Fantasy Football Awards We’re at the halfway point of the 2017 NFL season. Naturally, mid-season awards must be handed out. Following the end of the regular season and just before the Super Bowl, a bevy of awards are distributed to deserving players. A few of the most highly regarded awards
Start ‘Em Sit ‘Em Week 6 After the agonizing collection of devastating injuries that had negatively impacted many fantasy rosters in Week 4, it was everyone’s hope that we would be spared any similar occurrences in Week 5. Instead, Odell Beckham Jr. suffered a season-ending ankle injury. While DeVante Parker,
This article was written in 2017, click to read our Week 4 Start’em Sit’em for 2018 Start’em Sit’em Week 4 With three weeks of game action now complete, there are currently seven quarterbacks that have passed for over 800 yards, while eight signal callers have generated at
Running backs might be somewhat devalued today with so many leagues starting three or four wide receivers and adapting PPR scoring, but it’s the relative scarcity at the position that makes the fantasy RB slot perhaps the most valuable position in fantasy football.
The Oakland Raiders acquired RB Marshawn Lynch and a 2018 sixth-round pick from the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for a 2018 fifth-round pick. The Raiders and Lynch have agreed to terms on a contract for the 2017 season. After weeks of negotiation, Oakland agreed to pay Lynch a $3 million
The Seattle Seahawks have cut Christine Michael as Thomas Rawls is now finally healthy. What is the fantasy impact of this change?
NFL.com Playoff Challenge Start’em Sit’em The key to the NFL.com Playoff Challenge is to pick the two teams you expect to make the Super Bowl and ride or die with them. The double, triple and quadruple point multipliers are worth the zero point efforts in Week 1. In 2013, I
Take yourself back to the preseason: What do you think the odds were of Mike Evans, Dez Bryant, and Alshon Jeffery having less combined fantasy points than Leonard Hankerson through Week 5? One million to one? If you took that bet, you’d be using my paychecks for coasters right now.
There are so many things to love about the Super Bowl, and the ability to bet on just about every facet of the game is one of my favorite aspects of the big game.
Super Bowl XLVIII Picks from the entire Gridiron Experts staff. We all see this Sunday’s game very differently, this is by far the most difficult NFL game to predict all year.