Week 9 of Monday Night Football has a lot of fantasy implications as the Buffalo Bills travel to take on the Seattle Seahawks.
Just because a Fantasy player is owned in virtually every fantasy league you know of, it is no guarantee that they’ll be earning their spot week in, week out.
Since the bye weeks are here, I'm unlikely to be able to pick 20 bold calls each week, but we'll see if we can prove the old adage that less is more. Here are my 10 bold predictions for Week 4 of the 2016 fantasy season.
Along with a weekly article, I'll be maintaining this database and making it available for the public (premium members only) to consume every week during the 2016 season.
The NFL preseason is underway which can only mean that fantasy drafts are happening daily. Some folks are just cracking open a magazine for the first time this season, while others are tinkering with their rankings over a cup of coffee for the umpteenth time. During your brief or thorough research process, you really start to develop opinions on players and philosophies. It starts as cautious optimism, but can quickly turn into stubborn passion. These thoughts coming to fruition or failing miserably will represent the difference between hosting fantasy football gold at season's end or becoming the basement dweller in your league of record. I’m no different and I have a couple of thoughts of my own on how this season will...
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 got a piece of all […]
We are halfway - it’s gut check time. Are you in line for a playoff spot? Do you deserve it? Do you really have a chance to win your fantasy football league?
In a move that shocked and rocked the NFL and fantasy football world, the New Orleans Saints have traded perennial Pro-Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks. Graham, along with the Saints’ fourth-round pick in the upcoming 2015 NFL draft, was sent to Seattle in exchange for veteran center Max Unger and the […]
When you look at the Super Bowl match-up, the first thing that jumps out at you might be the similarities between these two teams. Marshawn Lynch and LeGarrette Blount are both powerful backs that can pop long runs. The secondary for each team is elite. Each QB has the potential to dominate a game.
The supply of QB's who are fantasy-starter material is getting deeper and that is why it has become advantageous to "stream" quarterbacks. Streaming quarterbacks is basically playing the position as a week-to-week decision...
The Gridiron Experts staff talk Super Bowl XlVIII picks and Predictions. We go over all the biggest match-ups and discuss the big game on Sunday