Category Archives: Fantasy Football

Chicago Bears 2019 Draft Review

Joey Ricotta | April 30th, 2019

Not having a pick until the third round of the draft can change the way a fan views that particular draft. That’s been the case for most Bears fans as they were expecting to wait until pick number 87 before they made their first selection. Instead, fans only had to wait until pick 73 because the Bears decided to trade up to get their guy. Nothing new for GM Ryan Pace, but how should we value this year’s picks? Continue reading

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Minnesota Vikings Draft Review

Dale Money | April 29th, 2019

The Vikings wrapped up the 2019 draft with 12 picks, which is the most they’ve had in franchise history since the seven-round format began in 1994. They were able to get themselves a potential franchise tight end early, leaving offensive guard till the fourth round. They made a very solid first selection, picking one of the top interior offensive linemen in the draft, in Garrett Bradbury. Choosing a running back in the third round, was a bit of a surprise. Given the needs, they had at defensive back and on the defensive line. But you could argue, the need for an adequate backup to oft-injured Dalvin Cook was necessary. Continue reading

Pittsburgh Steelers Draft Review

Joe Toscano | April 29th, 2019

The Pittsburgh Steelers went into the 2019 NFL Draft with many needs. Their biggest need was Inside Linebacker, a need created from the injury to Ryan Shazier in 2017.  The question was – would they address that need in the draft, and when?

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Los Angeles Chargers Draft Review

Levon Satamian | April 28th, 2019

The Los Angeles Chargers had a very successful draft. In the first round, the Chargers drafted defensive tackle from Notre Dame, Jerry Tillery, 28th overall. In the second round, they drafted a safety from Delaware, Nasir Adderley, 60th overall. In the third round, they drafted offensive lineman from Sioux Falls, Trey Pipkins, 90th overall. In the fourth round, they drafted a linebacker from Notre Dame, Drue Tranquill, 130th overall. In the fifth round, they drafted the quarterback out of North Dakota State, Easton Stick, 166th overall. In the sixth round, they drafted another linebacker, this time from the University of Houston, Emeke Egbule, 200th overall. In the seventh round, they drafted another defensive lineman, from University of Cincinnati, Cortez Broughton, 242nd overall.

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Indianapolis Colts Draft Review

Dale Money  | April 28th, 2019

The Indianapolis Colts started their draft off by trading themselves out of the first round. Giving up their 26th pick to the Washington Redskins, in exchange for the 46th pick, and a 2020 2nd round choice. The Colts focused on the offensive line in the early parts of the 2018 NFL Draft, which paid off by seasons end, as they gave up the least amount of sacks with 18. This enabled them to focus, almost solely on defense in this draft. Continue reading