What Should We Make of Bryan Edwards? A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Bryan Edwards is one of the more divisive prospects in the 2020 wide receiver draft class. Some believe his skill set will demand the NFL draft capital to land him near the back end of the first round of dynasty rookie drafts while others believe that early capital will not come to fruition, and his value will fall to the third round of such drafts. I find myself somewhere in the middle, so let’s explore

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RB Prospect Lab Rankings: 2 Small-School Stars Score with Edwards-Helaire

Shawn Siegele examines a couple of small-school stars in the RB Prospect Lab and updates his rankings to highlight these sleepers.  After the NFL combine, I updated our RB Prospect Lab rankings to include many of the high-profile prospects for the 2020 class. Two of my favorite sleepers were not involved in that update, and it’s time we dive into

Is the Tyler Boyd Hype Justified?

Every offseason, the fantasy community tends to home in on a handful of players that they project to have exciting upcoming seasons. Last year, it was Chris Godwin. The hype was high based on coach-speak, situation, and talent, and he delivered in a big way. Sometimes the hype doesn’t pay off, and sometimes it does. One player receiving a substantial

Is Albert Okwuegbunam the Top Tight End in the Class? A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

There is at least one inarguable factor working for Albert Okwuegbunam in his quest to be the first tight end drafted, and that is his speed. Are the wheels and other attributes enough to make Albert O. the first tight end off the board? Let’s examine. From The Beginning Okwuegbunam is from Springfield, Illinois, where he attended Sacred Heart-Griffin high

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What Can You Expect From Miles Sanders in 2020?

It didn’t happen exactly like we planned, but Miles Sanders did come on in the second half of his rookie season, ending the year with 1,327 total yards and six touchdowns. Many fantasy players expected the Penn State product to simply overtake Jordan Howard — a one-dimensional runner who lacked the sterling profile of the second-round pick Sanders — over

Superflex Winners and Losers – Seismic Shocks Rock the Best Format In Fantasy

Shawn Siegele looks at the biggest winners and losers in superflex formats after a wild week of free agency at the quarterback position. The first week of free agency has brought a flurry of fantasy stories, from the DeAndre Hopkins trade that inspired a fantasy tidal wave to Stefon Diggs’ controversial arrival in Buffalo. But the central narrative in 2020

Jordan Howard Is Better Than Advertised and Could Provide ADP Cover for a Rookie Stud

Jordan Howard has reportedly agreed to a two-year contract with the Miami Dolphins for more than $10 million. The 10th back selected in the 2016 NFL Draft, Howard has wildly outperformed those original expectations, but his career immediately entered a downward trajectory after a fantastic rookie season. Can he do more than play spoiler to the Dolphins eventual selection in

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Zero RB, Antifragility, and the Myth of Value-Based Drafting

Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of The Black Swan, has a new book out, and, if anything, it’s probably even more potent (if also self-contradictory in many places). The book is called Antifragile and this is his definition of the term: Some things benefit from shocks; they thrive and grow when exposed to volatility, randomness, disorder, and stressors and love adventure.

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