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Dynasty has caused many fights with all my friends, and I'm totally okay with the fact that fantasy football is now consuming our lives. The thrill we get every Sunday is like no other and makes it all worth it. I hope that my advice helps make your dynasty teams good enough to take your mind off life's other troubles. Currently working in business operations for the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL. Follow me on twitter: @DynastyJon

Deep Stash – Isaiah Ford

With the departure of Jarvis Landry among others, there are over 200 vacated targets in Miami for 2018. The Dolphins have acquired a bunch of mediocre assets in Danny Amendola and Albert Wilson. I think Devante Parker may finally have ...

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The Must Own for David Johnson’s Owners

David Johnson is an undebatable stud. He’s bound to touch the ball as much as his body allows in 2018. However, with such a heavy workload comes the risk of injury. Therefore, it’s wise to have an insurance plan…. Chase ...

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McKinnon’s Heir: Roc Thomas

After being drafted in the 3rd round in 2014, McKinnon became a valuable piece of the Vikings offense before departing to California. Operating as the secondary back to Adrian Peterson or even Dalvin Cook (for a brief stint), McKinnon provided ...

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James Conner Refresher

On July 16th, 2018, Leveon Bell allegedly turned down the largest contract in NFL history for a Running Back. He signed his second consecutive franchise tag for the 2018 season, meaning he will likely be bound for free agency in ...

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Forget Foreman…It’s Swanson Time

Lamar Miller’s hold of the Texans’ RB job is somewhat fragile. You don’t get a vibe that the Texans are attached to the guy long-term as their workhorse back. There have also been numerous concerns over the years about his ...

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Buy Low – John Ross

After running the fastest 40-yard dash in NFL history, John Ross had a real fall from grace. He set the world ablaze with a 4.22 time and was seen going in the middle of the 1st round in most rookie ...

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Moore to Come

On April 29, 2017, the Seahawks drafted a 6’1” 220-pound WR out of East Central University in the 7th round of the 2017 Draft. Another height, weight, speed prospect that most teams covet, David Moore wasn’t expected to be much ...

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Witten’s Heir: Blake Jarwin

On April 26th, 2018, Cowboys legend Jason Witten traded in his cleats for the booth. It left a giant chasm in the Cowboys’ passing attack. Couple that with the departure of Dez Bryant and the void remains even bigger.Initially, the ...

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Good Impression: Trey Quinn

Throughout the preseason, there’s always a couple of players who start receiving an abnormally high level or praise and begin shooting up rankings. Often, it’s late round rookies who may be getting closer to a starting gig than we thought ...

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Dante Pettis: T.J. Houshmandzadeh 2.0

Right off the bat, Dante Pettis reminds me a lot of Houshmandzadeh. The 49ers 2nd round pick shares a lot of traits with OchoCinco’s sidekick. For a 6 year stretch between 2004 and 2009, Houshmandzadeh was quite consistent; averaging right ...

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