Invest in your fandom with the PFN Pass.

The PFN Pass creates an opportunity for fans to invest in their fandom through educational content, empowering proprietary research, and engaging experiences that bring fans behind the scenes of the game we all love.

Includes PFN Productions, Fantasy Draft Kit, proprietary research, Discord interactive experiences, and much more. See all features to your right.

Includes PFN Productions, Fantasy Draft Kit, proprietary research, Discord interactive experiences, and much more. See all features here.

$6/month when paying annually
$9.99/month and cancel anytime

Or take it to another level with the Touchdown Pass.

Get everything in the PFN Pass PLUS 1:1 advisory services as it relates to your fantasy football team through your fantasy draft. Then, when the season begins, we'll shift to DFS and NFL betting advice. The PFN Touchdown Pass is only limited to 20 people on initial launch.

$15/month when paying annually
$29.99/month and cancel anytime

Only want our FREE Season Preview Guide?

Our NFL team dives in and takes a look at all 32 teams, complete with unique insight and analysis that goes beyond the surface. Plus, it's your one-stop shop for key roster movement, stats, schedules, and more.

Get full access to the Season Preview Guide by entering your email address here!

Included in PFN Pass and Touchdown Pass


PFN Productions

Get unlimited access to PFN's exclusive original productions. Fans will enjoy weekly and monthly releases featuring the More than Football series with Trey Wingo, who sits down with the game’s legends on and off the field to provide fans access to people underneath the face mask and beneath the pads.

Additionally fans will have unlimited access to video courses, fan-focused documentaries and other exclusive features in development.

PFN Productions will not only keep you entertained, but provide a behind the scenes look at the people, the strategies, and the fans themselves, who all make the game go!

Fantasy Draft Kit

PFN’s BJ Rudell has spent more than a decade assessing historical NFL data to identify when conventional wisdom contradicts actual evidence of probable outcomes. When you invest in our Fantasy Draft Kit, you’re investing in the industry’s most sophisticated analyses and most actionable intelligence.

“Three-dimensional” player rankings. Ranges-of-outcome variables for 400+ players. Contrarian predictions. “Chaos” players who could make-or-break your fantasy season. Daily Q&A’s. Hands-on advisory services. And more. Much more.

PFN’s Fantasy Draft Kit is the all-in-one answer to fantasy managers’ most pressing question: “How can I become the most-prepared drafter in my league?”

NFL Season Preview Guide

Why can't teams get it right at quarterback? What's the best way to build a team? And what does this season look like for your favorite team?

Our NFL team dives in and takes a look at all 32 teams, complete with unique insight and analysis that goes beyond the surface. Plus, it's your one-stop shop for key roster movement, stats, schedules, and more.

Get it as part of the PFN Pass or, if you don't want the PFN Pass, you can get full access to the Season Preview Guide just by entering your email address here!

Proprietary Research

Fantasy Player Rankings

Fantasy rankings are two-dimensional answers to three-dimensional questions. They’re presented as one-size-fits-all science. It’s no one’s fault. Years ago, someone came up with top-200 player rankings, and the rest is history.

But at PFN, we’re writing a new history for self-respecting fantasy managers who deserve more. Our player rankings are grouped in three distinct formats, each drawing from our proprietary “realistic range of outcomes” for each player: Traditional, Optimal, and Minimal.

If you’re drafting in the eighth round and need to pinpoint the highest-ceiling players remaining on the board, a quick scan of the Optimal rankings is all you need. Looking for a safe bet in the second round? Lean into our Minimal rankings for the highest-floor options. And if you want customary rankings that average players’ optimal and minimal outcomes, our Traditional rankings have you covered.

Fantasy Range-of-Outcomes

There are no absolutes in fantasy. There are only outcome probabilities. Most elite players carry certain degrees of injury and/or performance risks. Most “undraftable” players have pathways—some narrower than others—to fantasy relevance.

Spanning 90,000 words on more than 350 players, PFN’s fantasy range-of-outcomes assess each player’s primary influencers for underperforming or outperforming expectations. Here you’ll learn how a No. 3 RB could realistically become a spot-starter by December, or how an established No. 1 WR could be overtaken by a rookie.

ADP, Performance, and Age

All too often, a player’s average draft position (ADP) closely mirrors his previous season’s ranking. Hey, it’s a good baseline for fantasy managers on the go, who don’t have time to dig deeper. That’s why it’s such a popular system.

But BJ’s spent years analyzing the correlation between players’ age and performance in the context of preseason ADP. What is “middle age” for each position, when players generally begin their downward statistical trajectory? And more importantly, to what degree does the fantasy market (ADP) reflect these realities in their rankings?

Our job is to give you actionable intel based on historical evidence. And if there’s a 50% probability that a first-round RB you’re targeting will underperform by at least 20%...well, that’s information you can use.

Contrarian Predictions

PFN’s contrarian predictions are not guesses or even the dreaded “guesstimates.” They’re not hot takes. They’re not copied and pasted from other sites. Our predictions are based on old-fashioned, firsthand research. There’s nothing unique or helpful about making a prediction based on a reporter saying, “QB John Doe is showing a lot of chemistry in camp with WR Pete Jones.” Similarly, suggesting a great player will be great again is worthless.

Fantasy victory is found at the edges, where truths are buried beneath stale conventional wisdom. BJ is always digging below the surface. Sometimes he comes up empty. But more often than not, he finds a nugget worth more than a guess, blanket belief, or last year’s stats. And it’s the basis for contrarian predictions that outline why managers should zig while everyone else zags.

Draft-Eligible QBs

PFN Draft Director Cam Mellor studies the top 20 quarterbacks in the 2023, 2024, and 2025 NFL Draft classes with our Noteworthy Football Throw (NFT) and Interceptable Pass Attempt (IPA) metrics.

Classified as passes thrown into tight windows, with anticipation, downfield, and/or away from coverage, NFTs are essentially those throws that consist of roughly the top 10% of all throws. Moreover, they are throws that only 10% of quarterbacks can make on a regular basis.

As they sound, IPAs (no, not the beer) are those ill-advised throws that are or could and should be intercepted.

Drill into which quarterbacks are the best at making highlight-reel throws with our stable metrics from college to pro."

NFL Discord Experiences

Preseason Virtual Happy Hour

In July, join the NFL team as they give you an inside look at the industry -- how they got started in the industry, stories from the road, and so much more.

Weekly Rookie Spotlight

Throughout the season, join PFN Lead Reporter Mike Kaye and PFN Lead Analyst Dalton Miller as they highlight a standout rookie from the previous week's performances.

Inside Buzz with Aaron Wilson

Join PFN Insider Aaron Wilson every Friday as he gives a rundown of the latest news and rumors he's hearing around the league heading into Sunday's games.

Weekly Virtual Happy Hour

Join NFL Director Adam Beasley each week during virtual happy hour as he brings in a special guest to talk about all things NFL.

Dolphins vs. Bills Meetup

On September 24, join PFN Director Adam Beasley and PFN CEO Matt Cannata down in South Florida for a PFN Pass subscriber meetup leading up to the Dolphins vs. Bills matchup.

Fantasy Discord Experiences

Fantasy Draft Prep

In August, join the PFN Fantasy team as they take a look at the fantasy prospects to keep an eye on as you head into your fantasy football drafts.

Waiver Wire Q&A

Every Tuesday during the season, join our PFN Fantasy Team as they talk about the best prospects to pick up on the waiver wire -- and which ones to avoid.

Sunday Lineup Advice

Every Sunday before kickoff, PFN Fantasy Analysts Tommy Garrett and Jason Katz answer your questions about your fantasy lineups for the upcoming slate of games.

Betting Discord Experiences

Betting Futures

In August, join PFN Fantasy/Betting Analyst Ian Wharton as he discusses future bets for the upcoming season.

Weekly DFS Advice

During the season, join PFN's BJ Rudell as he runs down the slate of games and the best matchups to take advantage of in your DFS lineups.

CFB/Draft Discord Experiences

QB Rankings Happy Hour

In July, join PFN Draft Director Cam Mellor as he discusses the recent QB rankings for all 131 quarterbacks over drinks during virtual happy hour.

Sleeper/Breakout Q&A

In July, PFN Draft Analysts Oli Hodgkinson and Ian Cummings open the floor to PFN Pass subscribers for discussion about the sleeper and breakout lists over the past two months published at Pro Football Network.

Top 10 Returning Players to every team

In August, PFN Draft Director Cam Mellor answers your questions on the top 10 returning players for any given team.

Preseason draft projections at every position

In August, PFN Draft Analysts Oli Hogdkinson and Ian Cummings project the offensive & defensive positions in terms of who fans should know about now and why ahead of the 2022 college season.

Mellor's Weekly QB Report

PFN Draft Director Cam Mellor discusses each of the top QB performances of note following the weekend's worth of action.

Shrine Bowl Watch

Join PFN Draft Analyst Tony Pauline and Shrine Bowl Director Eric Galko for a weekly chat during the season about prospects to keep an eye on for the Shrine Bowl.

Saturday CFB/Draft Preview

PFN Draft Analysts Oli Hodgkinson and Ian Cummings preview specific draft matchups to watch for a given week and answers questions surrounding any previous matchups that took place earlier in the week.