With a significant portion of our all-too-brief fantasy football season behind us, it’s time to enter the playoff push. These mid-season games are amongst the most important for securing a critical win or re-establishing your squad as a championship contender after a slow start.
Jody Smith and Bob Talbot discuss the recent Percy Harvin trade and break down all Week 7’s NFL games for your fantasy football needs.
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.
The Oakland Raiders, though winless, have not been hapless with rookie quarterback Derek Carr at the helm. Oakland gave San Diego all it could handle last week and San Diego has been an impressive surprise on defense so far in 2014.
Last week’s Start’em Sit’em weekly article was filled with great calls. With every passing NFL week our staff begin to zero in on this wacky season, sniffing out the very best starts and sits for your fantasy team.
We’re six weeks into the fantasy football season and for the most part fantasy owners are starting to get a feel for which players on their roster are trustworthy, which ones are streaky and which fantasy options are purely not producing.
Latest NFL Fantasy Football injury news and ranking updates for week 6. Make sure you’re update on the world of fantasy
Check out our Fantasy sleepers for week 6 in the NFL. Last weeks article was jammed packed with gems, hopefully Mike Rigz can repeat his daily fantasy tip hot streak
Gridiron Experts week 6 fantasy rundown. Jody Smith and Bob Talbot recap Thursday nights game and go over all the week 6 games in the NFL Sunday.
We don’t know if Reggie Bush will be playing in this game. If he does, he will still be worth a start in your lineup. Minnesota has had difficulty covering all kinds of running backs so far in 2014 and their difficulties should continue against the Detroit backfield.
As the most volatile position in fantasy, nearly every defense in the league is a viable starting option for a given week. In daily fantasy, creating new rosters and therefore selecting new defenses is the name of the game. In other formats, over-drafting a defense or sticking with the same unit for an entire season is more like shooting yourself in the foot.
Fantasy High 5 is Gridiron Experts’ fantasy football group discussion article. This week our staff will go over a few hot topics after five full weeks of NFL football. Who is good to buy low or sell high? Which players have had match-ups so bad that their value is still up in the air? Which teams are for real and which are just a flash in the pan?