It’s not a trick question. Obviously waiting on QB paid off handsomely in 2015. Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck, and Peyton Manning were the first three QBs taken off the board. If you talk to anyone who drafted these normally stellar QBs, they’ll probably have a pretty sad story about the beginning of their 2015 season.
After being cut lose by the Washington Redskins hours before free agency officially began, former Rookie of the Year quarterback Robert Griffin remained without gainful employment for quite some time, before the Cleveland Browns finally took the plunge and signed the former Baylor standout. With Hue Jackson as his coach, the free football world is wondering if he is the man to return Griffin to super stardom, or even salvage what talent the last three seasons have left him with.
Week 11 is a critical week as teams jockey for playoff positioning. In some larger leagues, this might be the last regular-season week. Either way, it's important to stay abreast of sleepers that can help give you that edge and grab another win.
There’s been seven head coaching changes in the NFL this offseason, and nearly two dozen coordinators having changed gigs. Not necessarily all that rare, but what can it mean for us fantasy football addicts?
Less touchdowns, a worse completion percentage, more interceptions, less wins -- it was an ugly and disappointing sophomore season for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III last year.
It included everything from hanging out with rappers in the nation's capital, to multiple gang affiliation rumors, but finally, after a media semi-circus, free agent wide receiver DeSean Jackson has found a new home.
A large part of being successful in fantasy football is determining the better match-ups in your lineup. Fantasy owners debate every week on what players are the better starts for their team...
At this point in the season it should get a little easier determining who you'll be starting and who you'll be sitting each week. A plethora of teams are heading into their bye weeks this time of year....
Peyton Manning isn't the only one who's embarrassed the Cowboys aerially this season. Quarterbacks are scoring an average of 30.8 fantasy points per game (FPPG) against Dallas. They're the only team allowing 30 fantasy points or more per game to quarterbacks.
If you’ve ever felt a painful knot in the depths of your stomach, one that gets tighter and tighter as the weeks of the fantasy season progress, there’s a good chance you’ve used a high draft selection on a fantasy “bust”.
The quarterbacks in the 2012 class (minus Kaepernick he was 2011) have set the bar very high for fantasy quarterback production moving forward. The expectations of this class will be difficult to match.
Hollywood could not have scripted the start of Robert Griffin III's career any better. Averaging 267 passing yards, 63 rushing yards and two TDs per game for an average of 30 fantasy points, RGIII did not only lead QBs, he led all fantasy players in fantasy points scored after four weeks.