Player: Christian Watson Team: Green Bay Packers Pick: 34th (2nd Round) On a transcendent episode of the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast, Host Bobby LaMarco is joined by Razzball’s Paul Blake to discuss former North Dakota State Bison WR Christian Watson’s role in the Packers’ wide receiver room and his effect on fantasy football. Watch […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Player: Jameson Williams Team: Detroit Lions Pick: #12 // Round 1 In a new episode of the RazzBall Fantasy Football Podcast host Bobby LaMarco discusses the fantasy relevance of former Alabama receiver Jameson Williams with guest Paul Blake. A jubilant Paul proudly proclaims his predilection for Jameson, oh, and he likes the receiver, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Player: Breece Hall Team: New York Jets Pick: 36 2nd Round On a brilliant episode of the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast Host Bobby LaMarco discusses the fantasy viability of former Iowa State Running Back Breece Hall with guest Paul Blake. Watch as Paul pounds the table for Hall as the pick 1.1 in […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Player: David Bell Team: Cleveland Browns Pick: 99th Overall (3rd Round) On the latest episode of the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast, Bobby LaMarco and guest Paul Blake discuss for Purdue Boilermaker wide receiver David Bell and his potential value in fantasy football redraft and dynasty leagues. And see where Walker ranks on our […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
On a wonderous episode of the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast Host Bobby Lemarco is joined by Razzball’s own Paul Blake to discuss New York Giants new WR Wan’Dale Robinson and is place with the Giants and in the fantasy football world. Watch and hear our in-depth analysis, check out the YouTube video included.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The 2022 class lacks a pinnacle player like Kyle Pitts. None of these players will be drafted in the top 5. I don’t expect any of these guys to sign 30-million-dollar contracts, either. The 2022 class does offer a group of auspicious players though. I plan to target 1-3 players from this group as I build my roster. Here’s how I stack them up.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The QB well-spring dries up a little in 2022. Some QB-needy teams will undoubtedly force the issue and take some of these players early leaving better players at other positions for more savvy operators. They shouldn’t. I did not notice any transcendent talents available this year. No player in this year’s class has the success of Joe Burrow or the eye-popping talent of Justin Herbert. That’s not to say this crop is bereft of talent. A handful of these players may have what it takes to captain an NFL franchise, but I do not plan to use a 1st round pick on any of them in my Dynasty League Drafts. If you are in a 15+ team dynasty league, this would be a draft to pick up a solid backup QB for those bye weeks and of course the dreaded QB injury. Let’s take a closer look at the QBs available in the 2022 NFL Draft.Please, blog, may I have some more?
About this time a year ago, many experts thought the 2022 draft class might be a little weak. Their reasoning seemed sound. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NCAA adjusted its player eligibility rules allowing all players an extra season to play sports. Some thought the new Name Image Likeness (NIL) rules which allow an amateur player to profit from the commercial use of their, well Name Image or Likeness. So players get paid to stay in college. But neither cash nor the enticing extra senior season of being the man on campus was enough to stifle 2022. This class is loaded with depth. It lacks some of the over-the-top talents like Najee Harris and Ja’Marr Chase, but it doesn’t lack depth featuring many talented players who will almost certainly carve out significant roles early in their professional careers. The rankings of these players offer little more than a guide. I have done my best, but without the benefit of knowing their teams, rankings are an inexact science. This process is useful to get to know the new crop of talent growing our game.Please, blog, may I have some more?
In my 1-25 rankings post I recommended you not roster more than four tight ends. With this group of players, I look to fill out bench spots. You should be able to nab a starter to fill in on a bye week and a longshot high-upside player to dream on. Dreamers at this position find themselves among the top 10 if they materialize, so it is worth your time to take a shot on a profile you like. Next week, I’ll be on to the 2022 draft class, so let us button up these rankings for now.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Tight End is an interesting position in Fantasy Football. With the game’s predilection for the passing, one might think that all pass-catchers (Tight Ends included) would have a great deal of appeal for managers of fantasy football teams, but they haven’t. Many of these players will likely accrue aroudn500 yards receiving and five touchdowns and […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
We have reached the ocean floor of our wide receiver ranking. It is dark, empty, and bleak down here. There are some treasures to be found on the sea bed but you are more likely to find ghosts and eerie creatures. Many of these receivers are former 1st and 2nd round draft picks who never […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Many unproven players and free agents in this group of receivers. All of them are long shots to be solid fantasy football contributors. By the time you reach this group, you should have at least 4 receivers, so hopefully, you aren’t counting on these guys too much. That’s not to say there isn’t talent and […]Please, blog, may I have some more?