It included everything from hanging out with rappers in the nation’s capital, to multiple gang affiliation rumors, but finally, after a media semi-circus, free agent wide receiver DeSean Jackson has found a new home.
It’s a game where the running back position reigns supreme, and we as fantasy football degenerates are constantly after the next productive scoring hound…
Love him or hate him, Johnny Football is the most polarizing player in the 2014 NFL Draft class. Win or lose, he’s sure to put asses in the seats and at the end of the day, coed asses in the sheets. Manziel took the world by storm back in 2012…
How To Turn Around A Dynasty Team: A Strategy is everything in the popular series “Game of Thrones” and fantasy football is no different thanks to dynasty leagues.
Like wide receivers, the tight end position has become a premium in dynasty leagues. Once an elite level tight end is established, they are near impossible to acquire without over paying.
The wide receiver position has become a premium to stock-up on in dynasty leagues. In 2013, we saw several receivers post fantasy points in the thirties and forties. It is hard to say that for the RB’s or even some of the QB’s, so finding the next star at the receiver position
If you’re expecting me to hype up obvious guys like Gio Bernard and Le’Veon Bell, you might as well stop reading. However, if you are looking for some second year players that could turn into a Bernard or Bell in the future, then you’ve come to the right place.
This is the time of year that many fantasy players are taking a break from football and are moving onto other fantasy sports. However football is alive and well is the prime time of the year for dynasty fantasy football players.
As with every NFL Draft season, fantasy players will get giddy over the incoming crop of rookie talent. With nothing going on but draft talk, it is easy to get wrapped up in it. However, savvy dynasty owners know better than to think like that.
The NFL Draft process officially kicks off with the 2014 East-West Shrine Game on Saturday at 4 p.m. EST on the NFL Network. Don’t let it fool you, because while this game always seems to take a backseat to the Senior Bowl…