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.
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.
The 2020 rookie class features numerous potential IDP standouts, but Chase Young boasts unmatched potential in a loaded Washington pass rush.
With 0.5 PPR scoring decreasing the utility of receptions, a touchdown machine like Mark Andrews might be underpriced in Yahoo! Best Ball.
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.
Joe Burrow was the first player taken in the 2020 NFL Draft, but which rookie should go first in fantasy drafts?
Many standout fantasy prospects remain on the board for Friday's second and third rounds of the draft, including Clemson's Tee Higgins.
There's drama at the top of the draft, and a constellation of dominoes ready to fall at a moment's notice. Those dominoes will determine when top WRs like CeeDee Lamb go off the board.
John McKechnie and Mario Puig run through all the major rumors and storylines heading into the first round of the NFL Draft. Will Jerry Jeudy be the first receiver off the board in a loaded wideout class?
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.
This Wednesday first-round mock draft adjusts to the latest NFL rumors, especially Atlanta's reported trade intentions and Miami's reported Justin Herbert fandom.
These eight underclassman wide receivers might be overlooked outside of the Power Five conferences, but shrewd devy league players will familiarize themselves anyway.
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 three-round mock draft features 10 trades, including one with a franchise-tagged veteran. Jerry Jeudy was one target of those trades, and the first WR off the board.
With ESPN's IDP system categorizing 3-4 outside linebackers at the DE (defensive edge) position, some new names will join the list of elite defensive line IDPs.
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.
With Austin Hooper in the fold and the Browns placing a second-round RFA tender on Kareem Hunt, do dark clouds gather over the fantasy stock of Nick Chubb?
Results analysis from a 12-team industry expert draft hosted by Sirius XM Fantasy Channel on Friday. Mike Evans appears to be falling, but it'd be unwise to aggressively fade the Tampa wideout.
In this update to the rookie dynasty rankings, we up the field to 100 players. Grouped by tiers, this is a comprehensive list of this year's top dynasty prospects.
With the top three receivers expected to go within a few picks of each other, Henry Ruggs is a good bet to go off the board first.
Todd Gurley and Melvin Gordon were very recently on top of the fantasy football world. Is it too late for them to climb back to their previous heights?
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.
This first-round mock draft features six wide receivers, including at least a couple polarizing upset selections.
Deshaun Watson is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, but DeAndre Hopkins' departure to Arizona threatens to destabilize Watson's passing production in 2020.
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.