O.J. Howard was drafted 19th overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, providing another weapon for quarterback Jameis Winston to utilize in a revamped Tampa Bay offense.
Mike Williams was drafted seventh overall by the Los Angeles Chargers. He enters a somewhat crowded depth chart, but given the draft capital spent and his collegiate resume, we could quickly see Williams fighting for significant playing time as a rookie.
Christian McCaffrey was drafted No. 8 overall by the Carolina Panthers. He will immediately reinvigorate a bland Panthers offense and provide a pass-catching weapon out of the backfield for Cam Newton. Although Jonathan Stewart will likely retain a portion of the early down work, his time as a fantasy-relevant back is
Corey Davis was drafted fifth overall by the Tennessee Titans to be their true No. 1 wide receiver across from Rishard Matthews. From a fantasy perspective, this hurts Matthews a lot, as it removes him from a target role that netted him a top-12 PPR finish. This also was not an ideal
During the three-day extravaganza that is the NFL draft, the Ultimate WR Draft Guide will help you find everything you want to know about receivers.
Yesterday we looked at Round 1 of our final pre-draft rookie mock. In this exercise we’re battling it out in friendly fashion with six drafters from Dynasty League Football.
With the NFL draft just a day away, we can take a look at the final pre-draft rookie landscape through our mock with Dynasty League Football.
Part of a bi-monthly series called Dynasty Stock Market. The first April installment can be found here. The March installments can be found here and here. The February installments can be found here and here. The January installments can be found here and here.
For most dynasty players, Thursday will mark the start of the off-season. However, the smart dynasty player should be trying to get a few moves in before the Browns are on the clock, acquiring players that could see a huge spike in value should their team not add competition through
In my previous article on 2017 Workhorse Scores, I noted that we need a way to include a running back’s contribution to his team’s passing game. This article introduces a way to do that.