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Size Doesn’t Matter: Devin Singletary

We’re seeing an emerging trend of smaller RBs in the NFL. With spread offenses, size doesn’t seem to matter so much as RBs are used all over the field rather than in between the tackles. For Example, Tarik Cohen is ...

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Right said Fred (Biletnikoff)?

The Biletnikoff is awarded to the “outstanding college football receiver” each season.  Voting is currently underway to determine this year’s winner, following last month’s announcement of the semi-finalists: Andy Isabella (Massachusetts) Jerry Jeudy (Alabama) Tylan Wallace (Oklahoma State)   This ...

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Darrell Henderson- The Memphis Workhorse

One of my favorite prospects in this 2019 draft class is Memphis Running Back, Darrell Henderson. In a class which is slightly thinner at the position, I think he has a strong chance to go in the early rounds. Measuring ...

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2019 Draft Class Watchlist

We’re now 9 weeks through the 2018 season, so halfway through the fantasy season. By this point, you likely know if your team has a fighting chance or is out of it. For those of you that are out of ...

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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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Superscore Analysis of 2018 Rookie WRs

Welcome back all for the third installment of the Superscore Analysis of Rookie WRs! Let’s start out by looking at the past two years’ Superscore Candidates: 2016 Superscore Candidate – Michael Thomas (NO) – Lead all Rookie WRs in Receptions, ...

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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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Over-hyped and Under-hyped Rookies

Now that the NFL draft has taken place, we can more credibly rely on ADP and expert rankings to determine who is being overvalued and undervalued in fantasy drafts. Most rookie drafts go at least 3 rounds, and most fourth ...

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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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Staying Ahead | A far to early look at the 2019 NFL draft class – Part 1

Everyone loves the shiny new toys. Every year as we approach rookie drafts, values soar as owners want to get their hands on new merchandise to spice things up. Countless times I have received offers for picks in the upcoming ...

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