14Team Mocker explains why he uses one MFL10 roster construction for all leagues, and why he is overexposed to a basket of players.
This article is a discussion of the strategy used in the startup draft of a new 14-team, best-ball dynasty league, with dynasty whiz kid Benton McDonald.
Once again, we find ourselves looking at players who have suddenly become about as popular as a gastrointestinal accident while wearing a wetsuit. The best-ball community has soured on these players in the last four weeks, and I’m here to tell you why.
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 is a bi-weekly article focusing on the latest risers in My Fantasy League MFL10 ADP via the Best Ball ADP App.
The world has gone on turning, the seas have kept on churning, dreams have gone on coming true or falling flat, and MFL10 rosters are still being filled. Here we take a look at players who’ve seen their ADP’s drop in the four-week period between April 7th and May 7th.
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.
This is a bi-weekly article focusing on the latest risers in MFL10 ADP via the Best Ball ADP App.