The Oakland Raiders made one of the biggest splash hires coming out of the 2017 NFL Season, hiring Jon Gruden as their next head coach. Gruden was formerly the head coach of the Raiders from 1998-2001 and of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2002-2007, where he won one Super Bowl.
Gird your loins, folks. This list of disappointing Fantasy Football busts from the 2017 season may cause nausea, anger, dizziness and even insomnia. If you made it to the playoffs with any of these fellas on your roster, you must have had a robust supporting cast. Players who were suspended or seriously were omitted.
Start’Em Sit’Em Week 12 We are now beginning the planning process for Week 12. Which of course means that many of you have just two games remaining before your fantasy playoffs will begin. If your teams have already clinched a coveted spot in the postseason, then you are to be
This article was written in 2017, click to read our Week 4 Start’em Sit’em for 2018 Start’em Sit’em Week 4 With three weeks of game action now complete, there are currently seven quarterbacks that have passed for over 800 yards, while eight signal callers have generated at
Corey Davis: Titanic Fantasy Upside Any time I evaluate a receiving prospect I consider multiple factors. Many analysts look at production, others calculate the metrics, and some study the film. I weight it all. Each player needs to be analyzed outside of the box. If the numbers told the whole story, we
Football returns to Mexico City as the Houston Texans (6-3) and the Oakland Raiders (7-2) travel south for Monday Night Football. Both teams led their division and are looking to separate themselves from the pack. Both teams have a chance to put multiple games between them and their division opponents.
The Jimmy Garoppolo era got off to a nice start and the Patriots offense looked quite similar to the unit usually commanded by Tom Brady. Even without Dion Lewis and Rob Gronkowski, Garoppolo was able to move the ball well, focusing on short passes to Edelman and taking shots downfield to Chris Hogan.
One of the ways to begin researching for fantasy football drafts is to gauge the value of players based on their average draft position (ADP). The purpose of this writing is to offer five players who, subjectively and in no particular order, should be drafted lower than their current ADPs, according to numbers taken from fantasyfootballcalculator.com as of 7/3/16.
When it comes to fantasy football productivity, the following four position groups should be ranked high on your board, as potential opportunities it will present themselves as these players are in a postion for success.
After years in the doldrums, the Oakland Raiders took the first steps back to relevance in 2015, finishing with a 7-9 record. Now, with the AFC West in a state of flux, a solid go at free agency and another year under quarterback Derek Carr, the Silver and Black could be ready to press on this year. One of the key weapons in their progression could very well be tight end Clive Walford, and his second year break out could be great news for fantasy owners.