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Week 1 Streamers September 8, 2020

In this streaming article, I will provide you the best weekly options to stream quarterback, tight end, and D/ST. In each section, I’ll break down two streamers in detail, both of which will be under 50% owned, according to ESPN’s ownership percentage...

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The Post-Guice Washington Dynasty Backfield August 24, 2020

Recently, I wrote a quick, free dynasty profile on Derrius Guice. In that article, I covered Guice’s dynasty value after his recent release and how to handle Guice moving forward. Honestly, I’m tired of talking about Guice, since there’s a good chan...

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Derrius Guice: 2020 Dynasty Profile August 18, 2020

At this point, Derrius Guice’s value has little to do with his production. Even so, let’s look at what he’s done as a prospect and in the NFL. Guice played college football at LSU, where he led the backfield in 2016 and 2017. Dynasty owners saw Guic...

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Washington Football Team Culture Shock Continues August 8, 2020

The moon has not completed a single orbit around the earth since the Washington Football Team scandal broke, as over a dozen female former employees had alleged ‘Football Team’ executives of sexual harassment. New Head Coach, Ron Rivera took the podiu...

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David Montgomery: 2020 Dynasty Profile July 31, 2020

David Montgomery is a polarizing player for fantasy owners. By all accounts, from a production standpoint, Montgomery had a relatively successful inaugural season. His 1,074 yards from scrimmage and 7 TDs were similar to Le’Veon Bell’s rookie season i...

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Sleeper Series: Sony Michel July 28, 2020

After writing my redraft team breakdown series, I decided to start a new series as we approach the 2020 fantasy season. Every week, or probably more often than that, I’m going to bring you one fantasy sleeper representing a massive value in 2020 redraft...

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Redraft Team Focus: Redskins June 1, 2020

n this article series, I’m analyzing every one of the 32 NFL teams and all of their redraft-relevant fantasy assets. It’s a long project, but I want to make sure that you, the reader, have something you can refer to for every team. For each article, I...

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The Derrius Guice Debate: Comeback May 15, 2020

@DFF_Karp and I are breaking down the Derrius Guice debate for 2020 redraft formats. I’ll be giving you information as to why I believe Guice is a great “bang-for-the-buck” running back to target in your redraft leagues. Meanwhile, @DFF_Karp will be...

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The Derrius Guice Debate: Bust May 15, 2020

While I don’t like to call any player “injury-prone,” Guice has been through countless injuries in just two years in the NFL. He’s hurt his ACL, hamstring, meniscus, and MCL so far and cannot seem to stay on the field. In general, I prefer to avoi...

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Rookie Fever Antidote: Bottomed-Out Incumbents April 4, 2020

While we fantasy gamers rub our hands together in anticipation of a loaded class of prospects, let’s contemplate the whole picture of the draft goals of each team. Equally important, do these teams have the draft picks necessary to bring in impact playe...

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In the Scope: Week 9 October 30, 2019

After another fairly-uninteresting waiver wire class hitting the scene this week, this is the perfect opportunity to save your priority for when one does.And with the fantasy football playoffs now just about a month away, it’s the time to take some big ...

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Finding Fantasy Value on Bad Offenses June 3, 2019

In the NFL, some offenses are considered to be bad. Some teams employ a subpar quarterback, lack dynamic skill position players or even have both of those issues. No matter the situation, there is still value to be found on these bad offenses. I will prov...

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Five Bold Predictions for the 2019 NFL Season May 11, 2019

What fun is fantasy football without prognosticating? Well, I’ve decided to have some fact-based fun and made five bold predictions for the coming 2019 season. Only time will tell how strong my predictive powers are, but I’ll be sure to revisit this a...

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