Pro Forecast Magazine “Bloopers” Corrections

Corrections that slipped by the printers in this year's magazine

Pro Forecast Magazine “Bloopers” Corrections

If you’ve been a fantasy football fan for any number of years, chances are you’re very familiar with the annual Pro Forecast Fantasy Football Magazine. A multi-time winner for the FSWA Magazine of the Year, the Football Diehards annual has been a staple for fantasy football fanatics for 35 seasons.

When word came that our friend Emil Kadlec would have to shutter the magazine as he battles cancer, the FullTime Fantasy crew stepped up to assure that the Pro Forecast Fantasy Football magazine would carry on Emil’s legacy.

Print media is a whole new challenge for us. However, Emil remained the centerpiece of our effort and helped guide us along on the journey. We’re proud of the results and are confident it will remain one of the top-selling publications of the summer.

However, this first foray wasn’t without hiccups. Between rapidly approaching deadlines and communication hurdles with publishers, some mistakes made it into the pages.

We believe in being transparent and want to make corrections for all of our readers. With one challenging issue under our belts, we’re confident that next season’s magazine will continue Emil’s tremendous tradition and quality.

Here are those revisions.


•Bijan Robinson’s Player Capsule (Page 80) talks glowingly of Josh Allen. However, most readers are more interested in Robinson’s profile. Here it is.

RB Bijan Robinson, ATL  – Stud (low risk)

Giving Bijan Robinson just one game all season with 20-plus rushing attempts earned Arthur Smith a Crimes Against Fantasy Award. Robinson got fewer attempts than Devin Singletary but still finished his rookie campaign as an RB1 thanks to his 86 targets, which were tied for second among running backs. Additionally, with Smith gone, Robinson is primed to see a much bigger role with Zac Robinson running the offense. Robinson came from the Rams who adhered to a feature-back system. The presence of Kirk Cousins will only help Robinson and the Falcons. Look for Robinson to see a boost in touches in his second season and be a strong breakout candidate. ADVICE: Locked-In RB1 with position-leading upside

•The consensus expert TE rankings (TOTAL) on Page 44 list the top 10 quarterbacks instead of tight ends. It should read:

  1. LaPorta
  2. Kelce
  3. Andrews
  4. McBride
  5. Kincaid
  6. Kittle
  7. Engram
  8. Pitts
  9. Njoku
  10. Ferguson

•On Page 22, Brian Robinson Jr. has the profile for James Conner. Here is B-Rob’s correct capsule.

Even though he saw fewer touches in his second season, Brian Robinson was far more efficient. He broke more long runs, forced more missed tackles, and punched in three more scores. The biggest surprise for Robinson was his receiving production. He reeled in 36-of-43 targets and averaged a whopping 10.2 yards per catch with four more TDs. Unfortunately, Austin Ekeler will eat into Robinson’s opportunities, especially as a receiver. QB Jayden Daniels will also be a threat to steal goal-line looks but Robinson will command most of the early-down work in an improved Commanders’ offense. He remains a viable RB3/Flex option. ADVICE: Another excellent sleeper to target in an exciting offense

•David Montgomery (Page 22) has Jahmyr Gibbs’s stats listed. Here are Montgomery’s 2023 projections:

230 attempts, 1030 rushing yards (4.48 YPC), 10 rushing TDs, 19 receptions, 125 receiving yards (6.58 YPR), 0 TD, 194.5 PPR pts.

•Isiah Pacheco and Breece Hall have 2022 receiving stats, not 2023.

• On Page 78 Matt Stafford’s stats are correct but listed as DET, not LAR.

• Page 106 “It All Starts Up Front” accidentally used the article from the 2023 annual. Adam’s corrected 2024 Offensive Line Rankings can be found here.

All of these have been corrected in the digital version which will be released very soon.