Blair Andrews

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In Defense of Ageism: Why Drake London Is the Top Rookie Wide Receiver in 2022 (and Why It Could Also Be Jameson Williams)

Earlier this offseason I made an appearance on Ship Chasing to participate in a rookie mock draft. I had the second pick and took Drake London, explaining that I was breaking the tie between him and Treylon Burks in favor of London because he is more than a year younger than Burks. The responses in the comments included joking accusations of ageism. All I can…...

Best Ball Tournament Workshop: Why Best Ball Mania III Hinges on the Tight End Position

Blair Andrews explores the optimal tight end strategy for Best Ball Mania III and other tournaments. Are elite-TE builds still elite? Best Ball Mania III has just opened with a $10 million prize pool, including $2 million to first place, with $1 million each going to the regular season champion and the second place finisher. RotoViz has also just released our new Underdog Best Ball…...

Rachaad White Looks Like a Star, But Can He Overcome the Hurdles in Tampa Bay?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added the final piece in their Super Bowl aspirations by picking Rachaad White at No. 91. Will White convince the Bucs to stop wasting downs on throws to Leonard Fournette? Or will he be the next fantasy favorite to be wasted in Tampa Bay’s offense? Despite underutilizing him for several years, Tampa Bay decided they needed to replace Ronald Jones. Rachaad White comes in…...

James Cook Has Upside In Buffalo’s Offense, But Is He Even Their RB1?

The Buffalo Bills got their running back, selecting James Cook at No. 63 overall — the second-to-last pick in the second round. But Can Cook take over lead duties from Devin Singletary? The Bills have done a decent job running a real-life Zero-RB team over the last several years, getting strong production from Singletary and Zack Moss (both third-round picks) with fill-ins by Matt Breida (an undrafted free…...

The Giants Don’t Have a Josh Allen, But Can Wan’Dale Robinson Still Become the Next Cole Beasley? (And Does It Matter?)

The New York Giants selected the diminutive Wan’Dale Robinson at. No. 43, adding more weapons for Daniel Jones after deciding not to pick up his fifth-year option. Will Robinson become Brian Daboll’s new Cole Beasley? And should fantasy managers care?  Robinson is the latest in a string a small and not particularly fast wide receivers who are nevertheless productive in college. He declared early from…...

Can Christian Watson Earn Aaron Rodgers’ Trust and Be the Next Star Receiver in Green Bay?

The Green Bay Packers made Christian Watson the second pick of the second round in 2022, trading up to No. 34 to take him. They gave the division rival Minnesota Vikings two second rounders for the privelege of selecting Watson. Can the small-school athletic marvel replace Davante Adams’ production? The Packers are trying to replace not only Adams but also Marquez Valdes-Scantling. Naturally, they used their…...

Jahan Dotson May Have Been Overdrafted by the Commanders, But Can He Still Become a Fantasy Force?

The Washington Commanders traded down and selected Jahan Dotson with the No. 16 pick. Is Dotson the future of the Washington receiving game, or will the other question marks in the Commanders’ offense make it difficult to unlock him? Jahan Dotson has been generating the least fantasy buzz of any receiver rumored to go in the first round. Now that he’s officially the 16th player off the…...

Chris Olave Gives the Saints What They’ve Been Missing, But Is It a Valuable Fantasy Role?

The New Orleans Saints added to their wide receiver room, selecting Chris Olave with the No. 11 pick. Is there enough room in New Orleans for Olave to make the most of the situation? And is the offense set up to enable receivers to thrive? Or will Olave’s skill set overcome these questions? Olave was picked one spot after teammate Garrett Wilson and now heads to New…...

Drake London May Lack Absurd Upside in Atlanta’s Underwhelming Offense, But He’s Still the Rookie WR1 (For Now)

The Atlanta Falcons selected Drake London with the No. 8 overall pick. Do the uncertainties in Atlanta’s offense block the most absurd upside outcomes? Or does the lack of competition give London a chance to explode out of the gates? The Falcons made Drake London the first wide receiver off the board in 2022. While there are a number of questions about the Falcons’ offensive…...

Checking All the Boxes: The 2022 WR Class Offers Several Future Stars Hoping to Follow in Justin Jefferson’s Footsteps

Last offseason we tried to recreate our success with Justin Jefferson by using a random forest model and a rule extraction algorithm to find the most valuable WR prospect heuristics. That is, we want to know what boxes need to be checked. While last year’s class didn’t include anyone who checked the most important boxes according to the algorithm, it gave us a handful of…...

Underdog Tournament Best Ball Workshop: Does Zero RB Work in Tournament Play?

Blair Andrews uses two new Underdog Best Ball tools to examine optimal tournament constructions. Can Zero RB work in tournaments? As a site, we’ve been able to leverage our tools and analysis to some impressive best ball wins. In just the last year, Conor O’Driscoll beat 4,607 other entrants to win the inaugural FFPC Best Ball Tournament, narrowly defeating the second-place team drafted by Colm…...

The Backfield Dominator Rating Finds the Most Undervalued Running Back in the 2022 Class

Receiving skill is crucial for running back prospects, especially in fantasy. In most dynasty leagues, players earn a point for every reception, so backs who can add several points through the air have a huge advantage. This is why receiving yardage market share is one of our favorite RB metrics. We’ve previously found that a 10% threshold usually signals a strong chance of success at…...

Matt Ryan Looks to Re-Establish Competence and Professionalism in Indianapolis

The Indianapolis Colts traded Carson Wentz to the Washington Commanders and just acquired Matt Ryan from the Falcons. Although there’s a conditional pick involved, the cumulative impact appears to be moving up in both the second and third rounds of the 2022 draft and gaining an additional 2023 second-rounder. Of course, the biggest win is simply not having Wentz as your QB. Can the move…...

D.J. Chark Escapes Jacksonville, But Are Things Any Better in Detroit?

D.J. Chark has reportedly agreed to a one-year, $10 million contract with the Detroit Lions. At least he’s not staying in Jacksonville. After a mixed collegiate resume turned into an unproductive rookie year, Chark blew up in 2019, posting 226 points in 15 games. His 4.34 forty and 40-inch vertical were both on full display with a line that included 1,008 receiving yards and eight…...

Christian Kirk Is Better Than You Think, But Is Jacksonville the Right Place for a Breakout?

The Jacksonville Jaguars are reportedly signing Christian Kirk to a four-year deal worth up to $84 million. That sounds like a lot for a player who has yet to have a 1,000-yard season, but there are a lot of reasons for fantasy gamers to be excited about this signing. Kirk broke out in his fourth season, scoring 209.5 PPR points in 2021. Fourth-year breakouts tend…...

Courtland Sutton Is a Premier Deep Threat and Javonte Williams Is Still Too Cheap: Reactions to the Russell Wilson Trade

Blair Andrews and Shawn Siegele offer a first reaction to the Russell Wilson trade. What does it mean for Denver and Seattle skill players and their fantasy outlooks? Blair examines the new running back and wide receiver situations while Shawn covers some surprising tight end upgrades. The Denver Broncos made the biggest splash so far in this young offseason by finally addressing their need at…...

Game Theory and Leverage Opportunities for the FFPC Playoff Challenge

Blair Andrews looks ahead to the FFPC Playoff Challenge and offers some thoughts on general lineup construction strategy and potential leverage opportunities. The FFPC Playoff Challenge is one of my favorite contests of the fantasy football season. Its unique scoring settings and roster requirements always make for an interesting puzzle, and the game theory aspects add to the intrigue. You can pick any players you…...

Zero RB Watch: NFC Week 18 – A.J. Dillon Makes an Impact in Title Games

Blair Andrews looks back at Week 17 and the fantasy playoffs to see what RB performances were true difference makers, and looks ahead to Week 18 with some notes for DFS players. Our goal with the Zero RB Watch List is to help you locate RB breakouts and waiver adds before they happen, but this column isn’t just for Zero RB owners. We’re just as…...

A.J. Brown Is Back and Jaylen Waddle Is Chasing Records: How to Use Expected Points and GLSP in DFS for Week 17

Blair Andrews presents expected points market shares and the Weekly GLSP team totals to help you find the best plays on DraftKings in Week 17. Using Expected Points in DFS One of the best indicators of future fantasy scoring is past expected points. Expected points are the best way translate opportunity into potential fantasy output. Opportunity is sticky from one week to the next. Efficiency…...

In Defense of Ageism: Why Drake London Is the Top Rookie Wide Receiver in 2022 (and Why It Could Also Be Jameson Williams)

Earlier this offseason I made an appearance on Ship Chasing to participate in a rookie mock draft. I had the second pick and took Drake London, explaining that I was breaking the tie between him and Treylon Burks in favor of London because he is more than a year younger than Burks. The responses in the comments included joking accusations of ageism. All I can…...

Best Ball Tournament Workshop: Why Best Ball Mania III Hinges on the Tight End Position

Blair Andrews explores the optimal tight end strategy for Best Ball Mania III and other tournaments. Are elite-TE builds still elite? Best Ball Mania III has just opened with a $10 million prize pool, including $2 million to first place, with $1 million each going to the regular season champion and the second place finisher. RotoViz has also just released our new Underdog Best Ball…...

Rachaad White Looks Like a Star, But Can He Overcome the Hurdles in Tampa Bay?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added the final piece in their Super Bowl aspirations by picking Rachaad White at No. 91. Will White convince the Bucs to stop wasting downs on throws to Leonard Fournette? Or will he be the next fantasy favorite to be wasted in Tampa Bay’s offense? Despite underutilizing him for several years, Tampa Bay decided they needed to replace Ronald Jones. Rachaad White comes in…...

James Cook Has Upside In Buffalo’s Offense, But Is He Even Their RB1?

The Buffalo Bills got their running back, selecting James Cook at No. 63 overall — the second-to-last pick in the second round. But Can Cook take over lead duties from Devin Singletary? The Bills have done a decent job running a real-life Zero-RB team over the last several years, getting strong production from Singletary and Zack Moss (both third-round picks) with fill-ins by Matt Breida (an undrafted free…...

The Giants Don’t Have a Josh Allen, But Can Wan’Dale Robinson Still Become the Next Cole Beasley? (And Does It Matter?)

The New York Giants selected the diminutive Wan’Dale Robinson at. No. 43, adding more weapons for Daniel Jones after deciding not to pick up his fifth-year option. Will Robinson become Brian Daboll’s new Cole Beasley? And should fantasy managers care?  Robinson is the latest in a string a small and not particularly fast wide receivers who are nevertheless productive in college. He declared early from…...

Can Christian Watson Earn Aaron Rodgers’ Trust and Be the Next Star Receiver in Green Bay?

The Green Bay Packers made Christian Watson the second pick of the second round in 2022, trading up to No. 34 to take him. They gave the division rival Minnesota Vikings two second rounders for the privelege of selecting Watson. Can the small-school athletic marvel replace Davante Adams’ production? The Packers are trying to replace not only Adams but also Marquez Valdes-Scantling. Naturally, they used their…...

Jahan Dotson May Have Been Overdrafted by the Commanders, But Can He Still Become a Fantasy Force?

The Washington Commanders traded down and selected Jahan Dotson with the No. 16 pick. Is Dotson the future of the Washington receiving game, or will the other question marks in the Commanders’ offense make it difficult to unlock him? Jahan Dotson has been generating the least fantasy buzz of any receiver rumored to go in the first round. Now that he’s officially the 16th player off the…...

Chris Olave Gives the Saints What They’ve Been Missing, But Is It a Valuable Fantasy Role?

The New Orleans Saints added to their wide receiver room, selecting Chris Olave with the No. 11 pick. Is there enough room in New Orleans for Olave to make the most of the situation? And is the offense set up to enable receivers to thrive? Or will Olave’s skill set overcome these questions? Olave was picked one spot after teammate Garrett Wilson and now heads to New…...

Drake London May Lack Absurd Upside in Atlanta’s Underwhelming Offense, But He’s Still the Rookie WR1 (For Now)

The Atlanta Falcons selected Drake London with the No. 8 overall pick. Do the uncertainties in Atlanta’s offense block the most absurd upside outcomes? Or does the lack of competition give London a chance to explode out of the gates? The Falcons made Drake London the first wide receiver off the board in 2022. While there are a number of questions about the Falcons’ offensive…...

Checking All the Boxes: The 2022 WR Class Offers Several Future Stars Hoping to Follow in Justin Jefferson’s Footsteps

Last offseason we tried to recreate our success with Justin Jefferson by using a random forest model and a rule extraction algorithm to find the most valuable WR prospect heuristics. That is, we want to know what boxes need to be checked. While last year’s class didn’t include anyone who checked the most important boxes according to the algorithm, it gave us a handful of…...

Underdog Tournament Best Ball Workshop: Does Zero RB Work in Tournament Play?

Blair Andrews uses two new Underdog Best Ball tools to examine optimal tournament constructions. Can Zero RB work in tournaments? As a site, we’ve been able to leverage our tools and analysis to some impressive best ball wins. In just the last year, Conor O’Driscoll beat 4,607 other entrants to win the inaugural FFPC Best Ball Tournament, narrowly defeating the second-place team drafted by Colm…...

The Backfield Dominator Rating Finds the Most Undervalued Running Back in the 2022 Class

Receiving skill is crucial for running back prospects, especially in fantasy. In most dynasty leagues, players earn a point for every reception, so backs who can add several points through the air have a huge advantage. This is why receiving yardage market share is one of our favorite RB metrics. We’ve previously found that a 10% threshold usually signals a strong chance of success at…...

Matt Ryan Looks to Re-Establish Competence and Professionalism in Indianapolis

The Indianapolis Colts traded Carson Wentz to the Washington Commanders and just acquired Matt Ryan from the Falcons. Although there’s a conditional pick involved, the cumulative impact appears to be moving up in both the second and third rounds of the 2022 draft and gaining an additional 2023 second-rounder. Of course, the biggest win is simply not having Wentz as your QB. Can the move…...

D.J. Chark Escapes Jacksonville, But Are Things Any Better in Detroit?

D.J. Chark has reportedly agreed to a one-year, $10 million contract with the Detroit Lions. At least he’s not staying in Jacksonville. After a mixed collegiate resume turned into an unproductive rookie year, Chark blew up in 2019, posting 226 points in 15 games. His 4.34 forty and 40-inch vertical were both on full display with a line that included 1,008 receiving yards and eight…...

Christian Kirk Is Better Than You Think, But Is Jacksonville the Right Place for a Breakout?

The Jacksonville Jaguars are reportedly signing Christian Kirk to a four-year deal worth up to $84 million. That sounds like a lot for a player who has yet to have a 1,000-yard season, but there are a lot of reasons for fantasy gamers to be excited about this signing. Kirk broke out in his fourth season, scoring 209.5 PPR points in 2021. Fourth-year breakouts tend…...

Courtland Sutton Is a Premier Deep Threat and Javonte Williams Is Still Too Cheap: Reactions to the Russell Wilson Trade

Blair Andrews and Shawn Siegele offer a first reaction to the Russell Wilson trade. What does it mean for Denver and Seattle skill players and their fantasy outlooks? Blair examines the new running back and wide receiver situations while Shawn covers some surprising tight end upgrades. The Denver Broncos made the biggest splash so far in this young offseason by finally addressing their need at…...

Game Theory and Leverage Opportunities for the FFPC Playoff Challenge

Blair Andrews looks ahead to the FFPC Playoff Challenge and offers some thoughts on general lineup construction strategy and potential leverage opportunities. The FFPC Playoff Challenge is one of my favorite contests of the fantasy football season. Its unique scoring settings and roster requirements always make for an interesting puzzle, and the game theory aspects add to the intrigue. You can pick any players you…...

Zero RB Watch: NFC Week 18 – A.J. Dillon Makes an Impact in Title Games

Blair Andrews looks back at Week 17 and the fantasy playoffs to see what RB performances were true difference makers, and looks ahead to Week 18 with some notes for DFS players. Our goal with the Zero RB Watch List is to help you locate RB breakouts and waiver adds before they happen, but this column isn’t just for Zero RB owners. We’re just as…...

A.J. Brown Is Back and Jaylen Waddle Is Chasing Records: How to Use Expected Points and GLSP in DFS for Week 17

Blair Andrews presents expected points market shares and the Weekly GLSP team totals to help you find the best plays on DraftKings in Week 17. Using Expected Points in DFS One of the best indicators of future fantasy scoring is past expected points. Expected points are the best way translate opportunity into potential fantasy output. Opportunity is sticky from one week to the next. Efficiency…...

In Defense of Ageism: Why Drake London Is the Top Rookie Wide Receiver in 2022 (and Why It Could Also Be Jameson Williams)

Earlier this offseason I made an appearance on Ship Chasing to participate in a rookie mock draft. I had the second pick and took Drake London, explaining that I was breaking the tie between him and Treylon Burks in favor of London because he is more than a year younger than Burks. The responses in the comments included joking accusations of ageism. All I can…...

Best Ball Tournament Workshop: Why Best Ball Mania III Hinges on the Tight End Position

Blair Andrews explores the optimal tight end strategy for Best Ball Mania III and other tournaments. Are elite-TE builds still elite? Best Ball Mania III has just opened with a $10 million prize pool, including $2 million to first place, with $1 million each going to the regular season champion and the second place finisher. RotoViz has also just released our new Underdog Best Ball…...

Rachaad White Looks Like a Star, But Can He Overcome the Hurdles in Tampa Bay?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added the final piece in their Super Bowl aspirations by picking Rachaad White at No. 91. Will White convince the Bucs to stop wasting downs on throws to Leonard Fournette? Or will he be the next fantasy favorite to be wasted in Tampa Bay’s offense? Despite underutilizing him for several years, Tampa Bay decided they needed to replace Ronald Jones. Rachaad White comes in…...

James Cook Has Upside In Buffalo’s Offense, But Is He Even Their RB1?

The Buffalo Bills got their running back, selecting James Cook at No. 63 overall — the second-to-last pick in the second round. But Can Cook take over lead duties from Devin Singletary? The Bills have done a decent job running a real-life Zero-RB team over the last several years, getting strong production from Singletary and Zack Moss (both third-round picks) with fill-ins by Matt Breida (an undrafted free…...

The Giants Don’t Have a Josh Allen, But Can Wan’Dale Robinson Still Become the Next Cole Beasley? (And Does It Matter?)

The New York Giants selected the diminutive Wan’Dale Robinson at. No. 43, adding more weapons for Daniel Jones after deciding not to pick up his fifth-year option. Will Robinson become Brian Daboll’s new Cole Beasley? And should fantasy managers care?  Robinson is the latest in a string a small and not particularly fast wide receivers who are nevertheless productive in college. He declared early from…...

Can Christian Watson Earn Aaron Rodgers’ Trust and Be the Next Star Receiver in Green Bay?

The Green Bay Packers made Christian Watson the second pick of the second round in 2022, trading up to No. 34 to take him. They gave the division rival Minnesota Vikings two second rounders for the privelege of selecting Watson. Can the small-school athletic marvel replace Davante Adams’ production? The Packers are trying to replace not only Adams but also Marquez Valdes-Scantling. Naturally, they used their…...

Jahan Dotson May Have Been Overdrafted by the Commanders, But Can He Still Become a Fantasy Force?

The Washington Commanders traded down and selected Jahan Dotson with the No. 16 pick. Is Dotson the future of the Washington receiving game, or will the other question marks in the Commanders’ offense make it difficult to unlock him? Jahan Dotson has been generating the least fantasy buzz of any receiver rumored to go in the first round. Now that he’s officially the 16th player off the…...

Chris Olave Gives the Saints What They’ve Been Missing, But Is It a Valuable Fantasy Role?

The New Orleans Saints added to their wide receiver room, selecting Chris Olave with the No. 11 pick. Is there enough room in New Orleans for Olave to make the most of the situation? And is the offense set up to enable receivers to thrive? Or will Olave’s skill set overcome these questions? Olave was picked one spot after teammate Garrett Wilson and now heads to New…...

Drake London May Lack Absurd Upside in Atlanta’s Underwhelming Offense, But He’s Still the Rookie WR1 (For Now)

The Atlanta Falcons selected Drake London with the No. 8 overall pick. Do the uncertainties in Atlanta’s offense block the most absurd upside outcomes? Or does the lack of competition give London a chance to explode out of the gates? The Falcons made Drake London the first wide receiver off the board in 2022. While there are a number of questions about the Falcons’ offensive…...

Checking All the Boxes: The 2022 WR Class Offers Several Future Stars Hoping to Follow in Justin Jefferson’s Footsteps

Last offseason we tried to recreate our success with Justin Jefferson by using a random forest model and a rule extraction algorithm to find the most valuable WR prospect heuristics. That is, we want to know what boxes need to be checked. While last year’s class didn’t include anyone who checked the most important boxes according to the algorithm, it gave us a handful of…...

Underdog Tournament Best Ball Workshop: Does Zero RB Work in Tournament Play?

Blair Andrews uses two new Underdog Best Ball tools to examine optimal tournament constructions. Can Zero RB work in tournaments? As a site, we’ve been able to leverage our tools and analysis to some impressive best ball wins. In just the last year, Conor O’Driscoll beat 4,607 other entrants to win the inaugural FFPC Best Ball Tournament, narrowly defeating the second-place team drafted by Colm…...

The Backfield Dominator Rating Finds the Most Undervalued Running Back in the 2022 Class

Receiving skill is crucial for running back prospects, especially in fantasy. In most dynasty leagues, players earn a point for every reception, so backs who can add several points through the air have a huge advantage. This is why receiving yardage market share is one of our favorite RB metrics. We’ve previously found that a 10% threshold usually signals a strong chance of success at…...

Matt Ryan Looks to Re-Establish Competence and Professionalism in Indianapolis

The Indianapolis Colts traded Carson Wentz to the Washington Commanders and just acquired Matt Ryan from the Falcons. Although there’s a conditional pick involved, the cumulative impact appears to be moving up in both the second and third rounds of the 2022 draft and gaining an additional 2023 second-rounder. Of course, the biggest win is simply not having Wentz as your QB. Can the move…...

D.J. Chark Escapes Jacksonville, But Are Things Any Better in Detroit?

D.J. Chark has reportedly agreed to a one-year, $10 million contract with the Detroit Lions. At least he’s not staying in Jacksonville. After a mixed collegiate resume turned into an unproductive rookie year, Chark blew up in 2019, posting 226 points in 15 games. His 4.34 forty and 40-inch vertical were both on full display with a line that included 1,008 receiving yards and eight…...

Christian Kirk Is Better Than You Think, But Is Jacksonville the Right Place for a Breakout?

The Jacksonville Jaguars are reportedly signing Christian Kirk to a four-year deal worth up to $84 million. That sounds like a lot for a player who has yet to have a 1,000-yard season, but there are a lot of reasons for fantasy gamers to be excited about this signing. Kirk broke out in his fourth season, scoring 209.5 PPR points in 2021. Fourth-year breakouts tend…...

Courtland Sutton Is a Premier Deep Threat and Javonte Williams Is Still Too Cheap: Reactions to the Russell Wilson Trade

Blair Andrews and Shawn Siegele offer a first reaction to the Russell Wilson trade. What does it mean for Denver and Seattle skill players and their fantasy outlooks? Blair examines the new running back and wide receiver situations while Shawn covers some surprising tight end upgrades. The Denver Broncos made the biggest splash so far in this young offseason by finally addressing their need at…...

Game Theory and Leverage Opportunities for the FFPC Playoff Challenge

Blair Andrews looks ahead to the FFPC Playoff Challenge and offers some thoughts on general lineup construction strategy and potential leverage opportunities. The FFPC Playoff Challenge is one of my favorite contests of the fantasy football season. Its unique scoring settings and roster requirements always make for an interesting puzzle, and the game theory aspects add to the intrigue. You can pick any players you…...

Zero RB Watch: NFC Week 18 – A.J. Dillon Makes an Impact in Title Games

Blair Andrews looks back at Week 17 and the fantasy playoffs to see what RB performances were true difference makers, and looks ahead to Week 18 with some notes for DFS players. Our goal with the Zero RB Watch List is to help you locate RB breakouts and waiver adds before they happen, but this column isn’t just for Zero RB owners. We’re just as…...

A.J. Brown Is Back and Jaylen Waddle Is Chasing Records: How to Use Expected Points and GLSP in DFS for Week 17

Blair Andrews presents expected points market shares and the Weekly GLSP team totals to help you find the best plays on DraftKings in Week 17. Using Expected Points in DFS One of the best indicators of future fantasy scoring is past expected points. Expected points are the best way translate opportunity into potential fantasy output. Opportunity is sticky from one week to the next. Efficiency…...

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