Tags Archives: NFL Draft

Jameson Williams: 2022 Dynasty Profile June 30, 2022

Jameson Williams was a four-star prospect out of St. Louis, MO who broke Ezekiel Elliott’s 300-meter hurdle state record in high school. He starred both on the football field and the track and after a difficult decision between Alabama, Oregon, and Ohio...

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Fantasy Stock Up, Stock Down: Pittsburgh Steelers June 29, 2022

Welcome back to the “Fantasy Stock Up, Stock Down” series (offseason edition). Us Dynasty Managers must constantly research ways to bolster our rosters. Do you need advice on who to trade for? Maybe you’re looking for players to trade away. Do you h...

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Four Devy RBs That Will Increase in Value June 24, 2022

Nicholas Singleton comes into Penn State already equipped with an NFL build at 6’0” 210 lbs. and the data shows we can expect RBs to gain anywhere from 10-15 lbs. in college. When the time that he is draft eligible comes, he will have prototypical wor...

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Fantasy Stock Up, Stock Down: Seattle Seahawks June 23, 2022

Welcome back to the “Fantasy Stock Up, Stock Down” series (offseason edition). Us dynasty managers need to be constantly researching ways we can bolster our rosters. Do you need advice on who to trade for? Maybe you’re looking for players to trade a...

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John Metchie III: 2022 Dynasty Profile June 21, 2022

A four-star high school recruit who was born in Taiwan, moved to Ghana, and later emigrated to Canada, John Metchie III played his high school ball in the state of Maryland. He logged some game time as a freshman at Alabama, but behind so many NFL talents...

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2022 Projections: Dallas Cowboys June 21, 2022

When we loosely compare players, most people feel they have a good idea of what kind of production to expect. We may think “CD Lamb can be a top-5 receiver while Michael Gallup scores 13-plus ppg, Jalen Tolbert is useful as a rookie and Dalton Schultz i...

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Dynasty Market Sweep: Veteran WR Evaluation Part 2 June 20, 2022

Welcome to the Dynasty Market Sweep, a weekly recurring offseason article focusing on substantial value disparities in the dynasty market consensus. The very nature of the instantaneous fantasy news feed has made the dynasty market more reactionary and vo...

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2022 Projections: Chicago Bears June 16, 2022

When we loosely compare players, most people feel they have a good idea of what kind of production to expect. We may think “Justin Fields can be a QB1 with no elite weapons in the passing game due to his rushing upside.” I am here to tell you what is ...

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2022 Projections: Carolina Panthers June 15, 2022

When we loosely compare players, most people feel they have a good idea of what kind of production to expect. We may think “Christian McCaffrey could never be the player he once was, or that D.J. Moore is incapable of being a WR1.” But, these may just...

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2022 Projections: Cleveland Browns June 7, 2022

When we loosely compare players, most people feel they have a good idea of what kind of production to expect. We may think “Deshaun Watson can support two fantasy-relevant WRs along with Chubb being an RB1 and Hunt being an RB2.” But, there may just n...

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Fantasy Stock Up, Stock Down: New Orleans Saints June 7, 2022

It takes tight ends a while to adjust to the NFL game. Most excel as run-blockers before they see substantial growth in production as pass-catchers. For instance, Dalton Schultz didn’t surpass 600 receiving yards in a season until his third year in the ...

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Tournament Drafting: Entry #2 June 6, 2022

Welcome to the second installment of Tournament Drafting, the series in which I break down my entries for Underdog’s Best Ball Mania III and The Puppy. As I did in the first installment, I will be sharing my thoughts on roster construction, stacking, ga...

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Fantasy Stock Up, Stock Down: Baltimore Ravens June 3, 2022

Welcome back to the “Fantasy Stock Up, Stock Down” series (offseason edition). Us Dynasty Managers need to be constantly researching ways we can bolster our rosters. Do you need advice on who to trade for? Maybe you’re looking for players to trade a...

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2022 Projections: Baltimore Ravens June 2, 2022

When we loosely compare players, most people feel they have a good idea of what kind of production to expect. We may think “Oh yeah, Mark Andrews and Rashod Bateman can both easily eclipse 1000 yards while J.K. Dobbins is an RB1 and Gus Edwards is a sol...

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Skyy Moore: Draft or Pass June 2, 2022

Skyy Moore is an intriguing prospect in the 2022 class. The WR coming out of Western Michigan University dominated the MAC since he stepped on the field. There are people with concerns about why he wasn’t at a big school but there is simple reasoning fo...

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Best Ball Tournament Drafting: Entry #1 June 1, 2022

Allen Robinson at WR32 was just silly value. Robinson is still in his prime and one year removed from back-to-back WR1 seasons with Mitchell Trubisky. Now he’s playing with Matthew Stafford in a high-powered offense. He can easily post high-end WR2 numb...

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Wan’Dale Robinson: Draft or Pass June 1, 2022

Wan’Dale Robinson is currently the most disrespected prospect in the 2022 Rookie Class by far as he's slotted as a late second/early third-round rookie pick. The only reason I continue to see people point to is that his size will be an issue. What those...

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JC Johnson’s Undeclared Gems: Jordan Addison May 20, 2022

In a new era of the NIL, Jordan Addison is the first player that truly made his decision essentially a free agency tour. He visited multiple schools including USC, Texas, and Alabama, spoke to coaches, spoke to players on the team, and figured out who cou...

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2022 Projections: Atlanta Falcons May 19, 2022

I do not like the Falcons' offense for fantasy, they will play slow, they will not score many touchdowns, and they will not pass the ball much. The only asset worth spending a high pick on is Kyle Pitts. I could see myself owning some Patterson, Allgeier,...

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