The goal of this column is simple. Just as the hitchhiker attempts to achieve their destination without a consistent or known vehicle, we will reach your league championship relying on a mix of temporary solutions and unexpected revelations. I will attempt to stream the highest scoring season long RB2 slot we can, relying only on a finite pool of late round picks and the waiver wire. I will explain the parameters in detail at the end of the article.
Did you think NFL Draft Season was over? It's not, today is Labor Day and there is no better time to expand on the "Intro to the 2023 Class" series than to...READ MORE
Did you think NFL Draft Season was over? It’s not, today is Labor Day and there is no better time to expand on the “Intro to the 2023 Class” series than to move into my Super 60 Prospects entering the 2022 College Football Season.
The NFC East, famously referred to as the NFC Least, has been a pretty sad division over the last couple seasons and for good reason. It was only two years ago this division was won by a 7-9 Washington Football Team. Have the four teams within the division done enough to bring them out of the pits of the NFL?
Raheim Sanders came into Arkansas as a 4-star prospect who stood 6-2 and weighed 220. Size is always a must when it comes to analyzing Devy running backs. I am sure most fans get tired of reading it and I get tired of saying it but the same mistakes continue to manifest every season. Luckily, Sanders (who has the nickname Rocket) already has the requisite alpha size.
Some fantasy players love to know what they have before they draft a player. “Have to see it first drafters” are organized and rule-based. They like to draft experienced players with large NFL sample sizes. “Look how they did last year! This is what I am expecting again this year!” The problem with this drafting style is that it rarely produces the sort of build that can truly dominate your opponents. Often this style of drafting leads to chasing old scores and drafting players who have already played their best seasons as a pro. This limits the unknown upside that lies with players who are on the verge of breaking out.
The preseason is now over. The NFL season is just around the corner, and you may be wondering how exactly is each AFC West team looking as we charge straight toward Week 1 like a runaway train?! The following article are my collection of thoughts as to where each team sits as they end the preseason, and my predictions for how things will shake out within the most tumultuous division in all of football! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
Drafting is paramount in seasonal leagues. Leagues can be lost messing up the early portion of the draft, but they are definitely won finding the players later that outperform their draft prices. Here are players that I would consider ADP Smashers in 2022 according to their Underdog ADP’s.
Training camp is in full swing so it’s time to check in on how the AFC South is looking. How is Derrick Henry looking? Is Matt Ryan gelling with the new organization? What is the Texans offense looking like? Is Trevor Lawrence on the right path? All of these questions will be answered and more.
Last season, Cooper Kupp had one of the most productive WR seasons ever. He led the league in receptions (145), TD receptions (16), and receiving yards (1947). By simply drafting Kupp, fantasy managers gave themselves a chance at winning their league titles. But what gets lost in the shuffle is Kupp was being drafted a few spots behind his teammate in Robert Woods. Woods did not lead managers to fantasy titles, to say the least.
This guide is meant to de-mystify PlayerProfiler’s highlighted metrics and help you understand what drives running back success in fantasy football. The metrics are split into six sections, which I’ll cover individually: Opportunity, Productivity, Advanced Receiving, Efficiency, College Production & Workout Metrics, and Formation-Specific.