Tags Archives: Wide Receivers

Sleeper Series: Randall Cobb September 2, 2020

After writing my redraft team breakdown series, I decided to start a new series as we approach the 2020 fantasy season. Every week, or probably more often than that, I’m going to bring you one fantasy sleeper representing a massive value in 2020 redraft...

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Risers and Fallers: Part 4 September 1, 2020

As we approach the redraft season, I want to begin a new series of recent risers and fallers based on events happening in the fantasy football world. In each article, I’ll give you two risers and two fallers. There are many reasons that a player could m...

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#TomBomb: Denver Broncos August 29, 2020

What we have happening, at this very moment, is a Courtland Sutton dynasty buying window. If you are looking for the reason behind such an event, you simply have to look no further than my previous two player evaluations. The reality of the situation, cur...

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#TomBomb: Tennessee Titans August 26, 2020

The nice thing about some of these takes is that they simply write themselves. Now, I’m sure you’re wondering why in the world I’ve placed a 26-year old RB who has logged 804 professional carries, in four years, as my #1 Tennessee Titans buy-low dyn...

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Corey Davis: 2020 Dynasty Profile August 23, 2020

Davis can improve as much as he wants, but it won’t make a difference if the passing volume isn’t there. The Titans have finished 31st in pass attempts the last two seasons, largely due to a highly efficient running attack lead by Derrick Henry. He’...

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Risers and Fallers: Part 2 August 23, 2020

As we approach the redraft season, I want to begin a new series of recent risers and fallers based on events happening in the fantasy football world. In each article, I'll give you two risers and two fallers. There are many reasons that a player could mov...

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2nd Year Breakout Wide Receivers: Part 3 August 16, 2020

The consensus used to be that it took wide receivers three years to breakout into fantasy relevance. But, the NFL is turning more pass-happy and players are being utilized in various ways. So, it isn't out of the question that there are a few second-year ...

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Diontae Johnson: 2020 Dynasty Profile August 15, 2020

At Johnson’s current value, he likely represents a dynasty sell. I’m a firm believer in a bounce-back season for Smith-Schuster, and I expect the Steelers to reach a long-term agreement with him. I don’t see Johnson as having the same ceiling as som...

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2nd Year Breakout Wide Receivers: Part 2 August 14, 2020

The consensus used to be that it took wide receivers three years to breakout into fantasy relevance. But, the NFL is turning more pass-happy and players are being utilized in various ways. So, it isn't out of the question that there are a few second-year ...

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2nd Year Breakout Wide Receivers: Part 1 August 13, 2020

The consensus used to be that it took wide receivers three years to breakout into fantasy relevance. But, the NFL is turning more pass-happy and players are being utilized in various ways. So, it isn't out of the question that there are a few second-year ...

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Redraft Impact of PPR Scoring August 13, 2020

The original idea of half and full PPR scoring was to even out the production between running backs and wide receivers. In the past, say 15-20 years ago, running backs significantly outscored wide receivers. But, giving points per reception leveled the pl...

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Jarvis Landry: 2020 Dynasty Profile August 13, 2020

Jarvis Landry was the WR21 in fantasy points per game in a season where Baker Mayfield experienced a decreased yards-per-attempt, completion rate, and touchdown rate. All signs point toward Mayfield taking a step forward this season and the Browns being a...

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Sleeper Series: Allen Lazard August 12, 2020

After writing my redraft team breakdown series, I decided to start a new series as we approach the 2020 fantasy season. Every week, or probably more often than that, I’m going to bring you one fantasy sleeper representing a massive value in 2020 redraft...

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Stefon Diggs: 2020 Dynasty Profile August 10, 2020

Stefon Diggs joined the Minnesota Vikings in 2015 as a 5th-round pick. Since then, he has produced four top-30 fantasy finishes in five seasons, including a WR10 finish in 2018....

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Deebo Samuel: 2020 Dynasty Profile August 7, 2020

I believe that now is the perfect time to strike and acquire shares of Samuel in your dynasty league. Once he returns to the lineup and demonstrates that he’s healthy, his price will rise. This Jones fracture is a short-term injury, and it shouldn’t d...

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Travis Kelce: 2020 Dynasty Profile August 6, 2020

Dynasty owners don’t want to invest in Kelce at his current cost of a third-round startup pick and the dynasty TE2. However, if you’re a contender, Kelce is worth far more to your team than what you could recoup for him in a trade. He’s tied to Maho...

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Jamison Crowder: 2020 Dynasty Profile July 27, 2020

It never ceases to amaze me that the majority of people will continue to buy “brand names” items, regardless of the price. This holds true in nearly all facets of society and even extends to fantasy football. Jamison Crowder is not a brand name item. ...

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UDFA Unraveled: WRs July 18, 2020

As the post-draft hype begins to fade and teams start looking for any asset on the waiver wire that they believe can help bolster their roster, everyone is looking for that next edge. In a recent argument on @TaleofTwoRivals, we bantered quickly about the...

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Tyler Lockett: 2020 Dynasty Profile July 15, 2020

Tyler Lockett finally stepped into the number one wideout role for the Seattle Seahawks in 2019 and produced elite numbers when he was healthy. In 2019, Lockett played in over 90% of the offensive snaps in 8 of his first 9 games. After he was hospitalized...

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D.J. Chark: 2020 Dynasty Profile July 15, 2020

When the Jacksonville Jaguars selected D.J. Chark in the 2nd round of the 2018 NFL Draft, they knew they were getting, if nothing else, a truly special athlete: an outside receiver standing 6’ 3” tall, with 4.3 speed and a 93rd percentile burst score....

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