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Deep Dynasty Stashes - Undrafted Free Agents

Welcome to the first of this series called Deep Dynasty Stashes. As an avid dynasty football and fantasy football fan, this topic has always been a favorite of mine, and I'll be posting this through the pre-season and into the NFL season. One of the most fun parts of dynasty football leagues is drafting those... Read More

The loss of Dez Bryant to a salary disagreement and Jason Witten to ESPN leaves a huge hole in the Dallas Cowboys receiving ranks. The signing of Allen Hurns will help fill the void, but so will the drafting of rookie Michael Gallup. The problem is everyone is enamored by Gallup to the point where... Read More

Welcome to the first #TrendingNow of the 2018 season! If you haven’t had a chance to read this piece in the past, then let me take a second to introduce it. Each week throughout the pre-season and regular season I’ll look at several players who are either #TrendingUp or #TrendingDown. This is focused primarily on... Read More

The first week of preseason games are in the books, and while the games don't mean anything, there is still information we can glean from them. You'll hear a lot of overreaction from other sites, but we're here to tell you what really matters this early in the exhibition season. There are two things that... Read More

Derrius Guice Injury Fallout

Injuries are literally the worst. On the very first full day of preseason action, we saw four fantasy-relevant injuries, the worst being Derrius Guice's sprained MCL turned torn ACL. Fantasy owners and football fans alike thought Guice had averted disaster after he was initially diagnosed with a sprained MCL, which would have cost him around... Read More

The common sentiment is to take established veterans over rookies in redraft leagues since we know what we are going to get out of them. If the last few seasons have taught us anything, especially at the running back position, it is that this may not always be the right strategy. Players with the talent... Read More

The three-down back is starting to disappear in the NFL, and fantasy owners who don’t have a top first-round pick are missing out on the elite options. The shift to more committees in the NFL has also altered the way fantasy football owners draft. There are some team backfields you may want to avoid for... Read More

In my series preview, I presented five draft-eligible wide receivers who project to be early NFL draft selections and potentially great dynasty assets. Today, I'll focus on the running back position, specifically the top three RBs who were expected to declare for the 2018 class and made the late decision to return to school. Typically,... Read More

Training camps have now begun, as the days of summer continue their unrelenting progression into the preseason. As a result, owners are escalating their draft preparation and actual roster construction, in hopes that the teams that they have assembled will ultimately prevail in their leagues. The ongoing attempts to identify sleepers is an integral part of... Read More

With the 27th pick in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks selected Rashaad Penny, running back, San Diego St. Along with this pick came the hype of being a first-round running back in a pass-heavy league. We will have to wait and see how the pressure is handled; pressure, not... Read More

We continue our preseason fantasy football sleeper series with a look at Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb. While the first few rounds of every draft are essentially a wash-rinse-repeat of the consensus top-36, we can always count on those middle and late rounds to cement our confidence in this year's sleepers. The definition of... Read More

So excited for the 2018 Fantasy Football season! Finding late round WR sleepers is a must if you went heavy running back in the early rounds. In this episode i will share 5 WR sleepers that you can target in the late rounds of your fantasy football draft that could turn out to really help... Read More

Now that the 2018 NFL Draft and the bulk of free agent signings have concluded, fantasy owners have a somewhat clearer picture of how each team's offense is going to look this upcoming season. Still, many roster positions are won and lost in training camp and the preseason, especially when it comes to the running... Read More

Every year we all read articles or watch videos and find players that end up becoming big names we just want to avoid on draft day. In this episode, I will be giving some fantasy football advice on a few players that I am avoiding in all of my fantasy football drafts this season due to... Read More

So excited for the 2018 Fantasy Football season! Sleepers can be described so many ways. More times than not on draft day people end up scrambling for running backs in the late rounds because they made different choices earlier in the draft. In this episode, I will be sharing some late-round running backs that you... Read More

One of the biggest pitfalls of fantasy football analysis is recency bias. Whenever something new or innovative is invented or discovered, everyone is looking for "the next (insert thing) here." In fantasy football, we constantly chase last year's production at our own peril. Alvin Kamara is coming off the single most efficient season for a... Read More

We are all excited for the 2018 Fantasy Football season! Every year we all read articles or watch videos and find players that end up becoming must-own players for us. In this episode, I will be giving you my must own players for 2018 that need to be draft day targets for your fantasy football... Read More

This year marks the second iteration of the National Fantasy Football Convention (NFFC, not to be confused with the National Fantasy Football Championship draft series). Held in Fort Worth, Texas, a stone's throw away from Jerry's World in Dallas, the convention took place from July 13-15 and featured some of the biggest names from the... Read More

It's time to create your 2018 Fantasy Football draft strategy and you need to know if you can trust these rookie wide receivers or if they're busts. In this episode, I will talk about five rookie WRs that are getting a lot of preseason attention and render an early verdict on their fantasy value for 2018.... Read More

The talk about who is the first rookie taken in dynasty drafts this year begins and ends with Giants running back Saquon Barkley. Any discussion that answers with a different name is doing so just to be a contrarian. The real question this year comes with the quarterback position, where a host of early draft... Read More

We continue our preseason fantasy football sleeper series with a look at Detroit Lions running back Kerryon Johnson. While the first few rounds of every draft are essentially a wash-rinse-repeat of the consensus top-36, we can always count on those middle and late rounds to cement our confidence in this year's sleepers. The definition of... Read More

Oftentimes, the learning curve for tight ends entering the NFL is extremely high. A common trend among NFL coaches is to draft several tight ends and develop them for a few years as blockers and receivers before letting them have a significant portion of the team's offensive snaps/target share. For fantasy football, the tight end... Read More

It's time to create your 2018 Fantasy Football draft strategy and you need to know if you can trust these rookie RB or if they're busts. In this episode, I will talk about five rookie RBs that are getting a lot of preseason attention and let you know if you can trust them or if they're... Read More

There are two ways to handle the ending of rookie drafts in your dynasty leagues. You can either be sad that you won't have another shot at a young player for 12 months or you can begin looking at the next crop of talent that you'll be choosing. Ok... I mean, I guess you can... Read More

As a dynasty owner preparing for your upcoming rookie draft, the top of your board is probably not littered with tight ends. Nonetheless, it's an important position that requires far more scrutiny from the fantasy owner to pick the right player, since targets are fewer and usage is less than a high volume position like... Read More

Oftentimes, the learning curve for quarterbacks entering the NFL is extremely high. A common trend among NFL coaches is to spend a high draft pick on quarterback talent and then let that quarterback sit and learn from a veteran stopgap signal-caller for a year or two until they are ready to play. For fantasy football,... Read More

Wide receivers are a staple of NFL teams and fantasy rosters, with their ability to generate yards through the air a major factor for the success of the majority of NFL teams. Additionally, with PPR and half-PPR formats dominating fantasy scoring standards, wide receivers are becoming more and more important to championship rosters. Although wide... Read More

There comes a point in every dynasty draft where you have to weigh between choosing a top tier proven talent with the seemingly unlimited upside of a rookie draft pick. It seems as if there is never an easy answer; veterans have the advantage of having an actual NFL track record, while rookies seem to... Read More

Who is Josh Allen?

Who is Josh Allen? It was a question I found myself asking quite frequently as we approached the draft this year. Evaluators are all split on Allen, either you think he is a genuine NFL talent or you think he will turn out to be little or nothing. No one is just right in the... Read More

The lack of depth at tight end is more apparent than ever, especially with Hunter Henry's unfortunate non-contact ACL injury in OTAs. Never fear, as help is on the way in the form of a brand new crop of young talent. After looking at wide receivers, running backs, and quarterbacks previously in our post-draft arbitrage... Read More

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