Cam Newton Signs with Patriots One of the biggest – if not THE biggest storylines of the NFL offseason was where would Tom Brady be playing football for the 2020-2021 season. In a shocking turn of events, Brady chose to leave New England, the team that drafted him and won …
We are finally here. The last week of the regular season and the last week for fantasy football (except for post-season DFS of course). While many are basking in the glory of winning their fantasy football leagues, not all are finished yet. And for those brave crusaders, here are 10 sleepers for week 17.
For most fantasy football leagues, week 14 is officially playoffs time! And with injuries along top draft picks disappointing, those in the playoffs may need some miracles to help advance to the next round. Let’s take a look at some fantasy football sleepers for this week who could lift your team to victory and one step closer to league dominance.
As we approach week two now, fantasy football is in full swing. We have seen some injuries already that may have put several fantasy teams at risk. So, each week I will come out with 10 fantasy football sleepers who have solid match-ups that you may not be thinking about starting or even owning. Let’s get to it.
As we are in the heart of drafting season for fantasy football, there are always players who are drafted perhaps in the top 25 but have the potential to be a top 10-12 player instead. In this article, I will identify two players from each position (quarterback/running back/wide receiver/tight end) who I believe are prime candidates being drafted as a “two” or “three” at their position that could finish as a “one.”
After several months of back-and-forth and extremely unusual negotiations, Ryan Fitzpatrick has re-signed with the New York Jets. Considering the team would most likely have tried to replace him with Geno Smith, this is good news for the Jets playmakers. We’ll break it down a little bit further and look at all the fantasy football relevant players that will suit up for the Gang Green this upcoming season and where you should be targeting them in your re-draft league.