Dallas Cowboys Fantasy Preview At the end of the 2019 fantasy football season, one of the top offenses in the league was the Dallas Cowboys. They had a quarterback who finished as QB2 (Dak Prescott), a running back who finished as RB3 (Ezekiel Elliott), two top-24 wide receivers (Amari Cooper, 10th and Michael Gallup, 22nd) […]
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. […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers Week Four Another week into the 2017 fantasy football season, another week of diverse names amongst the overall fantasy scoring leaders. Nine of the top 15 most productive fantasy players from Week 3 were quarterbacks. Aside from the four notable names that we are accustomed to seeing this high that include Tom Brady (1), […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers Week Two The first week of the fantasy football season is behind us and the NFL has once again thrown its faithful for a loop. From the Thursday night season opener in which the Kansas City Chiefs spoiled the New England Patriots’ perfect season, handing them their first Week 1 loss since 2014, […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers Week One Week 1 of the 2017 NFL season is approaching and it’s time to set your lineups. Hopefully, you checked out our own Phil Clark’s Week 1 Start’Em Sit’Em article from earlier in the week to help you with your decisions. However, if you’re a fantasy owner of a notable player who […]
An Early Look at Fantasy Draft Values Now that all 32 teams are on the field practicing for another NFL season, it’s time for fantasy football owners to ramp up their own season preparation. This is the time of year where smart fantasy footballers are monitoring daily news, training camp battles, and paying attention to […]
SFB7 Mock Draft It takes a lot to win a fantasy league, but there are three key factors: a good draft, good health and good luck. Fortunately, these factors were on my side in the SFB480 last year en route to a fifth-place finish. The Scott Fish Bowl is a mammoth league of more than […]
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.
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.
Calling all owners who feel like they need a trade but aren't sure where to begin: let's get it done this week. See what others are doing and asking.
If Player X had 200 yards receiving while Player Y only had 100 yards then the first player clearly had more yards. But if Player Y produced 100 yards running just 30 routes as opposed to 60, is production from Player Y not more impressive?