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DFF Draft Coverage: Jaelon Darden to the Buccaneers May 2, 2021

Jaelon Darden is one of your annual small-school stories where an incredible athlete, who was overlooked by large programs, emerges. Darden was a high school QB, so he possesses basic knowledge about reading coverages and finding openings in the defense. ...

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Offseason Preparation: Hidden Gems December 19, 2020

Only a few contenders are left in leagues vying for the championship, but regardless of the position your dynasty team is in, the constant drive to improve your team should never end even if the season is coming to a close. Each year, in each league some ...

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Scott Miller: 2020 Dynasty Profile September 20, 2020

The Buccaneers drafted Miller in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft as a deep wide receiver flier. Miller played four years at Bowling Green State University in the MAC conference. Even though he played at a smaller school, he dominated his team in rec...

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DFF Rookie Round Table, Part 10: Final Thoughts July 13, 2020

We debated the rankings on Jalen Reagor, Henry Ruggs, Tee Higgins, Joe Burrow, Tua Tagovailoa, AJ Dillon, Bryan Edwards, Antonio Gandy-Golden, Zack Moss, and Joshua Kelley. We also touched upon players in their range, and who should be ascending or descen...

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Tyler Johnson to Tampa Bay Buccaneers: NFL Draft 2020 April 25, 2020

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Tyler Johnson, Wide Receiver, out of the University of Minnesota. He was the 16th pick of the fifth round and was the 20th wide receiver drafted in the 2020 NFL Draft. Biography Tyler Johnson is 6’2” and 206 pounds. ...

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Devy Scouting Report: Tyler Johnson December 13, 2019

Tyler Johnson was just a three-star ranked prospect coming out of North Senior highschool in Minneapolis when he committed to the University of Minnesota. Johnson was the 33rd ranked athlete by 247Sports coming out of high school and wasn’t even ranked ...

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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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