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 […]
The Philadelphia Eagles traded fourth-year offensive lineman Dennis Kelly to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for 2015 second-round wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham.
The NFL Draft is over, organized team activities (OTAs) and minicamps are underway, excitement is building and it’s officially time to really begin preparations for fantasy drafts this summer.
It's never too early to commence preparations for your next fantasy football draft. Mock drafts are a year-round thing nowadays and an integral part of those preparations. Every year, we research and hone in on different players we're targeting.
The word “Sleeper” is usually avoided in our business, mainly because a sleeper in an 8 man fantasy league is not a sleeper in a 16 man PPR IDP league. To get around the definition of the word, we’re using ESPN’s starting percentage number to create...
A large part of being successful in fantasy football is determining the better match-ups in your lineup. Fantasy owners debate every week on what players are the better starts for their team...
This weekly column tries to help you decide who to sit each week by naming some players you should start.
Everyone likes to compare different players as the week's games approach. We all face the question of who to start over who. We want the match-ups that give us the highest possible success rate. Sometimes the answer is easy to come by, sometimes it isn't.
The third-year wide receiver breakout theory has been around in fantasy football circles for as long as I can remember. The logic is sound enough, as rookie receivers over the years have not typically been asked to step into a starting role