Martavis Bryant has reportedly gained 15-20 pounds, and is connecting on 40 yard bombs for touchdowns from Ben Roethlisberger in training camp. National sources are ecstatic about his potential for a break-out this year. How much substance is there in this discussion, and how much of it is noise?
This piece was really inspired by Shawn Siegele’s piece projecting Sam Bradford to throw 50 touchdowns. After reading that article I immediately thought of Mike Evans as a guy who, just like Bradford, has a chance to really burn up fantasy leagues if a few things bounce his way. Evans was,
Sorry for being a degenerate, but while perusing NFL futures today, I couldn’t help but notice something strange. As many football fans know (especially DFS players) the Las Vegas betting market is a pretty efficient place for understanding how the smartest football minds value teams, players and likely outcomes. Piggybacking
“The best time to buy is when there’s blood in the streets.” -J.P. Morgan Don’t let ADPs fool you, they actually still play football in St. Louis. For some reason, Jeff Fisher is still the head coach, despite only winning 34 games in his last 5 seasons. While offensive coordinator
The No. 1 question about Zero RB is a simple one. Where do you find running backs? The NFL Draft. Rookies tend to be overvalued in fantasy, but inefficiencies in the draft process tend to balance that equation. Breakout RBs. I examined my process for finding breakout runners in Zero
Breshad Perriman Ran with the ones today. So much for Kamar Aiken running with the ones, as he did during OTAs. We disparaged Aiken’s chances of making an impact earlier this offseason. Of course, we highlighted Darren Waller as a deep sleeper likely to overtake him. But ESPN recently projected
During the 2013 and 2014 NFL seasons, I did separate weekly rundowns of the running back and wide receiver positions on a team-by-team basis. Respectively, these posts were called the Backfield Report and the Wideout Report. This year, I am consolidating the two columns into one document, The Position Report,
I’m going to do you a favor: If you don’t like to take risks, just stop reading now. Seriously, what I am going to propose to you in this piece is not for the faint of heart. You should draft Geno Smith. And not only that, in leagues where you don’t
The time is finally here. That’s right, today I unveil the top six players I am looking to build around this summer. I’ve already covered players 7-12, 13-18, and 19-24. Here are the best of the best.
Last time, I provided you with players 19-24 and 13-18 that will help you stack titles in 2015. Today we dive into players 7-12.