One of the best ways to acquire premium assets for peanuts in dynasty leagues is by targeting sophomore players who disappointed as rookies. Less patient owners may be willing to part with a once highly-touted rookie prospect, especially if the production fell short of their elevated expectations. Tyler Boyd falls solidly into
In case you’ve forgotten, Jerick McKinnon bench presses 400 pounds, squats 600, and crushed every single event at the combine. Although question marks remain about his chops as an early down runner, he caught a career-best 43 passes last season and continues to flash big-play ability. At the
Both the RotoViz Dynasty Trade Calculator and Twitter account @DynastyTrades are an outstanding way to gauge the value of a trade. I was intrigued by the idea of bringing the two together. For this article, I created near dead-even trades according to the calculator, then put them to the test
Trading in dynasty fantasy football is terrifying and exhilarating at the same time. Acquiring (or giving up) a player has career-long implications. Many fantasy footballers double check their trades, sometimes in advance, sometimes in retrospect. I am personally addicted to the RotoViz Dynasty Trade Calculator and one
How does the 2017 rookie draft class compare to recent years? Are the players available to me 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
Isaiah Crowell played on one of the worst teams, with one of the worst offensive lines in all of football last year, yet showed remarkable efficiency, finishing as RB14 on only 197 carries. The Browns have invested heavily in improving their team. If Crowell can maintain his efficiency on an
In my last dynasty orphan journal, I chronicled my preparation for the league’s rookie draft. This time I’ll review that draft and talk about the players I selected, and why.
I’ve been writing about the same wide receivers finishing in the top-24 for a couple years now. The yearly PPR finishes offer clues to players’ potential futures and may possibly point to undervalued players in both dynasty and re-draft.
Like many RotoViz writers, I take a heavily numbers-based approach to fantasy football. In dynasty, whenever I get new ADP, is to compare current prices to expected prices, which I estimate using projections for next year and age. Large discrepancies between those two give me a set of players to
If you want to have a shot at winning your dynasty league, you’ve got to get players on your team who will provide outsized returns relative to the cost to acquire them. Based on his dynasty ADP, most people think Emmanuel Sanders is no longer a top-24 dynasty wide receiver.