The college football season is almost over, and the 2017 NFL draft will be here before we know it (April 27, 2017). Which means, we can finally start diving into who will be entering the draft and our expectations of those Fantasy prospects.
Week 13's edition of Monday Night Football features two teams with records below .500. Despite their record, the Indianapolis Colts (5-6) have a chance to stay in the playoff race for the AFC South. The New York Jets (3-8) on the other hand, are well out of contention.
Just because you won't be able to hoist your league's Fantasy Football Trophy in the air, doesn't mean you can't still win some cash playing fantasy this season.
Since it's the holiday season and the fantasy playoffs are either here or right on the horizon, it seemed like a good time to bring back the fearless forecast for Week 13.
Opportunity Index: Week 13 Recapping Results from Week 12 After each week this season I will dive into my Opportunity Index data and use it to analyze which committee running back you want to own, which wide receiver is due for positive (or negative) regression, which tight ends are in the best positions to succeed, etc. But first, if […]
If you want to win a large-field tournament on FanDuel, it’s nearly a requirement to have a correlated stack in your lineup.
If you asked me, Jeff Fisher getting fired is the least surprising news possible. He was the king mediocrity.
It’s an interesting week in NFL DFS, with zero teams on bye and six teams playing on Thanksgiving. Regardless, your cash game goals should still remain the same.
Blame it on the matchups or blame it on the color rush uniforms, but the rumor mill has been swirling. Over the last few days, The fate of Thursday night football has been brought into question. According to reports, talks will begin on if they should scale back or entirely scrap the Thursday night contests.