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2020 NFL Draft: Under-the-Radar Prospects

By John Laub
John Laub Under-the-Radar Prospects: 2020 NFL Draft       QB Jacob Eason, Washington After one season in Seattle, WA, declares for NFL Draft. In 2015, named Gatorade National Player of the Year and USA Today All-American Offensive Player of the Year as a s Full Story

Fantasy Notes on Free Agency

By Kyle Dvorchak
Kyle Dvorchak The 2020 free agency was one for the ages and still has a lot of juice left to give. Most of the big news has already come across the ticker (Cam Newton aside) so its time to dig into the fantasy implications of each move. Major moves are at the top and the smaller moves will be added to the bottom Full Story

Algorithm Aversion Let Data Take the Wheel on Henry Ruggs

By Kyle Dvorchak
Kyle Dvorchak Breakout Age, the age at which a receiver reached a significant share of his teams offensive production in college, is one of the most useful metrics the fantasy community and NFL teams have for predicting wide receiver success. Players who account for a large portion of their offense at a young age Full Story

Ranking the 2019 Rookie WRs

By Kyle Dvorchak
Kyle Dvorchak The 2014 wide receiver class ushered in a new era at the position. It breathed life into the position at a time when the fantasy landscape was dominated by running backs. The 2019 group of rookies might not be that prolific but it is almost certainly the best since and is injecting youth into a posi Full Story

Ranking the 2019 Rookie QBs

By Kyle Dvorchak
Kyle Dvorchak Quarterback is easily the most difficult position to rank because talent is such a massive factor in their prognosis. Compare that to the running back position where volume is the biggest input for fantasy production. Quarterback talent is difficult to measure as well. Wide receivers have some great Full Story

2020 Fantasy Football Running Back Prospects part II

By John Laub
John Laub 2020 Running Back Prospects Ranking the Runners part II       7. Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt An undervalued runner in the Draft after a productive two-year tenure at Vanderbilt. Senior year of high school, named “Mr. Football” i Full Story

2020 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Prospects part II

By John Laub
John Laub 2020 Wide Receiver Prospects   Rating the Receivers part II         7. Jalen Reagor, TCU Horned Frogs’ playmaker begins professional career after three seasons on campus. In 2019, Second Team All-Big 12 and PFF Third Team All-Bi Full Story

2020 Tight End Prospects

By John Laub
John Laub 2020 Tight End Prospects    Targeting the Tight Ends           After forty-three years as an NFL Diehard and seven years watching prospects for my Scholar’s Study Sheets, I have concluded that finding a difference maker Full Story

Rookie Dynasty Mock Draft 2020 part II

By John Laub
John Laub Dynasty Football 101   Rookie Mock Draft part II                    February 14-17, 2020       Second-Round Recap and Analysis   2.2 WR Justin Jefferson, LSU “My next sel Full Story

Rookie Dynasty Mock Draft 2020

By John Laub
John Laub Dynasty Football 101      Rookie Mock Draft                        February 14-17, 2020     In the early Eighties, there were not many sporting events to watch during the cold da Full Story

 
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