Jeff Ratcliffe still has not update on Ezekiel Elliott, but he does get you caught up on the rest of the fantasy football news from around the NFL including Ameer Abdullah's workload, Branden Albert retiring, Kyle Shanahan warming up to Carlos Hyde, a reason to downgrade Doug Martin, a reason to upgraded Jacquizz Rodgers, and injury updates on Andrew Luck, Jay Ajayi, Eric Ebron, Tyler Lockett, and Mike Williams. Jeff answers a #RatPack question on draft strategy in 2QB/superflex leagues on when you should start drafting quarterbacks. He also breaks down some of his favorite late-round values based on the most recent ADP data.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down all of the recent fantasy football news out of NFL training camp including the potential big plans the Panthers have for Christian McCaffrey, Le'Veon Bell's no-show in Steelers camp, more DeVante Parker hype, Sammy Watkins practicing, and injuries to Jordan Reed and Joe Flacco. Jeff answers a Twitter #RatPack question about keeper value. He also breaks down the running back handcuff situations for all 32 NFL teams.
Jeff Ratcliffe gives the low-down on Kenneth Dixon's season-ending knee surgery and breaks down the fantasy football impact on Danny Woodhead and Terrance West. Jeff also discusses a trimmed down Cam Newton's, Theo Riddick's work in the red zone, and Ty Montgomery's summer workout regimen. Jeff then answers a #RatPack question on the preseason, and unveils his brand new keeper value chart. Jeff wraps things up with a look at the rookie sleepers who have the best shot of emerging on the redraft fantasy radar in 2017.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off this edition of the PFF Fantasy Podcast with an update on the Ezekiel Elliott situation and discusses the idea of replacement value if Elliott ends up missing time. Jeff then checks in on the latest fantasy football news from around the NFL, including Andrew Luck landing on the active/PUP, Eddie Lacy projected as a starter, Duke Johnson moving to the slot, and Rob Kelley's training camp battle with Samaje Perine. Jeff answers a mailbag question on QB draft strategy in leagues with big-play bonuses, and breaks down his keeper league strategies.
Jeff Ratcliffe checks in on the recent fantasy football news from around the NFL, including the most recent news on Ezekiel Elliott's situation, how Mike Williams' back injury affects Tyrell Williams' fantasy stock, what we can expect from Keenan Allen this year, the impact of Chris Johnson's signing with Arizona (SPOILER: there isn't any impact), Carson Palmer's arm, and the outlook for the Packers backfield with Ty Montgomery and Jamaal Williams. Jeff digs into the mailbag to answer why he's down on Lamar Miller. He also breaks down the best and worst offensive lines in terms of creating yards before contact for their running backs.
Jeff Ratcliffe talks fantasy football PPR draft strategy and unveils his list of running backs and wide receivers to upgrade and downgrade in leagues that award a point per reception. Jeff also celebrates the opening of NFL training camp with one last look at puff piece news stories from around the league, including Austin Hooper training with Matt Ryan, Breshad Perriman's productive offseason, and Devontae Booker's 2017 outlook. Additionally, Jeff talks best-ball strategy and has some bad news for Jeff Janis truthers.
Jeff Ratcliffe checks in on the recent news from around the NFL and gives his thoughts on Ezekiel Elliott's murky situation, the chances David Johnson will see 30 touches per game, and the recent suspension news for Michael Floyd. Jeff also breaks down his lists of overvalued and undervalued players based on the most recent fantasy football ADP data. Topics include: why Aaron Rodgers is great but isn't worth picking in the second round, why you should beware of Terrelle Pryor at his current ADP, why Eddie Lacy could be a pleasant surprise, three quarterbacks to draft at a value, and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe checks in on the recent news from around the league, including praise for Joe Mixon from Marvin Lewis, the impact of the new coaching staff on the Bills run game, why fantasy players shouldn't be too excited about the Colts backfield, and Seth DeValve's impact on David Njoku's 2017 fantasy football value. Two-a-Days wraps up with a look at the Los Angeles Chargers and Oakland Raiders depth charts. Jeff also looks at the battle at each position and gives you his picks for the favorite to lead in fantasy scoring along with some dark horse candidates to keep an eye on.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down his list of 2017 fantasy football post-hype sleepers who are likely to improve from disappointing performances last season. Players include Todd Gurley, DeAndre Hopkins, Allen Robinson, Cam Newton, and more. Jeff also questions Adrian Peterson's current ADP, checks in on Carlos Hyde and the 49ers backfield, and discusses the Denver passing outlook under new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy. Two-a-Days continues with a look at the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs depth charts.
Jeff Ratcliffe checks in on the latest fantasy football news from around the NFL Topics include whether Leonard Fournette can be a 3-down running back, Todd Gurley's outlook in the new Rams offense under Sean McVay, and no news is bad news for Andrew Luck. Two-a-Days continue with a look at the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers depth charts. Jeff also takes a look back to the 2017 free agency class and discusses the fantasy outlooks of all of the faces in new places including Marshawn Lynch, Eddie Lacy, LeGarrette Blount, Adrian Peterson, Alshon Jeffery, Brandin Cooks, Terrelle Pryor, Eric Decker, Jeremy Maclin, DeSean Jackson, Martellus Bennett and many more.
Jeff Ratcliffe gives his fantasy football busts for the 2017 NFL season, highlighting eight players who aren't likely to return value at their current ADPs. Jeff discusses the touch distribution between Christian McCaffrey and Jonathan Stewart in the Panthers' backfield, and between Joe Mixon and Jeremy Hill in the Bengals' backfield. Two-a-Days continues with a look at the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams depth charts. Jeff also looks to a recent mock draft to ponder whether Zero-RB can work in 2017 fantasy drafts.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down his fantasy football sleepers and breakouts for the 2017 NFL season and tells you who to highlight on your draft board in the middle and late rounds. He continues Two-A-Days with a look at the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans depth charts. Jeff also checks in on Mike Gillislee's rising ADP, discusses Amari Cooper's offseason work, and gives his thoughts on why Adrian Peterson is being over-drafted.
Jeff Ratcliffe dives in to all of the recent fantasy football news from around the NFL including an update on Ezekiel Elliott's off-field issues, Dalvin Cook's potential as the lead back in Minnesota, and an update on the Philadelphia Eagles backfield. Two-a-Days continues with a look at the Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts backfields. Jeff also dips into the mailbag and answers a question on how strategy changes in six-point passing TD leagues and tells you three things you can do to become a better fantasy football player in 2017.