Fantasy Football Free Agency What a time to be alive (let’s stay positive, people). Free agency and the new league year are upon us. Teams are making moves and using up salary cap like nobody’s bidness (is that how the cool kids spell it?). Ergo, I jotted down some quick …
With the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine in the rearview, the main focus of the NFL and fantasy football universe is on the March 14 start of the new league year, which is now just days away. At 4 pm Wednesday, all unfinished business that includes lingering trade agreements and expiring contracts will be settled.
Your fantasy draft has progressed beyond the initial rounds, and you have decided to target a tight end with your next selection. There have been no surprises to this point in the draft process, as Rob Gronkowski, Travis Kelce, Jordan Reed, and Greg Olsen were the first four tight ends …
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.
After years in the doldrums, the Oakland Raiders took the first steps back to relevance in 2015, finishing with a 7-9 record. Now, with the AFC West in a state of flux, a solid go at free agency and another year under quarterback Derek Carr, the Silver and Black could be ready to press on this year. One of the key weapons in their progression could very well be tight end Clive Walford, and his second year break out could be great news for fantasy owners.
Week 10 is nearly upon us, and both the real and fantasy seasons are beginning to shape up nicely. With so much riding on each and every match up, I offer an interesting tidbit from every single match that help determine how those clashes will turn out, and maybe help your team get over in your upcoming games.
When it comes to fantasy football it’s a lot easier to love players than hate them, especially when you’re coming off OTAs where we are constantly shoveled the usual tropes such as, “[insert formerly injured player] is 100% healthy and has never felt better,” or “[insert veteran player] is in the best shape of his life.” How about my favorite, “Alex Smith is ready to start throwing more deep balls.”