Fantasy Regression

Fantasy Regression: 5 Studs Who Won’t Repeat This Season

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.

Fantasy Football Bust

10 Fantasy Football Busts in 2016

Everyone loves reading about players with upside. Unheralded guys that make good value picks. Players that can be drafted with a reasonable expectation that the onfield results will exceed their draft expectations. And perhaps everyone’s favorite preseason topic is guys that are going to be this season’s top sleepers.

Super Bowl Preview

Super Bowl XLIX Prediction

When you look at the Super Bowl match-up, the first thing that jumps out at you might be the similarities between these two teams. Marshawn Lynch and LeGarrette Blount are both powerful backs that can pop long runs. The secondary for each team is elite. Each QB has the potential to dominate a game.

Fantasy Football

5 Veteran WR’s With More Fantasy Value Than You Think

Fantasy owners are always looking for the next big thing. Whether it be finding undervalued gems through Fantasy Football Rankings or scouting up and coming rookies, it’s good to remember some of the more established players can be had at a discount on draft day.

Seahawks WRs

Seahawks’ Receiving Corps: Famously Vanilla?

The most important part of the Seahawks’ passing game is the defensive line. That’s right, you heard me. I don’t give a rip if Russell Wilson is throwing to Harvin, Tate, Jermaine Kearse, Doug Baldwin, or Jiminy Cricket. It doesn’t matter. The Superbowl is a perfect example of why.