Mike Wallace to Replace Torrey Smith Philadelphia Eagles general manager, Howie Roseman, has quietly become one of the leagues best evaluators and negotiators. Signing former Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace to a one-year contract is a nice veteran addition, but the process in which the team acquired him is quite impressive. The start of the Eagles […]
Week 16 Fantasy Football Sleepers Last weekend might not have been the best time of the year to dive into the bag of tricks, but considering how advanced leagues are getting with multiple flex spots and the excessive number of big-name injuries in the NFL this season, finding a few fantasy football sleepers could be […]
At 4-4, The Ravens currently hold the tiebreaker over the Pittsburgh Steelers for first place in the North. They gained that tiebreaker after holding off the Steelers in the fourth quarter
When the Baltimore Ravens selected Breshad Perriman with the 26th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, they hoped he would be an elite offensive playmaker. Despite missing his entire rookie year with a knee injury, he entered the 2016 season with the expectation that he would become an immediate contributor. The Ravens envisioned him producing big plays down the field, a seemingly perfect match for Joe Flacco’s ability to throw the ball deep
The art of identifying a sleeper is one of the greatest talents the fantasy player can possess. That joyous feeling of knowing you were "in" on someone before the pack can sustain even the most hard to please, and can be the difference between competing for a fantasy championship and deciding which of your league mates you'd like to see win less.
Free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace has signed a 2-year $11.5 million deal with the Ravens and hopes to replace Torrey Smith as a much-needed big-play maker for a Baltimore offense in desperate need of a deep threat.
Organizations such as the Browns, Jets, and Bills always seem to come up empty when searching for a franchise QB, and up until last season I would have added Vikings to the list. However, I believe they have found their franchise quarterback in Teddy Bridgewater.
Thanksgiving is in the books and while my beloved Cowboys didn’t win, there were plenty of fantasy points to be had across the board. Looking to the weekend, there are several unlikely match-ups that can produce fantasy value for a team dealing with injuries and still looking to make a playoff push.
Fantasy High 5 is Gridiron Experts' fantasy football group discussion article. This week our staff talk offseason value. Which fantasy players are on track to be a huge steal for owners? Which might be overrated?
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 not the fantasy playoffs for everyone, some leagues play right to week 17, yet the following seven fantasy trending questions may help you regardless of where ever you may be sitting in your league.