Three Person Drafts: NFL Week 10 (Sun-Mon Slate) It’s time for another week of DRAFT strategizing for those who love to play one-week daily fantasy games at DRAFT.com. This time of year, fantasy owners who are calling it a season in fantasy leagues, tend to focus more on daily fantasy games
Three Person Drafts: NFL Week 4 There have been Draft.com inefficiencies that we can take advantage of every week including a couple big ones this week. These projections are for the full 16-game slate and were current as of Wednesday night, but make sure you monitor the situation with Joe
SFB7 Mock Draft It takes a lot to win a fantasy league, but there are three key factors: a good draft, good health and good luck. Fortunately, these factors were on my side in the SFB480 last year en route to a fifth-place finish. The Scott Fish Bowl is a
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
We have progressed through 11 weeks of the regular season, leaving many of you with just two more games before postseason matchups begin in your leagues. The unfortunate assortment of injuries that occurred last Sunday will create unwanted but essential maneuvering for anyone whose players were impacted.
Carrying the Load: Opportunity Breeds Productivity In my time playing Fantasy Football, few things have frustrated me more than a stud player not getting his chance to shine. Frankly, it doesn’t matter how much talent a player might have if they’re riding the pine pony when kickoff comes on Sunday.
Whisenhunt to Repair Rushing Attack Fantasy owners and Charger fans have been dissecting the play of Melvin Gordon and the teams poor offensive line for months. Gordon, the 15th overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft could only mange 641 rushing yards (3.5 YPC) and six fumbles in his rookie season. He never
The University of Wisconsin has a well-earned reputation for producing NFL (and fantasy football) busts at the running back position. An alumni list that includes Ron Dayne, Michael Bennett, and Montee Ball will do that. But former Badger Melvin Gordon is a much more dynamic runner than his Wisconsin predecessors and the rookie will be afforded all the opportunity that he can handle as the new lead back for the San Diego Chargers.
Every year I try to post the odds for the NFL offensive rookie of the year. These odds are provided by online sportsbooks, which are very accurate but can be a little miss-leading at times. For example, I’m almost certain they made Johnny Manziel’s odds very enticing last season, same with Tim Tebow’s odds the year he joined the league. There is definitely an art form of posting realistic betting odds for an event like winning the NFL offensive rookie of the year while at the same time creating a suckers bet for those who have man-crushes on certain new NFL players.