A must-read deep dive into the NFC West's fantasy outlook in 2020.
A debate within an article to answer one question: Who's the top dog receiver in Miami?
In my never-ending quest to bring attention to players worth stashing on the end of your bench, I'm bringing you not one, not two, but SEVEN. An entire starting roster of rookie players going incredibly late in drafts with the potential to break out and make you look like a genius.
The most recent question to take fantasy football by storm is, “What do I do about Deebo Samuel and what does his injury mean for my team?” This article has got you covered; we provide you with an in depth breakdown of what exactly a Jones fracture is, how it happens, why it is so common amongst NFL wide receivers, how some have recovered, and what it might mean for Deebo going forward. Let us know what you think by reaching out on twitter to @kallen_4 and @M_Walt_10!
What do Adrian Peterson, Josh Reynolds, Gerald Everett, and Steven Sims all have in common? These are the four players who sandwich Antonio Brown in Average Draft Position (ADP) heading into the 2020 season.
Drafting rookies is as much about landing spot as it is about talent and potential. Let's take a look at six rookie wide receivers and decide whether or not we should draft or fade.
Football is a physical game, which centers around collisions. When you compound the size and strength of today’s professional athletes with the violence of the sport, it's truly a miracle that there are not injuries on every single play. While I would never wish harm upon anyone, injuries are an unfortunate reality of football, and with that comes their impact on fantasy. Check out the 2020 Preseason Injury Preview for updates on some of the big names in fantasy heading into the 2020 draft season!
This rookie class is absurdly deep. There were 6 RBs selected in the first two rounds of the NFL draft and 11 in the first three rounds. There were 6 WRs selected in the first round and another 7 selected in the 2nd round. By comparison, the previous 5 years saw an average of 3.8 RBs and 7.8 receivers in the first 2 rounds. The 2020 draft was deeper at both the RB and WR positions than recent years have been, which has pushed some exciting players down dynasty draft boards and made it difficult to make the case that it's an outrage that Player X isn’t going in the top Y picks – but damn it I’m gonna try!
The NFL Combine has come and passed. You know what that means... two-round post-combine mock draft!