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Author Archives: Matthew Mitchell

Luckiest man alive. Father, Husband, Son, Brother, and dynasty enthusiast. Ph.D in 20th Century U.S. History. Love researching and writing about things that interest me. Obviously love watching NFL and College football. Thoroughly enjoy sharing musings on dynasty football with all the readers of this amazing website. Follow me on twitter: @ReflipeWThenuz

Go West Young Man: Flacco To Denver

One of the foregone conclusions of this offseason was the exit of Joe Flacco from Baltimore. Last season the Ravens traded back into the 1st round in order to draft Lamar Jackson with the 32nd pick. From the moment Jackson’s ...

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Jaylen Samuels: The Most Interesting Handcuff In Dynasty

As dynasty owners and essentially amateur scouts, we all have certain players we find ourselves intrigued with. Often times players we loved coming out of college are drafted to situations that are not advantageous to their immediate fantasy production. One ...

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East-West Shrine Game Observations

     Long looked upon as the lesser of the college Senior All-Star games the East-West Shrine Game has nonetheless played host to scores of dynasty relevant players. Players such as Brett Favre, Steve Smith, and Elijah McGuire have taken the ...

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3rd Year Wrs Who Won’t Break The Bank

vault door symbolizing players who wont break the bank

It used to be a fairly standard acumen that wide receivers had three years to develop before being considered a draft bust. Nowadays owners become sour on a player if he doesn’t produce in his first season much less his ...

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Penny Stocks: Players To Buy Cheap Before Free Agency

For those of us in the dynasty community there are few times as exciting as the NFL draft. Players finding their new team affects values in ways that are obvious to all. Just think about how high the dynasty stock ...

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Stash Me If you Can

We all have those owners in our dynasty leagues who have very little patience and this is the time of year to take advantage of their impatience. For this article, I would like to focus on three wide receivers who ...

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