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The Case For: Josh Allen as the 2020 NFL MVP

By Alex Kurpeski It seems as though each season the NFL is introduced to a brand new phenom at the quarterback position, one who takes their game to an entirely unexpected level, thrashing opposing defenses with a flurry of never before seen stylistic tweaks. In 2017 it was Deshaun Watson, who as a rookie looked

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2019 Fantasy Football All-Underappreciated Team

By Alex Kurpeski Just a couple weeks away from Super Bowl LIV, we here in the fantasy football community sit in a bit of a standstill, with little to cover besides playoff DFS content. As we reach for content, the concept of reflection is the easiest theme to default to, during this lull. After a

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Early Top 25 Big Board for 2020 Dynasty League Rookie Drafts

By Alex Kurpeski The fantasy football playoffs are nearly over, which means that many of you are now looking forward to next year. And for those of you wondering, yes next year WILL be the year you finally win the elusive championship, thanks to the advice of your friends here at 3CoSports. With College Football

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Dynasty League Sell-High Candidates

By Alex Kurpeski   Dec 12 2019 I recently came across a quote while doing research for an economics module that stated this: “Buy low and Sell high. It’s pretty simple. The only problem is knowing what’s low and what’s high”.  In the context of fantasy football this quote is extremely relevant. Sometimes you think

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Dynasty League Buy-Low Candidates for Fantasy Football “Non-Participants”

By Alex Kurpeski December 10, 2019 Last night, my fantasy season ended abruptly at the hands of Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles (with a little help from my flex receiver Golden Tate, who evidently forgot to bring his hands to Monday night’s contest). Luckily for me and many others who have seen their hard

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Buy or Sell | Dynasty Value of NFC West Backfields

Alex Kurpeski San Francisco 49ers Matt Breida and Tevin Coleman are far from the sexiest names at the running back position for fantasy. After all, Breida is an undrafted free agent with lingering ankle injuries and Coleman is Devonta Freeman’s former understudy who could never quite live up to the hype. Yet this season, the

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The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly | Week 11 Fantasy Takeaways

Alex Kurpeski  The Good  Gus the Bus and Jon Williams lead the way in an ugly week eleven Week eleven proved to be a look into the NFL’S bizarro realm, as two of the most productive rushers this week were unheralded backups. Gus Edwards (112 rushing yards and a td) and Jonathan Williams (yeah the

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Buy or Sell | Dynasty Value of NFC North Backfields

Alex Kurpeski Green Bay Packers It’s Aaron Jones’s world, we’re just living in it. Tied for the league lead in rushing touchdowns, Jones has taken his game to a new level this season, emerging as a true RB1 in the Packers offense. He is a top 10 dynasty value at his position easily, as he

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The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly | Week 10 Fantasy Takeaways

Alex Kurpeski  The Good Mahomes returns without missing a beat Despite being diagnosed with a dislocated kneecap just a few weeks ago, it seems as if our favorite former MVP is back to his dominant form. Throwing for a season-high 446 yards, Pattycakes came through for numerous fantasy owners (myself included) in a week where

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The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly | Week 9 Fantasy Takeaways

Alex Kurpeski The Good McCaffrey’s march towards history At this stage in the year, it would be hard to deny the fact that Christian McCaffrey is the best player in fantasy football by a rather significant margin. In fact, McCaffrey has been so great, that he is on pace to match Chris Johnson’s NFL record

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