Spencer Ware Season Ending Surgery Fourth-year running back Spencer Ware will have season ending surgery after sustaining damage to the lateral collateral ligament, and a torn posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. The 25-year old Ware led the Chiefs with 921 rushing yards on 214 attempts (4.3 YPC), which placed him 16th among all […]
Running backs might be somewhat devalued today with so many leagues starting three or four wide receivers and adapting PPR scoring, but it's the relative scarcity at the position that makes the fantasy RB slot perhaps the most valuable position in fantasy football.
Kareem Hunt Fantasy The degree to which many fantasy owners have been fervently anticipating the opportunity to roster high profile members of this year’s rookie class, is very reminiscent of the process that children undertake when attacking the wrapping paper that conceals their most coveted Christmas presents. This is especially true for many of us […]
Running Back Fantasy Reactions The 2017 NFL Draft is in the books, and if there is one thing I learned from this year’s draft it is that nobody truly knows what is going to happen. If you’re curious to see how your mock draft stacked up to the Gridiron Experts Staff Mock Draft, click here. […]
The one area where the Broncos defense hasn’t dominated this season is against running backs so if the Chiefs have any prayer of competing on Sunday night it will come through Ware and possibly Charcandrick West or some Tyreke Hill trickery.
We are now in week seven and with the injuries and bye weeks coming left and right, it is more important than never to have players to step in when needed on fantasy football teams. With that being said, let's get to talking about fantasy football sleepers for the upcoming week!
In daily fantasy football, it's essential to find value for your lineups. If we want to be able to afford the top dollar names like Aaron Rodgers and Julio Jones, we’ll inevitably need to balance our lineup with less expensive players who provide upside. There are certain value thresholds that we need from these players in order to cash in, and more importantly, win tournaments and larger leagues.
If you’re playing cash games on DraftKings, then your goal for each player on your roster should be to score three times his salary. For example, Adrian Peterson is $7,600 on DraftKings this week. For Peterson to score three times his salary, he would need to produce 22.8 points (7.600 x 3).