In another of our current series of “One Shall Rise, One Shall Fall” style articles, aka the Fantasy Face-Off, I make the case for Travis Kelce over Jordan Reed in 2017.
Earlier this offseason I took an in-depth look at 64 improbable, but plausible, deep dynasty sleepers. Here’s the first in a series of occasional updates.
If you’ve read at least three RotoViz articles, you are more than hyper-aware of the importance of volume in fantasy football and how this impacts WR value. Just in case you need a refresher, check out the graph below which plots PPR points against targets.
In fantasy football, one of the toughest things to identify is breakout players, but identifying these breakouts is a big part of winning fantasy leagues. Eric Ebron looks like a premier breakout candidate this season because of his age, previous production, and average draft position.
As a rookie in 2016, Michael Thomas finished as the WR7. This offseason, Brandin Cooks was traded away from New Orleans, and drafters have been going nuts to grab Thomas.
Projecting future production in fantasy football is what keeps fake football writers up at night. That and the ever-creeping sense of existential dread we face. Or maybe that’s just me.
Around the ninth round of your fantasy draft, you may be facing the decision of drafting Kareem Hunt or C.J. Prosise. For most fantasy owners this will be strictly an upside play, so for this fantasy face-off, I’ll tell you why I’m selecting Hunt over Prosise regardless of your league
Have you ever played “Would you rather?” It’s a conversation or party game that poses a dilemma in the form of a question. The dilemma can be between two supposedly good options or bad options. Answering “neither” or “both” is against the rules. The RotoViz Fantasy Face-Off series reminds me
In this series, two writers take sides on a pair of players you can draft at similar ADP. I’ve got Devonta Freeman as the better bet, currently available as the RB6 (11th overall). Be sure to check out Eric Moody’s case for Melvin Gordon (RB4, 9th
Teams with uncertain committee backfields are ideal situations for the Zero RB drafter to find a valuable late-round running back with top-24 upside. Today, I am looking at the Cincinnati Bengals and Jeremy Hill.