It appears that the Atlanta Falcons are heading towards an off-season where big names will be leaving, and money will be tight. Atlanta is working with roughly $6 million in cap space and have already acknowledged the fact that big names like Austin Hooper will not be returning. So, let’s evaluate the situation at hand, and look at potential replacements for players leaving the Atlanta Falcons in 2020.
Joe Burrow was the most exciting player of the 2019-2020 college season. He went from being a low end prospect, to Heisman winner, to consensus first overall pick. However, despite his success, there are still many questions surrounding Burrow. Where will he end up? Is he a franchise Quarterback? Was he a one hit wonder? There is so much speculation surrounding Burrow that we are overlooking the great potential stored in what many consider a franchise saving draft choice. This is, Joe Burrow
2019 was one of the most exciting years for Fantasy Football. Owners learned about the importance of having at least 2 or 3 solid QBs after many injuries claimed lots of top tier signal callers. We found out that defenses can score you more points than hundreds of other players. And that we live and die by Fitzmagic. This was one of the most unpredictable years especially with how many role players turned out to be more productive than some stars (ahem, Alvin Kamara).
At the time of the 2019 NFL Draft the `consensus feeling of Giants fans and NFL spectators was confusion, disappointment and dread with the selection of Daniel Jones at the 6th pick in the 1st round. This distaste trickled down to the rest of the draft, although most fans came to feel hope and potential for the new Giants.
It’s becoming clear that Todd Gurley is no longer able to sustain carries like he used to. While this is disappointing in it’s own right, it paves way for the creation of a future star that the Rams already have. Darrell Henderson Jr., who was the Rams’ 3rd round draft choice, has been heating up the past couple weeks as HC Sean McVay is starting to give him more work due to Malcom Brown’s injury. Henderson has rushed for 11 times the last two weeks, including a 49 rushing yard performance against the Bengals where he also added two catches for 20 yards. Now, obviously none of these numbers are at all impressive, but now that Henderson is getting more work, could he be a waiver wire pick up on the verge of a huge breakout? Let’s find out.
With San Francisco debuting their brand new alternate throwback-inspired jerseys, they wanted to ball out in style. While their big ballers on defense stayed hot against CMC and the Carolina Panthers offense, we saw one of the 49ers big offensive acquisitions from the off-season finally pay off. Tevin Coleman absolutely exploded for 105 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns, adding another 13 yards and 1 touchdown through the air. Now, with TC being apart of a running back committee that includes Matt Breida, it ponders the question whether or not if this is what we can expect from Coleman, or if this was a one off performance. Let’s take a deeper look.
Every week there are risers and fallers and nothing destroys a DFS team faster than a superstar players laying an egg and giving you way below value. We will be … Continue Reading Star players to absolutely avoid this week in DFS
Each week there are superstar players that will have superstar fantasy days but also there is mid level players to deep sleepers who explode.
When Andrew Luck decided to hang up his cleats, Colts fans booed and fantasy owners cried. However, the team has not faltered in the face of adversity. And because of that, Jacoby Brissett is playing the best football of his life. We are seeing Brissett really benefit from the system and cast he’s playing with, as well as significant development as a passer. Brissett is currently proving he can actually be a QB 1 for fantasy teams around the world, and may be the reason you can win a championship. Whether he’s trade target or someone stashed on your bench, here’s what you need to know about Brissett.
Week one was filled with tons of action from the Ravens dominating the Dolphins, to the Patriots looking like a literal super team. As we head into week 2 here are my updated power rankings.
A disastrous Week One can often ruin a players morale, especially if they are incredibly hyped up. I was personally never big on Aaron Jones. His high ADP and status as a RB2 is really puzzling. He suffers from the hype brought on by high ceiling with good, but minimal flashes of that potential. These tend to be players who are becoming starters after one or two years of being a role player. Aaron Jones is the Packers full-time starter this season which means more carries, and more pressure. So, should Aaron Jones owners be panicking after a disappointing performance? Or is this a one off game where neither offenses could get moving. Let’s discuss!