Before the Bills stepped foot on the field last season, they prioritized upgrading the weapons around second-year quarterback Josh Allen. John Brown’s field-stretching abilities and Cole Beasley’s experienced hands were added in free agency. The Bills infused more talent into their roster by taking now second-year players Dawson Knox and Devin Singletary in last year’s […]
The biggest lesson you can learn playing dynasty fantasy football is that you CANNOT only rely on “young players.” Let me say it one more time but in a different way. To have a successful dynasty team, you should have veterans sprinkled through your roster to help stabilize and to create depth to your roster.
Week 13's edition of Monday Night Football features two teams with records below .500. Despite their record, the Indianapolis Colts (5-6) have a chance to stay in the playoff race for the AFC South. The New York Jets (3-8) on the other hand, are well out of contention.
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.
The NFL preseason is underway which can only mean that fantasy drafts are happening daily. Some folks are just cracking open a magazine for the first time this season, while others are tinkering with their rankings over a cup of coffee for the umpteenth time. During your brief or thorough research process, you really start to develop opinions on players and philosophies. It starts as cautious optimism, but can quickly turn into stubborn passion. These thoughts coming to fruition or failing miserably will represent the difference between hosting fantasy football gold at season's end or becoming the basement dweller in your league of record. I’m no different and I have a couple of thoughts of my own on how this season will...
Even the definition of a Colt contradicts Frank Gore: A colt is a young male horse, in particular, one less than four years old. The irony is that the average NFL running back only lasts four years in the league, but not Frank.
Despite his lack of fantasy value this upcoming season, everyone fully expects Frank Gore to be the immediate starter for the Colts this season.
This Thursday sees the AFC South Houston Texans host their divisional rival Indianapolis Colts, in a clash between two teams currently trending in opposite directions. After starting the season 0-2 for the second consecutive year, the Colts have won their last two games (both divisional opponents) and find themselves at 2-2, while the Texans are 1-3 after four games and in danger of spiralling out of contention thanks to a misfiring and uninspiring offense.
Taken in a vacuum, Josh Robinson has fallen into an ideal spot for both his own career and his fantasy prospects. Drafted in the 6th round by the Indianapolis Colts, Robinson finds himself on one of the most talent packed offenses in the entire NFL. This unit is one that every fantasy owner should look to own at least one piece of, and with him going undrafted in most mock drafts the rookie could offer some real value, especially if you missed out earlier on.
Have you ever wondered how your favorite NFL players train for the upcoming season? A high percentage of NFL players are adding mixed martial arts training or MMA to their offseason workout regime. Football is a sport filled with alpha males that are constantly trying to gain a competitive advantage.
The San Francisco 49ers opened training camp last week with one the deepest stable of running backs in the NFL, but over the weekend that group was thinned out considerably.
San Francisco vs. Seattle was the logical conclusion to the NFC. These teams mirror each other so well that they seemed destined to meet in the playoffs. Each team has its elite defense, young mobile QB,