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.
As most of Gridiron Experts members are on auto-pilot at this point in the season with strong playoff-bound records, I wanted to offer a little fantasy advice to keep your mind in the game as we approach the post season.
There comes a time in a man’s life, or a woman’s life, when a choice must be made… several choices in fact. Of course, I’m referring to the choices one makes regarding his/her fantasy football lineup. As is the case in real life, sometimes there are those who help us in the decision-making process.
Injuries and upsets have spawned more than few relevant waiver wire pickups as we enter week 12. If you have been able to dodge the injury bug in 2014, consider yourself incredibly lucky. With the fantasy playoffs nearing close teams need to be extra careful with what your fantasy bench
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.
With just one more week of byes after this, your team should be fairly close to its final form, minus one or two spots for the necessary waiver pick-ups. With that in mind, remember just how important week 11 and week 12 can be in a tight playoff race. Soon, everyone is going to be back at full strength.
A list of ten widely-available fantasy football sleepers who can pick up and use to help you dominate your fantasy football league in Week Eleven. A few players include Josh McCown, CJ Anderson, and more.
Over-drafting a defense or sticking with the same unit for an entire season is more like shooting yourself in the foot. With that approach, you’re simply not squeezing the position for all it’s worth.
Week eleven of the NFL season is now upon us. It feels like just last week we were sitting on our laptops drafting championship teams. Whether the team you built is first or last, the fantasy football playoffs are almost here. Here are five tips that will help you make a “playoff push.”
In most leagues, the trade deadline is fast approaching and soon trade offers will be flooding email boxes across America. A trade can make or break a team’s championship hopes with a click of “accept.” Below are players that I believe can aid your playoff run and help you get a fantasy football trophy to put on your mantle.
This week’s edition provides a couple of new faces and one face that was recently and graciously shaved. Per usual, there is one start recommendation and one sit recommendation for each of the three main positions in a fantasy football lineup.
The obsession with picking up fantasy options on the waiver wire is a weekly addiction. Unless Jordan Matthews, C.J. Anderson or one of the other top players are available, and you need them, we are advising all fantasy owners to take it easy with pickups this week.