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2020 DFF Weekly Preview August 28, 2020

Unlike my usual articles, this one will have nothing to do with the NFL itself or even anything specifically related to fantasy football. Instead, I want to do a little preview of what’s to come from the DFF team during the 2020 season. We’re going to...

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Let’s Fix the Snake Draft: Third-Round Reversal August 27, 2020

The Dynasty Football Factory gathered once more to partake in a 12-team redraft league mock draft! But this time, we shook things up. We went with tight end premium scoring, as well as 0.25 points per carry. The tight end premium doesn’t raise the value...

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Darius Slayton: 2020 Dynasty Profile August 22, 2020

Darius Slayton was drafted by the New York Giants with a conditional fifth-round pick in 2019. After missing the first two games with a hamstring injury, he started exceeding expectations. Over the next 14 games, Slayton started establishing a noticeable ...

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2nd Year Breakout Wide Receivers: Part 3 August 16, 2020

The consensus used to be that it took wide receivers three years to breakout into fantasy relevance. But, the NFL is turning more pass-happy and players are being utilized in various ways. So, it isn't out of the question that there are a few second-year ...

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Sleeper Series: Sterling Shepard August 1, 2020

Now, I want to jump into Sterling Shepard. I wrote a redraft breakdown about Shepard and the rest of the Giants in May as my first piece in that 32-part series. Outside of star running back Saquon Barkley, the Giants have four secondary offensive options ...

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DFF Redraft Staff Half-PPR Mock Review June 29, 2020

The DFF team recently did a half-PPR redraft mock. The draft was for a typical 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 2 Flex, 1 TE, 1 D/ST redraft format with no special bonuses. I want to go through my draft and strategy, round-by-round, and talk through what I was thinking ...

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Redraft Team Focus: Giants May 7, 2020

With the NFL Draft behind us and most of free agency completed, it’s time for me to begin my biggest redraft project of the offseason. I’m going to analyze every one of the 32 NFL teams and all of their redraft-relevant fantasy assets. It’s a long p...

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Dead to Me: Redraft March 30, 2020

Have you ever had that feeling of frustration that you can’t shake? These two players make me feel that way. I will never deal with these players again in redraft formats. They’ve both burned me multiple times, and I want no part of them in 2020. I’...

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Rookie WR Hits and Misses: Part 3 March 10, 2020

The Steelers selected Johnson with the 66th overall pick in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Coming into the season, Johnson was the fourth receiver on the Steelers’ depth chart. He sat behind Juju Smith-Schuster, Donte Moncrief, and James Washing...

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In the Scope: Week 12 November 20, 2019

With Week 12 of the NFL and fantasy football regular season just on the horizon, matchups are more season-decisive than ever.Name and draft value no longer matter. Instead, it’s simply outscoring your opponent with whatever means necessary.If it means p...

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NFC East Factory Divisional Nuggets 6-7 October 24, 2019

Terry McLaurin (WR)Week 6: 4-100-2 (SNP% 97)Week 7: 1-11 (SNP% 98) Terry McLaurin still proves to be the only wide receiver in Washington that you can put in your lineup with any confidence. He lit up the Dolphins for 100 yards and two touchdowns on only...

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In the Scope: Week 6 October 9, 2019

Have you ever got to the bottom of a beer that’s been in the sun for too long?It’s not too refreshing, too great-tasting – but hey, it’s still beer.That’s exactly how the free-agent market feels heading into Week 6 of the fantasy football regula...

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Wide Receiver Sleepers August 15, 2019

One of the most satisfying aspects of dynasty fantasy football is drafting a later-round player and having them before their breakout. In this article, we focus on three sleeper wide receivers you can grab late in your rookie drafts....

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The Offseason Waiver Wire July 30, 2019

It may only be August (almost), but it’s never too soon to start churning the bottom of your roster. You should always be looking for players that can help you this coming season. With training camps underway, the Giants wide receivers are in bad sh...

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