Kenny Golladay is Wildly Underrated, Just Ask Anquan Boldin

by Zach Krueger, June 7, 2017

The hype surrounding Detroit’s rookie wide receiver Kenny Golladay is growing to be a very real thing, and at a rapid pace. Word out of OTA’s already has Golladay looking like the third receiver in the Lions receiving corps, which is good news for Anquan Boldin enthusiasts looking for a replacement level player in Detroit’s offense.

Standing at 6-foot-4, Kenny Golladay holds a significant three inch height advantage over Matthew Stafford’s favorite red zone target, while also boasting an athletic profile that any quarterback would want in his wide receiver.


Chris Godwin to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Striking Pirate Gold in Round 3

by Zach Krueger, June 6, 2017

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected PlayerProfiler favorite Chris Godwin with the No. 84 overall pick in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Selecting of Godwin was a classic tale of marauders heisting gold and getting richer by the second.

The only perceived threat to Godwin’s workload appears to be Adam Humphries, who looks to be overcome by Chris Godwin’s superior athleticism quickly and will likely be relegated to fringe fantasy WR status barring injuries to his fellow wide receivers.


Philadelphia Eagles Fantasy Football Outlook: The Carson Wentz Inflection Point

by Akash Bhatia, June 5, 2017

Last year ended poorly for Carson Wentz and the Eagles. However, with Wentz’s development and a vastly improved receiving corps, the Eagles will succeed on offense in 2017.

Torrey Smith was productive during his time in Baltimore with the competent (but not elite) Joe Flacco. Smith’s days a fantasy-relevant asset in Baltimore seem lost in the sands of time, but even in 2015, Smith was very efficient with his limited targets in San Francisco.


Taywan Taylor: The Most Interesting Man in Tennessee

by Zach Krueger, June 3, 2017

The Tennessee Titans selected wide receiver Taywan Taylor looks like the steal of the NFL Draft based on his advanced stats and metrics profile.

The Titans will look to phase out the receivers who failed to produce last season, and instead should begin an early insertion of Taywan Taylor in the passing game to put their passing game over the top, both literally and figuratively.


Remember the Titans: Tennessee’s Arrow Is Pointing Straight Up

by Mike Randle, June 2, 2017

Marcus “Mr. Roboto” Mariota is set for a breakout third year. With a top ten pass blocking offensive line and the fourth most rushing yards by a quarterback, it is easy to project a top ten fantasy floor for the Titans star quarterback.

At 6-3, 209-pounds, Corey Davis rated as the best wide receiver in the draft. His 18.7 (95th Percentile) Breakout Age, shows he was an impact player in college immediately. Davis’ 51.6 percent (96th Percentile) College Dominator Rating proves he was a consistent producer throughout his career.


New York Jets Wide Receiver Corps: A Depth Chart In Flux

by Richard Jenkins, June 1, 2017

The Jets will enter fall camp carrying 13 wide receivers on the roster. Former second round draft pick Devin Smith (2.05) was recently released following a second ACL tear, opening the door someone else to take his spot. During the draft the Jets took two receivers: WR ArDarius Stewart of Alabama and WR Chad Hansen of California.

ArDarius Stewart, the Jets third round pick, is a sneaky dynasty stash. Stewart is currently falling to the mid-third round of rookie drafts. Stewart averaged 10.7 YAC, which landed him 2nd among all power 5 receivers.


Cincinnati Bengals Fantasy Football Outlook: Andy Dalton Strikes Back

by Akash Bhatia, May 31, 2017

Cincinnati Bengals fantasy football team outlook using advanced stats and metrics profiles illuminates undervalued assets from Andy Dalton to Tyler Eifert. This team has plenty of weapons and should have no problem replicating their 2015 offensive success.

Last year, Andy Dalton finished as the No. 12 quarterback in fantasy football despite the fact that Tyler Eifert and A.J. Green played together in only two games. Dalton will benefit from an upgraded receiving corps in 2017, and oh by the way, the Bengals added a better running back prospect than Ezekiel Elliott.


Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Football Team Outlook: The Island of Misfit Toys

by Hasan Rahim, May 30, 2017

The Baltimore Ravens offense remains unchanged from 2016. The advanced stats and metrics indicate that many players offer high upside in 2017 for fantasy football.

The Ravens tight end position is Dennis Pitta and a bunch of guys. Last season Pitta was targeted 121 times, good for third most among all tight ends. With a 14.9-percent (No. 4) Hog Rate, Pitta saw plenty of targets and led all NFL tight ends with 86 receptions.


San Francisco 49ers Fantasy Football Team Preview: Sneaky Value Everywhere

by Kevin McHugh, May 29, 2017

The San Francisco 49ers do not project to win a lot of games this season, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to mine fantasy value from this team.

Brian Hoyer is by no means a superstar quarterback, but could provide sneaky value in 2017. In 17 games over the past two seasons, Hoyer has thrown for 4,051 yards with 25 touchdowns to only 7 interceptions.


Chargers Fantasy Football Team Outlook: A Breakthrough Is Imminent

by Akash Bhatia, May 28, 2017

The Chargers offense can be a menace in 2017. The roster boasts offensive weapons like Allen, Gordon, Williams, Benjamin, and Henry. The schedule starts tough, but buy after that and reap the rewards of an excellent offense.

Tyrell “the Gazelle” William gets his nickname from his strong workout metrics. William oozes athleticism featuring an impressive 10.40 (98th-percentile) Catch Radius and a 130.7 (89th-percentile) Burst Score.