SI.com’s and GSI alum James Rapien paid a visit to run through the fantasy prospects of players from the Ravens, Bengals, Browns and Steelers with me in Episode 133 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast.
The 2020 NFL season is still a bit away, but there are already plenty of predictions out there, including a ton of team and player props. Here’s a look at some team and player props from the AFC West.
The AFC West is loaded with fantasy football potential in 2020 with the Chiefs, Raiders, Chargers and Broncos all having some impact playmakers. Pat Fitzmaurice joined me in Episode 132 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast to break it all down.
I recently learned of the passing of Andrew Mousalimas, a World War II veteran and a man that is largely considered a founding father of fantasy football. However, he was so much more than that.
Few teams like to run the football more than the Seattle Seahawks and Chris Carson appears to be the best bet once again to lead the team in carries in 2020. Let’s take a look at what that means for his fantasy value.
I wrap up my look at some 2020 dynasty rankings with my take on this year’s crop of rookie running backs and their long-term fantasy outlook.
The NFL schedule has been released and NFL rosters are taking shape. In Episode 131 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast I look at some schedule highlights of interest and offer up some observations on ADP in early fantasy drafts. Continue reading
It’s the time of the year that makes playing in dynasty fantasy football leagues so much fun. Next up in our rookie rankings series is a look at some quarterbacks.
With the NFL Draft in the books, several dynasty owners are preparing for and participating in their Rookie Drafts. The Class of 2020 wide receivers is as deep as we’ve seen in years and we kick off our rankings series by looking at first-year wideouts.