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The Big 3

The crown jewel of the dynasty community is the stud WR. While in recent memory running backs have reigned supreme as the top picks in rookie drafts, it’s the WRs who dominate the first round of start-ups due to the ...

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Scouting Report – Chase Edmonds: The Next Dion Lewis?

The 2018 running back class is loaded, and it’s not just at the top. From Rashaad Penny  to Kamryn Pettway, to Royce Freeman, even the backs currently projected to go on the second and third day of the draft should ...

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Bulldog vs Bulldog

The University of Georgia, home of Bulldogs has their first crack at the college football playoff title after an impressive SEC championship game victory led by their two lead dogs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel. Undoubtedly the best 1-2 punch ...

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The Once Prodigal Kalen Ballage

Coming out of high school, Kalen Ballage was hyped to be a once in a generation talent. People were talking about him in the same manner that they talk about Saquon Barkley now. His high school tape entailed jaw-dropping highlight-plays, ...

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Get Your ‘Penny’ Stocks

2017 saw an unearthing of Rashaad Penny. The San Diego State Aztec saw the first 3 years of his career on the sideline, watching Donnel Pumphrey set countless NCAA records. As many of you know, Donnel Pumphrey was then drafted ...

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Scouting Report – Cedrick Wilson

In my opinion, he’s the best draft eligible WR who nobody is talking about. In a class when most are focusing on the likes of Courtland Sutton, Calvin Ridley, or James Washington, I believe Cedrick Wilson should be up there ...

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Richie James- Leaving Behind a Legacy

Richie James did not attend a ‘powerhouse’ school, but he certainly left behind a legacy. In just over 2 years, he holds the Middle Tennessee State University records for catches (244), receiving yards (3,261), and receiving TDs (23). He therefore ...

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ESB

It’s not too often that I’d endorse a WR with a mere 468 yards for the season, as a 1st round pick. Yet, that’s where I stand with Equanimeous St Brown. The peculiarly named wideout was named after the word ...

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Where is the ‘Love’

I don’t think anyone really expected it. A year after Christian McCaffrey was selected by the Carolina Panthers in the 1st round, Stanford had an immediate Heisman-caliber player ready to go. Bryce Love stepped into the starting running back role, ...

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LJ Scott: The Surprising Spartan

It’s that time of year again. Everyone gets excited wondering who will be this year’s steal of the draft. We delve deep into every guy entering the draft with the hopes of catching something no-one else will. As I’m sure ...

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