Peter Schoenke is drafting elite wide receivers early. He explains why you should too.
The Vikings boast one of the more balanced offenses in the league, and if the defense is as leaky as last season, Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson and company could have plenty of chances to continue to cook.
In the wake of Philip Rivers' retirement, the Colts have decided to give Carson Wentz a second chance. But Indy's offense nonetheless revolves around second-year running back Jonathan Taylor.
Peter Schoenke is convinced Jalen Hurts is the obvious league winning QB in 2021.
Chris Liss and Peter Schoenke discuss if Davante Adams and Austin Ekeler are worth first round fantasy football picks.
The Colts will try their luck with 38-year-old QB Philip Rivers, who has some intriguing offensive weapons to work with in Indy.
Using a ground-based scheme, the Vikings offense will be able to grind out games. But after significant changes on defense, Kirk Cousins may have to air it out more often than expected.
Peter Schoenke sifts through the first year of Kirk Cousins in Minnesota to see where it all went wrong.
Peter Schoenke analyzes the quick turnaround made by the Colts in 2018 with Andrew Luck back in the saddle, and how that success can be sustained.
Is Kupp the Rams' Top Red-Zone Target?
RotoWire President Peter Schoenke analyzes how to approach fantasy football drafts with passing yards on the decline.
Peter Schoenke attempts to answer the question: is Kirk Cousins the Vikings' missing link to postseason success?
Peter Schoenke analyzes the Colts, whose destiny is firmly on Andrew Luck's healed shoulder.
Peter Schoenke shows fantasy owners how to make best use of Average Draft Position and how not to allow ADP to dictate their drafts.
RotoWire President Peter Schoenke shares his strategy for fantasy football drafts and auctions for 2017, which focuses on taking wide receivers early.
Peter Schoenke explains why PPR scoring has outlived its usefulness and how fantasy leagues should change with the times.
Peter Schoenke discusses Andrew Luck's health, among other issues hanging over the Colts in training camp.
Peter Schoenke examines whether the Vikings have found a suitable AP replacement, among other concerns.
RotoWire President Peter Schoenke analyzes the early trends in fantasy football drafts and notices a discount on top wide receivers.
Peter Schoenke and Chris Liss provide their 2016 Draft Strategy in two vital podcasts.
RotoWire President Peter Schoenke shares his draft plan for 2016 that still features wide receivers prominently.
RotoWire President Peter Schoenke looks at historical trends to see if drafting wide receivers early still adds up.
RotoWire President Peter Schoenke breaks down the overall strategy questions for 2016. Are wide receivers so valued now that the top running backs are being overlooked?
Peter Schoenke analyzes the Vikings, who look to defend their NFC North title.
RotoWire President Peter Schoenke inspects the health of the Colts' backfield as well as the state of their upgraded offensive line.
Pete Schoenke joins 120 Sports to discuss Week 3 QB options on FanDuel.
Peter joins the 120 Sports Fantasy Lunch Hour to talk NFL Week 1 FanDuel QB options.
Take a WR like Antonio Brown early? What's the best draft slot to choose? Peter Schoenke breaks down those questions and offers his game plan for fantasy drafts this season.
Will the return of Adrian Peterson propel Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings' offense to the next level in 2015-16?
Andrew Luck looks to build on a promising third season at quarterback, and the additions of Frank Gore and Andre Johnson should only help him.
Does the WR-WR strategy work in leagues suddenly hot and heavy for wideouts?
Taking wide receivers early has been a winning strategy the past few years and here's how to put it into practice.
Using historical data to map out the best draft strategy
Will Norv Turner Equal Fantasy Gold?
Richardson Trade Doesn't Solve RB Mess
What's the optimal pick in a snake draft? How about third-round reversal? We break down the choices.
The record book for quarterbacks is being re-written. Tight ends are being drafted in the first two rounds for the first time ever. Should fantasy football owners change their previous draft day strategies? RotoWire president Peter Schoenke investigaes.
Peter Schoenke defines his drafting strategy based on a historical study of ADP trends and shows how he'll use it for the 2011 season.
Should you take a first-round QB? Here are the historical comparison of positions in drafts by round.
How do you value trading picks in a fantasy draft? What is trading away the shot at Chris Johnson worth? We've got a historical comparison of what each spot produced.
Last season was a remarkably productive season for top running backs, but don't expect it to happen again in 2010. Late-round picks like Donald Brown should pan out more this season.
Favre Saga Continues
Colts Still AFC South Favorites