Through the fantasy sports website eDraft, I had the opportunity to analyze a number of sports, but mainly the MLB and NFL. Most of my pieces for eDraft are reactionary or opinion pieces, and are aimed at giving the average fantasy owner the best advice to run their team.
Prior to most fantasy baseball drafts, I compiled a list of the top rookies in Major League Baseball who are set to make the biggest impacts this season.
While mock drafts are some of the best tools to research prior to any fantasy draft, they can also be inaccurate. To help fantasy owners, I took a look at some of the most popular mock drafts and compiled a list of players who were over-valued.
At roughly the halfway point of the MLB season, I looked back at preseason predictions, and wrote about which players did and didn’t live up to their preseason expectations.
Following the arrest of former New England Patriots’ tight end Aaron Hernandez, I examined the arrests of NFL players this year to determine if the NFL has an image problem.
As part of eDraft’s fantasy football coverage, I made the case for why fantasy owners should wait on selecting a quarterback in their fantasy drafts.
During the 2013 football season, I posted rankings for the top five fantasy running backs and defenses each week, and I write a weekly post saying which three quarterbacks should be avoided that week.
Following up on eDraft’s NFL draft coverage, I wrote about how high rookie tight end Eric Ebron should go in 2014 fantasy drafts.
After the New York Jets signed running back Chris Johnson in the 2014 offseason, I analyzed what kind of fantasy value Johnson has heading into the season in fantasy leagues, and what kind of opportunities he’d get in New York.
After each week of play, I rank every NFL team, 1-32.