Last Saturday night was a prime example of why I love college football so damn much.
Dynasty rankings are in constant flux, and staying informed is the key to making roster decisions for your fantasy football team. The Dynasty Watch series is your regular season guide through the shifting dynasty landscape. The first week of real games is the biggest infusion of new information we’ll get
The Dynasty Orphan Journal chronicles my attempts to turn an orphaned team into a league winner.
Elevated expectations are often the precursor to disappointment.
Dynasty rankings are in constant flux, and staying informed is the key to making roster decisions for your fantasy football team. The Dynasty Watch series is your regular season guide through the shifting dynasty landscape. This week, we’ll look at the fallout from the biggest roster cutdown day ever.
College football season is here! In this series, I’ll break down the top-10 returning college wide receivers from 2016 by dominator rating (DR), using our FBS WR database. If you’re unfamiliar with dominator rating, it’s a receiver’s combined market share for yardage and TDs. While it’s only one element
For better or worse, you feel different about your dynasty squad at the end of August than you did when last season concluded.
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