Fanduel NFL Picks Week 4 The Week 4 Fanduel slate is star-studded. Lamar Jackson ($9,600), Russell Wilson ($9,000), and Patrick Mahomes ($8,700) sit atop the quarterback pricing. You have your pick of touch kings at RB with Ezekiel Elliott leading the way at ($9,000). And Michael Thomas ($8,800) looks like he will be making his […]
Fanduel NFL Picks Week 2 It was Davante Adams or bust for many DFS lineups. Adams kicked off his campaign for the overall WR1 crown with 34.6 Fanduel points. Now with Michael Thomas out, Adams has one less hurdle. For my Fanduel NFL Picks Week 2 edition, I will suggest one chalk player, some other […]
The most uncertain and perhaps strangest offseason in NFL history is thankfully almost over. In just under a week at Arrowhead Stadium, the defending-champion Chiefs will host Deshaun Watson and the Texans in the first game of the 2020 season. There’s still time before that game gets underway, and before you lock in those Week […]
I can’t believe the start of the NFL season is only a few days away. With everything going on in the world, the football season is quickly sneaking upon us. Limited training camps and no preseason games can make it difficult to prepare yourself for this years’ draft. But, don’t worry, we here at Gridiron […]
Dallas Cowboys 2017 Recap Year after year the expectations in Dallas are Super Bowl or bust, and year after year since 1996 they’ve failed to meet that goal. The 2017 Cowboys, of course, were no different. In 2016 they finished the regular season 13-3 before getting bounced in the Divisional Round of the playoffs by Green […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers Week Four Another week into the 2017 fantasy football season, another week of diverse names amongst the overall fantasy scoring leaders. Nine of the top 15 most productive fantasy players from Week 3 were quarterbacks. Aside from the four notable names that we are accustomed to seeing this high that include Tom Brady (1), […]
Blame it on the matchups or blame it on the color rush uniforms, but the rumor mill has been swirling. Over the last few days, The fate of Thursday night football has been brought into question. According to reports, talks will begin on if they should scale back or entirely scrap the Thursday night contests.
2016 was supposed to be Tony Romo's year. The Dallas Cowboys added Ezekiel Elliott to their offense with the fourth overall pick in the draft. They had the league's No. 1 ranked offensive line and a borderline-elite wideout in Dez Bryant returning. Plus, a serviceable defense that could keep a game close. However, the landscape of the Cowboys, and perhaps, Romo's career was turned upside down on one play in the preseason.
Probably one of the roughest weeks to get a grasp on during the fantasy football season is the week of Thanksgiving. Three games are being played on Thursday, games on Sunday and don't forget the Monday night game. This is a ton of pressure to put on owners and to top it off there were a lot of notable injuries in Week 11 and your fantasy playoffs are right around the corner.
We have reached the midpoint of what has been an NFL season full of surprises. With every team having already played at least seven games, the picture for award season is rounding into shape and becoming clearer by the day.
We’ve all heard the commercials. Daily Fantasy Sports outlets like FanDuel and DraftKings allow us to take any player we want on any given week. Therefore, unlike our season long leagues, we can use a player in one week and never have to use them again.
Just because a Fantasy player is owned in virtually every fantasy league you know of, it is no guarantee that they’ll be earning their spot week in, week out.