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George Kittle (TE - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on George Kittle (TE - SF)
You were warned about the matchup for Kittle last week, as the Vikings were one of the best in the league against tight ends, though Kittle's lack of fantasy points had more to do with the fact that the 49ers threw the ball just 19 times and completed just 11 passes. It's just one game against a great opponent, so don't blow it out of proportion. This week is going to be much better for the superstar tight end, as the Packers come back to town. He played against them back in Week 12 where he caught all six of his targets for 129 yards and a touchdown. That was good enough for 27.9 DraftKings points, though it wasn't even the biggest performance of the year the Packers allowed to a tight end, as Darren Waller secured seven passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns against them. There was a total of seven tight ends who totaled at least 63 yards against the Packers, including every tight end who saw seven-plus targets, a number Kittle has hit in four of his last five games. Getting a player who's tallied at least five receptions in seven of his last nine games for just $5,800 against an opponent that allowed a 70 percent completion-rate to the position is highway robbery. Kittle needs to be played this week. Yes, I'm aware that Kelce does as well, but that's what your flex spot is for.
Jimmy Graham (TE - GB)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Jimmy Graham (TE - GB)
It appears the Packers are dialing back Graham's snaps, maybe thinking that having him fresh when on the field will do good things for his production. He played just 24-of-63 snaps last week, which amounts to just 38 percent, and a season-low for him. In fact, both Marcedes Lewis (41) and Jace Sternberger (28) both out-snapped him last week. Not just that but the 49ers defense was the best in the NFL at defending tight ends this year. There were just four tight ends who tallied more than 32 yards against them this season, and three of them saw six-plus targets, something Graham has had just twice all season. One of the sticky stats for tight ends I tend to lean on is yards per target, as touchdowns and volume can skew overall efficiency. The 49ers allowed just 5.52 yards per target, which was easily the lowest number in the league, as no other team was below 6.14 yards per target, and just one team (Vikings) were below 6.72 yards per target. If you're playing Graham, you're doing it in tournaments only and looking for a touchdown for him to hit value.
Kendrick Bourne (WR - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Kendrick Bourne (WR - SF)
What you saw last week from Bourne is something that's happened more than most realize over the last two months, as he's now caught a touchdown in five of the last 10 games. The downside is that he's failed to top 42 yards in any of those games, meaning he's touchdown-or-bust for your DFS lineup. Not much will change against the Packers, as Tramon Williams has been phenomenal covering the slot, allowing just 29-of-47 passing for 379 yards and one touchdown in that area of the field, which is where Bourne runs over 50 percent of his routes. As a guy who's failed to see more than four targets in each of the last seven games, I don't even think he's a great tournament option.
Deebo Samuel (WR - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Deebo Samuel (WR - SF)
He looks to be the No. 1 receiver for this team right now, as he's got a lot of juice in his legs and is fighting for every single yard. What he's done after the catch is what's been most spectacular, as his 8.5 yards after the catch ranked third among wide receivers in the regular season. It's likely why the 49ers have given him 10 rushing attempts over his last six games, as they're doing anything they can to get the ball in his hands. Even better is that he runs almost half of his routes on Kevin King's side of the field. Of the 888 yards he's allowed in his coverage, 296 of them have come after the catch, which ranked as the eighth-most in the league. He's played much better as of late, but he's still the weakest link among the cornerback trio they have. The 1.66 yards per covered snap he allowed ranked as the fifth-highest mark among full-time cornerbacks while Jaire Alexander was 38th and Tramon Williams was 89th in that category. If you want to play a 49ers receiver, he'd be the one. He may not be a must-play in cash with how little they'd like to throw the ball, but he's not a bad play, either.
Emmanuel Sanders (WR - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Emmanuel Sanders (WR - SF)
Has the season worn on Sanders a bit? He's almost 33 years old and made a miraculous comeback from an Achilles injury, which essentially never happens. He's now seen just 16 targets over his last four games, though it certainly didn't help his production to know that Garoppolo completed just 11 passes last week. In fact, Sanders hasn't recorded more than four receptions in eight of his last nine games, which makes you a bit worried in a PPR format like DraftKings. The Packers make you do a double-take, though, as they have allowed 21 different wide receivers tally 50-plus yards against them this year. Sanders isn't at one spot on the field more than 39 percent of the time, so he'll see a mixture of all Packers cornerbacks. He was trying to play through a rib cartilage injury the last time they met, so he played just 32-of-48 snaps and saw just one target. The issue is that he's totaled most of his production at RWR for the 49ers, which is where he'll see Jaire Alexander, who is the best cornerback on the Packers roster. Sanders isn't safe enough for cash lineups. He has just one game over 61 yards since Week 9, so he's not a great tournament play, either, but you don't want to cross him off entirely knowing he's flashed multiple 100-plus-yard games this year.
Allen Lazard (WR - GB)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Allen Lazard (WR - GB)
He suffered an ankle injury in the win over the Seahawks when Aaron Jones was tackled into him from behind. It forced him to miss much of the game, though he did return and wound-up playing 20-of-63 snaps but didn't see a single target. His practice participation is something to watch, as we could see him used sparingly. Even if he plays, it's not a great spot for him, as his primary place on the field is at RWR, which is where Richard Sherman lines up. He's easily their best cornerback, so when you combine that with Lazard's injury, it's not a great situation to target in DFS. If he practices in full throughout the week, you can take a stab in tournaments as a low-owned option but avoid him in cash lineups.
Matt Breida (RB - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Matt Breida (RB - SF)
In traditional Kyle Shanahan fashion, he swapped the roles of the running backs last week, leaving us feeling empty inside. Yes, Mostert left in the fourth quarter with what turned out to be cramps, but to be fair, I'd pointed out that Mostert's touch counts were not where they needed to be to consider him in cash lineups. The 49ers running backs totaled 42 carries in the divisional round, but none of them tallied a single reception. If there is anything positive we can take away from that game as a DFS players, it's that Breida is likely buried on the depth chart after fumbling late in the fourth quarter. That means we can safely assume it'll be 80-plus percent of Mostert and Coleman. While many will assume Coleman has stolen that job back, I wouldn't be so sure, as that was the first time he totaled more than 12 carries since way back in Week 7. Just as the 21 touches Mostert got in Week 13 were an outlier, so were Coleman's 22 touches last week. If there's one constant in this backfield, it's been Mostert, who has received at least 11 touches in each of the last six games. The funny part is that Mostert and Coleman have the same exact number of carries on the season, yet Mostert has 228 more yards and two more rushing touchdowns. Look, there's no guarantee in this backfield, but Mostert's price of $4,300 is the most appealing by far. The Packers biggest weakness is his biggest strength, as they allowed the fourth-most fantasy points on the ground to running backs, behind only the Panthers, Jaguars, and Dolphins. Seriously, that's bad. There's going to be production out of this backfield this week. Coleman may be a better receiver than Mostert, but the 1.29 PPR points per target the Packers allowed to running backs ranked as the third-best mark, so that's not where we should be looking for the majority of production. I'd argue that all three running backs on the roster have tournament appeal because ownership will be all over the place, but Mostert is the one with cash-game appeal given how low his price is this week.
Tevin Coleman (RB - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Tevin Coleman (RB - SF)
In traditional Kyle Shanahan fashion, he swapped the roles of the running backs last week, leaving us feeling empty inside. Yes, Mostert left in the fourth quarter with what turned out to be cramps, but to be fair, I'd pointed out that Mostert's touch counts were not where they needed to be to consider him in cash lineups. The 49ers running backs totaled 42 carries in the divisional round, but none of them tallied a single reception. If there is anything positive we can take away from that game as a DFS players, it's that Breida is likely buried on the depth chart after fumbling late in the fourth quarter. That means we can safely assume it'll be 80-plus percent of Mostert and Coleman. While many will assume Coleman has stolen that job back, I wouldn't be so sure, as that was the first time he totaled more than 12 carries since way back in Week 7. Just as the 21 touches Mostert got in Week 13 were an outlier, so were Coleman's 22 touches last week. If there's one constant in this backfield, it's been Mostert, who has received at least 11 touches in each of the last six games. The funny part is that Mostert and Coleman have the same exact number of carries on the season, yet Mostert has 228 more yards and two more rushing touchdowns. Look, there's no guarantee in this backfield, but Mostert's price of $4,300 is the most appealing by far. The Packers biggest weakness is his biggest strength, as they allowed the fourth-most fantasy points on the ground to running backs, behind only the Panthers, Jaguars, and Dolphins. Seriously, that's bad. There's going to be production out of this backfield this week. Coleman may be a better receiver than Mostert, but the 1.29 PPR points per target the Packers allowed to running backs ranked as the third-best mark, so that's not where we should be looking for the majority of production. I'd argue that all three running backs on the roster have tournament appeal because ownership will be all over the place, but Mostert is the one with cash-game appeal given how low his price is this week.
Raheem Mostert (RB - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Raheem Mostert (RB - SF)
In traditional Kyle Shanahan fashion, he swapped the roles of the running backs last week, leaving us feeling empty inside. Yes, Mostert left in the fourth quarter with what turned out to be cramps, but to be fair, I'd pointed out that Mostert's touch counts were not where they needed to be to consider him in cash lineups. The 49ers running backs totaled 42 carries in the divisional round, but none of them tallied a single reception. If there is anything positive we can take away from that game as a DFS players, it's that Breida is likely buried on the depth chart after fumbling late in the fourth quarter. That means we can safely assume it'll be 80-plus percent of Mostert and Coleman. While many will assume Coleman has stolen that job back, I wouldn't be so sure, as that was the first time he totaled more than 12 carries since way back in Week 7. Just as the 21 touches Mostert got in Week 13 were an outlier, so were Coleman's 22 touches last week. If there's one constant in this backfield, it's been Mostert, who has received at least 11 touches in each of the last six games. The funny part is that Mostert and Coleman have the same exact number of carries on the season, yet Mostert has 228 more yards and two more rushing touchdowns. Look, there's no guarantee in this backfield, but Mostert's price of $4,300 is the most appealing by far. The Packers biggest weakness is his biggest strength, as they allowed the fourth-most fantasy points on the ground to running backs, behind only the Panthers, Jaguars, and Dolphins. Seriously, that's bad. There's going to be production out of this backfield this week. Coleman may be a better receiver than Mostert, but the 1.29 PPR points per target the Packers allowed to running backs ranked as the third-best mark, so that's not where we should be looking for the majority of production. I'd argue that all three running backs on the roster have tournament appeal because ownership will be all over the place, but Mostert is the one with cash-game appeal given how low his price is this week.
Davante Adams (WR - GB)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Davante Adams (WR - GB)
He was one of the must-plays last week, so it wasn't surprising to see him finish with 8/160/2 against a weak Seahawks secondary. He saw 11 targets while no other Packers pass-catcher saw more than four of them. It was the same story in Week 12 when the Packers played the 49ers and Adams led the team with 12 targets while no other receiver had more than four. Unfortunately, his 12 targets netted just seven receptions for 43 yards and a touchdown. The touchdown certainly saved him in that game, though that's part of his game, as he has scored seven touchdowns in his last seven games. And though the 49ers allowed just 6.74 yards per target to wide receivers this year (3rd-fewest), they did allow a touchdown every 18.4 targets (10th most often). It also doesn't hurt that Adams lines up on Ahkello Witherspoon's side of the field about 45 percent of the time. The 49ers play sides with Witherspoon and Richard Sherman, so don't worry about a shadowing situation. Over the last five games, Witherspoon has allowed 24-of-31 passing for 314 yards and six touchdowns in his coverage. He allowed a long touchdown to Stefon Diggs last week that got him benched for Emmanuel Moseley, an undrafted free agent from last year. He's played admirably while Witherspoon dealt with injuries this year, allowing just a 57.9 percent catch-rate and 6.98 yards per target. If they decide to start Moseley over Witherspoon, it'd be a tougher matchup for Adams, but he can beat either of them. If you can find the salary space to fit Adams, he's playable in cash.
George Kittle (TE - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on George Kittle (TE - SF)
You were warned about the matchup for Kittle last week, as the Vikings were one of the best in the league against tight ends, though Kittle's lack of fantasy points had more to do with the fact that the 49ers threw the ball just 19 times and completed just 11 passes. It's just one game against a great opponent, so don't blow it out of proportion. This week is going to be much better for the superstar tight end, as the Packers come back to town. He played against them back in Week 12 where he caught all six of his targets for 129 yards and a touchdown. That was good enough for 27.9 DraftKings points, though it wasn't even the biggest performance of the year the Packers allowed to a tight end, as Darren Waller secured seven passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns against them. There was a total of seven tight ends who totaled at least 63 yards against the Packers, including every tight end who saw seven-plus targets, a number Kittle has hit in four of his last five games. Getting a player who's tallied at least five receptions in seven of his last nine games for just $5,800 against an opponent that allowed a 70 percent completion-rate to the position is highway robbery. Kittle needs to be played this week. Yes, I'm aware that Kelce does as well, but that's what your flex spot is for.
Jimmy Graham (TE - GB)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Jimmy Graham (TE - GB)
It appears the Packers are dialing back Graham's snaps, maybe thinking that having him fresh when on the field will do good things for his production. He played just 24-of-63 snaps last week, which amounts to just 38 percent, and a season-low for him. In fact, both Marcedes Lewis (41) and Jace Sternberger (28) both out-snapped him last week. Not just that but the 49ers defense was the best in the NFL at defending tight ends this year. There were just four tight ends who tallied more than 32 yards against them this season, and three of them saw six-plus targets, something Graham has had just twice all season. One of the sticky stats for tight ends I tend to lean on is yards per target, as touchdowns and volume can skew overall efficiency. The 49ers allowed just 5.52 yards per target, which was easily the lowest number in the league, as no other team was below 6.14 yards per target, and just one team (Vikings) were below 6.72 yards per target. If you're playing Graham, you're doing it in tournaments only and looking for a touchdown for him to hit value.
Kendrick Bourne (WR - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Kendrick Bourne (WR - SF)
What you saw last week from Bourne is something that's happened more than most realize over the last two months, as he's now caught a touchdown in five of the last 10 games. The downside is that he's failed to top 42 yards in any of those games, meaning he's touchdown-or-bust for your DFS lineup. Not much will change against the Packers, as Tramon Williams has been phenomenal covering the slot, allowing just 29-of-47 passing for 379 yards and one touchdown in that area of the field, which is where Bourne runs over 50 percent of his routes. As a guy who's failed to see more than four targets in each of the last seven games, I don't even think he's a great tournament option.
Deebo Samuel (WR - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Deebo Samuel (WR - SF)
He looks to be the No. 1 receiver for this team right now, as he's got a lot of juice in his legs and is fighting for every single yard. What he's done after the catch is what's been most spectacular, as his 8.5 yards after the catch ranked third among wide receivers in the regular season. It's likely why the 49ers have given him 10 rushing attempts over his last six games, as they're doing anything they can to get the ball in his hands. Even better is that he runs almost half of his routes on Kevin King's side of the field. Of the 888 yards he's allowed in his coverage, 296 of them have come after the catch, which ranked as the eighth-most in the league. He's played much better as of late, but he's still the weakest link among the cornerback trio they have. The 1.66 yards per covered snap he allowed ranked as the fifth-highest mark among full-time cornerbacks while Jaire Alexander was 38th and Tramon Williams was 89th in that category. If you want to play a 49ers receiver, he'd be the one. He may not be a must-play in cash with how little they'd like to throw the ball, but he's not a bad play, either.
Emmanuel Sanders (WR - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Emmanuel Sanders (WR - SF)
Has the season worn on Sanders a bit? He's almost 33 years old and made a miraculous comeback from an Achilles injury, which essentially never happens. He's now seen just 16 targets over his last four games, though it certainly didn't help his production to know that Garoppolo completed just 11 passes last week. In fact, Sanders hasn't recorded more than four receptions in eight of his last nine games, which makes you a bit worried in a PPR format like DraftKings. The Packers make you do a double-take, though, as they have allowed 21 different wide receivers tally 50-plus yards against them this year. Sanders isn't at one spot on the field more than 39 percent of the time, so he'll see a mixture of all Packers cornerbacks. He was trying to play through a rib cartilage injury the last time they met, so he played just 32-of-48 snaps and saw just one target. The issue is that he's totaled most of his production at RWR for the 49ers, which is where he'll see Jaire Alexander, who is the best cornerback on the Packers roster. Sanders isn't safe enough for cash lineups. He has just one game over 61 yards since Week 9, so he's not a great tournament play, either, but you don't want to cross him off entirely knowing he's flashed multiple 100-plus-yard games this year.
Allen Lazard (WR - GB)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Allen Lazard (WR - GB)
He suffered an ankle injury in the win over the Seahawks when Aaron Jones was tackled into him from behind. It forced him to miss much of the game, though he did return and wound-up playing 20-of-63 snaps but didn't see a single target. His practice participation is something to watch, as we could see him used sparingly. Even if he plays, it's not a great spot for him, as his primary place on the field is at RWR, which is where Richard Sherman lines up. He's easily their best cornerback, so when you combine that with Lazard's injury, it's not a great situation to target in DFS. If he practices in full throughout the week, you can take a stab in tournaments as a low-owned option but avoid him in cash lineups.
Matt Breida (RB - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Matt Breida (RB - SF)
In traditional Kyle Shanahan fashion, he swapped the roles of the running backs last week, leaving us feeling empty inside. Yes, Mostert left in the fourth quarter with what turned out to be cramps, but to be fair, I'd pointed out that Mostert's touch counts were not where they needed to be to consider him in cash lineups. The 49ers running backs totaled 42 carries in the divisional round, but none of them tallied a single reception. If there is anything positive we can take away from that game as a DFS players, it's that Breida is likely buried on the depth chart after fumbling late in the fourth quarter. That means we can safely assume it'll be 80-plus percent of Mostert and Coleman. While many will assume Coleman has stolen that job back, I wouldn't be so sure, as that was the first time he totaled more than 12 carries since way back in Week 7. Just as the 21 touches Mostert got in Week 13 were an outlier, so were Coleman's 22 touches last week. If there's one constant in this backfield, it's been Mostert, who has received at least 11 touches in each of the last six games. The funny part is that Mostert and Coleman have the same exact number of carries on the season, yet Mostert has 228 more yards and two more rushing touchdowns. Look, there's no guarantee in this backfield, but Mostert's price of $4,300 is the most appealing by far. The Packers biggest weakness is his biggest strength, as they allowed the fourth-most fantasy points on the ground to running backs, behind only the Panthers, Jaguars, and Dolphins. Seriously, that's bad. There's going to be production out of this backfield this week. Coleman may be a better receiver than Mostert, but the 1.29 PPR points per target the Packers allowed to running backs ranked as the third-best mark, so that's not where we should be looking for the majority of production. I'd argue that all three running backs on the roster have tournament appeal because ownership will be all over the place, but Mostert is the one with cash-game appeal given how low his price is this week.
Tevin Coleman (RB - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Tevin Coleman (RB - SF)
In traditional Kyle Shanahan fashion, he swapped the roles of the running backs last week, leaving us feeling empty inside. Yes, Mostert left in the fourth quarter with what turned out to be cramps, but to be fair, I'd pointed out that Mostert's touch counts were not where they needed to be to consider him in cash lineups. The 49ers running backs totaled 42 carries in the divisional round, but none of them tallied a single reception. If there is anything positive we can take away from that game as a DFS players, it's that Breida is likely buried on the depth chart after fumbling late in the fourth quarter. That means we can safely assume it'll be 80-plus percent of Mostert and Coleman. While many will assume Coleman has stolen that job back, I wouldn't be so sure, as that was the first time he totaled more than 12 carries since way back in Week 7. Just as the 21 touches Mostert got in Week 13 were an outlier, so were Coleman's 22 touches last week. If there's one constant in this backfield, it's been Mostert, who has received at least 11 touches in each of the last six games. The funny part is that Mostert and Coleman have the same exact number of carries on the season, yet Mostert has 228 more yards and two more rushing touchdowns. Look, there's no guarantee in this backfield, but Mostert's price of $4,300 is the most appealing by far. The Packers biggest weakness is his biggest strength, as they allowed the fourth-most fantasy points on the ground to running backs, behind only the Panthers, Jaguars, and Dolphins. Seriously, that's bad. There's going to be production out of this backfield this week. Coleman may be a better receiver than Mostert, but the 1.29 PPR points per target the Packers allowed to running backs ranked as the third-best mark, so that's not where we should be looking for the majority of production. I'd argue that all three running backs on the roster have tournament appeal because ownership will be all over the place, but Mostert is the one with cash-game appeal given how low his price is this week.
Raheem Mostert (RB - SF)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Raheem Mostert (RB - SF)
In traditional Kyle Shanahan fashion, he swapped the roles of the running backs last week, leaving us feeling empty inside. Yes, Mostert left in the fourth quarter with what turned out to be cramps, but to be fair, I'd pointed out that Mostert's touch counts were not where they needed to be to consider him in cash lineups. The 49ers running backs totaled 42 carries in the divisional round, but none of them tallied a single reception. If there is anything positive we can take away from that game as a DFS players, it's that Breida is likely buried on the depth chart after fumbling late in the fourth quarter. That means we can safely assume it'll be 80-plus percent of Mostert and Coleman. While many will assume Coleman has stolen that job back, I wouldn't be so sure, as that was the first time he totaled more than 12 carries since way back in Week 7. Just as the 21 touches Mostert got in Week 13 were an outlier, so were Coleman's 22 touches last week. If there's one constant in this backfield, it's been Mostert, who has received at least 11 touches in each of the last six games. The funny part is that Mostert and Coleman have the same exact number of carries on the season, yet Mostert has 228 more yards and two more rushing touchdowns. Look, there's no guarantee in this backfield, but Mostert's price of $4,300 is the most appealing by far. The Packers biggest weakness is his biggest strength, as they allowed the fourth-most fantasy points on the ground to running backs, behind only the Panthers, Jaguars, and Dolphins. Seriously, that's bad. There's going to be production out of this backfield this week. Coleman may be a better receiver than Mostert, but the 1.29 PPR points per target the Packers allowed to running backs ranked as the third-best mark, so that's not where we should be looking for the majority of production. I'd argue that all three running backs on the roster have tournament appeal because ownership will be all over the place, but Mostert is the one with cash-game appeal given how low his price is this week.
Davante Adams (WR - GB)
Wed, Jan 15
Player Note on Davante Adams (WR - GB)
He was one of the must-plays last week, so it wasn't surprising to see him finish with 8/160/2 against a weak Seahawks secondary. He saw 11 targets while no other Packers pass-catcher saw more than four of them. It was the same story in Week 12 when the Packers played the 49ers and Adams led the team with 12 targets while no other receiver had more than four. Unfortunately, his 12 targets netted just seven receptions for 43 yards and a touchdown. The touchdown certainly saved him in that game, though that's part of his game, as he has scored seven touchdowns in his last seven games. And though the 49ers allowed just 6.74 yards per target to wide receivers this year (3rd-fewest), they did allow a touchdown every 18.4 targets (10th most often). It also doesn't hurt that Adams lines up on Ahkello Witherspoon's side of the field about 45 percent of the time. The 49ers play sides with Witherspoon and Richard Sherman, so don't worry about a shadowing situation. Over the last five games, Witherspoon has allowed 24-of-31 passing for 314 yards and six touchdowns in his coverage. He allowed a long touchdown to Stefon Diggs last week that got him benched for Emmanuel Moseley, an undrafted free agent from last year. He's played admirably while Witherspoon dealt with injuries this year, allowing just a 57.9 percent catch-rate and 6.98 yards per target. If they decide to start Moseley over Witherspoon, it'd be a tougher matchup for Adams, but he can beat either of them. If you can find the salary space to fit Adams, he's playable in cash.
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Mike Tagliere

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Mike Tagliere is an NFL writer who has finished inside of the top-six of the FantasyPros accuracy competition twice. He's been writing in the industry since 2011, when he started his own website. Since that time, he's worked with Pro Football Focus (PFF), Rotoworld, RotoGrinders, and now FantasyPros.


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