The negotiations over a new collective bargaining agreement are ongoing, but the biggest change that looks set to happen is the addition of a 17th regular season game, while trimming the preseason to just three.
Alex Michael (@DynastyGuruNFL) is back with his series looking at some of the best rookie sleepers at each position that can help you dominate your fantasy leagues for years to come.
To continue on from the previous article outlining some of the potential running backs you may find available later in your dynasty drafts or as sleepers for your redraft leagues, here is the segment concentrating on Wide Receivers. In your second-round dynasty draft (or mid-round redraft leagues), you can anticipate the likes of Brandon Aiyuk, Levishka Shenault Jr. and Tee Higgins leaving the board in dynasty drafts and at the later stages of your redraft leagues. Thankfully, because of the depth in the 2020WRclassthere are several potential sleepers are very likely to be available in the deeper rounds purely which will hopefully give you some value and contribute to your seasons.
Alex Michael (@DynastyGuruNFL) brings you the first of a series looking at some of the best rookie sleepers at each position that can help you dominate your fantasy leagues for years to come.
This series of articles is looking away from the big names that everyone is talking about inthe run up to your draft and will hopefully give you some food for thought going into Round three and onward of any Dynasty drafts, or maybe as a sleeper in any deep (really deep in some cases) redraft leagues.
In the third of a series of offseason reviews looking at the Colts moves Steve Ovenden (@HappyHappySteve) takes a look at schedule for the 2020 season
It is the time of the year to find out when we are going to see our team play. We are currently living in some unprecedented times and quite expectedly we are having to change the way we do things. Almost all sport has been a victim of these changes, well, apart from one of course. The NFL has been pretty much the exception to the rule so far, carrying on with its off season relatively normally. It is the intention for football to go ahead as planned. As this is the case, it is time to look at what the season has in store. In this case, let us look at the Indianapolis Colts 2020 schedule.
In the second of a series of offseason reviews looking at the Colts moves Steve Ovenden (@HappyHappySteve) takes a look at the NFL Draft
After a solid performance with Free Agency, the Colts turned their attention to the Draft. With nine picks, there was plenty to work with to improve the team even further. A vital element this year was to address the depth at skill positions and address this problem they did. The first four picks consisted of a Wide Receiver, Running Back, Quarterback and a Safety. A great show of intent by the Colts to prove they are looking to improve now and safeguard their future.
In the first of a series of offseason reviews looking at the Colts moves Steve Ovenden (@HappyHappySteve) takes a look at Free Agency
After a disappointing second half of the season, the Indianapolis Colts needed to address some needs in the off season. A season without a first-string Quarterback, a mass of injuries and a lack of strength in the depth of the squad, having a good Free Agency and Draft were especially important this year. So how have the Colts done so far? Let us take a look.
Ross Waddell (@RossWaddell92) takes a look at the importance of the back up quarterback position following Andy Dalton’s signing with the Cowboys.
I woke up early on Sunday morning to the news that Dallas had signed former Bengals QB, Andy Dalton to a one year deal worth up to $7m. Instantly, I read a number of takes ranging from this being another excellent move in a promising offseason to this move indicating a reluctant admission that the Cowboys may need to move on from current starter Dak Prescott should be be unwilling to sign a long term extension with America’s Team.
According to draft experts, the initial indications are that the Cowboys have secured a top 10 2020 draft class. So what have they added? Ross Waddell (@RossWaddell92) takes a look.
The NFL draft brings new hope and new stories to the NFL. It’s a time when the vast majority of fans begin to forget the traumas of the previous season and are filled with optimism that this year might finally be their year.
The Dallas Cowboys have come out of the draft with a highly rated rookie pool headlined by first round pick WR CeeDee Lamb and second round CB Trevon Diggs.
In a strong wide receiver class, they added a universally regarded top three wide out in Oklahoma star CeeDee Lamb to add to the new $100m man, Amari Cooper, and ascending third year wideout, Michael Gallup, who arguably still went under the radar on the national level despite a breakout sophomore season recording over 1,100 yards despite missing two games due to injury in the early portion of the season. By owner Jerry Jones’ own admission, they never expected the Oklahoma wide receiver to be available at pick #17 and the Cowboys had been, realistically, focusing their attention on LSU DE K’Lavon Chaisson, a talented but raw pass rusher, and corners AJ Terrell and, at one time, CJ Henderson.
Josh Capps look back at the weekend’s draft and gives us three winners and three losers.
Let us know how you think your team did and what you would have done differently.
It is hard to think the Ravens needed many additions after a 14-win season, but the Ravens did what the Ravens do best, and loaded Lamar Jackson’s offence with even more weapons. The running back J.K Dobbins will pair up with Ingram, and the addition of two wide receivers in Duvernay and Proche will give further options to Lamar when he decides to look downfield. Some very smart picks that should see Baltimore in the hunt again.
So the first round is in the books, and Ash Till is back with a second round mock draft. Will we see a quarterback go in round two? Just when will the likes of Xavier McKinney and AJ Epenesa come off the board? It is all here.