Nothing has changed in the top 4 since the combine for me. Cooper is still No. 1 and the more I watch, the more obvious it is he’s top guy. Overall, it’s a very deep group. Not on par with 2014, but still tons of depth and something for everyone.
Here are the final LTL running back rankings for 2015. You can check my work by reading the evaluation of last year’s class. We will likely see a back or two go in round one for the first time since 2012. At the same time, I see starting caliber backs that will be available in the 3rd and 4th […]
Fantasy Football ADP: The Rookies NFL rookies historically have a slow transition from the college game, so there are very few players you can draft with confidence. The ADP data will bear that out. Still, every year a group of rookies break away from the pack and impact fantasy leagues right away. In 2012, Trent Richardson, Doug Martin, […]
Fantasy Football ADP: Second-Year Breakout Candidates In 2013 we saw second-year players like Josh Gordon, Nick Foles and Alshon Jeffrey take massive leaps in production. A handful of sophomores are already riding a wave of hype into the 2014 football season. Eddie Lacy is a top-10 lock in most drafts with Montee Ball, Le’veon Bell and Giovani Bernard getting […]
Fantasy Football ADP: Pre-Camp Bargains – RotoWire Blog There are seemingly infinite ways for leagues to draft, and a growing number of outlets offer every kind of fantasy game imaginable. Still, the most common way leagues are selected is the automated online draft room. Tracking ADP is a must to have an advantage while everyone in your […]
Early Fantasy Football ADP: Top-50 PPR – RotoWire Blog Training camps are opening around the NFL this week, which means fantasy drafts are being scheduled and more importantly for this exercise — mocked. I will be your ADP guru on the newly redesigned RotoWire blog as the 2014 season approaches. Every Tuesday and Friday we will look at trends […]
2014 is an odd year for running back draftees in a fantasy football context. Some of the most talented runners, like Carlos Hyde and Tre Mason, were selected by teams with solid incumbent starters. You can read my pre-draft rankings for an idea of how I feel about them from a scouting perspective, but here I’ll look […]