It goes football, turkey, more turkey, then Boxing Day shopping at my household. No, my family is not the “wait in line all night” people you see outside a Best Buy, we’re online shoppers. So, I guess technically we’re Cyber Monday shoppers -or whatever.
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.
While there are several schools of thought when it comes to drafting quarterbacks and tight ends for fantasy football purposes, a lot of people feel most comfortable addressing one or both of the positions early in the draft.
Remember last year when Bills’ OC Nate Hackett said they would be “running Spiller until he throws up”? This little comment caught fire, dug into the fantasy hive mind and lit the fuse under Spiller’s meteoric rise into the stratosphere of pre-season fantasy rankings.
In the wake of free agent moves and draft selections this offseason, a number of running backs find themselves atop an NFL depth chart for the first time. Whether these are familiar faces in new places, players getting expanded work with last year’s team, or rookies just entering the league…
There’s been seven head coaching changes in the NFL this offseason, and nearly two dozen coordinators having changed gigs. Not necessarily all that rare, but what can it mean for us fantasy football addicts?
While many people will take vacations or time off from numerous things during the summertime, there are plenty of story lines going on that are relevant for fantasy football purposes.
The NFL Draft brings a great deal of excitement to the fantasy football world, as we all try to determine the next big thing from this year’s rookie class.
Not every player can produce consistently every season, especially in the realm of fantasy football. Check out Zach Greubel’s Fantasy Football Regression article for 2014
Check out the Best and worst NFL Road teams over the last 10 years. Gridiron Experts Mike Rigz breaks down all NFL teams over a 3, 5 and 10 stretch.
NFL Fantasy Rookies The NFL Draft is in the rear-view mirror and fantasy drafts are on the horizon. Now that we know where these rookies will play, we can accurately forecast how to approach them. Some are more valuable in re-draft leagues, others in dynasty. This class had a ton of talented skill position players…
The ever-changing world of fantasy football doesn’t lend itself all that well to consistency, so players that have proven themselves reliable over a number of years can be all the more valuable.