Bold is Beautiful: Predictions for an Unpredictable Season – AFC & NFC East

By Brendan Taffe AFC East Buffalo Bills: No Skill Players Finish In The Top-24 At Their Position    Much like the Ravens, the Bills added a dynamic new piece to their offense this offseason. In a trade that is looked at as a rare “win-win”, the Bills received Stefon Diggs in exchange for their first-round … Continue reading Bold is Beautiful: Predictions for an Unpredictable Season – AFC & NFC East

Bold is Beautiful: Predictions for an Unpredictable Season – Part 3

Sutton has done everything the Broncos have asked through his first two years in the league. He is the team's WR1, and he looks to be the go-to target for Drew Lock in his second year. In 2018, his rookie year, Sutton finished as WR51 in 0.5 PPR leagues. Last year, Sutton jumped all the way up to WR19. That is precisely the kind of ascent a fantasy manager looks for when projecting a future WR1 in fantasy football.

Bold is Beautiful: Predictions for an Unpredictable Season – Part 2

By Brendan Taffe AFC South Houston Texans: Deshaun Watson Is Not A QB1 I’ll wait for the boos to die down.  Ok ready?  I think we are downplaying the loss of DeAndre Hopkins.  There are not many other receivers in the league quite like him.  He can win at all levels of the field, make … Continue reading Bold is Beautiful: Predictions for an Unpredictable Season – Part 2

A Farewell to Armstead: Why we are targeting Ryquell in Dynasty

Opportunity is just as much of a factor as talent when it comes to finding the next fantasy football sleeper. Ryquell Armstead is entering his second year in the league after the Jaguars made him the second pick in the fifth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. He comes from a small school, Temple University, whose toughest in-conference opponents were UCF and Cincinnati. Even while playing against the less-than-stellar competition, Armstead was only able to rush for 1000 yards his senior year, despite getting at least 150 carries in each of his last three years. His 4.45 40 yard dash was particularly impressive considering his 220-pound frame, but otherwise, he did not wow anybody at the combine. It is no surprise that he was the twelfth running back off the board.