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Wes Huber

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Rookie-Only PPR & IDP Top 125

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Wes Huber's top 125 rankings of skill position rookies and IDP rookies for PPR leagues.
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Fantasy Shells: Cover 4

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A look at Cover 4 coverage shell, which QBs thrive it in and struggle, and which defensive backs to avoid for fantasy purposes.
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Fantasy Shells: Cover 3

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Breaking down Cover 3 to help decision-making and lineup construction for fantasy and DFS purposes.
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Fantasy Shells: Cover 2

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Breaking down Cover 2 specifics, with CBs to avoid, top QBs against Cover 2, and more for DFS.
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Fantasy Shells: Cover 1

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Breaking down Cover 1 terms, looks, and importance for evaluating fantasy football.
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Dynasty Draft Profile: Jaylen Waddle

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With upside every bit as high as former teammate Jerry Jeudy, Jaylen Waddle is our rookie WR2 despite coming off an injury.
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2021 Dynasty Draft Profiles

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Wes Huber dives into film, stats, performance, and more on notable incoming 2021 NFL rookies.
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Dynasty Draft Profile: Mac Jones

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Big regression is expected as Mac Jones takes the next step into the NFL, much more so likely than the other top QBs.
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Dynasty Draft Profile: Trey Lance

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There's plenty of rushing production, but ball accuracy has been an issue for the FCS QB, and Wes Huber isn't sure of his NFL development.
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Dynasty Draft Profile: Justin Fields

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The athleticism of Fields is practically unmatched and Wes Huber sees the possibility of San Fran trading up to select Fields at 3.
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Dynasty Draft Profile: Zach Wilson

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Wes Huber is a bit lower on BYU QB Zach Wilson than some other analysts, noting his 2018 and 2019 seasons plus level of competition.
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Dynasty Draft Profile: Trevor Lawrence

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We know that Trevor Lawrence will hear his name announced first during the 2021 NFL Draft. Wes Huber dives into why and how good he is.
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Dynasty Draft Profile: Simi Fehoko

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For the Stanford wideout, a lot may come down to situation & placement, as Wes Huber is avoiding him across the board.