Ebron is Gone After a tenuous tenure in Detroit, former first-round selection Eric Ebron has been released from the Lions. Ebron’s time with Detroit has not been all bad, however. He has shown some flashes of what scouts saw from his college tape. Ebron averaged over 500 receiving yards per year with
Eric Ebron Fantasy 2018 Ask 10 different Detroit Lions fans what they think about TE Eric Ebron, and you’re bound to get an even split down the middle. Half will say, “He’s still young. Give him a chance. He’s got all of the talent in the world and tight ends
This article also works great for those of you who are calling it a year and are looking for some DFS Sleepers for DraftKings or Fanduel. I would also suggest checking out our Week 17 Fantasy Football Rankings for more tips and advice.
Week 16 Fantasy Football Sleepers Last weekend might not have been the best time of the year to dive into the bag of tricks, but considering how advanced leagues are getting with multiple flex spots and the excessive number of big-name injuries in the NFL this season, finding a few
Overvalued Fantasy Options for 2017 Sure, July seems a tad early to be drafting, but fantasy football has become a year-round hobby and many drafts kick off as early as May. Analysts and hobby insiders have been busy drafting for months, so by the time the Scott Fish Bowl arrives
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.
Like in week eight, there is another SIX teams on bye this week. And with the fantasy season more than half-way done, owners will need to make sure they have the right players in their line-up if they want any chance at the playoffs. With that, here are ten fantasy football sleepers in week nine.
Here are my Start ‘Em and Sit ‘Em recommendations for Week 5. As always, no space will be devoted to elite players that you should already be planning to deploy. Instead, the focus will remain on the Start and Sit options that are more uncertain. Enjoy the games, and good luck this week.
Tight ends in fantasy football are an interesting conundrum. If they have a great week, it can put your team over the top against your opponent. However, if they’re a dud for that week, it is still possible to win your matchup depending on how well your other positions performed, but it’s not easy. Getting production from the Tight End position in fantasy football should not be overlooked. Consistency is what you want, and finding late round Tight End gems that can produce solid numbers every week should be the goal.
The calendar has turned to summer and fantasy football drafts and mock drafts are all the rage. Enough of these have already been established that there is ample room to analyze what other fantasy owners think about the upcoming 2014 season.