Teams are trending toward offensive line continuity in a copycat league where the two squads in the Super Bowl happened to value it as much as anyone.
Panthers WR D.J. Moore is next up as we take a look at the most comparable players for the 11 best rookie WRs from the 2018 class.
While signings and trades involving Le’Veon Bell, Odell Beckham, and Antonio Brown have reshaped the fantasy landscape, all three players will remain megastars. In free agency, the moves that make the biggest difference for fantasy owners are often the little ones, tiny shifts in the tectonic plates that lead to
Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton is next up as we take a look at the most comparable players for the 11 best rookie WRs from the 2018 class.
A year ago, the Detroit Lions took the decision to rid themselves of Eric Ebron, after a fairly underwhelming run in the Motor City. Ebron landed with the Indianapolis Colts, and people wondered whether he would be able to coexist with the incumbent Jack Doyle, to become a
Will Adam Gase and Sam Darnold vault Le’Veon Bell back into the elite tier of fantasy running backs in 2019? Dave Caban says no, but I say yes.
Dave Caban explains why Le’Veon Bell will not be a top-five fantasy running back in his first season with the New York Jets.
Wide receiver John Brown signed a three-year, $27M contract with the Buffalo Bills this week, $11.7M of which is guaranteed.
Now that the combine is over, it’s time to take a second look at incoming prospects and today, I’ll focus on former Texas A&M running back, Trayveon Williams.1 The original, pre-combine version of this article was published on December 31, 2018. (back) The original, pre-combine version of this article was published
With Mark Ingram’s signing in Baltimore, he escapes the massive shadow of Alvin Kamara. But what does it mean that he now shares a backfield with the game’s top running quarterback, Lamar Jackson?