Darrell Henderson will need to step up for the rattled Rams backfield, but it might be hasty to assume he takes over a three-down role.
Travis Etienne probably can't catch fellow first-round running back Najee Harris in redraft rankings, but in dynasty leagues it's a very different question.
Minnesota WR Rashod Bateman checked in smaller than expected at his pro day, but the testing was good enough to keep him in the top five at receiver.
With most of the pro days in the books, it's possible that the biggest winner is Mississippi wideout Elijah Moore, who might be on course for landing in the first round.
Looking at eight players who have the traits to break out in bigger roles, Anthony Firkser stands out even if the Titans re-sign Jonnu Smith.
With Big Ben officially staying in Pittsburgh and JuJu Smith-Schuster trending the other direction, Diontae Johnson should see a boatload of short targets in 2021.
Forget T.J. Hockenson and Noah Fant -- Kyle Pitts is the best tight end prospect since at least Jermaine Gresham, and he's a justifiable top-five pick in rookie drafts.
Assessing the dynasty league value of nine wide receiver prospects, this article identifies injury-afflicted third-year wideout Parris Campbell as one of the NFL's best buy opportunities.
John and Mario conducted a 12-team rookie dynasty mock draft to game out market scenarios for the 2021 rookies going into combine season.
DeVonta Smith is the first wide receiver to win the Heisman Trophy since 1991, but a surprising number of critics persist following his 25-touchdown season.
Although there are plenty of interesting running back prospects in the 2021 draft, Travis Etienne is unchallenged as the RB1 until further notice.
Justin Jefferson took the NFL by storm and Ja'Marr Chase might be even better, but Terrace Marshall is yet another LSU receiver we might see in the first round.
Ilango Villoth analyzes the dynasty prospects of this year's rookies and how savvy fantasy managers might benefit. Is Joe Burrow being overvalued?
Looking at ten fringe or/and post-hype prospects, this article identifies NFL players who are easy to look past but should be kept in mind for 2020.
In light of Kelvin Harmon's ACL tear, the Washington offense might need to lean on fourth-round pick Antonio Gandy-Golden for outside wide receiver snaps out of the gate.
With a mounting injury history and a new assignment in New England's uptempo offense, Cam Newton should be able to re-brand as more of a passing quarterback in 2020.
The Titans have a beast in Jonnu Smith, but are they prepared to feed him like one? Also, it's time to figure out what the Colts will do without Eric Ebron.
With Jimmy Graham gone to Chicago, can Jace Sternberger be the late-round bargain fantasy drafters lean on for cheap upside?
An already durability-challenged Sony Michel underwent a foot procedure in May, raising new anxieties about the construction of the New England backfield.
With Preston Williams (ACL) due to return and the Dolphins much improved with both their defense and rushing offense, DeVante Parker is one of six players whose value could dip in 2020.
Some mainstream fantasy analysts are advising owners to cash out on Austin Ekeler after 2019's career highs, but there's reason to believe the market is underestimating his talent.
Darius Slayton was overlooked as a late fifth-round pick from Auburn, but there's a realistic chance he could establish himself as the No. 1 WR with the Giants.
Preston Williams' future carries a wide range of possible outcomes, but it's past time to accept that he's a standout talent among the league's WR prospects.
Although he went undrafted out of Kansas, Steven Sims could prove one of the 10 best fantasy wideouts from the 2019 rookie class.
Henry Ruggs is a good prospect, but his decoy functions do nothing for fantasy owners and wideouts like Jalen Reagor, Tee Higgins, and Laviska Shenault pose more fantasy upside.
Jerry Jeudy still has a bright NFL future, but his landing spot in the Denver offense might delay the breakout his pre-draft investors had hoped for.
The Jaguars gave Gardner Minshew new weapons — rather than competition for his job — during the 2020 NFL Draft. Find out which other players weren't so lucky, including some of Minshew's teammates.
The RotoWire Staff NFL Dynasty League has completed its 20-round, 14-team draft. Check out the results for rookie landing spots and strategy discussion.
The RotoWire Staff NFL Dynasty league has kicked off and completed nine rounds of its inaugural draft, with 17 rookies off the board in the first 123 picks.
This article identifies nine rookies overlooked by the dynasty football community. Albert Okwuegbunam is a headliner after running a 4.49-second 40 at the combine.