yesterday we looked at Round 1 of the RotoViz Dynasty League Rookie Draft. Today, we jump into Round 2 where numerous bargains await and our first IDPs fly off the board.
Jamaal Williams was drafted with the 134th overall pick by the Green Bay Packers as they look for an early-down runner to complement pass-catching back Ty Montgomery. This is an intriguing pick for the Packers, who would no doubt like to run the ball more often than they did in
RotoViz has teamed up with TwoQBs to provide post-draft analysis of the 2017 quarterback class. Two QBs is devoted to 2QB and Superflex fantasy leagues and provides player evaluations and advice, rankings, and strategy. Anthony Spangler’s work can be found here.
With the NFL draft now in the rear view, 2017 dynasty leagues can begin their seasons in earnest. The RotoViz Dynasty League is a rollicking, freewheeling affair created by Matthew Freedman and commished by Charles Kleinheksel. It’s full IDP with 19 starters, 60 roster spots, and a 7-round rookie draft.
Tarik Cohen was drafted 119th overall by the Chicago Bears in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. The Bears add to their running back depth behind Jordan Howard, as Cohen will compete for a role with Jeremy Langford, Benny Cunningham, and KaDeem Carey.
The bunting is beginning to come down in Philadelphia following the 2017 NFL draft. Mr. Irrelevant has read the name of the last player to be taken in the draft, the clubs have started ringing round their “priority” free agents to invite them into training camps, and NFL.com