Welcome air yards fans to Year 3 of the Razzball Air Yards Report. This is the place where we look at footballs (both caught and NOT caught) to try and predict which receivers might have some positive and negative regression coming their way. This season is going to focus much more on actionable takeaways that […] Please, blog, may I have some more?
Host Bobby LaMarco is joined by Gladys Louise Tyler to discuss his Top 5 MUST-HAVE picks in rounds 7-10. Bobby will break down his latest updates to the top 150, and why he’s higher than ADP on these players. Later Gladys will let you know if he agrees with ADP or with Bobby’s rankings. […] Please, blog, may I have some more?
Tyreek Hill was drafted as the WR8 entering the 2022 season. That’s not crazy, there were five clear studs who were going in the first round, and nobody was taking Hill ahead of Kupp, Jefferson, Chase, Diggs or Adams in PPR, not after the move to Miami. But the other two names will surprise you. […] Please, blog, may I have some more?
After covering 2022 fantasy football busts for about a month, we are moving into some finances you may want to be aware of heading into 2023. There will undoubtedly be some veterans cut for their current team to save money on the cap. The five teams listed in the title are the top five teams […] Please, blog, may I have some more?
With the RB busts behind us, it is time to jump into the pass-catching studs that broke our hearts in 2022. This list is long and full of names many of us were ecstatic to roster. Some of the names you will read today are middle rounds names you took a chance on, and that […] Please, blog, may I have some more?
What are air yards, you say? The name kind of gives it away, doesn’t it? Air yards, irreverently discussed in this air yards primer, matter because we actually get some context of how much a quarterback WANTED to get their receiver the ball, not just how often the receiver could catch it. It’s a stat […] Please, blog, may I have some more?
“The Amen Break” is probably the most popular drum beat in Western music. If you sat down right now behind a drum kit, you’d try to play it. You’d sound like Oscar the Grouch smashing trash cans, but you’d still try, at least. Meanwhile, “The Amon Break” is the respite from Amon-Ra St. Brown that you’ll feel acutely this week, akin to something like a bad hangover from off-brand tequila. Sure you had fun, but now that’s done and you’re ready to spend the next 8 hours watching HBO you’re “sharing” with your cousin who hasn’t paid rent in three months because his crypto account froze during the downturn. Sure, Kyle, we’ll see your OneCoin investments come to fruition in 2023. But for the rest of us? We’re just trying to get through the week with out Amon-Ra. Please, blog, may I have some more?
Before we jump into NFL Week 3 snap counts, a little housekeeping as always: I already covered Mark Andrews, Russell Gage, DK Metcalf, rising rookies and more in my Week 3 target report, so please be sure to check that one out as well! Well, there’s no time like the present to jump right into […] 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?
Player: James Cook Team: Buffalo Bills Pick: 63rd Overall (Round 2 // Pick 31) On the latest episode of the Razzball Fantasy Football Podcast Bobby LaMarco is joined by Matthew Buck from Fantasy Focused. Matt jumps on the show to talk about the Bills’ new RB James Cook and his fit in Buffalo. To […] Please, blog, may I have some more?
Team: New York Giants
New Play-Caller: Brian Daboll
Brian Daboll is now best known for his 4-year stint as Bills OC where he oversaw the rise of Josh Allen. Things didn’t start off so great as the Bills’ offense in Allen and Daboll’s first season in 2018 was 30th in both yards and points. This is clearly a distant memory as the Bills have been top 5 in both categories each of the last 2 seasons. However, Daboll’s story isn’t just about his time in Buffalo. Prior to his time with the Bills, Daboll coached for 11 years under Bill Belichick in New England and was an OC for 4 years for 3 teams. These seasons will play an interictal part in how we view the potential of the New York Giants offense in 2022 and beyond.
In this article, we will break down the impact the move to the new coaching staff from the previous regime will have on each position. Later we will use this information to help us determine if the fantasy-relevant player can offer value at their current ADP.
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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?