Categories Archives: Dynasty

Buy, Sell, or Hold: Rookie Running Back Edition February 20, 2020

Buy: Anthony McFarland When a 4-star running back comes into college with 20+ offers, he definitely does not go unnoticed, but due to the laughing stock that was this Maryland football team in 2019, Anthony McFarland seems to be forgotten. McFarland's da...

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Quarterbacks: Rightfully Untouched by the BMI Hysteria February 19, 2020

Historically, there has been a strong narrative in the football community about QB size despite players like Russell Wilson and Kyler Murray balling out on Sundays. The QB size debate begins with how tall a QB is and if it affects their ability to make re...

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Sophomore Breakout Series: WR February 17, 2020

While most look towards the incoming rookie classes, I like to look at players that are already showing signs of production in the league. We’ve all had those rookies that didn’t pan out, and maybe you cut bait on them a little early, only to see them...

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2019 Fake Outs February 16, 2020

In this piece, I’ll walk you through three “fake-outs.” These are players that broke out or had strong seasons in 2019 that I do not expect to maintain that level of performance going forward. Therefore, you could call each of these guys a dynasty ...

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Restricted Free Agents: WR Dynasty Sleepers February 14, 2020

Free Agency is fun but often the RFA’s are overlooked, not only by NFL teams but by fantasy owners as these situations are fluid and could change the overall perspective and value on these players in a second. The free agent class is very top-heavy and ...

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Best RB Landing Spots February 13, 2020

Here, we’re going to look at landing spots. Specifically, what are the best landing spots for a running back in the 2020 NFL Draft, or perhaps for a free agent running back? I’ll be focusing on each team’s current running backs, cap space, and NFL D...

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Worst Landing Spots: WR 2020 NFL Draft February 11, 2020

The Bears were the epitome of average in 2019, finishing the season a mediocre 8-8. They had a lot of issues but wide receivers weren’t one of them., As a matter of fact, their issues were more so on the quarterback. Mitch Trubisky is not very good, but...

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Connor’s Fantasy Awards February 6, 2020

Cornerback is usually the worst defensive position in fantasy football, yet Ryan was the highest-scoring non-linebacker in 2019. As the 8th ranked IDP player according to FantasyPros, Ryan was the only non-linebacker in the top-10. Ryan is also one of onl...

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Buy/Sell/Hold: Rookie Wide Receiver Edition Part 1 February 4, 2020

Every week I am going to do a "Buy/Sell/Hold" for the upcoming rookie class and will eventually transfer into all NFL players. I am categorizing these players based on recent trends or lack thereof trends of each player, enjoy. This week I am looking at J...

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Top 24 Running Back Production through the Ages February 3, 2020

A week or so back, while I was perusing Twitter, a couple of Tweets caught my attention. The first tweet that caught my attention was about selling running backs after their fourth season. Without an ounce of research, I initially agreed with this premise...

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Wide Receiver Faceoff: Metcalf vs. McLaurin January 31, 2020

The first installment of the wide receiver faceoff series. The premise is simple. Take two players who have posted similar production and hold similar value, and determine who the preferable dynasty asset is moving forward. First up: DeKaylin Zecharius M...

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QBs/RBs/TEs To Watch During The Senior Bowl January 24, 2020

Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon Yet another example of why players should leave once they have favorable draft capital. At this point last year, Herbert was considered in contention for the first overall pick of the NFL Draft. This year, Herbert’s draft cap...

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Wide Receivers To Watch During The Senior Bowl January 23, 2020

Senior Bowl week is one of the most exciting times of the year. Every year, players take advantage of the opportunity to impress coaches, vaulting themselves up draft boards. Last year, Daniel Jones received rave reviews during the Senior Bowl and David G...

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2020 WR Sleepers January 21, 2020

While creating my 2020 WR Model, I found a few under the radar players not getting much love currently, but I believe these players 100% deserve your attention leading up to and after the NFL draft. These players all have elements that both analytic nuts ...

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The Value of a WR2 January 20, 2020

My goal for this piece is to lay out my personal experience with building depth at the wide receiver position over the last few seasons. I have come to find that targeting wide receivers who are the second options on certain teams have allowed me to bank ...

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Don’t You Forget About Me January 19, 2020

In this article, I’m going to walk you through three players that had a down season in 2019, but who I expect to either bounce back or breakout in 2020. For variety’s sake, I’ve decided to look at a running back, wide receiver, and tight end. Also, ...

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Tee Higgins Declares For The 2020 NFL Draft January 18, 2020

Heading into the 2020 National Championship game, many of the players we wanted to declare did so already. We were just waiting on Chuba Hubbard, Najee Harris, and the guys who were playing in the title game. The 2020 class took major blows when Chuba ann...

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Michael Warren II Declares for the NFL Draft January 18, 2020

Name: Michael Warren II Position: RB College: Cincinnati Classification: Junior Height: 5 ft 11 in Weight: 222 lbs Michael Warren, an underrated prospect out of Cincinnati, has declared to enter this running back heavy draft. While the class is talented, ...

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Players To Watch In The Shrine Bowl January 17, 2020

This is one of my favorite times of the year for football season. Seeing which prospects will make the jump from college to the pros is always exciting. There are a few all-star games that highlight these events. The biggest of them all is the Senior Bowl...

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Tua Tagovailoa Declares For The 2020 NFL Draft January 17, 2020

The strengths of the 2020 class lie at the running back and wide receiver positions. The quarterback and tight end classes are not nearly discussed as much. When Tua injured his hip, any excitement about this class immediately ceased. With questions surro...

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