Despite all the COVID-19 cases, despite all the politics, despite all the cancelled and rescheduled games, and despite all the speculation we wouldn’t have a college football season, here we are. The national championship game featuring two teams many people expected to be there from the beginning. The Crimson Tide of the University of Alabama …
We are two weeks into the NFL season and, from a covid standpoint, so far so good. The best part of having football back for me is now we can start to see what major needs teams should look to address in next year’s draft, and more importantly, what teams will be looking for a new quarterback. Let’s face it, that’s the most fun part of draft season, seeing where the guys labeled as franchise quarterbacks like Trey Lance, Justin Fields, and Touchdown Jesus himself Trevor Lawrence will end up.
Until told otherwise, we will have football in 2020, and that means we will have fantasy football in 2020. With that, now is the time to start figuring out your leagues, deciding on draft orders, and running mocks so you are ready when the time finally comes to make that first pick. For this exercise, I acted as the owner of 10 teams in a PPR league and drafted 4 rounds for each team. Check out my mock below and my breakdown of each team. Hopefully this helps you with your draft.
Fantasy football season is just around the corner, and as you start to run mock drafts and find your sleepers you’ll be targeting in round 15 and on, it’s important to take a look at the incoming rookie class to see where you can get instant impact, who might be a good stash for your playoff push, and who to avoid entirely. Here we’ll go position by position with my top 3 targets at each position, and a dark horse option.
With team facilities beginning to open and it looking more and more likely that we will have football this fall (whether with or without fans still yet to be determined), it’s time to take a look at how the 2020 NFL draft class will fair in the big leagues their 1st year. Here are my predictions for offensive and defensive rookie of the year, and my all rookie teams.
After taking some time to decompress from the 2020 NFL Draft season, I’m ready to get after 2021! This year’s draft gave us a Heisman winner and national champion taken number one, a franchise changing pass rusher taken second, and a generational defensive back taken third, and all three of them happen to be former Ohio State Buckeyes (the fan in me had to point that out). Next year features some incredibly talented quarterbacks, another strong and deep wide receiver class, and talent all over the offensive and defensive side of the ball. With that being said, here’s my first mock draft of the 2021 cycle!
Happy Draft Day! Even after months of speculation, big boards, and mock drafts, I still have no idea what is going to happen tonight thanks to Covid-19. Pro Days were cancelled, teams couldn’t meet in person with players, and, most importantly, teams weren’t able to have their doctors meet with players. Outside of the first …