Fantasy Football Likes/Dislikes In an effort to aid you in your lineup-setting endeavors, I’ll be providing a weekly glimpse into my rankings; meaning, I’ll be highlighting players I like or dislike more compared to the expert consensus rankings as listed on FantasyPros.com or who I simply like or dislike for that given week. My ranking […]
With half of the NFL season under our belts, it’s essential to take a look at your cash game ROI from the the first half of the season. If you haven’t been profitable, you’ll need to take a closer look at your cash game goals.
Everyone loves reading about players with upside. Unheralded guys that make good value picks. Players that can be drafted with a reasonable expectation that the onfield results will exceed their draft expectations. And perhaps everyone's favorite preseason topic is guys that are going to be this season's top sleepers.
Along with a weekly article, I'll be maintaining this database and making it available for the public (premium members only) to consume every week during the 2016 season.
We are halfway - it’s gut check time. Are you in line for a playoff spot? Do you deserve it? Do you really have a chance to win your fantasy football league?
The winless Baltimore Ravens will look to kickstart their 2015 campaign on Thursday Night, as they travel to divisional rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers. Despite their 2-1 record, all is not rosy with the hosts, as they look to recover from the loss of their talismanic quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and keep their season afloat until he returns in about four to six weeks.
Tom Brady boasts a 30-13 record in the month of September, and a 5-2 regular season record against the Steelers with a 18-3 touchdown to interception ratio and a 331 passing yard average.
Pittsburgh Steelers fans (and fantasy fans) were licking their chops at the teams prospects for 2015. With Ben Roethlisberger signing a new contract, more or less assuring he finishes his career in black and gold, Le'Veon Bell recovering from the knee hyperextension that ruled him out of the Wildcard round of last seasons playoffs, and Antonio Brown, Martavis Bryant and even Markus Wheaton ready to roll, it wouldn't shock anyone if the Steelers did in fact achieve offensive coordinator Todd Haley's goal of 30 points a game in the coming season.
Whether you are a fan of the teams doing battle, have fantasy football or gaming implications, or you’re simply looking for creative ways to increase your alcohol intake during the Monday Night Football telecast, we've got you covered.
Barring an epic collapse, New England, Baltimore, Houston and Denver are about to run away with the division races. The final two playoff spots have eight teams within two games of each other. Here is a quick breakdown of the teams and their prospects for picking up one of those two Wild Card spots.
For any fantasy owners who lost a close match-up in week five after starting Ben Roethlisberger...you may be in for a pleasant surprise. The Elias Sports Bureau, official statistician of the National Football League has issued a stats correction on Wednesday. This change awards a 13-yard touchdown pass to Ben Roethlisberger on what had been a touchdown rush for Rashard Mendenhall in Sunday's game versus the Eagles.
Fantasy Football Stock Training camp has begun and even though it’s very early in the 2012 NFL season, there’s already plenty of newsworthy events and rumors for the savvy fantasy football owners to be aware of. As with any stock market, there will be highs and lows, good and bad. Here’s a look at some […]