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In a shocking turn of events, Antonio Brown has agreed to terms with the Patriots. The idea has been tossed around over the last couple of weeks during Brown’s fallout with Oakland as a complete joke.
No one could have actually guessed, or have thought Antonio Brown would be released by the Raiders and sign with New England, but here we are.
Tom Brady passing to Antonio Brown is a reality. Mr. Big Chest brings his talents to Foxboro for at least a year. Adam Schefter reports the Patriots have agreed to a one year deal worth up to $15m that includes $9m signing bonus, another $1m guaranteed and $5m in incentives.

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The Offensive Rookie of the Year Award (“OROY”) has a storied history filled with notable names of stars past and present. This week, I’m taking a quick look into this year’s rookie class to see if any value can be had on betting which 2019 NFL Rookie can come away with this prestigious award. Become a member to take advantage of some great odds on OROY!

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The Offensive Rookie of the Year Award (“OROY”) has a storied history filled with notable names of stars past and present. This week, I’m taking a quick look into this year’s rookie class to see if any value can be had on betting which 2019 NFL Rookie can come away with this prestigious award. Become a member to take advantage of some great odds on OROY!

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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 end positions. In this section, I will give you one running back and two wide receivers to avoid in drafts.

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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 are no previous stats or fantasy finishes to rely on to help in evaluating players, like those that exist for veterans.

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Redraft Strategy


It’s only Week 4 of the NFL regular season, and many fantasy owners are reeling in frustration because of injuries and under-performing players. Not to worry, the DFF team is here to help navigate through the madness and hopefully walk you off the ledge.

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Redraft Start & Sit


Kirk Cousins (MIN) vs. Lions, 26.6% owned
All of a sudden, the Vikings have opened up their offense to include far more passing. Cousins has exceeded 300 passing yards in each of the last two weeks. In Week 6 against the Eagles, star receiver Stefon Diggs finally got going, breaking out for seven receptions, 167 yards, and three receiving touchdowns. Cousins also continued his chemistry with his other great receiver Adam Thielen, connecting for six receptions, 57 yards, and a touchdown. For the season, Cousins has nine passing touchdowns compared to just three interceptions, making him a reliable and relatively safe quarterback. To further advocate for Cousins, his Week 8 and Week 9 matchups are against the Redskins and Chiefs, respectively, so this could be a three-week run for Cousins. Given the poor state of streamers in Week 7, Cousins will likely be ranked as a borderline QB1 in a relatively neutral matchup against the Lions.

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Redraft Waiver Wire


Kenny Stills returned from his two-week absence to put up 105 yards after catching four of five targets. Stills has been hit and miss for fantasy so far this season, scoring double-digit points three times, but less than five points twice in the five games he has played. But the reason Stills is a must-add is the potential lengthy absence of Will Fuller.

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Weekly Division Previews


Geronimo Allison (WR-GB)
It’s very clear that Allison is the team’s third-best option when Adams and MVS are both healthy, but if he finds a way to produce before Adams can come back from injury you’ll want to act fast in selling him. He’s only commanding an 11% target share and 11% of the team’s air yards, even with the increased opportunity the last couple games. Those figures are just not something you can reliably start any given week, as 11% of 35 passes is just three targets.

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