Week 9 of Monday Night Football has a lot of fantasy implications as the Buffalo Bills travel to take on the Seattle Seahawks.
As we approach week two now, fantasy football is in full swing. We have seen some injuries already that may have put several fantasy teams at risk. So, each week I will come out with 10 fantasy football sleepers who have solid match-ups that you may not be thinking about starting or even owning. Let's get to it.
In daily fantasy football, it's essential to find value for your lineups. If we want to be able to afford the top dollar names like Aaron Rodgers and Julio Jones, we’ll inevitably need to balance our lineup with less expensive players who provide upside. There are certain value thresholds that we need from these players in order to cash in, and more importantly, win tournaments and larger leagues.
Growing up is much like building a fantasy roster. At first, you see all of the things you want, and then as time goes on, you realize you can't have all of those nice things. Unless you're a Kardashian or a Trump, of course. Before a draft, you have your high-end targets that you want to land, but so does everyone else.
Congratulations! You have persevered through these excruciating months without football. While free agency, the NFL Draft, OTAs, mini-camps, and the opening of training camps helped during the void, what we really want is for Week 1 of the regular season to begin. As that anticipation of true football bliss continues, we have now undergone a welcome shift toward having actual preseason activity from which to shape our analysis.
The obvious answer to whether Thomas Rawls and Christine Michael or any of the three recently drafted running backs the Seahawks just added through the NFL Draft will split carries for the 2016 season goes as follows
Patience, is the state of endurance under difficult circumstances, which can mean persevering in the face of delay or provocation without acting on annoyance/anger in a negative way; or exhibiting forbearance when under strain, especially when ...