Tags Archives: Alvin Kamara

Six Redraft Shares to Watch After Week 6 October 19, 2021

Unless we’re analyzing workhorse running backs or alpha wide receivers, a player’s usage can fluctuate from week to week. Some will shine and some will ruin your week. Remember, targets and opportunities are earned. In this series, I will provide week...

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DFS Week 5 Recap October 12, 2021

We are officially five weeks into the 2021 NFL season and Tom Brady is still getting better! Brady currently leads the league in passing yards and is second in passing touchdowns, proving that the man simply doesn’t age. With that being said, let’s se...

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DFF Redraft Recap – Weeks 1-4 October 9, 2021

We are four weeks into the fantasy football season, and already the NFL looks a lot different than it did heading into Week 1. Devastating injuries, big breakouts, and shocking busts have likely reshaped the landscape of your fantasy league, as well. At t...

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Week 3 Streamers September 22, 2021

After a wild Week 2, it’s now time to focus on your third matchups of the season. Streaming options have been hard to predict thus far, but this is the week we will turn things around. Throughout this series, we will provide the best weekly options to s...

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Kickoff Countdown Day 12: Projecting the Top 12 RBs August 28, 2021

This article will be the first of 12, counting down the days until we can once again sit and watch this sport that we love (and dominate our fantasy leagues in the process). Each article will have a numeric theme, which will also count down as each day is...

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DFF Redraft League: Drafting from the Two Spot July 30, 2021

Welcome, #DFFArmy to Dynasty Football Factory’s Redraft season kickoff! This year looks to be even more competitive than last year as we added two teams to the league, bringing the total number to 14. Not only did we grow the league size, but we expande...

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Michael Thomas: Making Sense of His Injury Timeline July 27, 2021

As @DFF_Joemem mentioned in his rapid reaction article, we got the news that Michael Thomas underwent a second ankle surgery in June and likely won’t be ready to go to start the NFL season for the New Orleans Saints. This would be his second ankle surge...

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Rapid Reaction: Michael Thomas’ Ankle July 23, 2021

Thomas injured his ankle twice during the regular season last year and was expected to undergo surgery on it as early as January of 2021. Unfortunately for his team, it looks like now he won’t be looking 100% until we hit the ⅓ mark of the season. The...

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Building a Redraft League Winning Roster July 17, 2021

Building a league-winning roster involves being competent across many different criteria. The first box to check is having a high and consistent weekly floor. A weekly floor is important because inconsistent teams tend to not make the playoffs. It’s a l...

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Cam Akers: 2021 Dynasty Profile April 18, 2021

During his three seasons at Florida State, Cam Akers rushed for 2,875 yards and 27 TDs, adding 69 receptions for 486 yards and seven TDs through the air. Akers was the focal point of his college offense. As a junior, he accounted for 39.8% (90th percentil...

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2021 Rookie RB Comps April 17, 2021

In this series, we are going to do a deep dive into the top 2021 NFL Draft Class running backs, and see who they compare to historically. We are going to build them out from the standpoint of their physical acumen, their athletic abilities, and then bring...

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Joe Mixon: 2021 Dynasty Profile April 1, 2021

Joe Mixon played college football at the University of Oklahoma from 2014-2016. As a redshirt sophomore, Mixon racked up over 1,800 yards from scrimmage and scored 15 TDs. After his strong 2016 season, Mixon declared for the 2017 NFL Draft. During the pre...

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How Does a 17-Game Season Impact Fantasy Football? March 31, 2021

Recently the NFL announced plans to expand the season, adding one additional regular-season game. This has led to a lot of speculation on how record books will change, and some players, most notably Alvin Kamara, expressed disappointment. With this change...

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Jahmyr Gibbs: 2021 Devy Profile February 16, 2021

Jahmyr Gibbs produced early and often for the Yellow Jackets. In his first collegiate game, Gibbs had 126 yards from scrimmage and scored a TD both on the ground and in the air. He also returned two kickoffs for 93 yards. It was clear that the Georgia Tec...

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1 QB Dynasty Startup First Round Part 2 January 31, 2021

Intro With the dynasty offseason in full swing, I wanted to give everyone a quick look into my dynasty startup first-round. I know the top players aren’t usually controversial, but I believe it’s essential to understand why particular players carry su...

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Navigating Your Rookie Draft: 2021 Running Backs January 26, 2021

Whether the running back position “matters” in football can be debated, and likely will continue to be debated as analytics become more commonplace, however, it cannot be argued that running backs are ultimately the lifeblood of a fantasy football ros...

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Dynasty Running Backs to Sell January 23, 2021

Today I’ll be giving you three running backs to sell in this one, from now throughout the offseason. Each RB comes with a different situation and reasoning for getting out now before it is too late. However, I preface this advice with minding the fact t...

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Jonathan Taylor Dynasty Profile January 22, 2021

College Profile Jonathan Taylor had an excellent college career at Wisconsin. He totaled 6,174 rushing yards in three college seasons, averaging over 2,000 yards per season in college. Taylor also scored 50 rushing touchdowns in his college career, and he...

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Sunday Divisional Storylines January 17, 2021

I love writing these storyline pieces. Now that we’ve hit the playoffs, I want to cover all the games, bringing you at least something to think about when you watch the playoffs. Even though playoffs don’t count for our fantasy teams, playoff performa...

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