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Dead To Me: Aaron Rodgers March 31, 2020

Once again, these players are not worthless, but they have consistently failed to pay off on their draft price, and I will not have them on my redraft teams anymore. Now, let’s dive into one of the best quarterbacks of all time. Why is Aaron Rodgers now...

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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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Dallas and Their Stars March 29, 2020

The most significant move the Cowboys made was to re-sign Cooper to a 5-year, $100 million contract extension. While the extension seems massive, the contract actually represents a 2-year, $40 million deal. Cooper’s signing bonus, 2020, and 2021 salarie...

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Early 2020 Rookie Redraft Primer Part 4 March 26, 2020

Part 1 of this article series focused on the incoming rookie quarterbacks. Then, part 2 and part 3 covered running backs and the top two wide receivers. In this fourth and final part, I will cover four more incoming rookie wide receivers. All of these pla...

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Diggs Trade Reaction March 25, 2020

The Bills’ trade for Stefon Diggs from the Vikings has massive ripple effects on both franchises for almost all of their fantasy assets. I’ll give a stock up or stock down for each affected asset or asset class based on this trade. 

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Early 2020 Rookie Redraft Primer Part 3 March 24, 2020

At Oklahoma, Lamb found wild success. He played three years with a series of star college quarterbacks: Baker Mayfield in 2017, Kyler Murray in 2018, and Jalen Hurts in 2019. In total, Lamb had 173 catches for 3,292 yards and 32 touchdowns. His 2019 perfo...

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Early 2020 Rookie Redraft Primer Part 2 March 21, 2020

Every year, multiple rookie running backs are fantasy viable. Here we'll look at the consensus top three running backs coming into the 2020 NFL Draft. Each of these players is likely to have a massive role in 2020 and will most certainly be redraft releva...

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Alternate Redraft Formats March 16, 2020

This article is about newer formats that are now starting to appear in redraft leagues. While certain league types are common in dynasty circles, many redraft players may not be familiar with the strategy or even the rules. Unless otherwise stated, strate...

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Early 2020 Rookie Redraft Primer: Part 1 March 15, 2020

Coming into 2020, Burrow will have a plethora of weapons. The Bengals locked up Tyler Boyd to a long-term deal and will use the franchise tag to retain A.J. Green. They also have speedster John Ross and promising third-year receiver Auden Tate on their ro...

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Redraft Early Round 2 March 13, 2020

Examing Round two of redraft leauges – With tier four, encompassing tier five, and begins tier six. For this list, we’re assuming this is a 1 QB, 12-team, PPR format where there is an equal number of RB and WR starters.

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Rookie TEs Hits and Misses March 13, 2020

In this seven-part article series, I have looked at the rookies from the 2019 class at each position. In this article, we will examine the best and worst of rookie tight ends.

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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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Rookie WR Hits and Misses: Part 2 March 8, 2020

In Week 1, Samuel led the 49ers’ receivers with an 88% snap share, although he had just three receptions for 17 yards. The 49ers benched Pettis, giving him only two offensive snaps. After Week 1, the 49ers rotated Pettis, Samuel, Goodwin, and Bourne, a ...

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Rookie WR Hits & Misses Part 1 March 7, 2020

Now, we’re on to part four of this seven-part series about the 2019 rookies. Previously, I’ve talked about QBs, RBs part 1, and RBs part 2. Now, it’s time to get into the wide receivers, which I will split into three parts. There are simply so many ...

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Rookie RB Hits and Misses: Part 2 March 2, 2020

Ingram led the way with 202 carries, with Edwards in second with 133 carries. Hill lagged with just 58 carries. Hill also only had eight receptions in all of 2019, a major disappointment for a player with highly touted passing-game skills. Edwards, who ha...

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Rookie RB Hits and Misses Part 1 March 1, 2020

There were four top-drafted running backs in last year's rookie drafts. How did they fair in their rookie campaigns? What is their outlook going forward? Become a member, hop in, and find out!

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Rookie QB Hits and Misses February 28, 2020

This series will look back on the 2019 class and explore the biggest hits and misses. Now, since this will be a long series, let’s start with the premise here in part one. For each position, I will examine all the rookies that were selected in a signifi...

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Redraft Early Round 1 February 25, 2020

Just for fun, I’m going to get into my early redraft Round 1 for 2020. This list is subject to significant changes throughout the offseason, but let’s take a quick look right now. For this list, we’re assuming a 1 QB, 12 team, PPR format where there...

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