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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

The Texans Backfield Battle

Most would agree that the Texans backfield is comprised of 2 primary pieces. Those are Lamar Miller and rookie D’Onta Foreman. When Lamar Miller arrived in Houston, many owners were excited by the prospect of receiving a full workload after ...

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Decoding the Saints Offense

There’s an obvious sense of intrigue when it comes to the NFL’s most prolific offense. In 2016 they produced the most yards per game (426) and have a HoF QB who is almost a lock to throw for at least ...

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Who Is The Cowboys’ Next TE?

Straight to the point, I believe the man to succeed Jason Witten in Dallas is Rico Gathers. Witten has been the Cowboys’ starting TE since 2004; however his tenure is obviously nearing its end. Sometimes I get the feeling that ...

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Dynasty Nerds Twitter Rookie Mock Drafts 2017

A couple of months ago I began conducting rookie mock drafts on twitter. These comprised of Dynasty Nerds fans, and those on Draft Twitter, voting between 4 given options to select a player from 1.01 to 2.12. The 4 options ...

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Decoding The 49ers Offense

On a roster bereft of talent, the 49ers were expected to make an offensive splash; either through free agency or the draft. With “offensive guru” Kyle Shanahan taking the helm, our spidey senses were tingling to see what playmakers would ...

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Get It Together, Sammy!

Entering the NFL, Sammy Watkins was one of the most highly touted prospects we’ve seen at the position in the last decade. NFL.com’s rating of 7.3 (immediate pro bowl caliber player) was significantly higher than the likes of Mike Evans, ...

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Decoding the Ravens Offense

The Ravens were a very peculiar situation having not added a single offensive, skill position player in the NFL draft. Ozzie Newsome decided that what was on the roster would be sufficient for a playoff push. Despite very few new ...

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Decoding The Bengals Offense

The last couple of years have seen some slight changes in the Bengals offense. The team that has struggled to make it through the 1st round of playoffs has certainly done some restructuring; particularly in the last 2 drafts since ...

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Old Dogs Learning New Tricks

With such a “loaded”, 2017 Running Back draft class, many thought that teams would focus on bringing in one of the young studs to improve their backfield. A few RB needy teams did exactly that. Jacksonville brought in Fournette, Minnesota ...

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Decoding The Rams Offense

For the last few years of the Jeff Fisher era, most fantasy owners didn’t want to touch the Rams’ offense due to poor QB play, combined with a below par O-line. In comes Sean McVay. Looking at his previous stint ...

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