What Does the Quarterback Swap Mean for Broncos and Seahawks Wide Receivers?
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Several teams have new quarterbacks with projected upgrades and downgrades for their receivers. Previously, I looked at the Steelers and Panthers receivers with the sneaky upside. Today we’ll focus on two teams who traded quarterbacks with each other during the offseason: the Broncos and the Seahawks As expected, the ADP market boosted the Broncos’ receivers, yet there was skepticism surrounding the Seahawks. Let’s take a...

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Mind the Gap: Finding Value in Unclear Backfields and Uncertain Offenses

In July, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs and previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. A reminder – B1 and B2 running backs refer to the team’s RB1 and…...

Don’t Give Up on These Exciting Receivers: 2 Teams with Sneaky Quarterback Upgrades

The new season brings with it several quarterback changes: Pittsburgh, Carolina, Denver, Washington, and more. For some of these receivers, it was an upgrade. For many, it looks like a downgrade. A few situations are ambiguous, particularly weaker offenses with receivers who have been productive in the past. With their ADPs dropping, could they present low-risk, high-reward options we want to chase? Today we’ll take…...

Is Michael Carter Still Draftable? Sorting Through 3 More Small-Gap Backfields

Last time, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs, as well as previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel, that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. In all these articles, B1 and B2 running backs refer to…...

Mind the Gap: Finding Value in Unclear Backfields and Uncertain Offenses

In July, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs and previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. A reminder – B1 and B2 running backs refer to the team’s RB1 and…...

Don’t Give Up on These Exciting Receivers: 2 Teams with Sneaky Quarterback Upgrades

The new season brings with it several quarterback changes: Pittsburgh, Carolina, Denver, Washington, and more. For some of these receivers, it was an upgrade. For many, it looks like a downgrade. A few situations are ambiguous, particularly weaker offenses with receivers who have been productive in the past. With their ADPs dropping, could they present low-risk, high-reward options we want to chase? Today we’ll take…...

Is Michael Carter Still Draftable? Sorting Through 3 More Small-Gap Backfields

Last time, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs, as well as previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel, that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. In all these articles, B1 and B2 running backs refer to…...

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