Randall Cobb Fantasy 2017 Randall Cobb was at one time quite a stud in fantasy football terms, and someone owners would kill to get into their lineups. Times sure have changed. As we slowly begin to turn our thoughts towards the 2017 season, I offer my thoughts as to why Cobb is a player you […]
Week 12 concludes with a primetime game featuring the Green Bay Packers (4-6) and the Philadelphia Eagles (5-5) as both teams look to head in the right direction for the home stretch of the season.
The last week for Buy Low Sell High because many leagues will have the trade deadline this week. So this article will be devoted to buying and selling the best players to help you win a fantasy football title.
When you get to this point in the regular season, you can get a better sense of what is fact and what is fiction. Maybe it’s that mindset that has the folks in Wisconsin losing sleep. They’ll need their rest on this short week because Brian Hoyer and the Bears are leaving their windy city for a Thursday night date in Lambeau with the Packers
Week 1 was full of close games with seven teams winning by 3 points or less. There were a ton of games that game right down to the wire, which made for an exciting albeit frustrating week. Before peaking at some Week 2 Best Bets, Upsets, and Over/Unders, we’ll look at how the trends and predictions worked out from Week 1.
In a report from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy is "fed up" with GM Ted Thompson's "unwillingness to take a chance and reinforce the roster with veteran players." McCarthy got little help from Thompson in 2015 outside of the five selections in last years NFL draft
The following are interesting fantasy football statistics for every NFL matchup for week 8 in the NFL
You know how to prove something is great? Take a stubborn, old school guy like me and have him change his tune seemingly overnight. That's what happened this season, thanks mainly to the fine folks over at DraftKings, who are known for awarding people $1,000,000 to turn in a fantasy football lineup. Every week.
For the second season in a row, the San Francisco 49ers and the Green Bay Packers will meet in the playoffs, and the Wild Card matchup this weekend will mark the third time that the teams have squared off in less than a year.
The Packers have a primo matchup with the NFL's worst secondary, but it's looking more and more like backup signal-caller Matt Flynn will once again be under center. Starter Aaron Rodgers reportedly looked good while taking first-team...
It seems like every week another top player goes down with an injury. In many cases these guys will be back on the field at some point, but the big question is when they will be ready to go back in your fantasy line-up?