Tags Archives: Player Profile

Is Jalen Reagor Good? March 19, 2021

Hotly debated heading into rookie drafts last season and now again this season is the potential of Eagles wide receiver, Jalen Reagor. Is he good? Do you want him on your fantasy team? Are the Eagles bad at developing wide receiver talent? All of these ar...

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Justyn Ross: A Wide Receiver Possessed February 18, 2021

Justyn Ross is possibly the best wide receiver to play for Clemson University, if not one of the best we have seen in the college game of recent memory. Better than DeVonta Smith. Yes, I said that and stand by it. He has the size (6’4”/205 lbs.) and d...

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Allen Lazard: 2020 Dynasty Profile July 17, 2020

Lazard showed excellent ball skills while gaining the trust of quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Starting in three games, he hauled in 35 catches for 477 yards and three touchdowns. When Lazard was targeted in the passing game, Aaron Rodgers had a 115.6 passer r...

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Tarik Cohen: 2020 Dynasty Profile July 14, 2020

Cohen came into the NFL as a fourth-round pick in 2017, where he profiled as the pass-catching complement to two-down grinder Jordan Howard. Throughout his three seasons, Cohen has played every game and has increased his receptions year over year. In 2018...

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Tyler Higbee: 2020 Dynasty Profile July 12, 2020

Higbee is one of my favorite 2020 values at tight end, coming in at TE6 in my redraft rankings. He’s in the same tier as Hunter Henry and Evan Engram, but neither of those players has anywhere close to Higbee’s upside. The Rams’ offense should impro...

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High Upside Dart Throw: Van Jefferson July 1, 2020

Van Jefferson is not on anyone’s fantasy radar coming into drafts this season. Quietly selected in the second round of the 2020 draft, Jefferson walks into his rookie season with one of the best offensive schemes in the NFL. Other highly drafted prospec...

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Tight End Spotlight: Mike Gesicki December 25, 2019

In fantasy football, the tight end position is somewhat of an enigma. Most leagues require you to start at least one, which is hard enough by itself. Other leagues, for whatever reason (all kidding aside), require you to start two. While the elite tight e...

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The Case FOR and AGAINST Drafting Jerick McKinnon August 17, 2018

The Case FOR and AGAINST drafting Jerick McKinnon Just like the 1849 Gold Rush that the 49ers are named for, Jerick McKinnon carries the promise of glory and prosperity for San Francisco. But underneath the glitter and shine, the threat of coming away emp...

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RB Theorem | Chpt. IV: Mr. Under-Appreciated August 11, 2018

As a kid one my best friends was NFL films. I have revealed this countless times on various podcasts. This was not because I was a total booger eating loser. It was simply by choice. My downtime was spent listening to Steve Sabol’s pontificating intros ...

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The Case FOR and AGAINST drafting Saquon Barkley July 30, 2018

Saquon Barkley is experiencing a hype phenomenon not unlike what we see with every iPhone launch. People are lined up for the next big thing. Throwing their savings, hopes, dreams, and expectations onto a product, they know next-to-nothing about. But who ...

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The case For and Against drafting DeShaun Watson June 15, 2018

is undoubtedly a talented QB, and his 2017 season was cut tragically short. In the time he did play, he was arguably the best QB in the NFL, specifically Weeks 3 through 8 when he assumed the starting role and began to thrive. But with such a small sample...

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The Case Against David Johnson May 5, 2018

In the 2016 season, David Johnson reached the pinnacle of fantasy heights topping 2,000 all-purpose yards along with 20 touchdowns. Hoping for a repeat, fantasy enthusiast around the globe salivated at the opportunity to choose the “Humble Rumble” at ...

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Instant Fantasy Impact: Paul Richardson to the Redskins April 7, 2018

With the departure of Desean Jackson prior to the 2017 season, the Washington Redskins’ offense lacked a playmaker who consistently could blow the top off opposing defenses. Enter Paul Richardson, the ex-Seahawk is a 6-foot, 175 lbs. receiver with blazi...

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2018 Late Round Must Own QB: Blake Bortles April 6, 2018

I did not imagine for one moment heading into the 2017 season that would lead me to multiple championships, but here I am, 4 rings heavier with Bortles as the QB of every winning team I had. After streaming the QB position in the majority of leagues last ...

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Fantasy Impact: Brandin Cooks Traded to Rams April 6, 2018

Apparently, the Patriots felt that they had one too many Cooks in the kitchen because they are moving on from their big 2017 offseason acquisition, . The Rams, who already were offseason darlings, boost their receiver corps with the talented and speedy Co...

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Fantasy Impact: Gore Signs with Miami March 23, 2018

Like all people approaching retirement age, Frank Gore is moving to Florida. The 34 year-old has decided to play in his 14th(!) NFL season, and he joins his hometown Miami Dolphins on a one-year contract. Gore brings plenty of experience to the team, as h...

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NFL Draft Prep: Dante Pettis, WR, Washington February 27, 2018

The success rate on first-round receivers in recent years has been low. Guys like Tavon Austin and Laquon Treadwell, who many believed would become stars, turned out to be massive duds at the next level. I don’t see that same fate for Washington’s Dan...

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Bust Diaries: The Brett Hundley Files February 27, 2018

As Dynasty owner/evaluators we often pound our chests for the many ADP arrows we fire each off-season. How often do you look deeply into your mistakes? Sure you may mention them in passing or reference them as why you took player A over player B. I feel i...

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