Fantasy football analysis is typically devoted to players that are likely to have an immediate impact. But to paraphrase Rod Serling, there is another land, whose boundaries are that of imagination.
DeVante Parker has been overdrafted for years now, and his underperformance has made him completely toxic to some owners. “Ugh, I drafted him last year and he killed my team. Never again!” is a common refrain from recovering Parkerites. Whether you’ve cursed his name in the past or not though,
Last season, Larry Fitzgerald was one of my favorite targets with an overall ADP of 50th. Now that he’s jumped more than a round to 35th overall, I’m slowing down a little on the living legend.
I recently endeavoured to update my player tiers across all positions. Having done so only a month ago, I assumed few changes would be needed. I was wrong. Camps have yet to open, and things are still very fluid.
In playing with the newly updated Dynasty ADP app — which I highly recommend exploring for yourself — I came across a surprising result.
With the season-ending injury to Hunter Henry, there are fantasy points to go around in the Los Angeles Chargers’ receiving game. And while Keenan Allen will inevitably take a large percentage of the available targets, there’s likely going to be a second viable fantasy option. Although Mike Williams is a possible breakout candidate, Tyrell Williams is the
Welcome to the 42nd installment of the “The Wrong Read.” This article series started as one that reflected on recent podcast episodes and extended the ideas discussed there to logical conclusions with broader applications. Since then it’s become a space for me to write about whatever I want, with irregular
On June 5th, 2017, Mark Schoennagel wrote that Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders was worthy of selection in fantasy drafts much closer to his teammate Demaryius Thomas than was actually happening.
As we tick toward July, and the quiet time of the NFL offseason begins to wind down, the interest in redraft fantasy leagues for the upcoming season becomes all-encompassing. But, as my esteemed colleague Ryan Bobbitt points out in his ode to Taywan Taylor, “This lull in the
Periodically I like to step back and take a big-picture look at opportunity. Today I’m using a wisdom of the crowd approach to look for WRs who are cheap but whose dynasty value is likely to appreciate.