The term "slot receiver" used to be effective as a catch-all term for interior targets, but no longer. Scott Spratt breaks down slot receivers into five categories and explains which you should shoot for and which you should avoid in your fantasy drafts.
The Seahawks and Chiefs use their top slot receivers in very different ways. Scott Spratt looks at what separates a slot receiver from a more typical wideout and finds the differences are often painted in shades of grey.
Fantasy expert Scott Spratt explains why the Cardinals, Chargers, and Lions freshmen may have higher fantasy ceilings than you realize.
Green Bay's quarterback rebounded back to MVP form last season after a couple of down years—at least, that's what the raw numbers would have you believe. Scott Spratt breaks down the play and finds that Rodgers' performance wasn't overly dramatic after all.
Does Stefon Diggs' departure to Buffalo automatically make Minnesota's Justin Jefferson this year's top rookie wideout in fantasy football? Scott Spratt goes case-by-case to see which freshman is likely to have the best year in 2020.
Scott Spratt looks at home/road and depth of target splits for the Cincinnati wideout and other players and tells you who's most likely to be undervalued in daily fantasy leagues.
Christian McCaffrey started to become a dominant fantasy weapon after he put on weight. Scott Spratt looks at the size of the league's best fantasy running backs and finds that bigger is often better.
New England's Stephon Gilmore and Buffalo's Tre'Davious White were the driving forces behind their teams' defensive success in 2019, but no shutdown corner can cover every receiver on the field. Scott Spratt explores the fantasy impact of dominant cornerbacks and how some matchups are better than others.
Green Bay's Aaron Jones burned Carolina for 93 yards and three touchdowns on only 13 carries in Week 10 last season, one of many running backs to have big fantasy performances against the Panthers. Scott Spratt explains how a better offense in Carolina this fall might lead to fewer standout games by opposing runners.
Brandin Cooks and T.Y. Hilton seem to be as inconsistent from one year to the next as they can be from one game to the next. But the deep passing tendencies of their quarterbacks in their careers offer a different explanation and one that would bode well for their chances to rebound in 2020.