Best and Worst Fantasy Schedules Thanks to just about every other site, we know Philadelphia Eagles have the easiest NFL schedule. But what about the position players? Well, once again, thanks to fantasypros.com, let’s delve a little deeper into it. Player stats courtesy of playerprofiler.com. Team stats courtesy teamrankings.com. QUARTERBACKS WITH THE BEST FANTASY SCHEDULE […]
NFL Draft Winners and Losers The 2021 NFL Draft is finally over. Speculation about who now becomes an analysis about who did the most for their teams. While that question will ultimately be answered on the playing field, it is fun to Nostradamus the shit out of it before the season starts. NFC WINNERS Los […]
Free NFL Bets After another split week, our year-to-date record on free bets stands at 14-10 (58.3%). Despite cooling off after a torrid start, we’re still 6% above the profitability line for the season and just three winning bets away from locking up a profitable 2020 campaign. Let’s see if we can go outside the […]
The most uncertain and perhaps strangest offseason in NFL history is thankfully almost over. In just under a week at Arrowhead Stadium, the defending-champion Chiefs will host Deshaun Watson and the Texans in the first game of the 2020 season. There’s still time before that game gets underway, and before you lock in those Week […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers Week Four Another week into the 2017 fantasy football season, another week of diverse names amongst the overall fantasy scoring leaders. Nine of the top 15 most productive fantasy players from Week 3 were quarterbacks. Aside from the four notable names that we are accustomed to seeing this high that include Tom Brady (1), […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers Week Two The first week of the fantasy football season is behind us and the NFL has once again thrown its faithful for a loop. From the Thursday night season opener in which the Kansas City Chiefs spoiled the New England Patriots’ perfect season, handing them their first Week 1 loss since 2014, […]
Your fantasy draft has progressed beyond the initial rounds, and you have decided to target a tight end with your next selection. There have been no surprises to this point in the draft process, as Rob Gronkowski, Travis Kelce, Jordan Reed, and Greg Olsen were the first four tight ends to be selected. But now… […]
The NFL is an ever-changing environment and the Seattle Seahawks are no exception with their confusing running back carousel as of late. It seems like just yesterday Marshawn Lynch was breaking six or seven tackles on his way to a 40 yard gain. Today the Seahawks backfield is a 1-2 punch comprised of Mini Beast Mode Thomas Rawls and dual threat youngster C.J. Prosise. On the surface, this sounds like a great combination of power and speed that many other teams are utilizing in today’s NFL.
This week Thursday night football may not pack the marquee punch that fans are looking for but there is still a bit of intrigue. For the Rams, it will be seeing how the team will respond after the recent firing of head coach Jeff Fisher. Opposing them will be the Seahawks who are leading their division but coming off of their worst loss of the season.
The Seattle Seahawks have cut Christine Michael as Thomas Rawls is now finally healthy. What is the fantasy impact of this change?
Week 9 of Monday Night Football has a lot of fantasy implications as the Buffalo Bills travel to take on the Seattle Seahawks.
With OTAs under way and mini camps just around the corner, it seems fitting to unveil our initial NFL Preseason Power Rankings for the upcoming 2015-16 season. As the rosters continue to take shape and injuries come and go, we might see these rankings fluctuate in the coming weeks. With that said, it’s never too early to start the power ranking debate.