With the NFL Draft in the rear view and rookie drafts an omnipresent feature of the fantasy landscape, it’s time to turn our attention to the summer’s other highlight: MFL10s. To jump into what will be our extensive best ball coverage, I thought it might be fun to look at the
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Earlier we took a look at the 2016 wide receiver class through the lens of expected ADP based on NFL draft position, and found that the class (with one exception) looks historically overvalued. Now it’s time to look at 2016’s running backs, with particular focus on the top
There was a lot of talk leading into the NFL draft about how weak the crop of receivers was this year, and the amount of total draft capital spent on receivers was the lowest we’ve seen in nearly 20 years.
I recently made a trade in a dynasty league where I moved up from the 1.06 pick to 1.03. The magnitude of these three spots seems substantially higher this year than in most others. Within hours of acquiring the 1.03 pick, I had several owners offering to trade for it. I
These early months of 2016 are unlike anything we have seen in fantasy football history. The entire community has begun to wait on quarterback. Late round QB is sweeping the nation.
Here at RotoViz, we are not typically fans of running backs. Sure, maybe we like a runner or two, but overall, we have been telling you to skip on the RBs, and draft wide receivers. And for good reason, as the production we have seen from RBs has come down
Zach Ertz is a hot tight end name recently. He’s currently listed as TE7 in the Best Ball ADP App and TE6 in the Dynasty ADP App. Here are the three important statistics you need to know before investing in him for 2016 and beyond.
In 2015 Jordan Reed owners had a win rate of 19.1 percent, the fourth best overall and trailing only the owners of Devonta Freeman, DeAngelo Williams, and Julio Jones.
In this article we’ll take a quick look at three veteran fantasy football assets whose value is potentially threatened by the 2016 NFL Draft.