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Evaluating Top Fantasy Rookies’ Landing Spots & Fantasy Impact

  1. RB Josh Jacobs, OAK

Jon Gruden and newly-hired GM Mike Mayock have already made some questionable decisions quickly into their tenure but used one of their three 2019 first round picks to nab their running of the future. With only Isaiah Crowell and Jalen Richard occupying the position, Jacobs is in a unique position this year to obtain the immediate workload from day one. Expect RB2 numbers throughout his rookie year with a Sony Michel-like floor in value after the conclusion of his rookie season. Do not hesitate to select Jacobs at 1.01 in any dynasty format as he provides the best combination of floor and ceiling of any rookie in the 2019 rookie class.… Continue reading ...

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2019 NFL Draft: 5 Rookie Wide Receivers You Need To Know

2019 Rookies You Need To Know
Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends

D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss

  • Height: 6’3″
  • Weight: 228 lbs
  • 40 time: 4.33
  • Projected Round: Mid-1st
  • Compares to: Josh Gordon
  • Potential Landing Spots: BUF, WAS, SEA
  • Projected Dynasty Pick: 1.03

Analysis: Metcalf is a polarizing prospect who possesses a rare combination of size and speed. His lack of consistent production during his time at Ole Miss causes a bit of hesitation, but he did fight through multiple injuries over the previous two seasons. Metcalf shows excellent releases off the line of scrimmage and has no issues beating tight press coverage with strong hand usage.… Continue reading ...

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2019 NFL Mock Draft 2.0 (Bymaster)

1. ARIQB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

Murray fits what newly-appointed head coach Kliff Kingsbury wants to do on offense, and after a long, winding road, another Oklahoma quarterback is taken first overall. He will step in and immediately run the college-based system for the new-look Arizona Cardinals.

2. SFEDGE Nick Bosa, Ohio State

John Lynch needs playmakers on his defense and taking Bosa is nearly a can’t-miss selection. With a chance to be even better than his brother, Nick will immediately anchor the defense line and wreak havoc on the NFC West signal-callers.

3. NYJEDGE Brian Burns, Florida State

In a somewhat surprising pick, Burns is taken above Josh Allen and Quinnen Williams, but he certainly will not dissapoint Jets’ fans with his combination of size and speed off of the edge.… Continue reading ...

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2019 NFL Mock Draft 1.0 (Bymaster)

  1. ARI: Kyler Murray, QB – Oklahoma

After two months of failed smoke screens, newly hired head coach Kliff Kingsbury gets his guy at quarterback. Murray’s roller coaster ride finally ends as he finds his new home running Kingsbury’s spread offense.

  1. SF: Nick Bosa, EDGE – Ohio State

The most talented edge rusher in the class will anchor the defensive line in San Fran as Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch land themselves a future all-pro.

  1. NYJ: Jawaan Taylor, OT – Florida

Taylor consistently rose throughout the draft process and now finds himself protecting franchise quarterback Sam Darnold and blocking for newly-signed Le’Veon Bell.

  1. OAK: Devin White, ILB – LSU

White is a well-rounded linebacker who can stuff holes in the run game and cover in the passing game.Continue reading ...

Hakeem Butler
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2019 Dynasty Football: Hakeem Butler Player Profile

Hakeem Butler, WR – Iowa State

The Overview

At 6’6” 225 pounds, Butler is a giraffe-sized receiver who came into his own during his redshirt junior season for the Cyclones in 2018. He totaled 1,318 yards and nine touchdowns on just 60 receptions, averaging an absurd 22 yards per reception. He has gathered a ton of hype after such a productive final season, but stats can be deceiving depending on the player and situation. As the draft is quickly approaching, Butler is widely projected to be a second-round pick, but is he really worth that much draft capital for an NFL team?

The Scout’s Notes

At first glance, Butler uses his size to box out cornerbacks and keep the ball away on any slant-type route.Continue reading ...

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What To Watch For At The 2019 NFL Combine!

As the NFL Combine is finally here, the dynasty offseason is officially in full-swing. Big boards are beginning to form, and owners are typically starting to form ideas for their rookie draft strategies. There are several questions heading into this week’s combine as an enormous number of players seem to be hot topics among the dynasty community. Enjoy this *Insert classic SportsCenter voice* what-to-watch-for piece on some of the best four days of the year.


Kyler Murray – Oklahoma

  • Hand size: There is a real possibility Murray’s hands are measured to be some of the smallest we have seen in a decade. Should his hand size be below nine inches, his draft stock will most definitely take a drastic hit.
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Top 15 Devy Rankings

(Editor’s note: All players are listed as what year they will be entering the 2019 season)

  1. RB D’Andre Swift – Georgia (5’9″ 215 / JR)

Last year at this time, Swift was stuck behind NFL stud running backs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel and was fighting for touches every week. Once the duo was gone, Swift showcased his same explosive play-making ability in a much larger volume. He saw his carries double during his sophomore season was still able to maintain his excellent yards per attempt at 6.4. He also proved to be an extremely reliable receiver, catching 32 passes out of the backfield. Swift is one of the most exciting and NFL-ready backs in all of college football who will be a top-three rookie pick in 2020.… Continue reading ...

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The Madden 2019 Curse: Antonio Brown Edition

Since the release of the best football video game in the history of the universe in the 1990s, Madden has enamored football fans every single year. With the cover player being featured on each new edition, the “curse” has been quite apparent over the last nine or ten seasons. From Vince Young in 2008, Peyton Hillis in 2012, Richard Sherman in 2015, and Rob Gronkowski in 2017, the curse has struck several times over the last decade, seemingly derailing the following season of the cover athlete. Whether it be due to injuries to the cover player, his quarterback, or simply poor performance (sorry Vince), the Madden curse may be looming again this season.Continue reading ...

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2018 Bust of the Year – Continued Regression Disrupts Former Top 10 RB

We are happy to reveal our 2018 Bust of the Year! This Former Top 10 RB was a Fantasy Football darling, and still may be for some. Not so fast, my friends!
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Dynasty Football: Malcolm Mitchell a Hidden Gem or Fools Gold?

Any late-round wide receiver draft picks made by Bill Belichick are quickly taken notice by any and all dynasty owners. Everyone is always looking for the next slot receiver/PPR monster who could fill the next Wes Welker, Julian Edelman, and Danny Amendola role. We know the narrative. When Georgia product Malcolm Mitchell was selected in the 4th round of the 2016 NFL draft, it was assumed Belichick had found the next pass catcher who would make a splash at some point in the near future. Fast forward to present day and Mitchell’s name is being thrown around in trade discussions at the start of training camp, so the burning question remains.Continue reading ...