Week 6 NFL Fantasy Sleepers The definition of what a Fantasy Football Sleeper is, really depends on the type of owner you are, and the type of fantasy league you’re in. For the extent of this article series, I’m going to suggest players that you might not be considering for
Deep Sleeper Wide Receivers If you’ve read the first installment of my “Deep Sleepers to Target in 2017” series, which focused on the running back position, you’ll know what to expect below. However, if you’ve missed it, click the link above and check it out. If you don’t have the time right
Bounce Back Fantasy Football Candidates Everyone loves a good comeback story. They give us hope that no situation is too much for us to return from. In the late 90’s and 2000s, Robert Downey Jr. disappeared from the public eye in the midst of jail time, probation, and rehabilitation. Now,
After a disappointing 2016 season marred by injury, the Arizona Cardinals seem confident that John Brown can return to something like his best in 2017. But regarding fantasy football, is John Brown’s best worth having on your fantasy team?
We are finally here. The last week of the regular season and the last week for fantasy football (except for post-season DFS of course). While many are basking in the glory of winning their fantasy football leagues, not all are finished yet. And for those brave crusaders, here are 10 sleepers for week 17.
For most fantasy football leagues, week 14 is officially playoffs time! And with injuries along top draft picks disappointing, those in the playoffs may need some miracles to help advance to the next round. Let’s take a look at some fantasy football sleepers for this week who could lift your team to victory and one step closer to league dominance.
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).
Even though we’ve only experienced a small portion of the regular season, we now have two weeks’ worth of game action from which to examine targets, red zone usage, snap counts, x-y-z deployment, defensive inside and outside vulnerabilities, shadow coverage, career splits, and the massive assemblage of other statistics that we combine with video, to provide the foundation of our analysis at The Gridiron Experts. Which includes the recommendations that you will find in this Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em Week 3 article.
NFL.com Playoff Challenge Start’em Sit’em The key to the NFL.com Playoff Challenge is to pick the two teams you expect to make the Super Bowl and ride or die with them. The double, triple and quadruple point multipliers are worth the zero point efforts in Week 1. In 2013, I
By now it’s safe to say that everyone reading this is quite certain to have heard about Draftkings and other daily fantasy sites. Despite the recent controversies, daily fantasy sports remain immensely popular and continue to grow each and every day- at least in the states where it’s legal.