A slice of the 2014 NFL season is finally in the rearview mirror and Week 2 has already begun. If you’re not happy with the lineup you’re putting forward after you got (or didn’t get) your waiver choices, let’s look at two guys who are free agents in most leagues but could produce like starters for you in Week 2.
Squeezing the Defense: Top Streaming Options for NFL Week 2 Whether it’s your college re-draft league, your intense dynasty team or daily tournaments, the golden rule in fantasy football is to never break the bank for a defense.
As the most volatile position in fantasy football, nearly every defense in the league is a viable starting option for a given week. In daily fantasy, creating new rosters and therefore selecting new defenses is the name of the game.
These are the type of players to try and acquire for your dynasty teams before the season starts. The price to get them, as well as their longevity may vary, but forming a solid foundation of fantasy points is a key to building a dynasty.
It seems that Dynasty trades have become increasingly harder to pull off and reasonable negotiations are non existent. What was once a staple activity in ANY type of fantasy football league, has now become almost a chore to some owner.
Get Dynasty Trade Advice from Zhan Mourning and Darren Collette from Gridiron Experts on what to do with rookie draft picks
There’s been seven head coaching changes in the NFL this offseason, and nearly two dozen coordinators having changed gigs. Not necessarily all that rare, but what can it mean for us fantasy football addicts?
I’m a big proponent of being as self reliant as possible in life. Many problems we may potentially face in our day to day living can be less impactful when certain precautions are taken ahead of time.
Jimmy Graham, Jordan Cameron and Julius Thomas… all names you want on your dynasty team. If you drafted one of them as a rookie, you know that feeling of nailing one of your picks with a high value player when they blowup.
The 2014 draft’s running back class has a number of intriguing fantasy options. By far, Bishop Sankey went into the best situation with the Titans. Although, I think the rookie in the best position for fantasy success is Terrance West.