Let’s take a look at the strength of schedule for the skill positions heading into the 2019 season. Plenty of factors go into fantasy football rankings. When you’re looking at two or three players during your draft, factors like strength of schedule can help you decide between those players. Strength of Schedule (SoS) essentially relates […]
Welcome reader/commenter. If you’re reading this, I have something exciting cooked up for you this season. It’s a vampire league! The concept is fairly straightforward. The vampire, let’s call him Dakula, doesn’t get to draft a team. They must build it via waivers once the other teams complete the draft. The twist is that if […]
You read the title correctly. $500,000 or half a Million dollars to the winner of the Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC) The FFPC Main event prize has increased by Highlights:-59 draft dates/times (up from 42 last year)-$3.1 Million ($3,100,000) in prizes (up $900,000 from last year)-$500,000 Grand Prize to FFPC 2019 Main Event ChampionAs always enter the […]
The second full week of preseason kicked off Thursday night, and unlike last week’s rollout, there was more playing time for front-line starters. Additionally, high-profile rookies Kyler Murray and Dwayne Haskins were both in action again, making it a particularly intriguing night of exhibition play. With 10 teams in action, let’s dive right into some […]
It’s actually been a pretty big day of training camp, as some important injury updates are rolling in that may impact upcoming fantasy drafts. We’ll start out in New England- • While excitement has been growing since reports of Josh Gordon’s reinstatement last Friday, he was seen today at the team’s facility and he’s now […]
San Francisco 49ers QB C.J. Beathard (thumb) was able to practice Wednesday, Aug. 14. He banged his thumb on a helmet in the team’s first preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys.
For the second day in a row, we have quite a few injury updates that need to be considered when drafting. Not only will we look at the important player news from today, but we’ll handicap how it might impact the fantasy impact of those players. • Puff pieces and injuries are the most common […]
Updating a previous report, San Francisco 49ers SS Jimmie Ward (collarbone) was able to practice Wednesday, Aug. 14.
Tennessee Titans TE Delanie Walker caught both of his targets for 26 yards and a touchdown in a 22-17 preseason loss to the New England Patriots Saturday, Aug. 17.
In a time long, long ago (2 months) BEFORE writing at Razzball I thought I knew more than all of the fantasy experts. This wasn’t out of disrespect. It’s just who I am, and I would argue that is who most of us who play fantasy sports are. We think we know everything. We have […]
Carolina Panthers QB Taylor Heinicke could be thrust back into the mix for the No. 2 quarterback job after completing 8 of 12 passes for 78 yards and a touchdown against the Buffalo Bills on Friday, Aug. 16, in the opinion of ESPN’s David Newton. Newton cites the struggles of QBs Will Grier and Kyle […]
Training camp is upon us and the NFL beat writers are heating up the twitter sphere with news. This article is an attempt to cut through the noise and figure out what if anything is most important. One vital component that needs to be pointed out is that we should never be relying on beat […]
The first slate of preseason games typically leaves a small mark on fantasy draft rankings. A lot of the big names sit, and a lot of the action reinforces previous thought. However, there were some eye-raising moments throughout Week 1. Lamar Jackson looks primed to throw the ball with more frequency. Sam Darnold looks like […]
Updating previous reports, Miami Dolphins WR Jakeem Grant’s four-year deal is worth up to $24 million, according to a source.
One of the main ways the fantasy community has described opportunities for pass-catchers heading into the season is by examining “vacated” targets. Based on the free agency moves or players cut during the off-season, there is a certain percentage of the previous year’s targets that now are unaccounted for. For example, with Jordy Nelson retiring, […]
Scheme and Metrics fantasy team preview- we’ll take a look at each of the 32 teams and look at a combination of offensive scheme/philosophy and some player metrics to give us something else to think about when drafting our fantasy squads this summer. In this edition, we’ll look at Washington. The system/scheme • Jay Gruden […]
Michael Nease was super aggressive with his running back picks in the Experts Poll last year; with seven different running backs, he ranked them higher or lower than any of the 19 other analysts. And Nease hit on enough of those picks to outperform the rest of the field at this position.It wasn’t pretty at […]
The middle of the draft should be a solid mix of guys with a track record of decent production and maybe some riskier high upside guys that may be seeing an increased role or a different scheme that fits their skill set. There will be a mix of players that I have already written about […]
Carolina Panthers DE Brian Burns (ankle) is dealing with an ankle injury but expects to play in the preseason game Friday, Aug. 16.
Carolina Panthers WR Curtis Samuel has been ‘practically impossible to cover’ in training camp, according to Brendan Marks of the Charlotte Observer. Head coach Ron Rivera said Samuel is ‘light years ahead’ of where he has been in past training camps.
There have been some great inventions by humankind over the course of our existence: architecture, electricity, the Instant Pot, the air fryer, and the internet to name a few. And with the invention of the internet, came the RCL. Perhaps the greatest reader vs. reader vs. contributor fantasy football tournament on the web.
In the Fantasy Court Series, two of the writers for The Fantasy Footballers choose sides on a player and present their argument to help you decide whether or not you should be adding these players to your fantasy team. Today’s case is all about Chicago’s pass-catching RB, Tarik Cohen. I will be providing all of […]
Updating a previous report, Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock (hand) underwent X-rays on his right hand and they came back negative, according to a source.
On this week’s football show, Donkey Teeth and B_Don discuss their RazzBowl drafts off the top before diving into their rookie tight end profiles. The guys agree on the two exciting young Iowa tight ends as their top two in this class, but the agreements are short lived.
Miami Dolphins WR Jakeem Grant is reportedly set to sign a four-year extension with the team in the coming days, according to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald.
The civilians that don’t live inside a fantasy football bubble 365 days per year are revving up for their draft season so it’s time for a rankings post! We don’t make a draft kit sort of thing, we want you to come see us at the site. Here you are now! Hello. Just because we […]
Ok it has been too long since I updated you on how I am doing in my 17 fantasy football leagues this year. Note in leagues which are best ball (draft masters) and scored by total points only (I.e no Head to Head matchups) I have taken the liberty and giving my team a W-L record based on how […]
For all the fuss made when the Dolphins opened training camp with Kalen Ballage as the first-team running back over Kenyan Drake, it seemingly turned out to be nothing when Drake played ahead of Ballage with the starters in Miami’s preseason opener. Finally, clarity! That clarity lasted only a moment, as Drake was seen Tuesday […]