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Fantasy Football: 11-20 NFL Rookie Rankings

Last week we dove into the top 10 fantasy football rookie rankings for 2018. Now it's time to take a look at NFL rookie rankings 11-20. Just like the first version, guys are very likely to hurdle others as battles are won and lost throughout camp and preseason. You'll notice there are more wide receivers in in this range, including a couple tight ends. Keep in mind these are rookie rankings for redraft purposes and most of the wideouts have very little appeal in those types of formats. I've highlighted in the write-ups…

2018 NFL Draft: Top Prospects and Best Fits – Part II

We've reached critical mass. Prospects shooting their shot on how soon they'll be drafted. NFL GMs claiming that they're willing to trade out of the top 10. Analysts, both amateur and professional, building and tearing down straw men at a moment's notice. The league and its fans need the draft to come. Immediately. Part I looked at the first 10 prospects expected to go early in the draft. Part II continues our inspection of the incoming class with some guys that could go on Day Two or later. However, keep the focus of the…

The Gridiron Scholar’s Draft Cheat Sheet

Quarterbacks Draft Class Grade: A- Running Backs Draft Class Grade: A+ Wide Receivers Draft Class Grade: C+ Tight Ends Draft Class Grade: A- Tackles Draft Class Grade: C Guards-Centers Draft Class Grade: A- Defensive Tackles Draft Class Grade: B+ Edge Defenders Draft Class Grade: B- Inside Linebackers Draft Class Grade: A- Safeties Draft Class Grade: B Cornerbacks Draft Class Grade: C+ Specialists Draft Class Grade: C+

NFL Team Needs: AFC North

I'll just go ahead and get this out of the way. I went to the University of Cincinnati, have friends and family in the area, and live about an hour north of the city. I've been in bars where fights break out whenever Pittsburgh comes to town. So, needless to say, the AFC North is a part of my life. The worst part, for me at least, is that the power dynamic appears to be shifting. The Steelers still remain the powerhouse of the division, but Sashi Brown's genius has put the Browns back on the map. Cincinnati still needs help…

NFL Draft ProFiles: Courtland Sutton [Video]

2018 NFL Draft ProFiles: Courtland Sutton Courtland Sutton Wide Receiver SMU 6'3" | 218 Projected 2nd Round Pick 2018 NFL Draft This is cut up from the NFL Draft series featuring Andy Singleton (@PeoplezPen) and John Laub (@GridironSchol91) Producer: Andy Singleton Host: (@Fantrax) Sponsored by: (@RotoWear)