Trevor Lawrence may be a rookie but his upside is substantial and his starting role is all but assured, leading the writer to select Lawrence as his QB2 in the third round.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down his strategy for a best-ball tournament, building a team around Alvin Kamara, Michael Thomas and a couple other Saints.
Jerry Donabedian dives into 2021 NFL best ball, picking 12th in his first draft of the year. With running backs flying off the board in the early rounds, there was value to be had at QB and WR.
Jerry Donabedian breaks downs his results from 40 best-ball drafts, showing no regret for his allegiance to Duke Johnson and James Washington.
With six-point passing touchdowns and a different ADP economy in its 35-round format, it makes sense to pay up more for quarterbacks in NFFC's $150 Best Ball Championship.
Fantasy owners tend to disregard Devin Funchess, but he has a long history of drawing targets at a rate higher than almost all other late-round WR options.
With 0.5 PPR scoring decreasing the utility of receptions, a touchdown machine like Mark Andrews might be underpriced in Yahoo! Best Ball.
NFL signings and trades will continue for the indefinite future, but enough has happened this week to anticipate a handful of major ADP shifts in Best Ball markets.
DK Metcalf is a dominant talent with endless real-life upside for the Seahawks, but the design of the Seattle offense makes him risky in the early fifth round.
With a second-round RFA tender placed Blake Jarwin is an obvious breakout candidate and a buy-in-bulk target at his recent TE19 price in BestBall10 drafts.
James Conner was a disappointing first-round pick for his 2019 owners, but there's no good reason for him to fall into the late fourth round of 2020 best ball drafts.
Jonathan Taylor was among the most impressive athletes at the combine, yet undue skepticism in NFL media might keep his price manageable.
Jerry Donabedian loads up on Patriots players in a February best ball draft, hoping Tom Brady will stick in New England for another season.
Jerry Donabedian breaks down his strategy for best ball tournaments, with an emphasis on stacking quarterbacks and pass catchers from the same NFL team.
Rashaad Penny's ADP is falling as Chris Carson's rises, but it opens a buying opportunity for the former since Carson's gains are through the passing game rather than at Penny's expense.
The author looks at his share percentages for various players in DRAFT's best ball tournament, where he's happy to have plenty of Nick Chubb but wishes he had more of the Cleveland passing game.
With the Seahawks looking to get Chris Carson more involved in the passing game, the Seattle runner potentially offers unique upside even at an escalating cost.
DRAFT recently introduced its NFL Mega Best Ball Tourney, which raises the stakes at five times the buy-in for the original tourney. This article breaks down the selection process of a team picked Tuesday.
John Ross' injury troubles are disturbing for fantasy investors, but he at least offers upside in a round where none of the other receivers offer any floor anyway.
This article looks at five players with surging prices on DRAFT, including second-year Green Bay breakout candidate Marquez Valdes-Scantling, who's on the verge of breaching the first 90 picks in the ADP.
There's no meaningful distinction between projections of Davante Adams, Michael Thomas, Julio Jones, and Juju Smith-Schuster, yet the first three often go more than a half round earlier than the Steelers star.
With Roger Goodell once again investigating Ezekiel Elliott, best ball drafters have taken an increased interest in Christian McCaffrey and Alvin Kamara in the first three picks.
Rashaad Penny's ADP rose throughout the spring, but he's still an excellent pick in the sixth or seventh round. Per usual, best ball provides some lessons that can be applied to any fantasy format.
This article talks targets and strategy for DRAFT's $3.5 million, 165,888-entry best ball tournament, where Todd Gurley is a valuable asset as his price tag falls toward the turn of the first round.
Ronald Jones was a remarkable bust in his rookie year, but his value is on the rise after the Buccaneers declined to draft any running backs.
Eighth overall selection T.J. Hockenson projects well for the long term, but in re-draft formats he carries a razor-thin margin of error at his post-draft acquisition cost.
The markets will eventually catch on, but for now Latavius Murray is an obvious best ball target after switching from Dalvin Cook's backup in Minnesota to Mark Ingram's replacement in New Orleans.
Derek Carr might not be a good quarterback, but it's easy to argue that he's a bargain with upside at his current best ball ADP now that he's throwing to Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams.
As Kelce, Ertz, and Kittle raise the bar at TE, it drags along lesser, risky tight ends like Eric Ebron into an inflated price range.
In an examination of high-upside tournament targets for best ball, Tevin Coleman presents top-five RB potential in the event of a Freeman absence.