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I'm Brian, and I'm from Southern California. Currently attending school in Idaho, where I'm studying Sociology. I've been playing fantasy football for about 12 years and dynasty for 5 of those. I'm a big IDP guy (#NoTeamD). Big fan of the Indianapolis Colts. I own John Brown on almost every single one of my Dynasty teams. Hit me up on Twitter @FantasyOutlaw.

Narrative Street Red Light/Green Light

Stories. They make fantasy football entertaining. Packed up with the amusement, we can tease out valuable clues that can provide clarity. It’s a tool which can mix the ingredients of data/numbers, team makeup/personnel, scheme fit, and information (whether true or ...

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Trading is the Worst

You go looking around the rosters of the teams in your leagues. You see a few players that pique your interest. Offers are sent. You get varying degrees of interest. Then, that one email comes. = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); “Are ...

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Piece of the Pie: All 32 Team’s Fantasy Points Pie Divided

= window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); One of my favorite fantasy football analysts is Sigmund Bloom of The Football Guys. Regularly on The Audible or On The Couch podcasts I’ve heard him talk about “the fantasy pie” when referring to teams potential ...

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Tyreek Hill: We’ve Seen This Movie Before

When I stepped out of the theater after watching Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens, I got in my car and thought to myself, “Wait, that story line seemed familiar. That was Episode IV with some slight differences!” Robot ...

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D’Onta Foreman: The 2,000 Yard Man

D’Onta Foreman has begun this draft season as an almost consensus top 5 back in this running back class. If he is to keep such a lofty status throughout this exhaustive examination, it’s our duty to ask some difficult questions. ...

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Corey Davis: Cut the Wild Bronco Loose

This is one of my favorite times of the year. By the time this is published the 2016 season, both fantasy and NFL, will likely have concluded and we’ll get to dive head first into the NFL Draft. We start ...

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Are We Jumping the Gun in 2017 Drafts?

Let me begin with this caveat – a million things could happen between now and the start of the 2017 Draft in April. I expect it. However, for this article, I’m going to discuss a topic concerning our 2017 rookie ...

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Jamaal Williams: Hidden Workhorse

Expectations for the 2017 class are incredible. Especially dissecting the running back talent, this class has the top end talent and the depth to drastically change the landscape of a huge portion of NFL backfields. Whatever you like, this class ...

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Bucky Hodges: Red Zone Hokie

The tight end position in fantasy has been a hodge-podge of mediocrity and 2016 was a screaming example of how the position has really struggled in terms of fantasy investment. While we normally have a few score at the same ...

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10 Things We Learned in Week 12

Jordan Reed displays a feat of human nature             While I’m not sure if it’s smart or foolish – the decision to come back into the Week 12 matchup with the Dallas Cowboys by Jordan Reed was one of the ...

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