2017 took many great people from us far too soon: Mary Tyler Moore, Adam West, and the Stud Wide Receiver all passed. The 2017 season saw the lowest average PPR points by a top 12 wide receiver in over a decade. But why?
Notre Dame wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown, the eldest of a budding family football dynasty, has elected to forgo his senior season to enter the NFL Draft. The 6-foot-4, 205-pound junior has the length that evaluators love, as well as the youth that dynasty owners crave.
The 2017 season was not exactly a banner year for rookie wide receivers. Chris Godwin, however, was one of the few bright spots with a strong finish after a slow start to his debut campaign.
Southern Mississippi wide receiver Korey Robertson had a phenomenal junior season in 2017, leading Conference USA in both yards receiving (1,106) and touchdowns (12). On a national stage, he finished 17th in yards receiving and tied for fourth in TDs.
D.J. Moore leads the way as Anthony Amico presents his early wide receiver projections for the 2018 draft.
Back in 2014, Shawn Siegele penned what I would consider to be one of the foundational pieces to RotoViz wide receiver prospect analysis. Put simply, he was able to show that breakout age is the skeleton key to WR evaluation. My goal in this piece is to re-emphasize
With the dust still settling on the 2017 season, we continue our look back at the rookie crop through our RotoViz crystal ball, aka the Screener App. While the Screener can’t forsee the future, it can give us a good idea of a player’s range of outcomes heading
Dez Bryant has averaged a dismal 7.9 targets, 3.9 receptions, and 53.6 receiving yards over his last 36 NFL games and has accumulated negative fantasy points over expectation during that time. Recent Bryant headlines have not been positive, creating the possibility that his dynasty value is about to collapse.
Robby Anderson was arrested in Florida and charged with harm to a public servant, reckless driving, eluding police, and resisting arrest.
Welcome to the 20th installment of the “The Wrong Read,” an article series that reflects on recent podcast episodes, pushing the ideas discussed on the podcasts to their logical conclusions and offering some further thoughts on the topics broached by the guests and hosts. Prospect season is quickly approaching.