Michael Crabtree was a revelation in the Raiders offense last season, and he’s being drafted far too low this year.
Source: Benjamin Watson of Baltimore Ravens expected out for season after tearing Achilles: Watson, who was the Ravens’ first free-agent signing this offseason, suffered the injury when he tripped over his feet while running a route over the middle. He was carried off the field and couldn’t put
The Best Ball ADP App has a neat feature that shows players whose ADP has risen, or fallen, the most over any given time frame. Are the risers now over priced? Are the fallers now bargains? Let’s start with wide receivers.
Last week we looked at supply and demand and learned how to use basic economics to approach auction drafts. Our discussion had a couple of major takeaways, one of which was that it is often best to consider positional tiers when determining the prices that we would be willing to pay
“The time to buy is when there’s blood in the streets.” ~ Baron Rothschild
The Jaguars and Raiders both had a surprise breakout offense last year, bringing fantasy glory. Is there a team like that this year?
I’ve been playing fantasy football for 17 seasons, and have done dozens of drafts each year for as long as I can remember. This is relevant only in that I’ve done a lot of drafting, and in that time there is a specific strategy I’ve come to employ that I
No one can remember what Vincent Jackson does on a football field, and that’s a good thing.
Ezekiel Elliott is being drafted in the first round of fantasy drafts, and he hasn’t played a professional snap just two weeks before the season begins.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins is badly outplaying Cameron Brate in the preseason, and fantasy drafters haven’t caught on yet.