The NFL Draft is the time of year where you learn the most about NFL teams. Their views on weaknesses, willingness to deal with off-the-field issues, and overall team direction. As fans, we wonder why an NFL club would pick one position over the next, especially if there is a
Week 9 of Monday Night Football has a lot of fantasy implications as the Buffalo Bills travel to take on the Seattle Seahawks.
Let’s face it, we all enter each fantasy football draft with that impossible dream- that every guy that we are focused on will somehow fall into our laps and we’ll close out the draft having accomplished every fantasy owner’s dream: The Perfect Draft.
With Week 14 upon us, we are entering the business end of the 2015 fantasy season. With playoff places and champions on the line, here are some fantasy stat nuggets for your consideration before you set your lineups.
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.
We are halfway – it’s gut check time. Are you in line for a playoff spot? Do you deserve it? Do you really have a chance to win your fantasy football league?
The following is a fantasy breakdown to some of the recent running back signings in NFL agency. To learn more about some of the other larger impacts signings or trades made during the NFL Free Agency period, make sure you check out our blog. The Chiple Threat Head coach Chip
Chip Kelly is getting his ducks in a row. On Tuesday the Philadelphia Eagles traded LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso. The trade cannot be officially completed until the start of the new year which begins next Tuesday, March 10th. McCoy has the NFL’s third-most
The role of the running back in the NFL has changed dramatically over the last decade. In 2003, thirteen different NFL running backs carried the ball at least 300 times
As the most volatile position in fantasy football, nearly every defense in the league is a viable starting option for a given week. In daily fantasy, creating new rosters and therefore selecting new defenses is the name of the game.