2 RB Prospects Look Like the Next Aaron Jones, But They Come at Very Different Costs

Shawn Siegele looks at two running back prospects who will battle to be the next Aaron Jones. One enters the NFL as a trendy pick who looks overrated by the RB Prospect Lab. The other has more production but will have to craft his own underdog story. Jones entered the league as the 182nd pick in the 2017 draft. Despite one of the most explosive 2,000-yard campaigns in college football history, he wasn’t even the

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Below-the-Radar Wide Receiver Signings

Now that the heart of free agency is behind us, and the calendar has turned to April, all eyes are looking towards the upcoming NFL Draft. Most high-profile free agents found new teams, and fantasy owners are adjusting rankings and tweaking projections. While not every move made a big splash, a few intriguing names either resigned with current teams or

Can Salvon Ahmed Transcend an Abysmal Speed Score? A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Salvon Ahmed spent three seasons at Washington after entering the program as a 4-star recruit. He ranks outside of the top-15 in the 2020 RB RSI  and will hope to become a Day 3 selection. Ahmed’s profile, from a scouting perspective, includes a number of holes and questions his vision, feel for blocks, and elusiveness. However, Ahmed was involved in

The College Football Transfer Portal: 2020 Watchlist

In case you missed it, I recently dove into the success rates of transfer quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers. And at first glance, it looks like transfers, and transfer success in general is on the rise. Quarterback transfers certainly look like the safest play. Wide receiver transfers are trending in that direction. And transfer running backs – although we

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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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