Calling all owners who feel like they need a trade but aren’t sure where to begin: let’s get it done this week. See what others are doing and asking.
Two NFC East foes clash on Thursday Night Football as Week Three of the 2015 season kicks off with the 1-1 Washington Redskins travelling to the 0-2 New York Giants.
The return of the NFL this week also ushers in the welcome comeback of Daily Fantasy Sports to our lives. Like in regular redraft leagues, we’re all hoping our individual choices will lead us to glory by the time Monday Night Football finishes, but unlike those leagues we find ourselves almost hampered by too much choice.
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.
No division in the NFL has more questions than the AFC East when talking about fantasy football. These four teams feature a new offensive coordinator, two second year QB’s, and a ton of free agency acquisitions This NFL Divisional preview tries to sort out the mystery that is the AFC East.
As draft day draws ever closer, fantasy owners start to get wrapped up in trying to find that next hidden gem. Sometimes it’s a rookie. Sometimes it’s that guy who’s “guaranteed” to break out in his third year. My question is, what about the guys who are already here?
Gridiron Experts Heath Capps takes a look at New England Patriot running backs including a Stevan Ridley, a RB many fantasy owners seem to be avoiding
Week 14 was not your normal week of football. From snowstorms to shootouts to knees getting blown out, the NFL was jam packed with action and awesome moments that needed extra time around the water cooler this morning.
It seems like every week another top player goes down with an injury. In many cases these guys will be back on the field at some point, but the big question is when they will be ready to go back in your fantasy line-up?
There can be no denying the success Bill Belichick has had as the head coach of the New England Patriots. He may have three Super Bowl rings, but for fantasy owners he’s a very hard guy to read. Who will be the top RB each week?