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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

DJ Chark – Scouting Report

Before you say anything, no this is not a mistaken article about Maryland’s DJ Moore who is flying up everyone’s rankings at the moment. Instead, it’s about a guy who is barely cracking the top 3 rounds of any analysts’ ...

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The Blazing Keke Coutee

Key’Vantanie Coutee will look to follow in the footsteps of Wes Welker and Michael Crabtree to be the next best Texas Tech WR to transition to the NFL. The second-team All-Big 12 Wide Receiver in 2017, ranked 4th in college ...

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The Peculiar Jaylen Samuels

NC State’s Jaylen Samuels really intrigues me. His versatility is a true personification of what NFL teams are looking for in the modern era. Guys who can do a bit of everything seem to be enamored as offenses evolve. He’s ...

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Mr. Excitement – Martez Carter

To me, Martez Carter is 2018’s version of Tarik Cohen (just slightly bigger). Just watch this clip and it’s easy to see why! .@GSU_TIGERS Martez “Mr Excitement” Carter opens the 2nd half with a huge kickoff return and Grambling capitalizes! ...

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Mark Walton: The Forgotten Hurricane

If you were listening to the latest episode of the podcast, you would have heard Matt, Rich, and Dynasty Mike (in spirit), briefly mention Mark Walton. He’s a higher end prospect that, many people might not realize, declared for the ...

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Ronald Jones II- Youngest Player in Your Drafts

From my initial research, it would appear that Ronald Jones II is the youngest skill position player in the 2018 draft. Having only turned 20 five months ago, I see a few similarities between Jones and the youngest player in ...

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John Kelly: Is He Worth the Trouble?

Marijuana and domestic altercations are not the traits you desire when evaluating prospects. In October John Kelly was cited for marijuana possession. Shortly after, the Tennessee offense crashed and burned amid Butch Jones drama. On January 13th, Jones was then ...

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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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