2018 Redraft RB Rankings

To quote Anakin Skywalker, this is where the fun begins. While QB rankings are fine and dandy, the fantasy community cares most about the running backs. My rankings are obviously subject to change and I even feel as if some people should already be moving up or down. However, I feel comfortable enough where everyone […]

Projecting Rookie QB Playing Time

One of my favorite aspects of Fantasy Football is speculation. This past April, 13 quarterbacks were drafted in the NFL Draft. Anywhere from 5 to 7 of them have a legitimate chance to see snaps as a starter in 2018. The question is, “Are they worth a stash in redraft leagues?” Using a formula of […]

Devy Targets: 2019 Draft Class #1-4

Draft day has come and gone.  Draft season however, never ends.  Time to get on board for next year.  Before the season gets started, before lineups need to be set, before trades need to be made, before championships need to be won, it is time to do your homework on next year’s possible rookies.  Oh, […]

3 Reasons to Pump the Brakes on David Johnson

David Johnson, the former number 1 RB in fantasy? David Johnson, the dual threat dynamo? David Johnson, the man who wants 1000/1000? David Johnson, the man you shouldn’t take in the top 3 of redraft leagues? Yeah, that David Yan-Son (Think an over-exaggerated Boston accent) I’m a believer that in those first 3 picks there […]

2018 Redraft Quarterback Rankings

As we inch closer to the start of the 2018 NFL season, we start to solidify our feelings on certain players. Who belongs where in the rankings has been thought about since early March and it is now time to set it in stone. This year, my QB rankings are reflected in tiers. There are […]

Mock Draft Series 5

This is the 5th article in the Mock Draft Series; where Top2Sports teams up with fantasy experts from across the community to participate in, and break down mock drafts. This draft is PPR, Dynasty, and Superflex. A link of the draft is below, followed by an explanation of highlighted picks, in the authors words-not mine. […]