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.
In case you missed it, Johnny Football™ is not himself when he’s hungry. SNICKERS® Satisfies. “Who’s got a pelvis?”
As the most volatile position in fantasy football, 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.
The Browns have been the focus of the off-season thanks to the media-latch onto Johnny Football, yet the team itself is not considered to be a contender to do anything.
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.
Fantasy High 5 is Gridiron Experts’ fantasy football group discussion article. This week our staff talk offseason value. Which fantasy players are on track to be a huge steal for owners? Which might be overrated?
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…
Cleveland Browns Tight End Jordan Cameron broke out in 2013. This season, he has a chance to approach the elite tier of fantasy football tight ends.
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.
Jimmy Graham, Jordan Cameron and Julius Thomas… all names you want on your dynasty team. If you drafted one of them as a rookie, you know that feeling of nailing one of your picks with a high value player when they blowup.
The 2014 draft’s running back class has a number of intriguing fantasy options. By far, Bishop Sankey went into the best situation with the Titans. Although, I think the rookie in the best position for fantasy success is Terrance West.