Fantasy Football Sleepers Week Two The first week of the fantasy football season is behind us and the NFL has once again thrown its faithful for a loop. From the Thursday night season opener in which the Kansas City Chiefs spoiled the New England Patriots’ perfect season, handing them their first Week 1 loss since 2014, […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers Week One Week 1 of the 2017 NFL season is approaching and it’s time to set your lineups. Hopefully, you checked out our own Phil Clark’s Week 1 Start’Em Sit’Em article from earlier in the week to help you with your decisions. However, if you’re a fantasy owner of a notable player who […]
Robby Anderson Fantasy Value Recently I was discussing “sleeper” candidates with a buddy of mine whom I’ve played fantasy football with for years. The normal names were flying around, guys like Jared Goff, Alvin Kamara, Paul Richardson, and Chris Conley were all mentioned. Except, when I threw out the name Robby Anderson, my favorite sleeper […]
Giving you a more in-depth look at the biggest storylines and impacts for Fantasy Football 2017 following the feeding frenzy that is Free Agency.
The biggest lesson you can learn playing dynasty fantasy football is that you CANNOT only rely on “young players.” Let me say it one more time but in a different way. To have a successful dynasty team, you should have veterans sprinkled through your roster to help stabilize and to create depth to your roster.
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.
Buy Low Sell High is created to help you find players at each position to either trade at a low price or sell high because you think the player's value has hit its peak.
Week 6 of the 2016 season features two teams with fantasy assets on both sides. The New York Jets (1-4) travel to Pheonix to take on the Arizona Cardinals (2-3).
After several months of back-and-forth and extremely unusual negotiations, Ryan Fitzpatrick has re-signed with the New York Jets. Considering the team would most likely have tried to replace him with Geno Smith, this is good news for the Jets playmakers. We’ll break it down a little bit further and look at all the fantasy football relevant players that will suit up for the Gang Green this upcoming season and where you should be targeting them in your re-draft league.
Brandon Marshall is the poster child for receiver consistency. Since 2007 Marshall has had five 100 reception seasons, 8 out of 9 years of 1,000 yards (The only reason not 9 of 9 was an injury plagued 2014), and four seasons of 10-plus touchdowns.
I have another five tasty matchups for your consumption this week and hopefully you are able to leverage them into some cash this weekend in DFS or a win in your season-long leagues. Let’s get to them!
There are many directions a players career can go when the winds of change blow. On one side of the coin, you have the likes of Randy Moss moving to the Patriots from Oakland following the 2007 season and amassing 1,493 receiving yards and 23 touchdowns. The following season and on the other side of the coin you have Roy Williams who was traded in the chilly Detroit winters for the Texas sun and caught 111 passes in four years in what was considered one of the worst trades in NFL history.