It is fair to say that 49ers general manager John Lynch is developing something of a wheeler dealer reputation during his first few months on the job.
Last year I penned a column called CFB Chronicles. I profiled standout performances from a 2017 draft prospect while adding historical context to the stats. The goal was to get a jump on the rookie evaluation process. This year I’ll be taking a similar approach with a slight
In the dynasty space of fantasy football, I like to consider myself well informed. I also enjoy the prospect evaluation phase for incoming rookies, especially wide receivers. However, before three weeks ago, I couldn’t have told you who the hell Keelan Cole was. Then, he went out and made this play
In dynasty fantasy football, strength begets success, and success begets strength. If you’re better than your league mates, you’re likely to have a good startup draft. Then you can exploit your advantage by improving your already strong team through trades with weaker, needier opponents. The cycle continues until you hit a string of
The concept of NFL players holding out is not novel, but in the modern era of fantasy football, it has taken on additional meaning as consumers of the NFL have increasingly narrowed their interest from teams to individual players.
The Dynasty Orphan Journal chronicles my efforts to turn an abandoned dynasty fantasy football team into a league-winner.
The Falcons have signed Devonta Freeman to a five-year, $41.25m deal through 2022. Here’s how the extension affects the running back group as a whole.
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Make sure these names aren’t sitting on your dynasty waivers before they make a splash in the preseason.
How does the 2017 rookie draft class compare to recent years? Are the players available at specific picks this year better or worse than the players available at those picks in other years? Should I be looking to use my 2017 rookie picks, or trade them? These are the questions