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In addition to breaking down the backfields in Indianapolis and San Francisco, this article details why a forgotten slot wideout is poised for success with the 49ers.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down the ADP fallout from Cam Newton signing with the Patriots.
Chris took Michael Thomas over Dalvin Cook at pick five and didn't take his first running back until Round 6.
Mario Puig analyzes job battles in Detroit, Washington and Philadelphia. Can Kerryon Johnson hold off rookie D'Andre Swift for the Lions' starting RB job?
John McKechnie offers his thoughts on the FSGA's first-ever industry Futures and Props draft. Did he load up on long shots or play it safe with some low-risk wagers on player props? Find out here.
Jerry Donabedian divides tight ends into nine tiers, starting with Travis Kelce and George Kittle jockeying for the No. 1 spot.
With a mounting injury history and a new assignment in New England's uptempo offense, Cam Newton should be able to re-brand as more of a passing quarterback in 2020.
If everyone were guaranteed to stay healthy, Odell Beckham would be the No. 2 receiver on Chris Liss' board.
ADP trends from the past couple months show increased enthusiasm for second-year wideouts, including Diontae Johnson, Marquise Brown and Terry McLaurin.
With six-point passing touchdowns and a different ADP economy in its 35-round format, it makes sense to pay up more for quarterbacks in NFFC's $150 Best Ball Championship.
Chris Liss was happy to take Nick Chubb with the 14th overall pick in the season's earliest industry draft.
The Titans have a beast in Jonnu Smith, but are they prepared to feed him like one? Also, it's time to figure out what the Colts will do without Eric Ebron.
A foot injury drops Deebo Samuel outside the top 40, but that doesn't necessarily make Brandon Aiyuk a prized commodity for redraft leagues.
With Jimmy Graham gone to Chicago, can Jace Sternberger be the late-round bargain fantasy drafters lean on for cheap upside?
Antonio Brown is obviously the better football player, but Andy Dalton has been more valuable to his team IF we're comparing them to the replacement-level baselines for their respective positions.
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