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We made it! We finally made it, it’s the heart of draft season and I couldn’t be more ecstatic. If you’re like me, you’ve been consuming every bit of FF content since the NFL Draft, and have participated in countless mock drafts. Shhh…don’t tell my girlfriend how many mock drafts I’ve completed. By now, you’ve tinkered around with different draft strategies and hopefully you landed on one that will lead you to the promise land. Before it’s too late, I want to make sure you are not forgetting a critical component that can set you up for a slam dunk on draft day– the handcuff.

As a new writer for Razzball.com my main focus will be providing you with a weekly RB handcuff report. I look forward to interacting with you all as the season progresses. Let me know if there is a topic or player you would like me to comment on. Today, we will focus on how handcuffs can impact your overall draft day strategy and give you a couple of the top RB handcuffs. Are you ready? Let’s do this!

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All things must come to an end as is the case with this series. We went through the first roundrounds two and threerounds four and five, and the middle rounds. Now, it is time to close out with with late round values. We will define late rounds as anything in the 9th round or later. Depending on roster size, this will be for your flex spot or later. There are many different kinds of scoring and preferences so I’m just going to go by the names that I like and have already been targeting.

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Hey there Razzballers, Reid here writing a quick little piece for those in keeper leagues and trying to make decisions for who you plan on using a keeper status on in some of your leagues. While there are an infinite number of hypothetical situations, I will provide one that I believe best illustrates the thought […]

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Real fake football is getting close with fantasy drafts around the corner. Right now you’ll have to settle for fake real football with preseason action. As plays get made and highlights get generated the Ameer Abdulah effect will begin to happen. That cozy vacation town that is your favorite sleeper will soon get ruined by tide pod eating morons that don’t truly appreciate it/them. These names should be at the top of your list to grab before it’s too late.

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The middle rounds seem to be the place where a lot of fantasy owners “make up ground” on positions that they ignored in the first half of the draft. Whether it happened on purpose or it was a part of a bigger strategy, there is a lot of value in the middle rounds this season. If you are a person who likes the “zero RB” strategy, there will be some volume still out there in the 6th round and later. If you are like me and you are a fan of getting a couple of elite running backs in the first three rounds, wide receiver happens to be really deep this year in a league where the air game is always growing. This is also a season where it might be a good idea to grab up one of the better tight ends in the first five rounds because of the value to be had in the middle rounds at other positions. While others are taking quarterbacks and forgetting how close quarterback scoring ends up being at the end of the season, here are some guys who can help you win your league.

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Hello everyone, and happy Saturday!

Well, we have officially started the 2018 NFL Preseason after the first few games these past few nights, which means that we are one step closer to the start of the NFL season!

Offensive lines aren’t the single most important thing in fantasy, but it certainly has a massive impact in today’s NFL, and a good unit could boost a players’ stock, while a bad unit could derail a whole season. So today, I’ll be taking a look at some of the best, and worst offensive lines in football to help you make some key decisions on draft day.

Let’s get to it!

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Welcome back to Target Practice! We have worked our way through the first round before getting into rounds two and three. Now, we can work on rounds four and five. But, before we get to the fourth and fifth rounds, have you joined an RCL League yet? You can win prizes and play against your favorite writers at Razzball. It’s totally free and really fun to play in 12 team leagues against other Razzball enthusiasts. If you want to play against me specifically click here to join. If you think I’m ugly, smell bad, or think my writing is trash but just needed to click on something to avoid connecting with your loved ones, we have plenty of other writers on board as well. Reid, Zach, B-Don, DonkeyTeeth, Rotowan, and Stan Son have all signed up to play this season.

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Donkey Teeth and B_Don bring you lots of sausage in this episode. Don’t ask what goes into to the sausage! Other than rookie quarterbacks and rookie tight ends, we’ll never tell!

Speaking of rookie tight ends, it wouldn’t be right to discuss rookie tight ends without mentioning the greatest rookie tight end of all-time, Mr. Ditka himself, 1961 NFL Rookie of the Year, DA COACH! Some other intriguing tight ends in the 2018 class include Mike Gisecki, Hayden Hurst, and Dallas Goedert.

The fellas also discuss the long term outlooks for Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, Lamar Jackson and the other top QBs drafted this year before diving into a two round dynasty rookie mock draft. What a delicious episode, grab some sausage while there’s still time!

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