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.
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.
I’m not going to lie to you. With Baltimore, Los Angeles, Miami, the Giants, Pittsburgh, and San Francisco all sitting out in Week 8, the viable streaming options are dramatically reduced compared to what we have enjoyed to this point in the 2016 season. But there are still noteworthy plays and options with sneaky fantasy appeal. We’ll get through this together.
Week 7 is set to conclude with a Monday Night Football matchup between the Houston Texans and the Denver Broncos as both teams look to get to 5-2.
[the_ad id=”58837″]After 14 mostly mediocre seasons of their franchise’s existence, the Houston Texans kicked off the first day of the 2016 NFL free agency signing period with a couple of statement moves. By signing quarterback Brock Osweiler and running back Lamar Miller to lucrative, multi-year contracts, the Texans are telling their fans, and the rest of the NFL […]
As the most important player on the football field, quarterbacks are usually the highest paid members of their respective squads. Even backup signal-callers can earn handsome salaries in today’s offensive-led game.
A change at QB can have a ripple effect on the players around him. Just look at how much Antonio Brown's stock rises when Big Ben is in the game compared to Steeler backups QB's Landry Jones or Mike Vick. A gunslinger's favorite target can have a massive boost in fantasy, and the following is a breakdown of a few teams moving forward.