Ravens QB Lamar Jackson
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Fantasy Football: Dr. Roto’s Week 2 Prescription Notes

For those Fantasy owners who have Bills RB Devin Singletary on their team, just be patient as his day as a starter is coming. The game script against the Giants worked in Frank Gore’s favor, but it’s obvious that Singletary will be the player to own in just a few short weeks.

The only Miami Dolphin that I am remotely willing to own at this point is WR Preston Williams. Everyone else seems to have bailed on the team. There are reports that RB Kenyan Drake might get his wish and be traded. This would increase the value of RB Kalen Ballage a smidge, but not enough to make a Fantasy dent.Continue reading ...

Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott & RB Ezekiel Elliott
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Fantasy Football: Dr. Roto’s Week 1 Prescription Notes

Senior fantasy football expert Dr. Roto recaps Week 1's action with his first impressions, observations and future predictions.
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2019 Fantasy Football: 5 Late-Round Quarterbacks to Target

Waiting on quarterbacks is the ideal plan when drafting your Fantasy Football team. There’s more depth  at quarterback than ever. Even if another teams takes a second quarterback and you don’t have one, there are still good options available. Here are a few late-round quarterbacks to target on Draft Day!

5 Late-Round Quarterbacks to Target

Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Winston is volatile due to the turnovers, but there’s big upside here especially with coach Bruce Arians taking over. The Buccaneers defense is awful and the running game has question marks, putting Winston in position to throw the ball a lot and he has a great trio of weapons with Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and O.J.Continue reading ...

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Dynasty Football Hub: Rankings, Analysis, ADP & More!

Here at FullTime Fantasy, we are committed to providing you the very best analysis and advice so you can DOMINATE your league mates this upcoming Fantasy season!


Welcome to our 2019 Dynasty / Rookie hub page! This page will feature loads of Dynasty / Fantasy Football content from Senior Experts Dr. Roto, Adam Ronis, Shawn Childs, Dynasty Expert Riley Bymaster, and Mark Morales-Smith ! Get ready to DOMINATE your competition!


2019 Dynasty Football Draft Analysis

2019 Dynasty Rankings

2019 Rookie Player Profiles

2019 NFL Draft Content

2019 NFL Mock Drafts

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2018 Baltimore Ravens: Lamar Jackson The Next Mike Vick?

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QB Joe Flacco – Over ten seasons in the NFL, Flacco has a 92-62 record with one Super Bowl title. His yards per passing attempts (5.7) was a career low with three straight seasons of regression. After setting a career high in completions (436), pass attempts (672), and passing yards (4,317), Joe saw his passing opportunity fall by almost 19 percent in 2017. Flacco had a league-low 29 completions over 20 yards. Last year Joe battled a back issue late in August putting his regular season at risk. He’s only missed six games in his 160 opportunities in his career. Baltimore tried to improve their TE talent in the draft, and they cleaned house at the top end of the WR position.… Continue reading ...

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2018 Fantasy Football: Baltimore Ravens Team Outlook

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens missed the playoffs in 2017 for the third straight year while showing growth in points scored (395 – 9th) and points allowed (303 – 6th). Baltimore finished with a 9-7 record, which was a step up from 2015 (5-11) and 2016 (8-8).

After a great five-year run from 2008 to 2012 where the Ravens made the playoffs in all five seasons capped by a Super Bowl title in 2012, Baltimore has missed the playoffs in four of the last five years. John Harbaugh returns for his 10th season as head coach for the Ravens. He has a 94-66 record with six playoff berths and one Super Bowl title.Continue reading ...

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2018 Dynasty Football: Rookie Player Profiles & Winning Fantasy Commentary!

Here at FullTime Fantasy Sports, we are committed to providing you the very best analysis and advice so you can DOMINATE your league mates this upcoming Fantasy season! That’s why we are very happy to have Riley Bymaster of Dynasty Trade Calculator breaking down this year’s incoming rookie class from a Fantasy perspective!


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Riley is currently a Finance major at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. While he isn’t occupied with school, he is watching tape, studying ADP, and mining the trade market. An avid dynasty player since 2013 and analyst for Dynasty Trade Calculator since 2015, Riley lives and breathes all things Fantasy Football.… Continue reading ...

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2018 Dynasty Football: Quarterback Draft History

DRAFT HISTORY

QuarterbacksRunning Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends


Five quarterbacks were selected in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft. That is the most number of signal callers picked in Round 1 since 1999, the year Donovan McNabb and Daunte Culpepper were drafted. Leading 2018’s class of QBs is Baker Mayfield, who was selected by the Cleveland Browns with the first overall pick. Since 2000, the Browns have had 26 different quarterbacks start a game. After being taken with the No. 1 pick of the 1999 draft, Tim Couch started 59 games for Cleveland and recorded just 22 wins compared to 37 losses. The Browns are hoping Mayfield will produce different results.… Continue reading ...

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Fantasy Football: 2018 NFL Draft – Lamar Jackson

In the video above, Dr. Roto and Adam Ronis discuss the draft’s most athletically gifted quarterbacks in many years: Former Louisville signal caller Lamar Jackson. Just two years ago, Jackson was the talk of college football and took home the Heisman Trophy. 2017 was a down year due to a lack of offensive firepower from Jackson’s arsenal around him. Early on in the scouting process, many scouts and analysts wondered if Jackson could cut it as a quarterback and whether he needed to switch positions. That no longer seems to be the case, however, there are still concerns out there whether he is accurate enough or intelligent enough to play QB at the NFL level.… Continue reading ...