The last week of the NFL regular season is here, which means it’s fantasy football championship week for some of you, Congrats!
Way to go, you made it to the Fantasy Football Championship week. We can’t for the life of us know why you would need waiver wire rankings this time of year, but we put together some players just in case.
If you’ve made it this far and are still alive in your quest to win that fantasy championship trophy, congratulations.
Jody Smith examines the Week 8 fantasy football waiver wire picks, with suggestions on how much of your budget to spend.
Check out the latest waiver wire week 11 pickups to help you win your fantasy matchup. Gridiron Experts recommends players from all positions.
Buy Low Sell High is created to help you find the best players at each position to either invest in at a low price or sell high because you think the players stock has hit its peak. It is Week 4 so now the byes start coming into play and the Wolf of Fantasy Football Wall Street is kicking it up a notch with Buy Low Sell High Week 4.
Welcome to the post-season.
Phase two of the fantasy football season is where mistakes are felt for weeks and victories advance you to the next round of the playoffs in hopes of hoisting your leagues championship trophy.
A change at QB can have a ripple effect on the players around him. Just look at how much Antonio Brown’s stock rises when Big Ben is in the game compared to Steeler backups QB’s Landry Jones or Mike Vick. A gunslinger’s favorite target can have a massive boost in fantasy, and the following is a breakdown of a few teams moving forward.
The tale of the season so far has been one of quarterback injuries, but Drew Brees made his triumphant return in Week 4. Brees put up a respectable 22-point performance on his way to crushing the dreams of Cowboys fans everywhere, and while he doesn’t look like he’s 100 percent healthy, he looks like an unquestionable QB1 moving forward.
Overlooking the importance of defense in fantasy football, whether it be daily or standard, is a crucial mistake that is often made when putting together ones final roster/lineup. For most fantasy owners, discussing and researching a team defense has never been a top priority. There is no sex appeal to a fantasy defense, yet every point matters when trying to obtain a win.