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Dead to Me: Marlon Mack May 4, 2020

I’ve loved the “Dead to Me” series of articles. It’s provided an excellent way to create redraft content throughout the offseason and take a closer look at the week-to-week effectiveness of one or two players at a time. By going in-depth and zoomi...

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Jonathan Taylor to Indianapolis NFL Draft 2020 April 23, 2020

Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin Johnathan Taylor was taken at Pick 41 in Round 2 by the Indianapolis Colts and was the third running back off the board. He spent three years at the University of Wisconsin where he ran for 2,003 yards on 320 carries (6.3 yards ...

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Startup Draft Strategy: Part 1 March 29, 2020

With no sports going on, right now is the perfect time to join a new dynasty league. This article offers advice on different strategies you can use to approach your draft providing you an edge over your competition. These tips are geared toward a traditio...

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NFL Draft 2020 Position Props: Part 1 March 27, 2020

Amidst a total sports shutdown, bettors everywhere are embracing whatever they can get their hands on to keep them entertained during these times. Fortunately, the NFL’s offseason has whetted many sports fans’ appetites. Meanwhile, the NFL Draft is st...

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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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2020 Rookie Mock Draft November 16, 2019

The 2020 class has been talked about for what seems like forever. This class is deep at nearly every position, and we couldn’t wait any longer and just had to do a one round rookie mock draft. While we’re (very) early in the draft process, it&...

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Three Storylines From Week 1 September 6, 2019

After what feels like an eternity, college football is back and better than ever. Week 1 brought along some of the traditional blowouts, a few close games, and the first chance for devy prospects to show us what they’ve improved upon throughout the offs...

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