While most of this year’s column has focused on rarely-owned players with the potential for big weeks, this week’s article will focus on guys who might be on your bench, but should be in your lineup.
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Fantasy profile articles that focus on the value of an individual player or team in fantasy football
We’ve got a special two-for-one match-up breakdown this time! With Week 8 on the horizon and Week 7 in the books, everyone is struggling with bye weeks and injuries to some degree.
Gridiron Experts Mike Rigz and Jody Smith talk waiver wire gems and discuss Sunday action from the previous week along with hinting players to watch for moving forward.
The role of the running back in the NFL has changed dramatically over the last decade. In 2003, thirteen different NFL running backs carried the ball at least 300 times
Just when you thought you had your fantasy team somewhat figured out, the NFL schedule starts throwing bye weeks at you. Starting week four the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos and St. Louis...
Dennis Pitta underwent surgery to repair his dislocated right hip on Monday and is done for the season. If you were looking for someone to drop this week to pick up a bye week replacement player Dennis Pitta just became your guy.
Kirk Cousins was a popular waiver wire target last week following a significant injury to Robert Griffin III. After his performance in Week 3, Cousins’ fantasy ownership will almost certainly be on the rise again in the coming days. On the road in...
The surprisingly impressive Mark Ingram has been sidelined with a hand injury, so now the Saints will face the Vikings without their primary ground threat. This won’t be a job for just one back.
A list of Fantasy Football Busts thus far in the NFL. The 2014 NFL season is still only a few weeks in, but these Fantasy Busts haven't looked good
Most fantasy owners favorite NFL stat is the target, as it shows the quarterback's dedication to getting a player the ball. A high number of targets usually results in more catches, yards, and of course touchdowns.