How Zero RB Killed Zero RB

A funny thing happened to Zero RB during its meteoric rise as a approach to winning fantasy football drafts… it has become incredibly difficult to execute.

While Zero RB is ineffective in draftmaster formats, in traditional league formats, Zero RB remains on the table

Jeremy Hill: Big Enough to Fail

Just because Jeremy Hill had an incredible rookie year, does not mean he’s better than Giovani Bernard.

Giovani Bernard’s prospect and professional profiles are superior to Jeremy Hill across the board. For this reason, Jeremy Hill’s second round ADP is too expensive. Most fantasy gamers would be better off selecting a stud WR in that slot.

Chris Matthews: Size Always Matters

In 2014 Russell Wilson threw the ball 452 times, 45 more attempts than the previous season. If Wilson continues along this trajectory, 500 passing attempts are within the range of possible outcomes in 2015.

Chris Matthews’ Super Bowl performance suggests that he would be more productive than Jermaine Kearse this season. When Matthews finds his way into the starting lineup, there will be enough targets available to make Chris Matthews an upside flex play on a weekly basis, even in an offense that is known for running-first.

Finish Your Draft With a “Boom” Herron

Dan Herron has the distinction of being the best receiving back on the league’s highest volume pass offense.

Whether searching for Zero RB candidates or adding a late round flier to round out a roster, Dan “Boom” Herron is the best-value RB in fantasy football.


Carolina Panthers: Fantasy Football Windfall

The the offseason acquisition of Devin Funchess and Cam Newton and Jonathan Stewart finally enjoying healthy training camps, the Carolina Panthers as a whole are fantasy football’s single best team-centric value proposition.

The time is now to buy Cam Newton, Devin Funchess, Kelvin Benjamin, and Jonathan Stewart in both redraft and dynasty league formats.

Leonard Hankerson: Fantasy Football’s Cheapest Upside Play

If you’re like most fantasy football managers, Atlanta Falcons Wide Receiver Leonard Hankerson is barely a blip on your radar. Hankerson has been labeled a college has-been and an NFL never-was. However, in 2015, the stars may be aligning for him as he has a real opportunity to be the Falcons’ WR3.

If Hankerson can win this job and stay healthy, by this time next year we’ll all be setting our watches to HankTime.


5 End-Of-Draft Sleeper Handcuffs (with league-winning potential)

As fantasy gamers gravitate toward draftmaster formats that disallow in-season moves, handcuffing studs has come back en vogue.

We review five true sleeper handcuffs available at the end of fantasy drafts who are in-line to ascend, and yet most fantasy gamers don’t know their names.

Looking for LeGarrette Blount: An Evaluation Key for Early-Down RBs

LeGarrette Blount has demonstrated how effective a two-down pounder can be. After most of the fantasy community had written him off, Blount delivered multiple strong late-season performances against playoff-quality competition.

Whether you are experimenting with Zero RB, or have simply found yourself needing RB help later in your draft, you would be wise to target some productive two-down RBs. They may not have the sex appeal of an every-downer, but these backs could help you win your league.


Marques Colston is a Discount Kelvin Benjamin

Marques Colston may be much older, but he and Kelvin Benjamin should post similar fantasy numbers in 2015.

With an ADP outside the top-100 players, Colston is one of fantasy football’s best-value WRs.


Phillip Dorsett & Brandin Cooks: The Closest Rookie WR Comps on

The Best Comparable features most popular and oft-discussed aspect of Each player’s “best comp” is identified by an input-prioritized algorithm that sorts, dismisses, and ultimately matches each player to the most similar NFL peer at his position. As was discussed in a previous piece, the vast permutations from just a handful of physical, athletic, […]