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Don’t be sad that the fantasy football season is over; be glad it happened in the first place. However, if you are among the many football enthusiasts who play dynasty-format fantasy football, you know the season never truly ends. So while we might be staring down the barrel of the NFL offseason, there’s plenty to be done as a dynasty manager. Between now and the beginning of training camp is when champions are made. This week, Matt and I were joined by Andrew Cooper of Fantasy Alarm to give you our tiered tight end rankings and two tight end sleeper candidates you should be looking to acquire ahead of the season. 

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Today I’ll be taking you through my redraft running back rankings. These are set up for a half-PPR league, so minor adjustments to heavy pass-catchers and early-down runners should be made if you’re in a PPR league. I finished 2022 as the third most accurate expert on FantasyPros, so I hope that you can use […]

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This year’s tight end class is one of the strongest in history, competing closely with the highly touted 2017, which brought us five tight ends in the first 48 picks, including Evan Engram, David Njoku, OJ Howard and Gerald Everett. While this year’s cohort lacks truly elite prospects like Kyle Pitts, it has plenty of […]

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Running backs have the shortest lifespan of all footballers so when you draft one in dynasty, you’re hoping for immediate output. Likewise, when risking an early-round redraft pick on this year’s crop of runners, you’d like to know what to expect. Well lucky for you, that’s exactly what we’re looking at today! We’ll be breaking […]

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The biggest lottery in fantasy football is the output of rookies. To help us make some accurate predictions of what to expect from this year’s class, we’re going to look through previous rookies over the last 10 years who have been drafted into similar situations. Today we’ll be starting off with the quarterbacks. Should you […]

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With most of the biggest moves in free agency made and paid, let’s have a look at who’s impacted most for fantasy. While the details included were accurate at time of writing, things will, of course, change in the coming weeks and months. Miles Sanders (CAR) This is a fantastic landing spot for the former […]

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Kyle Pitts was to be the next great tight end. Functionally a wide receiver with a tight end designation, he was always going to step up from his TE5 finish in 2021, right? Well most of us thought so! He was a consensus 3rd round pick, which looked like amazing value. It wasn’t. While Travis […]

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Just because there is still confetti stuck to the uniforms of the Kansas City Chiefs players and the champagne is still dripping down the locker room walls doesn’t mean it’s too early to look ahead to 2023 drafts and start anticipating the next six months of the NFL offseason. In fact, if you’re already drafting […]

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I drafted Jonathan Taylor… five times. Five times I had the first pick and I took JT. CMC, Ekeler and Henry were all close in my rankings but I always took Taylor. Unsurprisingly, I lost every one of those leagues. I know I’m not the only one either. Taylor was so good in 2022, he […]

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Each week we’ll take a look at the top trade targets for each position. Trade targets can be any player at any time throughout the season. The objective (when possible) is to “buy low” and “sell high,” acquiring and getting rid of players as they are hitting their peak or before they lose their value. […]

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I have been following a simple metric this season for running backs: weighted opportunities (WO) per game. This summer I found that WO/g correlated strongly with fantasy points (FP) per game with an R2 of 0.88 based off 2018 numbers. Granted, this was a small sample size of only 1 year but it’s all the data I had.

In a nutshell, the idea is that players should have a FP/WO ratio of about 1, and if they are above that they are either very efficient or lucky (probably via TDs). If they are below that number, the inverse is assumed. In that piece I identified 4 backs that looked like strong buys this offseason, so let’s see if FP/WO helped.

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