We are finally here. The last week of the regular season and the last week for fantasy football (except for post-season DFS of course). While many are basking in the glory of winning their fantasy football leagues, not all are finished yet. And for those brave crusaders, here are 10 sleepers for week 17.
The last week of the NFL regular season is here, which means it's fantasy football championship week for some of you, Congrats!
Week 16 in the NFL usually means it's Fantasy Football league championship week! If you're not playing for a chance to hoist your leagues Fantasy Trophy, then it's likely you're still playing for a side prize like most points for, a playoff loser bowl or next year's first round pick.
Just two weeks left in the regular season! Don’t forget that this week’s main slate is on Saturday due to Christmas. If you’re playing cash games on DraftKings, your goal for each player on your roster should be to score three times his salary.
Happy Holidays Folks! Christmas is near so everyone is spreading that holiday cheer, right? Well, maybe not in Philadelphia. Eagle fans, after all, are the people responsible for pelting Santa with snowballs. In between the sidelines, this Thursday night may not be the best example of holiday cheer either when the Giants head into the city of brotherly love to take on the Eagles.
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.
The Carolina Panthers and the Washington Redskins face off on Monday night at FedEx Field in what will likely turn into a shoot out.
In daily fantasy football, it is essential to find value for your lineups. If we want to be able to afford the top dollar names like Matt Ryan and Antonio Brown, we’ll inevitably need to balance our lineup with less expensive players who provide upside.
This week Thursday night football may not pack the marquee punch that fans are looking for but there is still a bit of intrigue. For the Rams, it will be seeing how the team will respond after the recent firing of head coach Jeff Fisher. Opposing them will be the Seahawks who are leading their division but coming off of their worst loss of the season.