Author Archives: Tyler Justin Karp

Columbia SPS Sports Management graduate.

Rookie Redraft Avoids August 21, 2019

In part one of this article, I gave you three rookies to target in redraft formats in 2019.As discussed previously, I will limit the discussion to running backs and wide receivers due to fantasy relevance and the limited value at the quarterback and tight...

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Rookie Targets in Redraft August 17, 2019

Drafting rookies is a key part of fantasy drafts and is one of the best ways to provide an edge over your competitors. As rookies have not yet competed in the NFL, your average fantasy player is less informed about their skill sets and abilities. There ar...

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Redraft Late Round Strategy August 13, 2019

In this article, I’m going to give you some tips for how to handle the final rounds of your redraft leagues. Specifically, we’re going to be looking at how to handle choosing which running backs and wide receivers to take a flier on and how to handle ...

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Tight Ends to Avoid in Redraft August 4, 2019

In part one, we looked at tight ends I’m targeting in redraft for 2019. Now, I’ll give you three tight ends I’m fading at their draft costs. As mentioned in part one, the top three tight ends (Kelce, Ertz, Kittle) will not be mentioned in either art...

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Tight End Targets August 1, 2019

In this two-part article, we’re going to take a look first at three tight ends that I will be targeting at their current ADP and then in part two, examining three tight ends I’m fading at their ADP. As a quick note, Travis Kelce, Zach Ertz, and George...

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Divisional Round-Up: AFC West August 1, 2019

In the lead up to the 2019 season, Redraft Football Factory will be dissecting each division in the NFL to outline two ‘unbustable’ players, two busts, two breakout players, two bounce-back candidates, and two sleepers. Today, we will examine the AFC ...

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Camp Battles: Three is a Crowd July 22, 2019

In this article, we’re going to wrap up the camp battles to watch for in 2019. You can find the previous articles in this series by clicking on the following links: Part One Part Two If you haven’t checked those articles, you should take a look to see...

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Camp Battles Take Two July 13, 2019

In this article, we’re going to examine even more camp battles for the 2019 season. In part one of this series,  which can be found here, we looked at three battles. If you haven’t checked that article out, go ahead and read that one first for a gene...

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Camp Battles with Huge Redraft Impact July 2, 2019

In this article, we’re going to take a look at some camp battles that will play out for the 2019 offseason and will have massive effects on fantasy drafts and fantasy seasons. In some cases, it’s merely a matter of which player takes the job. Sometime...

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Third Year Redraft Wide Receiver Breakouts June 25, 2019

The “Third-year WR breakout” is discussed often. Essentially, if a wide receiver fails to show significant production by year three, most fantasy players give up on them. In this article, I’ll discuss three players who all have breakout potential fr...

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Mid-Round Landmines to Avoid June 16, 2019

In a typical 12 team league, championships are won and lost in rounds four through six( picks 37-72). In this range, there are plenty of players that have RB1 or WR1 upside in addition to the top quarterback options and some strong, tight ends. There are ...

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Early Round Redraft Avoids June 8, 2019

Here I’ll take a look at Fantasy Football Calculator’s half PPR ADP data and pick out a few players from their top 30 overall players that I will not be drafting in 2019 redraft leagues. You might notice a pattern to this list, specifically that every...

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Finding Fantasy Value on Bad Offenses June 3, 2019

In the NFL, some offenses are considered to be bad. Some teams employ a subpar quarterback, lack dynamic skill position players or even have both of those issues. No matter the situation, there is still value to be found on these bad offenses. I will prov...

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Crowded Backfields with Fantasy Value for Redraft Leagues May 22, 2019

In redraft fantasy league drafts, the goal is to find value throughout the draft to achieve the best possible roster. That goal holds for all positions, but I believe that finding running back value can make or break your roster. Of course, getting a stud...

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Mock Draft Benefits for Redraft Leagues May 12, 2019

Mock drafts are an important tool to improve your drafting skills for redraft fantasy football. They are the best way to determine not only the best drafting approach but also the one that works best for you personally as a fantasy player. Sometimes, mock...

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