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Dynasty Spotlight: Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs -  Dynasty Spotlight: Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs Written by: Kyle Hall High School Checking in at 6’ 6” Travis Kelce was always “the big kid when it came to his high school teams.” He attended Cleveland Heights High School and he was a three-sport athlete in football, basketball and baseball. In football, he was a three-year letter-winner as a quarterback, and was recognized with All-Lake Erie League honors after... http://ow.ly/2X8UlD

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Offense/IDP Rookie Big Board – Pre Draft - Written by Sean Kirby (@scurvyidp) When do I take IDPs in rookie and startup drafts?  This is the most common question I receive.  Often this inquiry comes from first time IDP owners, but even experienced owners can struggle with it.  Convention often pushes IDPs out of the first round.  There are many reasons for this trend, but not all of them are based in reality.  Here are a few I’ve heard.  IDPs don’t score as highly as of... http://ow.ly/2X3kep

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DFW Rookie Profile: Tyler Lockett, WR – Kansas State -  DFW Rookie Profile: Tyler Lockett, WR – Kansas State Written by Dan (Burgandy) Heins For the longest time the focus at the wide receiver position has been prospects that boast at least a height of 6″2″ and over 200lbs.  After all, the bigger the better right?  Wrong. Not only wrong, but just flat-out wrong.  Times they are a changing in the NFL.  The league is more pass-happy than ever, but the beneficiaries of lat... http://ow.ly/2X2evV

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Dynasty Spotlight: WR Brandin Cooks, New Orleans Saints -  Dynasty Spotlight: WR Brandin Cooks, New Orleans Saints   Written by Jordan Huenink High School Brandin Cooks was a three-sport athlete (football, basketball, track) at Lincoln High School in Stockton, California. Over this three-year career, he hauled in 141 receptions for 2,508 yards and 28 touchdowns. He also had three interceptions his junior year on the defensive side of the ball. After his senior season wh... http://ow.ly/2WZU6y

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DFW Rookie Profile: RB Javorius “Buck” Allen, USC -  DFW Rookie Profile: RB Javorius “Buck” Allen, USC Written by: Brad Duffendack (@Duff_Football) College Javorius “Buck” Allen is another underrated prospect that is not getting enough buzz in this stacked running back class. He took over as the workhorse running back at USC last year after splitting carries with now Redskins’ running back Silas Redd the year before. As the starter in his junior year, Allen totaled over... http://ow.ly/2WYCkG

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Inside The 48 and The 36! -  Inside The 48 and The 36!   Written by: Patrick Anderson (Shackleford) and Bill Cervi (No problem) For those of you who are not familiar with DFW’s flagship leagues, DFW 48 and DFW 36 let me take a second and fill you in. DFW 48 is a 48 team Dynasty league that was created in 2012. It has four copies of every player and it is easily one of the most active Dynasty leagues in the country. DFW 36 is a 36 team IDP league with 3 copies of each pl... http://ow.ly/2WWpwd

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Dynasty Experts Q and A: 2015 Offseason #9 -     Each and every week we will ask our dynasty experts several questions regarding fantasy football. Our expert panel will answer anything you throw at them. We’ll look at buy-low and sell-high players along with trade questions we receive during the week from our followers as well as other general dilemmas. Here we go:   1)  When should you draft a defense and kicker in a dynasty league?  Should you ever keep a defense/kick... http://ow.ly/2WUAGy

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Dynasty Spotlight: RB Latavius Murray -  Dynasty Spotlight: RB Latavius Murray  Written by: Gianni Maffeo High School Latavius Murray attended Onondaga Central High School in New York. As a sophomore, Murray ran for 1,609 yards and 14 touchdowns. As a junior, Murray went off. He racked up 2,030 yards and 30 touchdowns on his way to first-team all-state honors. In his final year in high school, Murray was named 2007 Gatorade Football Player of the Year in New York. Murra... http://ow.ly/2WSUaQ

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DFW Rookie Profile: RB Jeremy Langford, Michigan State -  DFW Rookie Profile: RB Jeremy Langford, Michigan State Written by: Brad Duffendack To  this point, I have profiled a total of ten running backs that could all be selected within the first two days of this year’s draft. Much like the 2014 class for wide receivers, this 2015 class of running backs could rival 2008 as one of the deepest and most talented in history. Therefore, though we’re starting to dig down into ... http://ow.ly/2WS8zU

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Dynasty Spotlight: WR DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans - Yes… He made that catch one handed!    Dynasty Spotlight: WR DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans   Written by: JD Walker High School Deandre Hopkins attended D.W. Daniel High School in South Carolina where he starred in Football, Basketball, and Track.  As a member of the varsity football team, Deandre excelled as a two way player at both defensive back and wide receiver, compiling an impressive 28 interceptions for 55... http://ow.ly/2WQ7Ac
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