Are your buddies not offering enough of a challenge in your annual fantasy football league? Is the thrill of beating Bob from Accounting in your work league starting to lose its luster? Do you think you have what it takes to compete against the best in the business?
The third-year wide receiver breakout theory has been around in fantasy football circles for as long as I can remember. The logic is sound enough, as rookie receivers over the years have not typically been asked to step into a starting role
Anchorman is one of my favorite movies. Great characters, immensely quotable, and one of those films that I just never get tired of watching. I’ve used Anchorman references in my fantasy football team names many times over the last decade.
T.Y. Hilton burst onto the fantasy scene in 2012 with an 861-yard, seven-touchdown rookie campaign for the Colts. That production has Hilton rated by many as a top-35 fantasy wide receiver ahead of the 2013 season