Backup QBs are going later in Underdog's 18-round tournaments than the 20-round Board tournaments, but the high-upside QB1s are going earlier than ever.
Markets reacted favorably when the Colts selected Anthony Richardson, and now the rookie's ADP on Underdog Fantasy is approaching the top 100.
Mario Puig and Alan Seslowsky are concerned if Chicago Bear's rookie RB, Roschon Johnson, can have a fantasy impact in dynasty leagues.
Jordan Addison might have been the fourth WR selected, but he's in great position to outproduce the players selected ahead of him.
Rashee Rice was arguably the draft's biggest winner after the Chiefs selected the SMU product in the second round.
Jalen Moreno-Cropper has the talent to make noise on the Dallas depth chart despite going undrafted out of Fresno State.
A three-round mock that considers rebuild scenarios where Chicago trades Justin Fields and San Francisco trades Trey Lance.
K.J. Osborn is a good real-life player for Minnesota, but for fantasy purposes he's much too expensive on Underdog.
Bijan Robinson might be the top fantasy asset in the 2023 NFL Draft, but Jahmyr Gibbs is with him in the first of nine tiers.
The third WR spot goes away in Underdog's Big Board Superflex contest, giving a boost to the RB market in addition to QB.
Reviewing the 20 most-drafted players on a 21-team portfolio, the author is somewhat alarmed to have drafted J.K. Dobbins on 13 of them.
Switching from Houston to Dallas could be just what Brandin Cooks needs to catch fire.
Miles Sanders helped set the free agent running back market into motion Wednesday by agreeing to a four-year contract with Carolina.
Quentin Johnston confirmed elite measurables at the combine while some of his competition at receiver slipped.
Anthony Richardson is worth the risk as potentially the best athlete the NFL has ever seen at quarterback.
Devon Achane has seen a polarizing reception from the fantasy community, but those who fade him won't like the results.
Marvin Mims was a big combine winner, posting excellent workout metrics to pair with his stellar collegiate production.
Jahmyr Gibbs might not be a 20-carry back at just 199 pounds, but with 4.36 speed he'll be an unstoppable pass catcher.
Pittsburgh RB Israel Abanikanda is among eight players worth extended exposure in Underdog best ball drafts, as the rookie's price will likely jump after the combine.
Tight end evaluations don't get much easier than with Michael Mayer, a first-round lock and likely fantasy standout.
Kyler Murray might seem like an interesting option in the ninth round, but drafters should stay strong and resist the temptation.
Jordan Addison might not generate as much hype as recent WR1 selections, but the Pittsburgh-USC star is still a strong WR1 prospect in his own right.
Devon Achane plays a rugged game for a so-called Track Guy, and he could crash the first round if he torches the combine.
Will Levis might be the first quarterback selected in the 2023 draft, but there's reason to believe he's not worth it.
Nick Chubb tossed Kareem Hunt aside even before Hunt's likely exit in free agency, so why is Chubb falling to the third round in best ball drafts?
Rashid Shaheed was an obscure undrafted rookie in 2022, but a closer look at his profile reveals a potential standout NFL starter.
Bijan Robinson might be a rookie, but drafters might need a top-15 pick to select him when Underdog unveils its Big Board contest Friday.
Olamide Zaccheaus didn't get much usage in Atlanta, but the former Virginia star could find an opportunity in free agency.
Rather than a concern, Trevon Diggs might be a target for Deebo Samuel on Sunday.
There's pressure on Keenan Allen to step up with Mike Williams out, and the Jaguars defense appears vulnerable in the slot.
With the potential to play and be the top scorer in each of the four playoff weeks, Josh Allen is the clear 1.01.
The Lions have used D'Andre Swift sparingly in 2022, but they likely need a strong game from him to keep pace with Green Bay.
Chris Olave could finish his remarkable rookie season in strong fashion against Carolina's backup corners.
Late-season AFC North games can be low-scoring, and Sunday night's game should feature plenty of defense too.
Amon-Ra St. Brown and the Lions receivers project for a substantial advantage against the Chicago secondary.
Ezekiel Elliott and Malik Davis should be busy with Tony Pollard out Thursday.
Tyreek Hill might be a tempting pick in playoff best ball, but his team's struggles could threaten his playoff utility.
The Packers defense struggles with fundamentals and might have a difficult game against Miami.
Quinnen Williams' return would help the Jets defense capitalize on bad weather.
Mike Williams should climb the ladder against Tennessee CBs that lack reach.
George Kittle has been quiet lately, but he might have more work to do with Deebo Samuel out.
Justin Herbert finally gets his starting wideout rotation back in time for a potential shootout with the Dolphins.
Amon-Ra St. Brown is providing monstrous late-season production again and should continue against Minnesota.
In a game with a lack of proven producers, Davante Adams is difficult to fade Thursday.
Matt Ryan and the Colts offensive line have experienced constant disaster in 2022, and now they face Micah Parsons.
A.J. Brown has both a good matchup and the Revenge Game narrative in Week 13.
With no Damien Harris available Rhamondre Stevenson might need to play upwards of 60 snaps Thursday.
It's been a slow couple of weeks for Miles Sanders but a matchup with Green Bay should get him back on track.
It's been an encouraging breakout season for Christian Kirk, but he draws a buzzsaw assignment against Marlon Humphrey.
Justin Herbert has had a difficult season, but the returns of Keenan Allen and Mike Williams might turn things for the better