March Madness is back and so is the RotoViz Running Back Prospect Sweet 16 Tournament. We take some of the top incoming RBs and put them through the brackets March Madness style.
March Madness is back and so is the 2017 edition of the RotoViz Wide Receiver Prospect Sweet 16 Tourney.
Freak Score is our scaled metric that uses height, weight, and speed to give an approximation of the TD-scoring potential for NFL prospects. The incomparable Calvin Johnson set the bar at 100. Julio Jones comes in at 84.
With all of the attention on the top RBs in the 2017 NFL draft class, Brian Hill appears ready to be a late round star.
In preparation for the RotoViz Radio 2017 NFL Draft series of podcasts, I was going through some different prospects trying to figure out which running backs had a successful combine. When I was perusing the data, one name jumped out at me for his combine measurables, and when I went
All that glimmers is not gold. This is my mantra when I sit down each year around this time to weigh the appeal of various tight ends affected by free agency. Why is such a trivial task so important you ask? Because exploiting an undervalued position like TE can lead to an incremental advantage
Dalvin Cook showed up to the NFL combine in a battle with Leonard Fournette to be the first running back off the board in the 2017 draft. With Ezekiel Elliott’s rookie success re-establishing enthusiasm for runners in both reality and fantasy formats, Cook was a near lock for the first
Continuing our look back at rookie running backs from 2016, we come to Denver Broncos RB Devontae Booker. How did Booker’s first year in the NFL compare with other recent RBs? Let’s take a look.
This is part of a bi-monthly series called Dynasty Stock Market. The February installments can be found here and here. The January installments can be found here and here.
Charles Kleinheksel has covered rookie wide receivers, I’ve brought you tight ends and quarterbacks. Completing the journey, we move on to first year running backs. And who better to begin with than the reigning NFL rushing leader, Ezekiel Elliott of the Dallas Cowboys?