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Well, that was a doozy. The Aaron Rodgers-Jets Experiment lasted about as long as my underground rapping career. Last night, the Minnesota Vikings were about as good at possessing the football as Antonio Cromartie is at possessing contraceptives. And the Cowboys looked about as dominant in Week 1 as ever while Daniel Jones played the part of Benjamin Button at his first birthday party. We unpacked all of that, turned the page, and now we stand before Week 2. One game is in the books, leaving you to either celebrate your bold decision to roll out D’Andre Swift or scream out in agony as you watched him post 25-plus fantasy points on the bench. Although it’s too late to assist you with that decision, here’s my Week 2 insight as you go about making your start vs. sit calls. If I don’t hit on the player you’re looking for this week, hit me up in the comments section and we can discuss it at length.

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After a long offseason, it’s finally here, it’s football season! Although your draft will provide the core of your fantasy rosters, it’s vital to constantly improve your roster, taking advantage of good match-ups and future opportunities. Every week, I’ll be bringing you an article answering two simple questions: Who should I stream this week, and […]

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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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Here we are…Fantasy Football Championship Week. If you’re playing for all the marbles, congratulations. I’m still alive in two of my three leagues, so I can’t wait for the games to get started. The semifinals were a bear for my teams, falling behind on Thursday night in one league and the same during the early […]

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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 […]

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Taking inventory of target share (TS) and snap share (SS) data is a critical tool to help with start-sit decisions, and provide a framework for buy-low/sell-high trade candidates. Every Wednesday the Target Report will highlight key TS/SS data and takeaways from the weekend. Keep in mind this is one data point to reference when making weekly lineup decisions. Utilizing all of Razzball’s tools will help complete the decisions making process each week. 

Success in fantasy football is built around opportunity, especially consistent opportunity. Don’t get caught up only chasing fantasy points. Peyton Manning focused more on what happened between endzones versus what transpired on the scoreboard. It is important not to overreact to a poor fantasy outing when the usage is still there. Or overreact to a fantasy explosion for a player that barely found the field or was barely targeted in the game. Trust the data and trust the process…

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