brandon aiyuk, san Francisco 49ers

Brandon Aiyuk Needs To Be Picked Up Right Now

Brandon Aiyuk has logged five straight games with at least 115 yards or a touchdown. With head coach Kyle Shanahan saying Deebo Samuel’s hamstring injury” “doesn’t look good” and George Kittle’s status still up in the air, Aiyuk can be a legitimate league-winner. Aiyuk has seen 56 targets over the last five weeks, averaging out […]

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New To Zero Wide Receiver Drafting? Target These Players

Intro to Zero Wide Receiver Drafting I’ll be working on a series this offseason regarding players to target when zero wide receiver drafting. I will update after free agency opens and again after the NFL draft. That being said, it’s never too early to start looking forward. If your redraft league prefers chaos and will […]

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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: the Zero Wide Receiver strategy. […]

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2019 Underperformers to Target In Your 2020 Draft

We’ve all been burned by a top draft pick and more-often-than-not that player will find themselves firmly on our “Do Not Draft” list for the remainder of their career (I’m looking at you, Doug Martin). However, underperformers often don’t live up to the hype strictly because football can be a fluky game. Setting emotion aside, […]

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