For FanDuel tournaments, we need our guys to reach 3x their salary (for example, Jay Ajayi is $7,100 this week and would need to score 21.3 FanDuel points to justify his usage).
With two weeks of the season gone, patterns have already begun to emerge in the world of Fantasy Football. While it's fair to say that not every player is where the world would have expected them to be from a fantasy point of view (I don't think many people thought Kelvin Benjamin would be WR1 after two games), there are a few big name Fantasy studs that are really starting to worry their owners. I take a look at some of the most prominent, and offer my thoughts as to how you should handle these "stars" moving forward.
By now you've read 20 of these articles and they all seem equally outrageous. But here is a list of 10 bold predictions that could actually come true.
With a new fantasy football season just around the corner, it is worth noting that a whole host of new faces are about to enter the NFL. Whether they were drafted early on day one, or had to wait for a call from a team only after Mr. Irrelevant was chosen to sign as an undrafted free agent, change is very much afoot. With all of these new faces, it can be easy to get confused as to which newbies deserve our focus for this upcoming fantasy season.
Based on the recent history of breaking player news developing at an often excruciatingly slow pace, Monday's news that much-maligned Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon would be reinstated came across as a shock to the NFL and fantasy football community.
For those of you who have never participated in a Draft Champions format, it is a unique and exciting way to participate in Fantasy Football. The "Best Ball" lineup format allows for the management of your roster to be no hassle with a low level of frustration over lineup decisions. Best ball means you automatically receive your optimal starting lineup each week after the scores are complete and there are no player claims allowed.
It is easy to speculate which rookies will take the fantasy world by storm after the combine, but until the chips fall into place on Draft Day the fantasy picture doesn't quite come into focus. Many labeled this class weak overall, but I'm starting to see more talent than people realize.
The Cleveland Browns selection of Corey Coleman in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft marked the first time the team had used so high a pick on a wideout for 11 years.
The countdown to the 2016 NFL draft is closer than you think. This will be the 81st annual meeting of NFL franchises to select newly eligible football players and the big day is scheduled for Thursday, April 28, and will end on Saturday, April 30. I've been asked to take on Gridiron Experts second NFL Mock Draft, here's goes!
Every fantasy football scout, especially in PPR leagues, are dying to know who is the best wide receiver rookie in this 2016 NFL draft class. I hope to tackle this question with my latest piece.
Gridiron Experts Austin Gayle takes an early stab at our first NFL Mock Draft of the season. With help from Draft Charge Network videos, this 2016 Mock Draft is with filled with many fantasy tips and highlights for all you offseason fantasy scouts.