The Hurry Up keeps you up to date on the latest news through the filter of RotoViz tools and related content.
One of the most challenging players to pin down this offseason is Terrelle Pryor. Pryor is currently going in the third round of fantasy drafts, so it is vital that we determine if people are drastically overpaying, if his value is right, or if people are getting him at a
I’ve spilled more than enough virtual ink on players I’m avoiding in the early rounds. It’s time to spread the love and look at the wide receivers that I just can’t say no to in 2017.
You know the feeling you have after the perfect fantasy draft? The one where your draft slot allowed you to grab a personal favorite in Round 1 and then back it up with your favorite strategic approach? It’s the reason fantasy football is so much fun, and the reason drafting
We recently rolled out a RotoViz Roundtable on rankings and projections, and some of the discussion centered on tier-based rankings. We’ve since received some feedback that tier-based lists would be helpful.
What can you expect from Detroit Lions running back Ameer Abdullah in 2017?
I was feeling awfully good about myself after drafting John Brown in the eighth round of the RotoViz MFL10 of death in the spring. Reports of Brown’s improved health were encouraging, and any kind of return to his 1,000-yard sophomore form would make him an extreme value.
Despite what its moniker suggests, even the staunchest of Zero RB zealots must draft an RB eventually.
Part three of a series going division by division to answer the question of how many fantasy producers each offense can support and discuss what that means for 2017 with respect to current ADP trends.
The concept of NFL players holding out is not novel, but in the modern era of fantasy football, it has taken on additional meaning as consumers of the NFL have increasingly narrowed their interest from teams to individual players.