Week 16 in the NFL usually means it’s Fantasy Football league championship week! If you’re not playing for a chance to hoist your leagues Fantasy Trophy, then it’s likely you’re still playing for a side prize like most points for, a playoff loser bowl or next year’s first round pick.
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.
With the new season just mere hours away, last minute draft preparation goes into overdrive. Past performance can often be a good way of indicating future success, but don’t just expect the points players got in 2015 to magically make it on to your fantasy squad. Here are five studs from last season that, for one reason or another, will not be as successful this time around.
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 a lackluster Week 6, I promised a bounce-back effort in Week 7 and the PPR Sleepers delivered. While I was frustrated by the incomprehensible zero-catch-on-one-target performance from Dorial Green Beckham, several of last week’s picks came through in a big way.
NFL Fantasy Rookies The NFL Draft is in the rear-view mirror and fantasy drafts are on the horizon. Now that we know where these rookies will play, we can accurately forecast how to approach them. Some are more valuable in re-draft leagues, others in dynasty. This class had a ton