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Expert Mock Breakdown 2019

By Kyle Dvorchak
Kyle Dvorchak Like the leaves of a beautiful tree changing from green to brown, summer speculation in the NFL has transformed into majestic training camp videos of backups making plays over practice squad players. With the hype machines in full force, draft positions have begun to fluctuate wildly. Note: I h Full Story

Risers and Fallers going into preseason wk2 2019

By Michael Valverde
Michael Valverde Preseason week one is over, and even though these games can be handy in trying to pluck some diamonds from the rough, but for the most part the NFL use it to roster trim. Enjoy the games for what its worth, but dont get swept up in the hype or the magical athletic moves of a guy who will be changi Full Story

What the numbers tell us about quarterback success and failure in 2019

By Adam Hall
Adam Hall What the numbers tell us about quarterback success and failure in 2019. Adam Hall Numbers tell us much of what we need to know Quarterbacks entering the NFL have played the game at a higher level than most in college, but there are significant differences between resumes of quarterbacks desti Full Story

Draft Analysis of Sirius Flex Draft

By Jen Ryan
Jen Ryan Last Friday, I had the privilege of drafting in Jake Ceily’s annual FLEX league. This is my fourth season and I lucked into this league. True story: our very own Bob Harris couldn’t make it down to Washington, D.C. for FLEX and Emil Kadlec sent me down there in Bob’s place. I’ve been trying my best Full Story

Risers and Fallers going into preseason 2019

By Michael Valverde
Michael Valverde Risers Kerryon Johnson Dating back to the last off-season Kerryon Johnson was getting recognition of someone who could be a bell-cow. The Lions had other plans when it came to the regular season. The coaching staff made sure that Johnson and LeGarrette Blount were going to split time evenly carr Full Story

fantasy football rankings tiers 2019

By Michael Valverde
Michael Valverde Tiers. This mechanism alone could win an owner a title. The first time I ever developed a tier sheet was around 2001. I heard this term "tier" floating around the fantasy football section of the internet and immediately I was all-in. It is essential and a great step in organizing a drafting strategy Full Story

NFL Strength of Schedule and Defensive Projections for 2019

By Adam Hall
Adam Hall by Adam Hall and David Sciacca Luck is often defined as preparation meeting opportunity. In this article the rsum of each team is peeled back to expose the liabilities and strengths that the fantasy community can exploit to earn a leg up against the competition in the upcoming season. Through Full Story

3 Best Ball Passing Stacks to Target

By Kyle Dvorchak
Kyle Dvorchak Before we get into the best passing stacks for the 2019 season, is stacking quarterback and their targets beneficial in the first place? Stacking in 2018 Receivers Each week, in a Best Ball league, we want to have one of the top-scoring passers in the NFL. The top-50 individual games for qu Full Story

Using Strength of Schedule Analysis to Get Ahead

By Alex McCarthy
Alex McCarthy The Schedules The color-coded schedules that accompany this article are a graphic representation of the caliber of passing and rushing defenses each team will play over the course of the season. Projecting a teams defensive performance for next season begins with analyzing their performance from la Full Story

2019 Offseason Marked By Some Major Changes

By Bob Harris
Bob Harris Change is a constant in the NFL offseason. It happens at all levels. In the league office. Team management. Coaching. All have some impact on the game. But none as much as player movement. That was even more prominent this offseason, with some of the biggest names in the NFL moving to new locati Full Story

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