On episode 443, Matt Kelley and Patrick Murphy identify the tight end sweet spot of fantasy drafts, and Evan Engram is a siren’s song.
Saquon Barkley should be parked behind Ezekiel Elliott and Christian McCaffrey in fantasy drafts.
Drafting Todd Gurley never feels good.
Le’Veon Bell‘s mileage and changing situation make him one of the most terrifying running backs in fantasy drafts.
Better one-hit wonder: Damien Williams or James Conner?
Jaylen Samuels is more than just a handcuff upside play.
Is Chase Edmonds a pure handcuff or something more?
How should fantasy gamers handle the Leonard Fournette–Ryquell Armstead situation?
Miles Sanders is a better fantasy draft pick, because Darrell Henderson may be dropped in September.
Justice Hill is the best rookie to target in the double-digit rounds.
Why Dexter Williams can be the elevated before Damien Harris.
Remembering Adam Thielen‘s bananas season.
Mike Williams and Calvin Ridley are the college vividness bias poster children.
If you like drafting Chris Godwin, you should love drafting Christian Kirk.
OJ Simpson thinks Tyreek Hill get off and has no interest in Mecole Hardman.
Robby Anderson is young and explosive and that matters.
DeVante Parker is holding onto relevance in fantasy football.
Deshaun Watson deserves strong QB1 consideration.
Casual fantasy gamers continue to draft Aaron Rodgers as a top-5 QB.
Is this the year Andrew Luck‘s pass volume is finally reduced?
Dak Prescott is the best-value quarterback in fantasy football right now.
The case for Marcus Mariota as a late round quarterback.
George Kittle and Zach Ertz are the two most overdrafted players in fantasy football.
Jared Cook should outproduce David Njoku or Jared Cook?
Jerick McKinnon has the explosiveness to continue to stash-and-hope.
Marlon Mack is primed for a monster season.
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