As the fantasy football playoffs are rapidly approaching, we may have stumbled upon that dream scenario where you’re able to add a late-season waiver-wire gem to your team and he comes out of nowhere to go on a tear and lead your team to the championship. Remember that Arian Foster guy in 2009?
Jody Smith runs down the last minute fantasy player rankings update with some of the most question fantasy players for week seven .
At Gridiron Experts, we receive an incredible amount of great questions from our wonderful readers and we pride ourselves on trying to get you the very best answer as quickly as we can.
Big Ben entered the season as a mid-level signal-caller that would be drafted as a very low starter or a decent back-up. That’s exactly how Roethlisberger has played, but there is some reason for optimism.
In a stunning move in both NFL and fantasy football circles, the Cleveland Browns have traded star running back Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts for a 2014 first round pick.
Finding those unheralded players is often the difference between winning and losing. Let’s take a look at a few players that have the chance of surprising fantasy owners with a big game in Week 2.
Choosing value and sleepers in the opening week of an NFL season can be tricky. With so much annual turnover amongst rosters and coaching staffs, you don’t want to put too much emphasis on carrying over last year’s rankings- yet you have to balance what little action we’ve seen…
(Dusting off an old Gridiron Experts Classic) They say that no two fantasy football leagues are the same. There might be millions of leagues out there with their own unique quirks, rules and history.
Danario Alexander was a popular feel-good story from 2012 as a waiver-wire hero that helped many fantasy owners to a championship when he came out of seemingly nowhere to put up nearly 600 receiving yards and seven touchdowns.