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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

And All That Jazz

Jazz Ferguson was not someone that was on my radar a few months ago. NFL Draft Insider’s Jared Tokarz brought him to my attention after announcing that the Northwestern State WR had over 25 meetings with NFL teams at the ...

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Keep Terry on the Down Low

Every season there are a couple of players whose value you love. As the draft process progresses, you hope your league mates somehow disappear and are trapped in a cave, so they don’t catch on to the hype. You pray ...

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Miles Boykin- The Cheaper Metcalf

Although I’m not a fan of Metcalf in general, I’ll be the first to admit that he certainly displayed some impressive traits at the combine. However, I believe a much cheaper and just as productive prospect is Miles Boykin. With ...

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The Saquon Successor – Miles Sanders

We only got to see one full year of Miles Sanders at Penn State. Prior to that, he was backing up the GOAT….the one and only Saquon Barkley. You can’t really count that as a knock against him as even ...

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Blowing the Combine Away

So much chatter over the weekend centered around DK Metcalf’s combine and debate surrounding his hierarchy in this draft class. As fun as this discussion was, it overshadowed some of the other impressive combine performances. As such, I wanted to ...

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Small School Hero – Ashton Dulin

Every year, I love seeing which small school heroes are lucky enough to receive combine invites. This year, that guy is Ashton Dulin. In doing so, Dulin became the first Malone Univeristy football player to ever receive a combine invite. ...

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George Kittle 2.0- TJ Hockenson

tj hockenson iowa

Iowa is beginning to look like a hot bed for Tight Ends. After producing arguably, the most valuable dynasty TE in George Kittle as well as Dallas Clark, they have 2 more high-end prospects entering the 2019 draft. Those are ...

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Trayveon Williams – The Consistent Aggie

There are a lot of glaring similarities between 3 of my favorite RBs in the 2019 class. Devin Singletary, Darrell Henderson, and Trayveon Williams are all 5’9” 200-pounds and have video game type production over their college careers. I’ve previously ...

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Rodney Anderson – Worth the Risk?

Rodney Anderson Oklahoma

If you speak to some analysts, they may have Rodney Anderson as the top RB in this class. Others wouldn’t even consider him a first round rookie talent. The 6’1” 220 Pound Oklahoma Running Back has injuries to blame for ...

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The Roll Tide Twosome

Remember just last year, Georgia had a dynamic duo in their backfield both on the verge of NFL stardom. Many dynasty owners were swaying back and forth between Nick Chubb and Sony Michel. Both dominated at the college level despite ...

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