Following a strong junior season, Dillon Mitchell has decided to forgo his final year of eligibility at Oregon and enter the NFL Draft. The 6-foot-1-inch, 189-pound wide receiver led the Pac-12 in yards receiving (1,184) in 2018 serving as the clear number one option for quarterback Justin Herbert. Does Mitchell profile
With the 2018 NFL season now seeming a long way in the past, we are continuing our look back at the performances of some of the players for whom 2018 was their first taste of NFL action. In this piece, we’ll look at a player who achieved the rarest of
Tre’Quan Smith is next up as we continue the countdown of the best historical comparables for the top-11 rookie wide receivers of 2018.
Although NFL sabermetrics aren’t on the same level as MLB sabermetrics, we can utilize Pythagorean wins to establish baseline expectations for 2019. Pythagorean wins are used to determine the number of games a team “should have won” based on their scoring margin.
What the 2018 class of rookie wide receivers lacked in top-end talent, it made up for in depth, with 11 different wide receivers scoring at least 96 fantasy points in their maiden year. Next up in our look at the historical comparables for the class is Bills WR Robert Foster.
As a secondary option in a run-oriented offense at Georgia for the last two seasons, Mecole Hardman has largely stayed out of the national spotlight. And while his production profile isn’t spectacular there are reasons to like his chances of finding success at the next level. At 5 feet 11
With the 2018 NFL season now seeming a long way in the past, we are continuing our look back at the performances of some of the players for whom 2018 was their first taste of NFL action. Here, we focus our attention on one of the two tight ends drafted
Correctly valuing players in dynasty fantasy football is difficult even when we know all relevant variables (such as team, coordinator, and role). It’s an even more difficult task when a player doesn’t have a team, is suspended for an indefinite amount of time, and his backup played arguably as well
Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their
A.J. Brown was one of the top-10 returning wide receivers in college football by Dominator Rating, which underscores how important he was to Ole Miss’s offense. At 6 feet 1 inch and 230 pounds, Brown looks like he could play as a Z-receiver in the NFL.