If you’ve ever felt a painful knot in the depths of your stomach, one that gets tighter and tighter as the weeks of the fantasy season progress, there’s a good chance you’ve used a high draft selection on a fantasy “bust”.
With Greg Jennings gone to the Minnesota Vikings and Donald Driver retiring, a trio of wide receivers are left for Aaron Rodgers to pitch the pigskin to in 2013. The real key on draft day is drafting the Packers wide receiver that offers the best value…
After taking over for injured 49ers QB Alex Smith, Colin Kaepernick took the fantasy world by storm. Fresh off the bench Kaepernick combined for 2,029 total yards – 304 rushing – while scoring 13 total touchdowns over the final eight weeks of the regular season.
Arian Foster has finished as the first, fourth and third ranked overall fantasy scorer in each of his three seasons as a starter in Houston. In that time, he’s averaged over 1900 yards from scrimmage and just under 16 touchdowns a year.
Even if he was a second round pick, Giovani Bernard was the first RB off the board in the NFL Draft and that makes him one of the most interesting fantasy football rookie prospects.
All of the talk was squarely focused on wide receivers Tavon Austin and Cordarrelle Patterson coming into the 2013 NFL draft. Yet post draft, talk has been building around a player that I had rated number one at the receiver position, DeAndre Hopkins.
Most of us expected Alabama standout running back Eddie Lacy to be taken as the No. 1 running back in the 2013 NFL Draft. That title, however, now belongs to former Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell..
After a nightmare zone blocking scheme, the Oakland Raiders will get back to basics after naming veteran NFL assistant coach Greg Olson as offensive coordinator. Will this be the season we can finally trust the Raiders run game?
New Denver Bronco running back Montee Ball fantasy football 2013 preview. Arguably the top fantasy rookie prospect going into this year’s NFL season.
Gridiron Experts finally has fuel for the fire. We have all been waiting for the NFL Draft, and after our Day one NFL Draft grades article we decided to to cut right to the most interesting fantasy football names to take note of for our day 2 article.
In just three seasons C.J Spiller has already emerged as one of the league’s most explosive fantasy players. Of the top 10 leaders in rushing last season, Spiller (ranked 8th) had the fewest carries at 207. Check his fantasy preview for 2013
Blockbuster trades are a rarity in the National Football League. When Percy Harvin was traded prior to the start of free agency it rocked the fantasy football world. One of the most enigmatic wide receivers was moved from Minnesota to Seattle, bolstering a young offense…