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.
Breshad Perriman may be a second-tier free agent, but a scorching five-game finish to the season could stoke a healthy market for the former first-round pick.
Looking at the first 10 of the top 25 fantasy football free agents and speculating on their potential landing spots. Will former Temple star Robby Anderson return to the Philadelphia area?
Jonathan Taylor was among the most impressive athletes at the combine, yet undue skepticism in NFL media might keep his price manageable.
Keep track of the free agency developments and the fantasy repercussions they carry.
Although he was initially overlooked in the 2020 class, A.J. Dillon predictably Hulked at the combine and now his stock is set to rise in the mainstream.
LSU's Justin Jefferson posted one of the best 40 times among wide receivers and established convincing first-round momentum in the process.
Jason Garrett drew ridicule as the head coach of the Cowboys, but his background as a quarterbacks coach could be beneficial for Daniel Jones with the Giants.
Divided into nine tiers, these rookie dynasty rankings feature a top 60 and address five significant omissions afterward.
Widely (incorrectly) ranked as the RB1 in the 2020 NFL Draft, D'Andre Swift fell to the fifth pick in this dynasty rookie mock draft.
Mecole Hardman could be an explosive player in the final game of this NFL season.
With Travis Etienne back to Clemson, Jonathan Taylor stands alone at the top of the updated rookie dynasty rankings.
When accounting for his high fantasy price tag, do DFS players have better options at WR than Green Bay's Davante Adams?
Scott Miller was overlooked out of Bowling Green, but there are numerous indicators of upside in his prospect profile as he heads into his second season in Tampa.
Recent performances suggest Minnesota Viking running back Dalvin Cook is too good to ignore against the San Francisco 49rs.
No one could catch Travis Etienne at Clemson, and no one can catch him in these dynasty rookie rankings, either.
DFS players may wonder whether the Texans wideout is worth the cost in a tricky playoff game.
Derrick Henry ran for 211 yards and three touchdowns against Houston on Sunday, earning him the league rushing title in what's now one of the league's most crowded skill position offenses.