Week 16 in the NFL usually means it's Fantasy Football league championship week! If you're not playing for a chance to hoist your leagues Fantasy Trophy, then it's likely you're still playing for a side prize like most points for, a playoff loser bowl or next year's first round pick.
The Denver Broncos claimed RB Justin Forsett off waivers from the Lions on Monday, and Fantasy owners are curious to what if any Fantasy value he holds moving forward.
Though the Baltimore Ravens opted to give Terrance West more carries against the Buffalo Bills last week, veteran Justin Forsett walked off the field as the Ravens’ leading contributor out of the backfield with 10 carries for 41 yards and three receptions for 15 yards.
Some of your potential options will enter training camp with their roles at least somewhat unresolved. As a result, a handful of critical camp battles will determine the value of these potentially impactful players, which will alter the current fantasy landscape.
Baltimore Ravens Forming a Running Back Committee with Addition of Kenneth Dixon In an effort to create a committee of dynamic ball carriers in their backfield, the Baltimore Ravens added former Louisiana Tech running back Kenneth Dixon to an already loaded backfield that includes Justin Forsett and sophomore Javorius “Buck” Allen. Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome […]
No team placed more players on the season-ending injured reserved list in 2015 than the Baltimore Ravens. Six of these players were week-one starters on the offensive side of the ball.
What do we do about Matt Forte? What should we make of Dez Bryant's return to stardom? Is Darren McFadden for real? Read on for answers.
The winless Baltimore Ravens will look to kickstart their 2015 campaign on Thursday Night, as they travel to divisional rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers. Despite their 2-1 record, all is not rosy with the hosts, as they look to recover from the loss of their talismanic quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and keep their season afloat until he returns in about four to six weeks.
Forsett was easily the must-have waiver claim of the year, and was rostered league wide by week 2 of the fantasy season. Those who picked up the seven year veteran were rewarded with solid fantasy production all season. Of course, due to his surprise early performance, fantasy owners found themselves unsure about Forsett's value ROS (rest of the season), and even debated on whether they should make him trade bait early after the first month and a half. Those who kept Forsett..
The term "fantasy sleeper" is a phrase that and can mean so many different things to different people. If you’re in a 16-man IDP dynasty league, you'll probably not get much from this piece. I view the word sleeper as a player who will outperform the consensus rankings.