Articles by Jim Coventry

A listing of all the articles written by Jim Coventry for the RotoWire Blog.

Falcons- Scheme and Metrics Preview

Scheme and Metrics- we’ll take a look at each of the 32 teams and look at a combination of offensive scheme/philosophy and some player metrics to give us something else to think about when drafting our fantasy squads this summer. In this edition, we’ll look at the Atlanta Falcons.

The Falcons have been a fantasy-friendly offense for a number of years, but there are sure to be some subtle changes in player values this season.

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Scheme and metrics preview- Arizona Cardinals

Scheme and Metrics- we’ll take a look at each of the 32 teams and look at a combination of offensive scheme/philosophy and some player metrics to give us something else to think about when drafting our fantasy squads this summer. In this edition, we’ll look at the Arizona Cardinals.

Deciding whether to buy into or fading the Cardinals offense could be a key to the 2019 fantasy season. Here’s what I’m looking at:

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Super Bowl Preview

Predictions are great, but I hate throwing out a set of scores and calling it a day. For those who have heard me on podcasts in the past, I always prefer that we look at the ‘why’ as being more important than the ‘what’, especially with the randomness of NFL football. So, here’s my analysis of today’s contest between the Patriots and Rams.

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Training Camp Notes

With the regular season kicking off Thursday, this will be the last of this year’s training camp notes, but there’s plenty of news for us to look at today.

• Much to the chagrin of those who recently had a top pick in recent drafts, Le’Veon Bell didn’t show up to practice today, and as Wednesday is typically the traditional first day of practice in a game week, this begins to cast serious doubt as to his Week 1 availability. Furthermore, his agent, hinted that Bell may not sign his franchise tender in short order, so there’s no firm timetable on his return. Those still drafting will need to weigh more risk assessment than usual in terms of when to draft Bell.

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