Meet Taylor Cornell

Meet Taylor, or as the team calls him, “Cold T”. Taylor is another one of the circles fantasy football addicts.  Taylor has played in dynasty leagues for several years now and like most of us has continued to slowly add to the number of leagues he is in. Taylor is the team’s Dad next door— nice, baby blues, and 10/10 Dad jokes.

 When he is not spending time with his lovely wife and adorable kids, Taylor loves writing dynasty articles and getting behind the mic to break it down podcasting. Taylor is a by the books quality guy and you will always find him using data to support and formulate his analysis. 

Taylor  has a solo podcast (the Dyno Source, get it, dino-saurs???) that he started at the beginning of quarantine to provide an outlet to talk about something he is extremely passionate about.

You can find Taylor on Twitter @_TaylorCornell putting out tweet threads of data on players, engaging with the FF community, and using only the highest quality gifs.Oh, and Taylor is a life-long  Bengals fan and absolute Burrow stan.

49ers Backfield

Investing in the 49ers Backfield

Whether Mostert is healthy or not, it is reasonable to expect Sermon to contribute as a rookie. If the incumbent starter were to miss any time, Sermon would seemingly see an increase in his workload, making him an intriguing option for fantasy. The potential upside has Sermon drafted as RB34 according to FantasyPros, standing to rise leading up to the season.

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Mike Evans

Mike Evans Fantasy Outlook: 2021 and Beyond

Although Evans notched his seventh consecutive 1,000-yard season, he saw a career-low number of targets and his fewest receptions and yards per game. So can fantasy managers count on Evans to again produce a WR1 fantasy season in 2021, or does the dip in stats last season foreshadow less productive days ahead?

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Antonio Brown

A Wide Receiver Value as Easy as A-B

Over the past two seasons, the Bruce Arians-led Tampa Buccaneers have ranked 3rd and 6th in the NFL in pass attempts. In Tom Brady’s inaugural season, they passed an average of 39 times per game. The volume was consistent throughout the season, as the Buccaneers threw nearly the same amount of passes per game in the first eight games without Antonio Brown (38.6) as they did in the final eight games with Brown (39.6). Additionally, their pass rate of 66.5% in neutral game scripts was the fourth highest in the NFL from Weeks 9-17. With Arians and Brady running it back in an attempt to repeat as champions, everything points toward the Buccaneers attempts to hover around 40 per game again in 2021.

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Rookies in High Scoring Offenses

Moore and Tolbert’s elite production is viewed as discounted as they played against subpar competition. Moore has one of the most impressive production profiles of any wide receiver in the class at Central Western Michigan, but he is viewed as untested. Tolbert put up monster numbers throughout his five years at South Alabama, but he is a redshirt senior who didn’t break out till he was 20.5.

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