Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down dynasty rookie draft strategy on today's show and gives you the two most important things you can do to dominate your dynasty fantasy football drafts. Jeff then goes by position and tells you who he's targeting in the early, middle, and late rounds of his rookie drafts.
Jeff Ratcliffe goes team-by-team and breaks down every single skill position player who was either drafted or signed as an undrafted rookie free agent. He gives his thoughts on team trends, deep names to know, and some initial fantasy rookie rankings.
Jeff Ratcliffe is back to tie a bow on the 2020 NFL Draft with his insights and analysis on the fantasy football impact of the Day 3 picks. Jeff touches on every skill position pick from Rounds 4 to 7 and gives you thoughts on his favorite picks of the day. Jeff wraps things up with a list of players who didn't get drafted and will likely ended up being signed as undrafted rookie free agencts.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down all of the skill position picks from Day 2 of the 2020 NFL Draft and gives you the fantasy football outlook each player selected. Topics include: running back conundrums in Detroit, Indy, and Los Angeles, the Raiders bulking up their skill depth, Ke'Shawn Vaughn screaming up the fantasy rookie draft board, a head-scratcher for the Eagles, tight ends falling like crazy, and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down all of the action from Round 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft and gives you fantasy football insights and projections for all of the skill position players. Topics include, Joe Burrow's numbers looking good in Cincinnati, how many games will Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert start, Jordan Love is the Packers' future, which of the six wideouts is in the best spot for fantasy purposes, and Clyde Edwards-Helaire makes a splash at the end of the first round and moves up fantasy rookie draft boards.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with the fantasy fallout from Rob Gronkowski being traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, including the impact on Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, and what happens with OJ Howard. Jeff then ties a bow on his pre-draft prep work and breaks down his favorite players outside of the biggest names in this year's class.
With the NFL Draft just two days away, Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down his one-and-only 2020 NFL mock draft. Jeff goes pick-by-pick for Round 1 and gives the thought process behind all 32 names on his list. He also discusses some potential trades that could happen in Round 1 along with some alternate picks for some of the teams in the first round.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with some thoughts on the latest from the NFL Draft rumor mill, including the Giants doing their due diligence on Justin Herbert, the 49ers chances of trading one or both of their first-round picks, the Falcons on the hunt for a top-flight corner, Tampa looking to upgrade at running back, Leonard Fournette on the block, and more. Jeff then ties a bow on the pre-draft process with a look at his final pre-draft rookie rankings. He also answers an interesting question about how draft position impacts a player's fantasy outlook.
Jeff Ratcliffe gets right into it today and breaks down a number of prop bets he's eyeing up for the NFL Draft, including where Justin Herbet, Isaiah Simmons, CeeDee Lamb, and Jeffrey Okudah will be drafted. Jeff also gives his thoughts on how many players from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, and Ohio State come off the board in Round 1, along with how many players are drafted at quarterback, running back, and wide out. Jeff wraps up the show with some thoughts on Tua Tagovailoa pick props.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with yet another rant on why we shouldn't believe in David Johnson. He then goes team-by-team and breaks down needs for all 32 NFL teams in the draft. Jeff gives his thoughts on what positions he expects teams to address, what rounds we could see them do so, and which players he expects teams to go after.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's podcast with some thoughts on this year's top wide receiver in the draft, Denzel Mims gaining momentum, could Laviska Shenault bust, and Chase Claypool's NFL position. Jeff also gives some quick remarks on the chance Joe Mixon holds out. He wraps things up with initial 2020 fantasy football projections for the Kansas City Chiefs, Indianapolis Colts, and Philadelphia Eagles. Topics include: KC's elite trio, what to do with Damien Williams, Philip Rivers impact on Indy, TY Hilton on the decline, Marlon Mack's lackluster numbers, Miles Sanders pops, Carson Wentz looking good, and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's podcast with the news that the NFL will conduct virtual OTAs. He then breaks down his thoughts on Christian McCaffrey's record-breaking contract, Jake Fromm drawing positive attention from league coaches, and Jalen Hurts being linked to the Packers and Chargers. Jeff then breaks down initial 2020 fantasy football projections for the Dallas Cowboys, New York Jets, and Detroit Lions. Topics include: why Amari Cooper's numbers come in low, why Le'Veon Bell's numbers come in high, Matthew Stafford and Kenny Golladay looking good, how to value Kerryon Johnson and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with his thoughts on Tyrod Taylor's outlook heading into the NFL Draft and a quick comment on DeAndre Hopkins passing his physical. Jeff then runs through some statistical player comps from his Rookie Fantasy Scouting Report draft guide. He touches on some of the biggest rookie names in this year's class and gives the why behind each comp.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with his thoughts on the trade that sent Brandin Cooks to the Houston Texans and breaks down the fantasy football fallout from this move. He then dives into initial fantasy football projections for the Pittsburgh Steelers and San Francisco 49ers. Topics include: why the numbers aren't bullish on the Steelers' offense, Diontae Johnson poised to break out, James Conner's outlook, which back stands out in the 49ers' offense, why we should pump the brakes on Deebo Samuel's projection, and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with some quick thoughts on why he's not buying the Gerald Everett chatter, Devin Singletary's potential to be a bell cow, and a key question to ask in the Cardinals' backfield. Jeff then breaks down initial fantasy football projections for the Baltimore Ravens, Chicago Bears, and Washington Redskins. Topics include: why regression isn't a bad thing for Lamar Jackson, Mark Ingram's outlook, how to view Marquis Brown, an unfavorable outlook for David Montgomery, Allen Robinson looking good again this year, Terry McLaurin on the rise, is Derrius Guice worth the risk and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with his take on the worst rule in fantasy football. He then dives into initial projections for the Las Vegas Raiders, Miami Dolphins, and Seattle Seahawks. Topics include: Josh Jacobs' 2020 outlook, where Darren Waller ranks among tight ends, cue the Mike Gesicki breakout music, DeVante Parker's numbers look favorable, continued success for Russell Wilson, what to do in the Seattle backfield, and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with some quick thoughts on the news that the Chargers and Rams will be featured on this year's edition of Hard Knocks. Jeff then discusses the rumblings that the Redskins are leaning toward selecting Chase Young with the second pick in this year's draft. He wraps up the show with a look at the initial fantasy football projections for the Chargers, Bengals, and Giants. Topics include: Austin Ekeler looks like he'll pick up right where he left off, Tyrod Taylor's impact on Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, why we shouldn't freak out over Joe Mixon's and Saquon Barkley's projections, why Daniel Jones is an ideal later-round quarterback, and much more.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with the breaking news the the NFL Draft will be conducted entirely virtually in 2020. Jeff then breaks down the initial 2020 fantasy football projections for the Panthers, Rams, and Jags. Topics include: what to expect from Teddy Bridgewater, how to interpret projections for Christian McCaffrey and Jared Goff, expected regression for D.J. Chark, and more.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today with a look at what our initial fantasy football projections have to say about the Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans, and Green Bay Packers. Topics include: disappointing numbers for David Johnson and Will Fuller, Deshaun Watson holding strong, Derrick Henry set to pick up where he left off, why Jeff doesn't quite agree with Ryan Tannehill's numbers, love for Davante Adams and Aaron Jones, Aaron Rodgers backsliding, and more. Jeff then has a little fun at the end of the show with his all-time favorite athletes from all of the major professional sports.
Jeff Ratcliffe dives into projections for the Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos, and New England Patriots. Topics include: Dalvin Cook's numbers pop, why we shouldn't get too carried away with Kirk Cousins' and Adam Thielen's numbers, the touch distribution for Melvin Gordon in the Denver backfield, Courtland Sutton's impressive projections, Noah Fant's appealing ceiling, and the Patriots depressing numbers without Tom Brady.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with some quick thoughts on how we should value Tyrod Taylor if he ends up as the Chargers' starter. He then runs through fantasy football projections for the Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills, and Cleveland Browns. Jeff wraps things up with insights and analysis from his first post-free agency mock draft of 2020.
Jeff Ratcliffe dives right in to all of the news coming out from the NFL today including the league intending on playing a full schedule with playoff expansion happening in 2020, the schedule release being moved back to mid-May, and NFL draft war room provisions. Jeff then dives into the numbers in PFF's 2020 fantasy football projections release. Jeff sheds some light on projections for Kyler Murray and Tom Brady along with giving you some of the top projected performers at each position.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with a quick look at the latest fantasy football news from around the NFL including the Steelers in the market to draft a running back, the Eagles WRs corps outlook in 2020, and Devin Funchess signing with the Packers. Jeff then breaks down some of his favorite NFL Draft prop bets. He wraps things up by discussing his recent research on college dominator rating and breakout age for this year's rookie running backs.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with the news that the NFL still intends to hold the draft from April 23-25. He then discusses the Eagles exercising Zach Ertz's 2021 option, the Bucs in the market for a pass catching back, and no chance of Antonio Brown joining the Bucs. Jeff then breaks down some NFL player comps to characters from the TV show The Office.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off today's show with some quick thoughts on Melvin Gordon being the "bell cow" in Denver. He then gives you his top-5 all time quarterback list. Jeff wraps up the show by breaking down where the rookie running backs land in his 2020 running back rankings and where you should look to pick them in April best ball drafts.