Author Archives: Frank Dyevoich

About Frank Dyevoich

I'm a New York/New Jersey attorney with a strong passion for the NFL and fantasy football. I am a die hard New York Giants fan first and foremost and an aspiring fantasy football analyst. I specialize in re-draft PPR, but will happily answer best ball, dynasty and keeper questions if you tweet me. I hope to attack fantasy football analysis from unique angles and bring to light aspects of the game that not many people realize impacts fantasy football. I also stay up to the minute with news that breaks across the NFL and can share insight on the hottest legal issues.

NFL Free Agency Preview: Who is on the Market

Frank Dyevoich| January 16th, 2020

Super Bowl LIV is just three weeks away and yesterday I broke down the complicated ins and outs of free agency. Today I’m going to break down the top upcoming free agents at several positions. A lot of these players will likely be given the franchise or transition tag assuming they don’t reach a long term deal before free agency begins.

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NFL Free Agency Preview: How it Works

Frank Dyevoich| January 15th, 2020

Now that Super Bowl LIV is only three weeks away, it is time to start looking ahead at the 2020 season. Yes, already. The first major event of the NFL offseason is free agency. The idea of free agency seems pretty simple, unsigned players can sign with new teams for more money. However, free agency is actually very complex, but fear not, that’s what I am here for.

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Fantasy Suits Podcast Week 4: Waiver Wire Adds

Frank Dyevoich | September 24th, 2019

In this episode of the Fantasy Suits Podcast, Frank and Rob discuss the latest injury news around the league. Find out what to do with Saquon Barkley and how much of your Free Agent Acquisition Budget (“FAAB”) you should spend on Wayne Gallman. Should you be worried about Cam Newton? (Disclaimer: this episode dropped this morning, before news came out that Cam was dealing with a Lis Franc injury). What the heck is going on with the Kansas City Chief’s running backs? Do you need to worry about Julian Edelman (SPOILER: No.). Also in this episode, Frank and Rob discuss a few players that they are dropping after three weeks of fantasy football.

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Kenyan Drake Time Machine

Frank Dyevoich | June 23rd, 2019

The year is 2016. Kenyan Drake, running back out of Alabama, is drafted by the Miami Dolphins with the tenth pick of the third round of the NFL Draft. Former fantasy football stud Arian Foster was signed in free agency and Jay Ajayi was in his sophomore season. Foster was a bust and Ajayi took a stranglehold over the backfield leaving Drake, third on the depth chart, to get 33 carries and scored two touchdowns.

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Week 17 Start Em’ Sit Em’

Frank Dyevoich | December 29th, 2018

Most fantasy football championships were won in Week 16 so Congratulations to those of you who have brought home that coveted title in 2018! For those of you still competing in Week 17, you are doing it wrong. Week 17 is usually just as unpredictable as the pre-season because many teams have locked up their playoff position and have nothing to play for which results in many teams resting their starters. This messes up the entire fantasy arena because the superstars who carried you all the way through the playoffs are not going to play and you are left searching the waiver wire for backup players that are going to see a ton of volume. Further, some teams that are out of playoff contention also choose to rest their superstars because they do not want them to suffer a serious injury that may threaten their availability in 2019 in a completely meaningless game. Therefore, first and foremost, stop playing your championships in Week 17. For those of you still with a title on the line, the following start/sit recommendations are based on this week’s matchups and whether or not teams have anything to play for in Week 17.

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