Once the NFL draft ends, there is one thing we can be certain of: Rookie Derangement Syndrome is going to set in. That means the hype and excitement over rookie picks are about to peak. Everyone wants to move up in the draft, acquire more picks, or simply get
Once the NFL draft ends, there is one thing we can be certain of every year: Rookie Derangement Syndrome is going to set in. That means the hype and excitement over rookie picks is about to peak. Everyone wants to move up in the draft, acquire more picks,
If you’ve been reading RotoViz for any significant amount of time, you’re undoubtedly familiar with Shawn Siegele’s Zero RB article. And while some may disagree after the 2016 “RB revival,” zero RB is a viable strategy in MFL10s, but it requires you to find consistent production in the
This year two running backs – Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey – were taken in the first round of the NFL draft. In solidarity, dynasty owners are drafting them with top-three rookie picks. This synchronicity has occurred 18 times in the last nine years, with noteworthy results.
High-stakes player and RotoViz Radio host Jacob Rickrode shares his blueprint for building a consistent playoff team. He recently updated his famous article on Rookie Hit Rates for Rotoworld. I’ve found this process to be very successful in building dynasty teams that compete every year. I don’t believe
A favorite pastime of fantasy football analysts is guessing which rookie running backs will have the best opportunity. It’s an entertaining endeavor, but also an important one since it factors heavily into our draft decisions.
Chasing touchdowns can be a tempting proposition especially when playing in a best-ball format, but trying to profit by chasing past TD rate is a tenuous proposition, at best. After finishing 2016 with a 12.5 percent TD Rate, Donte Moncrief is a risky pick at the top of the fifth round.
A pre-draft look at the most overvalued fantasy football running backs. Similar to my earlier look at overvalued wide receivers, this analysis has one major difference.
A pre-draft look at the most undervalued fantasy football running backs. Similar to my earlier look at undervalued wide receivers, this analysis has one major difference.
The early rounds of 2017 MFL10 drafts are a chilling place to be. The dread begins to creep in late in the first round, once we leave the land of the elite eight, and doesn’t really ease up until the noose begins to loosen around the fourth round.