Playoff time always presents a unique challenge for daily fantasy football addicts. Crafting a lineup is hard enough during the regular season, now you’re strapped creating a roster using just four games in the divisional round without every match-up even providing viable fantasy opportunity.
Thank you all for reading these weekly Start/Sit columns throughout the year. It’s been a fun season and I hope you’ve benefited from the content that’s been provided, including Waiver Wire pickups. Best of luck in Week 16; have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Either your fantasy football team(s) is one week away from the postseason or your postseason has already begun. Picking who to start and sit is more crucial than it has been all season. So without further ado, here are Week 15’s Start’em Sit’em players. Good luck!
It’s crunch time! Either your fantasy football team(s) is one week away from the postseason or your postseason has already begun. Picking who to start and sit is more crucial than it has been all season, so is visiting the Waiver Wire Pickups.
What back problems? Tony Romo threw a season-high four touchdowns Sunday night versus the New York Giants. He was heavily aided by a buttress of an offensive line, especially during the game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter.
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.
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.
Gridiron Experts Week 10 Start’em Sit’em piece has a few familiar names that we’re recommending you bench and a couple surprises we recommend you start.
Last week’s Start’em Sit’em weekly article had way more hits than misses and fans are dying to see who Zach and Jason have in this week’ column. Fantasy owners needing a big win to keep them on track for a playoff contention need to remember to start their studs and go with their gut with tough choices in the clutch.
Fantasy Football Start’em Sit’em for week 8 in the NFL. This weekly articles talks about all the potential starts and sits that fantasy owners should debate
Last week’s Start’em Sit’em weekly article was filled with great calls. With every passing NFL week our staff begin to zero in on this wacky season, sniffing out the very best starts and sits for your fantasy team.
The Fantasy Football season isn’t even at the half way point yet the stakes are getting higher with every passing week. Wins are important throughout the NFL bye weeks and fantasy owners need to remain calm throughout the bumpy road ahead.