With the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine in the rearview, the main focus of the NFL and fantasy football universe is on the March 14 start of the new league year, which is now just days away. At 4 pm Wednesday, all unfinished business that includes lingering trade agreements and expiring contracts will be settled.
Start’Em Sit’Em Week 16 If you are in the process of analyzing which players to depend on for your Week 16 lineups, then you are to be congratulated. Because you are now being rewarded for your extensive preparation through both the draft process and the regular season while managing to thrive despite the numerous hurdles […]
This article was written in 2017, Read the latest Start Sit Article HERE NFL Start Sit Week 7 Many of you are approaching the halfway mark in your quest to qualify for the fantasy postseason, while those of you who begin your playoffs in Week 13 have essentially progressed to that point. […]
Patriots coach Bill Belichick has confounded fantasy football players with his running back usage for as long as he’s been in Foxboro. The seven-time Super Bowl winning coach has a propensity to use a rotating cast of players in his team’s backfield. With the recent off-season additions of Rex Burkhead and Mike Gillislee, it seems as though the Patriots will continue to confound fantasy owners that are audacious enough to rely on a Patriots running back. That’s where I come in. I’ve sifted through plenty of research in an effort to forecast just how each Patriots running back will be used this season – as well as what fantasy value they will possess.
Dion Lewis, who tore his ACL in Week 9 of the 2015 season, will have to have a second surgery on his knee and is expected to be placed on the PUP/reserve list. That move will mean that Lewis should miss the first six games of the 2016 NFL season.
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.
We are halfway - it’s gut check time. Are you in line for a playoff spot? Do you deserve it? Do you really have a chance to win your fantasy football league?