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Zero Wide Receiver: Data Shows That It’s The Way To Go

There are many different theories and strategies for how to draft a fantasy football team. Waiting for a late-round quarterback, stockpiling tight ends, patiently snagging mid-round running backs. Some work, some don’t. Being a numbers guy, there’s only one tried and true method that works and makes sense for me:

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Free Agent Running Back Roundup: Aaron Jones

Introduction The 2021 NFL season and free agent market officially opens on March 17th 4pm EST . As die-hard dynasty players, you’re already reviewing and scouting future players for your 2021 rosters. One of the key components to fantasy roster management is to foresee change around the league before it

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The Impact of New Head Coaches on Running Backs

As is the case every offseason, a number of teams will replace their head coaches heading into the 2021 season. This year, seven teams will have new coaches at the helm next season which is about the average number of openings dating back to 2015. We know many times these

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