We’ve had some time to digest the news that broke regarding Damien Williams and him opting out of the 2020 NFL season, paving the way for Clyde Edwards-Helaire to see massive workload in 2020. So who’s the better rookie running back? The talent of Jonathan Taylor is undeniable. The landing spot for both players are a match made in heaven ... but who you got?
After a slew of disappointing Baylor wideouts in recent years, Denzel Mims fell all the way to the Jets at the 59th pick in this year's NFL Draft. Will he flounder like Corey Coleman and Kendall Wright or can he be the outside weapon that Sam Darnold needs to take the next step?
FTN's Ray Garvin is back with a new episode where he goes through a 2020 mock draft with special guest and co-creator of the All Gas Show, Jordan Richards. Ray is drafting the team, and Jordan is providing his input. Ray and Jordan walk you through team building, strategy and even some difficult parts of the draft and how to navigate them. And there's an extra surprise at the end.
Kyler Murray is dynamic. But does he have the foundation to become a transcendent NFL quarterback?
In this episode we dive into five players poised for a breakout season in 2020. Notice: ‘players’ and’ breakout season.’ That means these aren't necessarily going to be high-end fantasy stars for us in 2020, but the opportunity and situation that these five players find themselves in should yield positive fantasy results for our rosters this upcoming season in dynasty, redraft and daily.
K.J. Hamler is a smooth technician with lightning speed, giving Drew Lock and the Broncos more ammo to compete AFC West arms race.
The fear of no CFB season is here and it’s REAL now! The P5 conferences are already making plans to delay or limit competition this fall. What does that mean for dynasty teams and 2021 rookie picks specifically? Derrick Henry got paid, but some other dynasty darlings are playing out the season. We dive into what to do and how these situations might play out in 2020!
Fade the Noise's Ray Garvin and Brad Evans dive in on the debut episode of All Gas to explain all things FTN.
The Kansas City Backfield is now worth about $510 million. Clyde Edwards-Helaire gives this offense even more horsepower, and the rich just keep getting richer.
Jonathan Taylor is a height/weight/speed freak. Find out what makes his game different than other combine standouts.
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