NFL Fantasy Rookies The NFL Draft is in the rear-view mirror and fantasy drafts are on the horizon. Now that we know where these rookies will play, we can accurately forecast how to approach them. Some are more valuable in re-draft leagues, others in dynasty. This class had a ton
A look at Colts WR Donte Moncrief’s fantasy football value for 2014 and beyond. Where should you draft Moncrief in 2014? Will the Colts “Feed Moncrief?”
Every year the draft concludes with a few hundred draft hopefuls selected over the course of three days. Yet, once the lights go out at Radio City Music Hall after day three, the work is just beginning NFL teams.
The NFL draft is in the rearview mirror, and fantasy drafts on the horizon. Now we can forecast how to approach them in dynasty and re-draft leagues.
The final day of the 2014 NFL Draft has come to a close. Teams looked to take some flyers on some guys that may have slipped due to Character concerns, performance inconsistency and injuries. Yet, many of the players with these flaws still possess enough upside to warrant a team giving them a shot.
In day two of the 2014 NFL draft, we saw some true dynasty gems surface in some favorable spots. There were some great values had, as well as some big time surprise picks that some would consider reaches by a few rounds.
Day one of the 2014 NFL Draft has come and gone. Dynasty fantasy football owners have been dying to see where these prospects end up, so they can get prepped for their upcoming rookie drafts.
1-12 is a record no fantasy owner should experience, but it was my fate in the first year of my IDP dynasty league, Game of Touchdowns, and my Miami-Dade Dragons dropped almost every game.
Less touchdowns, a worse completion percentage, more interceptions, less wins — it was an ugly and disappointing sophomore season for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III last year.
Size and speed always get noticed in the NFL. At 6’5 and 240 pounds with 4.6 speed, former Florida State wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin has both. The redshirt sophomore burst onto the scene in 2013 by catch 15 touchdowns and averaging 18.7 yards per reception.