Every year, we obsess over mock drafts and it starts earlier every year. While a lot of these exercises aren’t worth a whole lot in November, they are a lot of fun to see what every team has needs for and fantasy book who will go to each team. A lot of the players mentioned today will be drafted at the top of the draft, while some are likely to fall.
Each mock draft is done in one of three ways: how you would draft it, what you believe will happen and what you think teams should do. While all 3 are slightly different, they all end up being similar because a lot of draft analysts end up thinking similar with certain fits. With this mock draft, I will be coming at it with what I would do if I was each team drafting. Without further ado, here is my 2020 mock draft 1.0. Continue reading →
There’s been a lot of speculation about some coaches who might be in their last year with their respective teams. I’m going to give you my thoughts on these guys, discussing who should stay put and who needs to go.
The 7-0 San Francisco 49ers continue on the rich vein of form, and rookie Nick Bosa once again showed why he was a top draft pick. Bosa had an unbelievable game with three sacks in yesterday’s 51-13 demolition over the 4-3 Carolina Panthers. The league’s basement teams are still losing, and the Cincinnati Bengals may win the right for the first overall draft pick.
Welcome in. Hopefully, everyone had a great week and is ready to have an even better Sunday. Hopefully, last week you were able to construct a nice winning lineup based on some of the plays mentioned in last week’s article. However, you aren’t here to reminisce about last week. Continue reading →
There was a ton of movement in the weekly rankings this week. The one constant in the NFL seems to be the Patriots while the 49ers are legit and the Ravens might be the biggest threat to the Patriots in the AFC.
This year more than any other year in recent memory we have seen the value in having depth at the quarterback position. The Jets, Steelers, Saints, Dolphins, Panthers, Jaguars, and Titans have all used multiple quarterbacks this year either from inconsistent play or from lack of success by the starter.Continue reading →
At this point in the fantasy season, your team is starting to really take shape. Your first-round picks are either great, good but not great, or disappointing. Your other rounds look similar, with a variety of unlikely names in the top 12 at their positions through this stage of the season. Continue reading →