In the world of fantasy football, there’s obviously so many different types of fantasy leagues that it can be hard to pick a favorite. For me, a personal favorite has to be two or three-player keeper leagues. While these keeper leagues are done in many different ways, today we’re going to take a look at the type of league where you have to give up the pick from the year before in order to keep that specific player.
Fantasy Football Advice: Enough time has now passed for you to know where your strengths and weaknesses are. You know who your go-to fantasy starters are, and have a weekly trusted core of guys….
If you’re playing cash games on DraftKings, then your goal for each player on your roster should be to score three times his salary. For example, Adrian Peterson is $7,600 on DraftKings this week. For Peterson to score three times his salary, he would need to produce 22.8 points (7.600 x 3).
We’re going to define some sources of hype so that you can get off the tracks in time to avoid getting bowled over by the hype train.
Our brains are wired to make quick subconscious judgements within nanoseconds and it takes a lot of time and proof to overturn our initial reactions to people and situations. Sometimes those judgments come in handy like when a ball is flying at your head, but sometimes those reactions create a false bias that takes a long time to overturn. Here are some players that can offer up some nice value because of some poor early impressions that are suppressing their ADPs.
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The wait for the fantasy football playoffs is just about over. Only the top tier of teams make it to this level and there is cause for celebration if you are one of them. However, your work is not done.
Week eleven of the NFL season is now upon us. It feels like just last week we were sitting on our laptops drafting championship teams. Whether the team you built is first or last, the fantasy football playoffs are almost here. Here are five tips that will help you make a “playoff push.”
Things are going to get worse before they get better. We are seeing more big names go down with injuries, and the bye weeks haven’t even started to disrupt our lineups. Check out Mike Rigz’s waiver wire advice article
If you think that every NFL weekend will be an explosion of fantasy points you either haven’t been playing fantasy football long enough or have been playing too much Madden this summer.