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Scott Spratt
I am a football and fantasy football writer, former award winner, and 2018 finalist for Football Writer of the Year.
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Scott Spratt May 31
Replying to @DLF_Moore
You may be putting a few too many eggs in the "Scott knows what he's talking about" basket.
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Scott Spratt May 30
Replying to @r_elfving
Barnes is my No. 29 dynasty rookie RB, just after Elijah Holyfield and Karan Higdon and before Nick Brossette and Darrin Hall. I think he has a real chance to make the Titans roster, but he's a long shot for future fantasy value.
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Scott Spratt May 21
$200 per team with 12 teams.
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Scott Spratt May 21
If you're looking to rebuild or to win now in a dynasty league, check out my dynasty trade value chart. I even included 10 trade ideas, the first of which suggests the haul you should expect if you are willing to trade Saquon Barkley.
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Scott Spratt May 15
Replying to @DLF_Moore @Giants
Every wide receiver can't be a slot guy, right?
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Scott Spratt May 7
Replying to @KillingSpree8
You may get a little bit of rookie Travis Homer or Prosise on 3rd downs in particular, but the Seahawks are so run heavy and Carson is so good that I wouldn't stress it. I'll be investing in both Carson and Penny and not even for handcuff purposes.
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Scott Spratt May 7
Replying to @KillingSpree8
Definitely Carson yeah
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Scott Spratt May 7
Replying to @DerKomizar2
I have Jakobi ranked 21 spots better in my dynasty rookie rankings. I think he's in a much more favorable situation, but that all is very subject to change with roster cutdowns and such.
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Scott Spratt May 6
My latest identifies my favorite fantasy sleepers among the players drafted in the 5th round or later of the
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Scott Spratt May 6
You definitely can; you can hold any and all of them. I would look at things on a case-by-case basis given what's available on the wire and how good you expect the specific handcuff to be if he ends up starting.
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Scott Spratt May 5
I think you have great WR and RB talent, which is great. Holding handcuffs may not be as critical in a league that shallow, so one option would be to take some early-season gambles on undrafted guys with big upside.
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Scott Spratt May 3
Replying to @JeffRatcliffe
Absolutely, but without making any judgments of Michel's proficiency for those carries, the Patriots didn't have other appealing options for most of the season. They may have added some in the draft this year. It's interesting.
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Scott Spratt May 3
For round 7 of dynasty rookie drafts, you could do worse than take a flier on a undrafted WR. I give the edge to big red zone threat Jamal Custis, but Felton Davis and Cody Thompson aren't far behind.
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Scott Spratt May 3
As a classic slot receiver, Greg Dortch could easily make a fantasy impact despite his undrafted status. But don't sleep on the improved skill talent, highlighted by FA slot WR Jamison Crowder.
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Scott Spratt May 3
Ryan Finley, Jarrett Stidham, and Easton Stick are my next trio of QBs in my dynasty rookie rankings, and I also ranked them consecutively. I see all 3 players as having a potential chance to inherit a starting job in a few years.
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Scott Spratt May 3
Jakobi Meyers is my highest-ranked undrafted rookie in dynasty, but he landed in maybe the most favorable spot for a slot receiver in New England. He wouldn't be the first late or undrafted rookie to emerge for the .
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Scott Spratt May 3
Their draft order didn't change my ordering of Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock, and Daniel Jones in my dynasty rookie rankings. But with similar paths to playing time, I think it's unrealistic to project major differences in their future values before they play a down in the NFL.
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Scott Spratt May 3
It may seem extreme for me to have the draft's top-selected WR Marquise Brown outside of my dynasty rookie round 1, but Brown profiles like a DeSean Jackson or Travis Benjamin deep threat, and those players tend to be more valuable in real life than fantasy.
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Scott Spratt May 3
Replying to @JeffRatcliffe
I'm curious to hear, do you think Michel has been and should continue to excel near the goal line? I haven't looked into that and so don't have an opinion on it either way.
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Scott Spratt May 3
In my dynasty rookie round 1, I'm relatively higher on J.J. Arcega-Whiteside than many peers. I think he has the size to continue to score at an elite clip in the NFL, which I expect will boost his fantasy value over some other players with greater short-term volume.
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