Making The Case

Making The Case

Making the Case Not to Draft Aaron Jones

The 2020 NFL season is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to get ready for fantasy football. Every year fantasy owners select players that either hit or turn into a bust. In this article, I will explain why fantasy owners should avoid Green Bay Packers’ running back Aaron Jones.

Making the Case to Draft Blake Jarwin

We are just over two weeks away from the start of the 2020 NFL season, and fantasy football drafts are starting to take place. Every year fantasy owners select players that either hit or turn into a bust. In this article, I will explain why you should target Dallas Cowboys’ tight end Blake Jarwin.

Making the Case Not to Draft Amari Cooper

In the fantasy community, there are some players that half of the community loves, while the other half doesn’t think they’re worth the talk they receive. The biggest name in that situation is Dallas Cowboys’ wide receiver, Amari Cooper.

Making the Case to Draft Preston Williams

Andersen Pickard explains why fantasy owners should draft Dolphins second-year wide receiver Preston Williams this year.

Making the Case to Draft Marvin Jones

Sometimes in fantasy football, the most obvious tips are often not taken. Instead of going for a high-floor player, players chase options with high-upside that could potentially wreck their week. The most consistent players in fantasy football are often overlooked and don’t get appreciated as much as they should. Marvin Jones is the perfect example of this.

Making the Case to Draft Hayden Hurst

Every year there seem to be a few tight ends that have a breakout season. In 2018 it was George Kittle and last year it was Mark Andrews and Darren Waller. This year there is a couple of intriguing options but one seems to rise above the rest that has the highest ceiling. Hayden Hurst was shipped from Baltimore to Atlanta during the offseason and will be the topic of conversation today. He is currently the 110th player off the board as the TE13.

Making the Case to Not Draft D’Andre Swift

The 2020 NFL Draft featured a plethora of intriguing options at the running back position and even included a first-round selection. Unfortunately for this year though, most of those running backs are being featured in a committee instead of being labeled as the bell-cow back.

Making the Case to Not Draft Robert Woods

Fantasy football drafts are heating up right now as the NFL season is now less than three weeks away. There is a deep class of wide receivers to consider, but Robert Woods of the Los Angeles Rams shouldn’t be on your draft board.

Making the Case Not to Draft Jonathan Taylor

Mason Thompson explains why you should avoid selecting Colts running back Jonathan Taylor in your upcoming fantasy football draft.

Making the Case to Draft Jack Doyle

The 2020 NFL season is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to get ready for fantasy football. Every year fantasy owners select players that either hit or turn into a bust. In this article, I will explain why fantasy owners should target Indianapolis Colts’ tight end Jack Doyle.