It goes football, turkey… more turkey, then Black Friday shopping at my household. No, my family is not one of those Black Friday sale people you see waiting in lines late at night outside a best buy, we’re online shoppers. So, I guess technically we’re Cyber Monday shoppers -whatever. It doesn’t matter, the point is I hate shopping malls
What back problems? Tony Romo threw a season-high four touchdowns Sunday night versus the New York Giants. He was heavily aided by a buttress of an offensive line, especially during the game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter.
At this point in the season you should not be looking at the wire to steal you a win. Last week’s waiver wire article featured many players that are still actually relevant today and we would still recommend you pick up the following if they fell through the cracks:
Rookies usually need time. History has shown that the pro level is difficult to adjust to with complex route patterns and playbooks along with elite defensive coverages that can cause a young wide receiver a lot of adversity in their first year….the 2014 wide receiver class is not the case
Nice knowing you, Jonas Gray. Last week’s sensations could be one-n-done after he was late to a Friday team meeting and sent home by the coaching staff. At this point, there’s no telling what Bill Belichick will do…
It is officially crunch time, people. For many of us, the next two weeks will either grant our playoff wishes or crush our hopes entirely. So if you play in a deep league or if your fantasy team is ravaged by injuries, here are some cheap fantasy sleepers who might give you a boost in Week 12.
Whether it’s your college re-draft league, your intense dynasty team, or daily tournaments, the golden rule in fantasy football is to never break the bank for a defense.
As most of Gridiron Experts members are on auto-pilot at this point in the season with strong playoff-bound records, I wanted to offer a little fantasy advice to keep your mind in the game as we approach the post season.
There comes a time in a man’s life, or a woman’s life, when a choice must be made… several choices in fact. Of course, I’m referring to the choices one makes regarding his/her fantasy football lineup. As is the case in real life, sometimes there are those who help us in the decision-making process.
Injuries and upsets have spawned more than few relevant waiver wire pickups as we enter week 12. If you have been able to dodge the injury bug in 2014, consider yourself incredibly lucky. With the fantasy playoffs nearing close teams need to be extra careful with what your fantasy bench
Week 11 is a critical week as teams jockey for playoff positioning. In some larger leagues, this might be the last regular-season week. Either way, it’s important to stay abreast of sleepers that can help give you that edge and grab another win.
With just one more week of byes after this, your team should be fairly close to its final form, minus one or two spots for the necessary waiver pick-ups. With that in mind, remember just how important week 11 and week 12 can be in a tight playoff race. Soon, everyone is going to be back at full strength.