Derrik Klassen of Football Outsiders joins Scott Spratt to draft the first round of a dynasty rookie draft prior to next week's NFL draft. (Click for audio link)
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Scott Spratt is joined by Mike Clay of ESPN to recap the major moves in free agency and their fantasy implications. (Click for audio link)
Our look at the most injured units of the past season includes coverage of Giants running backs, Eagles offensive linemen, 49ers defensive linemen, and Browns defensive backs.
Thanks to COVID, the NFL saw a record number of games lost due to injury ... but if you set COVID aside, all other injuries were at an eight-year low. And in the end, the league's healthiest team won the Super Bowl. Scott Spratt shows how injuries and illness affected the Patriots, the Buccaneers, and the league's 30 other teams.
As the world saw in the NFC Championship Game, the Green Bay Packers might have won the Super Bowl with better cornerback play. Elsewhere, the Lions need wide receivers, the Bears need offensive linemen, and the Vikings need defensive help up front.
As you might imagine, the rosters in the league's worst division have holes all over the place. High on the long list of weaknesses are the Giants' pass rush and the Cowboys' and Eagles' offensive lines. And if you can throw or catch a football, you should send your resume to Ashburn, Virginia.
Will Tom Brady throw an interception? Should you bet on Travis Kelce or Tyreek Hill? Which team's running backs have the edge? Scott Spratt looks at those questions and more in the season's final Start and Sit.
Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers will be just the second pair of quarterbacks with multiple MVP awards each to meet in the conference championship round of the playoffs -- but it's the other 94 players and their coaches who may determine who wins.
Scott Spratt details his favorite DFS plays for the NFC and AFC Championship games such as Josh Allen, Tom Brady, Cole Beasley, Chris Godwin, Leonard Fournette, and Robert Tonyan. (Click for audio link)
Daily fantasy players will need to be careful on championship weekends with cold weather expected in both Green Bay and Kansas City. With passing games dampened, Tampa Bay running backs Leonard Fournette and Ronald Jones may be your best values.