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Author: Christian Football

Matthew Stafford: A Hidden Fantasy Draft Gem

Reading Time: < 1 minuteOne name that I haven’t heard much this off-season is Matthew Stafford. My question is simply, why? He’s a consistently good QB who seemed to be doing strong offensively prior to his injury. Let’s see what the stats say: Let’s state the obvious, he missed the last eight games of the season. However despite this, Stafford threw for 2,499 yards, 19 TD, and only 5 INT. That would double to a season total of 4,998 yards 38 TD and 10 INT if he maintained that average. Those are some amazing numbers. Calculating in and doubling his...

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Why Greg Olsen is an Unspoken Weapon in Seattle

Reading Time: 2 minutesOne move that occurred this offseason that really flew under the radar was TE Greg Olsen going to the Seattle Seahawks. To me at least, it felt like that location that just fits him and no one would give it a second thought. However, looking at it now I think there’s a real possibility he’ll thrive and produce well there. Let’s take a look at some stats. Last year, Olsen played 14 games and in those he accumulated only 52 receptions for 597 yards and 2 TDs. These aren’t very good numbers but we have to...

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Calvin Ridley: A Very Underrated Player?

Reading Time: < 1 minuteWhen you think of the recent Falcons offense you probably think of two players, in particular, Matt Ryan and Julio Jones. They’ve been a constant QB and WR1 on that offense since 2014. Today I’m going to look at the WR2s on those offenses to see what we can expect out of Calvin Ridley for this upcoming season. The WR2s under Ryan/Julio since 2014 have been Roddy White (2014 -15), Mohammed Sanu (2016-17), and Calvin Ridley (2018-19). 2018 was the only unclear choice since Sanu had 2 more receptions and 17 more yards but I...

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What Fantasy Value does Mike McCarthy Bring to the Dallas Offense?

Reading Time: 2 minutesMike McCarthy in his tenure as an offensive coordinator and head coach has had a variety of offenses that he has worked with. I went back to see if we can find some trends in his wide receivers to see if we can learn and predict anything about how the Cowboys offense will work in this upcoming season. From 2000 to 2004 McCarthy was an OC for the Saints, he jumped to the 49ers in 2005, and then he finally became a HC in 2006 with the Green Bay Packers where he stayed until 2018. From...

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What’s Next for the Dallas Cowboys?

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Cowboys have placed their franchise tag on QB Dak Prescott and resigned WR Amari Cooper to a huge 5 year deal, after months of speculation. The franchise tag placed on Dak made way too much sense. However, since Dak was already asking for near record setting numbers, there was no point in not waiting the extra year. Plus this puts Dak in a “prove your worth” position, where the amount the Cowboys will offer him should vary directly with how well he performs this season. Hypothetically speaking, let’s say that Dak doesn’t perform up to...

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