Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down the fantasy football impact of the Kansas City Chiefs trading Alex Smith to the Washington Redskins. Jeff discusses what to expect from Patrick Mahomes and how he'll affect Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce, gives some thoughts on Kirk Cousins, breaks down Alex Smith's fantasy production as a pro, and talks about Josh Doctson's fantasy outlook with Smith. Jeff then gives his initial top 5 rookie quarterbacks for fantasy purposes along with thoughts about each player and their long-term fantasy prospects.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down his thoughts on the Senior Bowl performances of note, including Baker Mayfield, Josh Allen, Nate White, Rashaad Penny, Kalen Ballage, D.J. Clark, and Michael Gallup. He then plays a game of "What does it all mean" and breaks down audio clips from Pat Shurmur, Ben Roethlisberger, and Steve Wilks. Jeff wraps things up with a look at how some of the player prop bet numbers compare to PFF projections for the Super Bowl.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down the fantasy impact of the latest coaching hires in the NFL and gives his thoughts on the relaunch of the XFL. He then discusses the Conference Championships and what lies ahead for the Jags and Vikings in the offseason along with some initial thoughts on the Super Bowl. Jeff wraps things up with an in-depth look at running back carries inside the red zone and inside the 5-yard line and how these carries impact fantasy production.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down all of the fantasy football angles for the Conference Championship round of the NFL playoffs with thoughts on DFS and one-and-done leagues. Topics include: which quarterback should you use in DFS, what happens if Tom Brady doesn't play, Stefon Diggs or Adam Thielen (or both), can we trust Alshon Jeffery against Xavier Rhodes, and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe checks in on all of the latest news from around the NFL, including the Steelers opting to not bring back Todd Haley and the Seahawks hiring of Brian Schottenheimer at offensive coordinator. Jeff then gives his initial thoughts on the Conference Championship, breaking down the Vegas lines and outlining his potential strategy for one-and-dones. Jeff then dives into his recent research into quarterback end zone throws. He breaks down the top performers in this stat over the last decade, discusses the leaders among quarterbacks in 2017, and uses this information to project fantasy value for next season.
Boom Fantasy deposit bonus link - https://boomfantasy.
Jeff Ratcliffe recaps an entertaining Division Round of the NFL playoffs with thoughts on how to approach the Conference Championships in fantasy. He also discusses the fallout from Mike Mularkey and the Titans parting ways. Jeff wraps up the show with 10 players whose fantasy numbers did not match their PFF grades this season, and what this means for their fantasy stock in 2018.
Boom Fantasy signup link: https://boomfantasy.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs and gives his thoughts on the best options in DFS and one-and-done leagues. Topics include: Matt Ryan's outlook against Philly, what to expect from Derrick Henry following his Wild Card breakout, should we use Tom Brady this week, which Patriots running back is the best DFS play, will Ben Roethlisberger struggle again against the Jags, who to use from the Vikings and Saints contest, and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe takes a detailed look at red zone and end zone target data among receivers in the 2017 NFL regular season and points out players due for regression. Jeff also talks about the recent head coach hires of Jon Gruden and Matt Nagy and gives some initial fantasy thoughts on the Vegas lines for the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.
Jeff Ratcliffe gets the 2018 fantasy football season started with a detailed look at his first batch of rankings. Topics include: how to value Andrew Luck, the arrow is pointing up for Deshaun Watson and Carson Wentz, let the Jimmy Garoppolo hype begin, the argument for the No. 1 running back, don't forget about Dalvin Cook, C.J. Anderson's surprising 2017 stats, looking back at 2017 wide receiver ADP, where should Allen Robinson be ranked, tons of depth at wide receiver, tight end continues to be brutal, and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe previews the Wild Card Round of the NFL playoffs with thoughts on DFS and one-and-done leagues. Topics include: will Alex Smith keep up his productive ways, can we trust Marcus Mariota and Tyrod Taylor in DFS, Julio Jones' fantasy prospects against the Rams, should we pay up for Todd Gurley in DFS, Leonard Fournette's great matchup, Drew Brees' 2017 season in perspective, Cam Newton's fantasy ceiling and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe gets you set for your NFL playoffs fantasy football league drafts with a look at his rankings and strategy. Jeff discusses how to projected playoffs winners to build a draft board and breaks down his rankings for each position along with a detailed look at how to attack your draft and build a league-winning team. Jeff also recaps the NFL coaching landscape with a look at who got fired, who is staying put, and the potential fantasy implications of these moves.