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.
Best-ball leagues offer instant gratification at zero commitment but require a different draft strategy than traditional leagues. Mario Puig explains how to attack them.
Mario and Liss discuss the new ceiling and floor for David Johnson within the Cardinals' new 2019 offense.
John McKechnie and Mario Puig open the 2019 Draft Kit with a look at the quarterback position, where Houston's D'Eriq King reigns supreme.
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.
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.
It's rare to find a rookie class where a quarterback warrants the top overall spot, but Kyler Murray offers stability in a class otherwise lacking it.
Heading into tonight's NFL Draft Day 1, Mario joins Liss and Jeff to discuss Kyler Murray's fantasy forecast for the 2019 season.
The popular theory of the moment is that Duke's Daniel Jones will go ahead of Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins, but this mock rejects the possibility.
Best ball markets seemingly welcomed the Jordan Howard trade initially, but the change of scenery isn't necessarily good news.
Jeff and Mario discuss the fluid bullpen situation in Milwaukee.
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.
Jeff and Mario discuss Jung Ho Kang's upside, now that he's been declared the Pirates' starting third basemen, after a two year absence.
Donte Moncrief will never be a model of consistency, but Ben Roethlisberger needs to throw to someone other than JSS in the slot, and Moncrief is big and fast on the outside.
Tevin Coleman mostly held his ground against Devonta Freeman in Atlanta, but Jerick McKinnon and Matt Breida present new obstacles in San Francisco.
Odell Beckham often fell to the late-second round of early 2019 drafts, but the upgrade from Eli Manning to Baker Mayfield is difficult to overstate.
Devin Funchess may be guilty of some memorable dropped passes, but you can recall the same detail about Eric Ebron before he landed in Indy.
DVR and Mario discuss what we should expect from CLE starting pitcher Shane Bieber in 2019.
Damien Williams was an unlikely star at the end of the 2018 season, but the arrival of Carlos Hyde in Kansas City might make Williams a scary pick in the first three rounds.
Hakeem Butler continues to build steam after a solid combine showing, but the author argues for a ranking outside the top 10 in dynasty rookie drafts.
Justice Hill initially blended in with other projected mid-round running backs, but a strong showing at the combine has him closing in on a Day 2 pick.
Devin Singletary was incredibly productive at Florida Atlantic, but his combine results are concerning for his NFL projection.
Aaron Rodgers' reputation is on the line now that he no longer has Mike McCarthy to blame. But is Matt LaFleur the answer?
John McKechnie and Mario Puig conduct a three-round, 12-team dynasty league rookie mock draft in light of Marquise Brown's freefall.
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.
Only Le'Veon Bell saved David Johnson from the distinction of being last year's biggest bust in the first round, but he should roar back into form in 2019.
The top free agents still available, ranked in descending order of general value. Plus links to daily summaries of the key signings.