After the first go around of the rest of the season rankings, we noted that a few of the top players from our consensus ADP haven’t performed just yet. Unfortunately for the rest of the season rankings and our fantasy teams, players like Jonathan Taylor, Austin Ekeler, Christian McCaffrey, and Dalvin Cook still haven’t returned […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Join us LIVE this Sunday from 10 am – 1 pm EST for the Razzball start sit show for Week 3. We will be answering all YOUR lineup questions live that’s right LIVE on YouTube. Don’t forget to subscribe to our Razzball Fantasy YouTube Channel! We are here LIVE for 3 hours every Sunday […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Bold predictions can be far-reaching and highly unlikely. However, I tend to lean on the 30% likelihood these scenarios could actually happen. They seem bold now, but every season we witness situations and players that outperformed (or underperform) their expectations and sometimes by a wide margin. I wouldn’t run to Vegas and place bets on […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
There are a lot of things I’ve observed over the last two weeks, such as my coworker’s collection of other people’s hair and the hole in my backyard that a family of armadillos has been digging for at least the past week. These are observations I could have done without and which you need not know, but for the sake of a segue, you were forced to. And no, this isn’t Zoey 101, and no one is getting a free Segway. I would call those sobservations, as they made me sob, and such is not the focus of this post. Today, I am instead introducing the bi-weekly fantasy football Hobbservations column, which I will be releasing throughout the upcoming season to break down some of my biggest takeaways from the gridiron. Since Week 1 is still over one week away, this debut installment includes my major Hobbservations from drafts I have participated in, trends I have noticed in those drafts, player values I am targeting, and notes I have from the back-end of NFL training camps that warrant reiteration. So, forget about that hair collection and the holes which fill our lives, and join me in the first Hobbservations article of the 2022 campaign.Please, blog, may I have some more?
There are eight new coaching positions. And if NFL 2022 preseason is any indication it is going to be fun. They all had their spin on who to play how and when, which technically doesn’t give us an idea of how it is going to turn out…it is preseason after all. But maybe we can […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Every year we get burned by fantasy football players we expect to produce for us at a high level. Whether it be from injury, COVID list inactives, suspensions or simply underperforming and losing playing time, it’s important we review each season from a bird’s eye view in addition to our granular approach. Some players just […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
An underrated aspect of fantasy football is the impact of offensive lines. We have seen many seasons derailed and upsides capped by terrible offensive line play. Teams like the 2019 Rams saw their PFF offensive line rank go from 13 in the preseason to 31 after the year. This resulted in key players like […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
With the 59th overall pick of the 2022 draft, the BC Lions drafted Alabama receiver John Metchie III. Unfortunately for the Lions, Metchie was also selected by the Houston Texans with the 44th overall pick of the 2022 NFL Draft, their fourth selection of the year, so he’ll be staying stateside, being the highest-drafted offensive […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Player: Dameon Pierce Team: Houston Texans Selection: 98th Overall (Round 4 // Pick 2) On the latest episode of the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast, Bobby LaMarco welcomes in Sky Guasco to discuss former Florida running back Dameon Pierce and what his potential fantasy value is as a rookie in Houston. To hear our […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Every year roughly ¼ of NFL teams see a change in their coaching staffs. These changes to a new scheme could help or hurt certain players based on various concepts. For example, some play-callers are more pass-heavy while others might utilize more concepts like play-action.
In this series, we will review all the new play-callers (PC)/offensive coordinators (OC)to see where their styles differentiate from the previous season’s outputs. This article will dive into pass volume to see which teams should see the biggest potential swing in this category based on their new PC/OC. The below chart outlines the teams that will have a new PC/OC in 2022. Please note, that some teams were left off this list as they hired within or the new OC doesn’t call plays.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The receiver position will be deep in 2022, and it only gets better as this year’s draft class looks solid and will offer at least seven immediate starters, but also has quality depth throughout the class. I recommend taking one of the players from the top six to ensure you have an elite and reliable playmaker at the position. After A.J. Brown they all have blemishes, but they also have upside. Pocket your top six stud and you will feel better about chances with the rest. I wouldn’t mind starting a draft with Deebo Samuel (6) and waiting until Michael Pittman Jr. (23) to get your second wideout. The position has studs and depth to offer. Let’s begin our breakdown with the top 40.Please, blog, may I have some more?
With one simple line of prediction, all the weeks of Air Yards analysis went down the crapper. Here it is, from the Week 16 Air Yards report:
“Antonio Brown might make the short list of 2021 playoff heroes after this week is over.”
Yikes. As one commenter pointed out, “that prediction did not wear well.” Brown also did not wear his jersey well, dropping it on the ground, and giving a farewell tour around the stadium just after halftime. At that point, his opportunity to help your fantasy team or his real life football team in the playoffs disappeared faster than the cannon smoke from Raymond James Stadium.
But Air Yards, like many other advanced stats, tells us what could (or perhaps should) happen given similar circumstances over time. Brown smashed in Week 16 with no Chris Godwin or Mike Evans. Given similar circumstances plus playing-time incentives in Week 17, we had every reason to believe Brown would manhandle the Jets. It was the process and in the process we trust.
Until a potential mid-game retirement variable is introduced in to the Air Yards model, we will just have to rely on the data we have. What can 2021 air yards teach us for 2022? Let’s find out.Please, blog, may I have some more?