Down to the final five polls we go as we have now covered 99 players in total. This one is a bit of a curve ball as we pit rookie Charger Melvin Gordon against perennial elite backs Matt Forte and Arian Foster. You won’t find any ADP list or magazine that has Gordon over these two, but you have to pay play. Can Gordon take these two down? Or who will win between vets Forte and Foster? With those aging war horse running backs avoid any cliffs and drops offs for one more season?
We are examining some high-end receivers in this one with the great Calvin Johnson who will need to beat not one, but two Green Packers to win this one. Calvin is the favorite based on average draft position, but he is no lock that would seem for sure. For starters, Calvin was easily third of these receivers as Jordy Nelson had 327.9 fantasy points (WR3), Randall Cobb had 297.5 fantasy points (WR7) and then Calvin with 226.7 (WR17).
A DFW panel consisting of Mike Cagna, Dan Heins, Alan Satterlee, Bryan Sweet, Jamie Will and Matt Young hashed out four rounds the other day sitting in the DFW War Room and sipping on gin and juice -- each DFW expert taking two teams in the draft: Mike had the 1.01 and 1.07 slots, Matt had the 1.02 and 1.08 slots, Dan had the 1.03 and 1.09 slots, Jamie had the 1.04 and 1.10 slots, Bryan had the 1.05 and 1.11 slots, Alan had the 1.06 and 1.12 slots. Check out the results!
Speed Bump 24: Justin Forsett vs. the Saints RBs // DFW / REDRAFT 2015 SERIES Today we tackle three running backs but ...
Speed Bump 23: Hilton v. Hopkins v. Jeffery // DFW / REDRAFT 2015 SERIES Chances are you will not get far into ...
DFW's Matt Young is back with another in the 2015 TRADING SPACES series -- what will Brandon Marshall do as he dons his 4th NFL uniform catching passes from Geno Smith?
DFW is proud to release the final 2015 edition of The Warehouse 2015 NFL Rookie Fantasy Football Guide: 122 players, 126 pages, 52,012 words and 100+ hours of research and analysis boiled down for your NFL draft day enjoyment, with a ton of information and analysis distilled for dynasty rookie and 2015 redraft domination. The guide includes: key notes for every player on their background, main statistics, strengths and weaknesses, and a synopsis of their Combine performance, their draft location (or location if signed as a free agent) with 2015 Outlook - all sorted by our dynasty rank order.
There are some who think Graham will be hard-pressed to produce anywhere near similar numbers now in Seattle, and some who think Travis Kelce is a bigger break-out still in 2015. If you like both of those then this is an easy poll for you! After Rob Gronkowski with a 2.04 ADP, Jimmy Graham is TE2 at 3.06 on average and Travis Kelce is TE3 at 5.07 on average.
After nine season with the Panthers, DeAngelo Williams will be suiting up in a new uniform for the first time in his NFL career. Jon Ellis breaks down the fantasy impact of Williams' signing in Pittsburgh.
We kick off the final ten 2015 Speed Bumps with a six-pack of running backs, and with the six options the odds of getting all 21 polls correct (randomly guessing) now cracks one in a trillion, at 1 in 1,834,588,569,500.