Dynasty


The Los Angeles Rams signed Earnest Edwards, Wide Receiver, out of the University of Maine as an undrafted free agent following the 2020 NFL Draft.

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Devy


D’Eriq King accounted for a combined 50 TDs in 2018. In his last full season in Houston, he also threw only six INTs: only 1.7% of his total attempts. King shut his season down after Houston started 1-3 which made him eligible immediately in the 2020 transfer portal. Standing at 5’11” and 195 lbs. King has a build that will make NFL teams hesitant to draft him as a franchise quarterback. However, a strong season in Miami could sway his value significantly at the next level. King also has the athleticism to play in an offensive threat position this year at Miami and progress as a slot receiver or running back at the NFL level like Randall Cobb or Antwaan Randle El.

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IDP


In this series, we analyze the IDP strength-of-schedule for the 2020 NFL season. In IDP fantasy football, opportunity correlates to production, so today we’ll focus on pace-of-play / plays-per-game that a few lucky defenses will face (based on 2019 data). Let’s take a look at the defenses and IDP defenders who could benefit from their schedule.

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Redraft


n this article series, I’m analyzing every one of the 32 NFL teams and all of their redraft-relevant fantasy assets. It’s a long project, but I want to make sure that you, the reader, have something you can refer to for every team. For each article, I’ll split up the fantasy assets into three categories: high-end assets, usable contributors, and dart throws. Let’s jump into the Broncos.

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DFS


This is Part II of this series of articles covering draft props for defensive players in the 2020 NFL Draft, slated to begin April 23, 2020. In this article, we’ll be analyzing each position group and making predictions on the prop bets for how many of each position are selected in the draft. I’ve already covered my predictions for the offensive props in Part I.

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