Author Archives: Shaun Crandall

Writer/Editor, and Rankings Master. 20+years of fantasy football experience. Sadly I have drafted players who are now Hall of Famer's and who's kids are now pro players.

NFL Team Twitter Follows July 24, 2018

Information is vital in fantasy football. No other resource provides more real-time information than Twitter. I have crafted a list of whom to follow for each team and a snippet as to what they bring to the table. Each has an ear to the ground covering th...

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DFF Best Ball Draft 3.0 July 18, 2018

In this third installment of the DFF Best Ball draft series, we again outline the analysis on the mindset of player selections and strategy. Note: There is likely to be some variance with certain players who we’ve selected, as is typically the case this...

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FFPC $250 League Startup Draft Recap June 22, 2018

The fantasy league draft is the most anticipated event for fantasy football enthusiasts. At the fingertips of each drafter are their targeted players, a hometown favorite, or a rival player playing for the arch-nemesis of their hometown team. It provides ...

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DFF Best Ball Draft 2.0 May 26, 2018

Welcome back for our second Best Ball Draft of the season! The 12 of us got together to try and build the best possible team, according to the best ball format (If you’re unfamiliar with Best Ball, check out this link). In our first draft, we tried ...

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Do It or Don’t – 2018 Rookies May 2, 2018

The 2018 NFL Draft has concluded and with landing spots determined for 256 players, it is time to take a look at the rookie class ahead of training camp and assess whether they should be on your redraft team for the upcoming season. This article will prov...

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Week 14 Fantasy Preview: AFC South December 8, 2017

AFC South Preview  –  Shaun Crandall   @WhiskeyD0G What We Learned from Last Week: wasn’t able to capitalize on his opportunities last week, as he only managed three yards-per-carry on 17 rushes. Miller has shown he can produce on limited opp...

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Week 13 Fantasy Preview: AFC South December 1, 2017

AFC South Preview  –  Shaun Crandall   @WhiskeyD0G   What We Learned from Last Week: wasn’t able to capitalize on his opportunities last week, as he only managed 3 yards-per-carry on 17 rushes. Miller has shown he can produce on limited oppo...

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Week 12 Fantasy Preview: AFC South November 25, 2017

AFC South Preview – Shaun Crandall @WhiskeyD0G What We Learned from Last Week Houston can put up points, even without Deshaun Watson, which is good news for DeAndre Hopkins and Lamar Miller. Both of whom were having solid years to date, with Hopkins...

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Week 11 Fantasy Preview: AFC South November 16, 2017

What We Learned from Last Week: doesn’t want you to forget about him. Murray hit Cincinnati with more touchdowns (3) than he had all season combined (2). His rushing production was still lackluster, however, he remains a factor in the passing game. will...

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NFL 2017 Preseason: Week One Notes August 14, 2017

The first week of preseason is filled with the exhilaration one feels when they are about to see live action between opposing teams. We want to see how much action the starters will get and who among the reserves will emerge. I’ve spent most of the ...

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NFL Team Twitter Follows July 31, 2017

Information is vital in fantasy football. No other resource provides more real-time information than Twitter. I have crafted a list of whom to follow for each team and a snippet as to what they bring to the table. Each has an ear to the ground covering th...

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How Do I Rank Players? June 9, 2017

Fantasy football rankings are a great tool. Just like any experienced mechanic, plumber, or electrician, they all have a wide array of tools at their disposal, but they typically have one they utilize more often than others. Dynasty fantasy football enthu...

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Josh Gordon & Martavis Bryant: Blunted Expectations March 30, 2017

Reliability Aside from talent, one of the main factors in a player meeting their potential is opportunity and their reliability when opportunity arises. Both Josh Gordon and Martavis Bryant have left fantasy owners questioning if they can eclipse that po...

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2017 Tight End Sleepers February 6, 2017

As we begin to settle into this off-season, our team here at DFF has decided to tackle a list of sleepers at each position. As you’ve probably already noticed, this isn’t just offensive sleepers exercise; this 7-part series will consist of IDP...

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Player Profile: TE Travis Kelce December 19, 2016

Travis Kelce was widely compared to Rob Gronkowski coming out of Cincinnati based on his physical stature and play on the field. In his senior season, the 6’5” move tight end put up 722 yards and 8 touchdowns off 45 catches, which thrust him onto NFL ...

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Player Profile: WR Stefon Diggs September 25, 2016

Home Body Stefon Diggs has the pedigree to maintain his production for years. Looking back, he was a five-star recruit coming out of high school and was rated as the 2nd best wide receiver, behind current Philadelphia Eagles WR Dorial Green-Beckham in the...

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2016 Breakout Candidates July 26, 2016

Dynasty players should always be viewing their team through a 3-year window. If the player can provide viable production in a three-year period, then he is definably valuable from a dynasty perspective. Personally, I view a player as “breaking out” wh...

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RB Devontae Booker, Denver Broncos July 13, 2016

Utes better get to know him. Devontae Booker has the mold of a workhorse, NFL running back. With measurables of 5-11, 220lbs. he should be able to withstand the physicality of the NFL each week. However, Booker’s college career started slowly. In fact, ...

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WR Eric Rogers, San Francisco 49ers June 12, 2016

Hi My Name Is… Eric Rogers has seemingly gone unnoticed for most of his football life and by extension, has been under well the radar. He did not go to a Division I school, instead having played at Division III California Lutheran University. He went un...

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QB Teddy Bridgewater, Minnesota Vikings May 12, 2016

First things first, Teddy Bridgewater is in need of another wide receiver playmate. Outside of rookie sensation Stefon Diggs, the wide receiver group vastly disappointed for the sophomore QB in 2015. Charles Johnson was thought to continue his solid 2014 ...

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