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2019 NFL Draft: Dr. Roto’s AFC North Review

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Daily Dr. Roto—May 8, 2019

AFC North Draft Review (Offense Only)

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens needed to go out and get Lamar Jackson some help, and they did that, taking two receivers in the early rounds. They followed it up with some other good picks which should help add excellent depth to an already solid team.

WR Marquise Brown—Blessed with game-changing speed, Brown was the receiver who most draftniks had going to the Ravens. He’s a big play receiver who can take a dink or dunk from Jackson and turn it into a huge gain.… Continue reading ...

Ryquell Armstead
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2019 NFL Draft: Dr. Roto’s AFC South Review

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Daily Dr. Roto—May 7, 2019

AFC South Draft Review (Offense Only)

Houston Texans

The Texans’ draft went sour as soon as the Philadelphia Eagles traded up to the pick before them to snipe OL Andre Dillard. Tytus Howard was not a first-round value no matter what the Texans might be saying post-draft.

TE Kahale Warring — The Texans took two tight ends in last year’s draft, but Warring might have the most upside of anyone in that position on the team. Warring is a relative latecomer to the position, so he is still a work in progress.Continue reading ...

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2019 NFL Draft: Dr. Roto’s AFC East Draft Review

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Daily Dr. Roto — May 6, 2019

AFC East Draft Review (Offense Only)

Buffalo Bills

By all accounts, the Bills had one of the strongest drafts. DT Ed Oliver and OL Cody Ford are very good in the trenches, while they also added skill position players who will provide depth immediately and have the potential to start sooner rather than later.

RB Devin Singletary—Singletary was used quite heavily in college, but most likely he will get a year to sit behind LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore to learn how to be a three-down back in the league.… Continue reading ...

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2019 NFL Draft: Dr. Roto’s AFC West Draft Review

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Daily Dr. Roto—May 3, 2019

AFC West Draft Review (Offense Only)

Denver Broncos

John Elway addressed his two main issues: a QB for the future and a TE who can start in Week 1.

TE Noah Fant — The Broncos need all the help they can get in the passing game and Fant will be able to step right in (at least on passing downs) to give them another target. Fant is incredibly athletic and fast but is still a work in progress as his blocking ability is substandard compared to other starting NFL tight ends.Continue reading ...

Chicago Bears RB David Montgomery
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2019 NFL Draft: Dr. Roto’s NFC North Draft Review

Senior Expert Dr. Roto reviews the selections for each NFC North team and considers the Fantasy Football potential of their 2019 Draft picks.
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2019 NFL Draft: Dr. Roto’s NFC South Draft Review

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Daily Dr. Roto—May 1, 2019

NFC South Draft Review (Fantasy offense only)

Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons’ primary objective in this draft was to find protection for QB Matt Ryan. They did that nicely with OG Chris Lindstrom and OT Kaleb McGary.

RB Qadree Ollison—Ollison is a big, bruising back who could take over Tevin Coleman’s role in the offense. Look for him primarily in short yardage situations.

WR Marcus Green—Green profiles as a return man who might be able to stick as the team’s WR5. He’s got excellent speed, but he really needs to be more consistent with his hands before he can become a regular contributor.… Continue reading ...

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2019 NFL Draft: Dr. Roto’s NFC East Draft Review

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Daily Dr. Roto—April 30, 2019

NFC East Draft Review (Fantasy offense only)

Dallas Cowboys

Dallas went out and traded for WR Amari Cooper last season, so they spent much of this draft trying to shore up their defense. However, they drafted two young RBs who do have the potential to make the roster and play in case of an injury to Ezekiel Elliott.

RB Tony Pollard—Pollard ran a 4.5 at the Combine, only to run 4.3 at his Memphis Pro Day. Assuming we split the difference, he is a 4.4 runner who can catch the ball out of the backfield who might be good enough to become the RB2 behind Zeke.… Continue reading ...

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2019 NFL Draft: Dr. Roto’s NFC West Draft Review

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Daily Dr. Roto—April 29, 2019

NFC West Draft Review (Fantasy offense only)

Arizona Cardinals

Overall, the Cardinals did well as they added their QB of the future in Murray, but they were also smart enough to surround him with weapons that he can use immediately. Isabella and Butler will join Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk in what should be one of the better receiving corps in the league.

QB Kyler Murray—Could be an immediate Fantasy starter in 2019

WR Andy Isabella—Should be a beast as a returner and I expect 40-50 catches too.… Continue reading ...

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2019 NFL Draft: Shawn Childs’ Top 5 Tight Ends

Shawn Childs’ Top 5  Prospects
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T.J. Hockenson, Iowa

Many teams in the NFL need an elite option at TE heading into the 2019 NFL draft. Hockenson will try to follow the footsteps of George Kittle who turned his minimal stats (42/604/10) over his junior and senior seasons at Iowa to produce an exciting start to his NFL career. T.J. flashed more upside in his freshman (24/320/3) and sophomore (49/760/6) at the same school. He’ll bring speed (4.7 40 yards dash at the NFL combine) to the TE position. Hockenson needs to get stronger to help become a better all-around blocker. His route running grades well, which will allow him a winning able window over the short areas over the field plus have the wheels to text a defense deep.Continue reading ...