Jeff Ratcliffe gets you prepped for 2017 fantasy football season with insights and analysis on how to attack all four offensive skill positions in your draft. In this episode, Jeff breaks down draft strategy at wide receiver. Topics include: the Big 5 wide receivers, players to target in the early rounds after the Big 5 come off the board, what to do with DeAndre Hopkins and Allen Robinson, breakout candidates, rookies to know, and late-round fliers.
Jeff Ratcliffe gets you prepped for 2017 fantasy football season with insights and analysis on how to attack all four offensive skill positions in your draft. In this episode, Jeff breaks down draft strategy at running back. Topics include: the Big 3 running backs of David Johnson, Le'Veon Bell, and Ezekiel Elliot, early-round running back targets after the Big 3 come off the board, middle-round breakout candidates, rookie names to know, and late-round fliers.
Jeff Ratcliffe gets you prepped for 2017 fantasy football season with insights and analysis on how to attack all four offensive skill positions in your draft. In this episode, Jeff breaks down draft strategy at quarterback and tight end. Quarterback topics include: why you don't need an elite quarterback to win your league, middle- and late-round quarterback targets, overvalued quarterbacks, and super-deep and 2QB options. At tight end, Jeff discusses which of the top 4 tight ends he's targeting, middle- and late-round options, and which rookies you need to know for your re-draft fantasy football league.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down the stat that can be your fantasy football secret weapon in evaluating running backs - yards after contact per attempt - and highlights players who were very effective in this metric, including Le'Veon Bell, Jay Ajayi, Mark Ingram, and Isaiah Crowell. Jeff also discusses the potential touch distribution in the Seattle backfield between Eddie Lacy and Thomas Rawls, the impact of more 3-wide sets in Baltimore on Breshad Perriman, and why those in re-draft leagues should pump the breaks on ArDarius Stewart. Two-a-Days also continues with a look at the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers depth charts.
Jeff Ratcliffe checks in on the recent fantasy football news from around the NFL including Eric Decker's fantasy prospects after he signed with the Tennessee Titans, why Jeremy Maclin may have struggled last season, Kelvin Benjamin's recent weight loss, and Laquon Treadwell's outlook as the Minnesota Vikings' No. 3 receiver. Two-a-Days continue with a look at the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers depth charts. Jeff also plays a game of "would you rather" where he tells you which player he'd draft from a pair of similarly-priced guys. Player pairs include Mike Evans or A.J. Green, Todd Gurley or Jay Ajayi, Marshawn Lynch or Lamar Miller, Isaiah Crowell or Christian McCaffrey, Golden Tate or Julian Edelman, Kirk Cousins or Ben Roethlisberger, Jeremy Maclin or Eric Decker, and Jamaal Williams or Joe Williams.
Jeff Ratcliffe takes a look at some of the biggest movers and shakers, both positive and negative, in fantasy football average draft position (ADP) including Marshawn Lynch, LeGarrette Blount, Austin Hooper, Carlos Hyde, Jeremy Hill, Mike Williams, and Rob Kelley. Jeff also discusses whether Ezekiel Elliott could see more targets this year, checks in on Kevin White's progress, and pours one out for Christine Michael. Two-a-Days continue as well with a look at the Browns and Steelers depth charts.
Jeff Ratcliffe gets you caught up on all of the latest from NFL mini-camps, including how fantasy players should value Jeremy Maclin, bad news for Giovani Bernard that could mean good news for Joe Mixon, Devante Parker's 2017 outlook, Corey Davis getting back on the field, and positive reviews for Donnel Pumphrey. Two-a-Days continue with a look at the Ravens and Bengals depth charts. Jeff also gives the low-down on a new set of stats he's working on called "expected production."
Jeff Ratcliffe gets you caught up on the news from around the NFL, including why fantasy players should temper their expectations for O.J. Howard and Ameer Adbullah in 2017, and an update on Tyler Lockett's status. Two-a-Days continues with a look at the Packers and Vikings depth charts. Jeff also breaks down 10 players who don't have exciting fantasy outlooks this season with some surprising names on the list.
Jeff Ratcliffe takes a look at some of the biggest stories from around the NFL including the Falcons' desire to get Julio Jones more work in the red zone, coaching praise for Kareem Hunt and Paul Perkins, an Eric Decker/Jeremy Maclin update, and what fantasy players should expect for Randall Cobb. Jeff continues Two-a-Days with a look the Lions and Bears depth charts. He also takes a peek into the PFF Family and Friends league rookie draft and breaks down the importance of running back age for re-draft fantasy football leagues.
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Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down the latest news from around the NFL including the fantasy fallout from the recent Eric Decker news, when we can expect Mike Williams to take the field, another "Blake Bortles is improving" quote, and Joe Mixon's offseason plans. Jeff continues Two-a-Days with a look at the Patriots and Jets depth charts, and wraps things up with a game of Projections Over/Under where he says whether he takes the over or under for our site projections for Jameis Winston, DeMarco Murray, Todd Gurley, Lamar Miller, Jordy Nelson, Willie Snead, Terrelle Pryor, Brandon Marshall, and David Njoku.
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Jeff Ratcliffe checks in on the news from around the NFL, including how Jeremy Maclin's surprise release from the Chiefs impacts Tyreek Hill, the impact of Josh Norman shadowing, and a potential career-ending injury for Dennis Pitta. Two-a-Days continues with a look at the Bills' and Dolphins' depth charts. Jeff also breaks down his fantasy football draft strategy for deep league drafts and discusses the modifications he makes from his approach in regular-sized leagues.
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Jeff Ratcliffe has Scott Barrett on the show to talk about Todd Gurley's first two seasons in the NFL and his future fantasy prospects along with breaking down Scott's recent work on wide receiver efficiency. Jeff also discusses the impact of injuries to Cameron Meredith and Corey Coleman, why Rob Kelley's weight loss doesn't change his take on Samaje Perine, and why fantasy players shouldn't care about Christine Michael signing with the Colts. Two-a-days also continue with a look at the Eagles and Redskins depth charts.