Why Clyde Edwards-Helaire Will Become the Greatest RB in Chief’s History and a Fantasy Football Legend

20 Lamborghinis, 233 houses in LA, 63 thousand pairs of Balenciagas, 18 million bags of nacho cheese Doritos, and enough money left for your great great great grandkids to retire comfortably. Patrick Mahomes is now the richest ever football player and the best QB of all time. Why is this important? Because this article discussesContinue reading “Why Clyde Edwards-Helaire Will Become the Greatest RB in Chief’s History and a Fantasy Football Legend”

Joe Mixon Could Be This Year’s RB 1 and No One Is Talking About It

Joe Mixon is probably the unluckiest running back in the league. Mixon has to play for one of the worst offences (26), worst offensive lines (26), and worst QBs (32), and he doesn’t even get targeted like an elite fantasy back does. The Bengal’s runner checks off all the red boxes to be a fantasyContinue reading “Joe Mixon Could Be This Year’s RB 1 and No One Is Talking About It”

Ekeler vs Jacobs: Situations, Projections, and Who’s the Better Pick

Intro Ekeler and Jacobs are two sides of the same coin. One is a three-down semi-workhouse without much rushing volume that often plays in the slot; the other a lock for 285 carries and eight rushing touchdowns, but with little receiving upside. This article breaks down both of their situations and will attempt to seeContinue reading “Ekeler vs Jacobs: Situations, Projections, and Who’s the Better Pick”

Why Miles Sanders is a Fantasy Beast

History Of Doug Pederson Backs Ryan Matthews, Legarrete Blount, Josh Adams, these backs have one thing in common; they were never fantasy-relevant under Doug Pederson. The lead back in the coach’s famous committee approach never crossed 161 touches – until now. Miles Sanders will break tradition and cement himself as the 300 touch workhorse inContinue reading “Why Miles Sanders is a Fantasy Beast”