In his final installment of his TE analyses, Pat Kerrane attempts to identify some late-round TEs worth taking shots on ahead of 2020.
Utilizing metrics that matter, our Pat Kerrane examines the outlooks for the middle-round tight ends in 2020 fantasy drafts. Does Mike Gesicki fit the bill of a breakout?
Dynasty is the deepest form of fantasy. Pat Kerrane ranks 250 players while factoring in age, contract status, draft capital and more.
Utilizing Targets per Route Run and Yards per Target data, our Pat Kerrane previews the outlooks for seven early-round tight ends ahead of the 2020 season.
Are there statistics and trends we can focus on to help identify breakout players at the TE position? Pat Kerrane uses yards per route run data to help explain elite TE seasons since 2006.
Pat Kerrane wraps up his RB series by looking at the flier range. Who should we be targeting in the 15th round or later?
Pat Kerrane’s RB series continues. If taking a running back late, owners should be looking for a specific criteria and situation. These are the guys who fit the mold in Rounds 11-14.
Running backs drafted in Rounds 7-10 historically have the same hit rate as those drafted in Rounds 4-6. But which ones to prioritize? Pat Kerrane grinds through the data to find his guys, including Boston Scott.