Randall Cobb Fantasy 2017 Randall Cobb was at one time quite a stud in fantasy football terms, and someone owners would kill to get into their lineups. Times sure have changed. As we slowly begin to turn our thoughts towards the 2017 season, I offer my thoughts as to why Cobb is a player you […]
Giving you a more in-depth look at the biggest storylines and impacts for Fantasy Football 2017 following the feeding frenzy that is Free Agency.
The biggest lesson you can learn playing dynasty fantasy football is that you CANNOT only rely on “young players.” Let me say it one more time but in a different way. To have a successful dynasty team, you should have veterans sprinkled through your roster to help stabilize and to create depth to your roster.
As we are in the heart of drafting season for fantasy football, there are always players who are drafted perhaps in the top 25 but have the potential to be a top 10-12 player instead. In this article, I will identify two players from each position (quarterback/running back/wide receiver/tight end) who I believe are prime candidates being drafted as a "two" or "three" at their position that could finish as a "one."
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick made an effort to upgrade quarterback Tom Brady’s surrounding cast with a number of moves this offseason, which in turn, has allowed his decision to bring in former Buffalo Bills receiver Chris Hogan to fly under the radar.
If Player X had 200 yards receiving while Player Y only had 100 yards then the first player clearly had more yards. But if Player Y produced 100 yards running just 30 routes as opposed to 60, is production from Player Y not more impressive?
The Bears have five fantasy-relevant players: Marshall, Jeffery, Forte, Cutler and Martellus Bennett. The first three are the moneymakers on Chicago’s offense. Each one of them merits an every-week start in a 10 or 12-man league
It’s win or go home time. You've spent months working your way to this point and now you’re here. Congratulations on making your fantasy football championship!
This weekly column tries to help you decide who to sit each week by naming some players you should start.
For as much time as fantasy football managers spend trying to predict who will be the next big sensation, just as much time is spent trying to figure out which of the previous year’s stars were a flash in the pan.
Tony Gonzalez – Atlanta Falcons Future hall of fame tight end started day 1 of free agency with a bang. Gonzalez announced he would be returning to Atlanta Falcons next season. Gonzalez is reported to receive near 7 million dollars and a possibility of skipping most of training camp. At this point the contract has […]
Fantasy Football preview for the New York Football Giants and their match-up against the division rival Philadelphia Eagles. Get a complete rundown of the game and forecast of your fantasy players