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Which WR2s Are Most Likely to Post a Top 24 season?

In 2014, five teams had TWO wide receivers finish in the top 24 (PPR). Ten WRs came from five offenses leaving only 14 other teams to fill the balance of the top 24. The remaining 13 NFL teams, 40 percent of the league were devoid of consistent top WR production. With so many teams not even having one WR in the top 24, how worthy is a team’s WR2? The purpose of this article is to highlight the offenses and/or quarterbacks most likely to support a team’s second WR to a top 24 finish. Going back 10 years, these are the quarterbacks responsible…...

Perennial Dynasty Studs and the Elite 24 Receivers

Last off season I wrote a series on Positional Rankings. The series reviewed the top scoring PPR finishes going back to 2000.  The original intention was to find patterns that could assist in assessing dynasty assets. I wanted a simpler way to finding building blocks that didn’t involve projecting stats for several years. Don’t write this off as strictly a dynasty article though. If you studied these grids prior to last season, you might have noticed Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace presented great value in 2014. The PR grids can answer a lot of questions that straight statistics will not…....

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The Forgotten Zero RB Super Star

Danny Woodhead broke his fibula in Week 3 of the 2014 season and was put on the season ending IR. It was an unfortunate blow to the Chargers and to fantasy owners. So what about Danny Woodhead fantasy stock in 2015? Fast forward to 2015, and the Chargers added Melvin Gordon in the draft after letting Ryan Mathews walk in free agency. There’s plenty to be optimistic about with Gordon. He’s a big back coming off the the second-most single-season rushing yards in FBS history. There’s so much optimism his cost may be getting out of control. Gordon’s biggest weakness…...

Should Andrew Luck Be the #1 pick in Dynasty Leagues?

  The two best attributes of a Dynasty player are dominance at their position and longevity. My point is to show that most of these players, outside of the quarterbacks, have become irrelevant after five seasons. Picking a RB in the first few rounds of a dynasty start up is kind of like buying a new car. It’s probably depreciating the day you drive it off the lot. Wide Receivers have longer careers but their decline happens much earlier than QBs. Rich Hribar recently wrote about the significance of age and production. Five years from now, the current top dynasty WRs and…...

Lessons from a High Stakes Fantasy Player

If you aren’t familiar, entrance fees to the largest-participated High Stakes Fantasy Football leagues are around $1600 per team. The big three are the FFPC, FFWC, and NFFC. I’ve sat in high stakes drafts with some of the best fantasy players in the world including founder of the FFPC, Dave Gerczak when we played in the now defunct World Championship of Fantasy Football (WCOFF). All of these high stakes leagues are PPR scoring format. If you’ve never played in a PPR league, it’s time to take off the training wheels…....

Which WR2s Are Most Likely to Post a Top 24 season?

In 2014, five teams had TWO wide receivers finish in the top 24 (PPR). Ten WRs came from five offenses leaving only 14 other teams to fill the balance of the top 24. The remaining 13 NFL teams, 40 percent of the league were devoid of consistent top WR production. With so many teams not even having one WR in the top 24, how worthy is a team’s WR2? The purpose of this article is to highlight the offenses and/or quarterbacks most likely to support a team’s second WR to a top 24 finish. Going back 10 years, these are the quarterbacks responsible…...

Perennial Dynasty Studs and the Elite 24 Receivers

Last off season I wrote a series on Positional Rankings. The series reviewed the top scoring PPR finishes going back to 2000.  The original intention was to find patterns that could assist in assessing dynasty assets. I wanted a simpler way to finding building blocks that didn’t involve projecting stats for several years. Don’t write this off as strictly a dynasty article though. If you studied these grids prior to last season, you might have noticed Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace presented great value in 2014. The PR grids can answer a lot of questions that straight statistics will not…....

draft strategy

The Forgotten Zero RB Super Star

Danny Woodhead broke his fibula in Week 3 of the 2014 season and was put on the season ending IR. It was an unfortunate blow to the Chargers and to fantasy owners. So what about Danny Woodhead fantasy stock in 2015? Fast forward to 2015, and the Chargers added Melvin Gordon in the draft after letting Ryan Mathews walk in free agency. There’s plenty to be optimistic about with Gordon. He’s a big back coming off the the second-most single-season rushing yards in FBS history. There’s so much optimism his cost may be getting out of control. Gordon’s biggest weakness…...

Should Andrew Luck Be the #1 pick in Dynasty Leagues?

  The two best attributes of a Dynasty player are dominance at their position and longevity. My point is to show that most of these players, outside of the quarterbacks, have become irrelevant after five seasons. Picking a RB in the first few rounds of a dynasty start up is kind of like buying a new car. It’s probably depreciating the day you drive it off the lot. Wide Receivers have longer careers but their decline happens much earlier than QBs. Rich Hribar recently wrote about the significance of age and production. Five years from now, the current top dynasty WRs and…...

Lessons from a High Stakes Fantasy Player

If you aren’t familiar, entrance fees to the largest-participated High Stakes Fantasy Football leagues are around $1600 per team. The big three are the FFPC, FFWC, and NFFC. I’ve sat in high stakes drafts with some of the best fantasy players in the world including founder of the FFPC, Dave Gerczak when we played in the now defunct World Championship of Fantasy Football (WCOFF). All of these high stakes leagues are PPR scoring format. If you’ve never played in a PPR league, it’s time to take off the training wheels…....

Which WR2s Are Most Likely to Post a Top 24 season?

In 2014, five teams had TWO wide receivers finish in the top 24 (PPR). Ten WRs came from five offenses leaving only 14 other teams to fill the balance of the top 24. The remaining 13 NFL teams, 40 percent of the league were devoid of consistent top WR production. With so…...

Perennial Dynasty Studs and the Elite 24 Receivers

Last off season I wrote a series on Positional Rankings. The series reviewed the top scoring PPR finishes going back to 2000.  The original intention was to find patterns that could assist in assessing dynasty assets. I wanted a simpler way to finding building blocks that didn’t involve projecting stats…...

draft strategy

The Forgotten Zero RB Super Star

Danny Woodhead broke his fibula in Week 3 of the 2014 season and was put on the season ending IR. It was an unfortunate blow to the Chargers and to fantasy owners. So what about Danny Woodhead fantasy stock in 2015? Fast forward to 2015, and the Chargers added Melvin…...

Should Andrew Luck Be the #1 pick in Dynasty Leagues?

  The two best attributes of a Dynasty player are dominance at their position and longevity. My point is to show that most of these players, outside of the quarterbacks, have become irrelevant after five seasons. Picking a RB in the first few rounds of a dynasty start up is kind of…...

Lessons from a High Stakes Fantasy Player

If you aren’t familiar, entrance fees to the largest-participated High Stakes Fantasy Football leagues are around $1600 per team. The big three are the FFPC, FFWC, and NFFC. I’ve sat in high stakes drafts with some of the best fantasy players in the world including founder of the FFPC, Dave…...

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