As we near the NFL Draft, we’re going to speculate on some best-case landing spots that have the potential to shake up dynasty drafts. Next up is Ronald Jones.
We recently explored the level of opportunity available for WRs on a team level in 2018 using air yards. Now we turn our attention to the running backs, which, as we’re about to see, is a different market.
One of the best ways to measure opportunity for wide receivers is by using air yards. It naturally follows that air yards is also one of the best ways to identify opportunities which have been opened up — or lost — from 2017 to 2018. This is especially crucial
A few weeks ago I called the 49ers the most underrated backfield in fantasy football. While they weren’t efficient in 2017, they were fourth in the league in expected points from their running backs.
The Patriots signed WR Jordan Matthews, formerly of the Bills, to a one-year contract. While it’s clearly a back-end wide receiver signing and he’s not currently a lock to make the roster, there are still many compelling reasons to like Jordan Matthews. Matthews can be a very good player –
Did you know that Leonard Fournette rushed for 100 or more yards in five different games last season? He also scored a rushing touchdown in eight different games. Fournette has the potential to finish 2018 as a top-three fantasy running back in 2018.
Finding tight end value in 2018 is tricky, but there is at least one free square on your TE Bingo card this year.
The Rams have been very active this offseason. They were mentioned as a potential suitor of Giants receiver Odell Beckham, but instead they made waves by acquiring Brandin Cooks from the Patriots. Los Angeles traded away the 23rd overall pick and a sixth-round pick to land him from the Patriots. New
Targeting the three least efficient rushing teams in the NFL might seem like an odd place to start in your search for a league winner at running back. We remember these backfields being so bad just a few months ago, we tend to think they’ll continue to be bad. That recency
After a TE13 finish for the Lions last season, Eric Ebron was released and signed with the Colts. Ebron was selected No. 10 in the 2014 NFL draft — ahead of Odell Beckham Jr. — and has mostly disappointed in his short career.