Championship week. This is what it’s all about. As great as making the final game in your head-to-head league is, keep in mind that for most people, the sad reality is that their fantasy football season is already over. There can only be one winner in redraft and dynasty leagues.
By this late into the season, I have to admit that sometimes I feel fatigued. I’m either stressing out about which players to put in my lineups in a do-or-die playoff week, researching wide receiver bargains that could make sneaky daily plays this week, or I’m lamenting the mistakes that caused many draftday failures..
Week 15. This is where all that hard work you put in back in July and August finally pays off. All the reading, research, number-crunching, note-taking and obsessing. It’s fantasy playoffs time. Where bragging rights, championship belts, trophies and cold hard cash are earned.
You know how to prove something is great? Take a stubborn, old school guy like me and have him change his tune seemingly overnight. That’s what happened this season, thanks mainly to the fine folks over at DraftKings, who are known for awarding people $1,000,000 to turn in a fantasy football lineup. Every week.
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…
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.
Flipping the calendar to November brings mixed emotions. On one side, you realize that the season is entering the back stretch. All those mock drafts, research and months of anticipation are a distant memory and the season is rapidly coming to an end, much too quickly.
It’s hard to believe that another NFL season has already reached the halfway point. Hopefully your fantasy football team is doing well and still has a legitimate shot at winning your league’s championship
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.
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Fortunately, there are always good options out there to help savvy fantasy owners survive the season’s worst bye. Let’s take a look at some unheralded players that might make good sleepers for Week 4.
With the Cardinals playing on Monday Night Football, we feel there’s no reason to gamble on the health of RB Andre Ellington, who recently had an MRI on his foot. Speculation persists that Ellington could miss a lengthy amount of time, but there’s no definitive word yet.