The term “fantasy sleeper” is a phrase that and can mean so many different things to different people. If you’re in a 16-man IDP dynasty league, you’ll probably not get much from this piece. I view the word sleeper as a player who will outperform the consensus rankings.
Fantasy owners are often very intellectual, analytical and logical people, but have their flaws. Despite a vast knowledge of the careers of NFL players, even the best owners often enter fantasy drafts with the mind set of “what have you done for me lately?”
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
Every year, there are players who slide down draft boards farther than they should because owners’ perceptions about them are flawed in some way. Here are 10 such players to keep your eye on in 2014…
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?
How the Aaron Hernandez investigation and other changes will affect the New England Patriots offense in 2013
The New England Patriots have found their workhorse in the rushing attack of Stevan Ridley, who has now taken it upon himself to relieve some of the pressure from Tom Brady’s throwing arm and put some of the work on his shoulders by carrying the ball up the field for more than fifteen times a game.
Bills D/ST (ADP: 166.8)- Quietly, the Bills were a top 12 fantasy defense in 2011. That means they arguably should have been considered a starting unit already. This offseason, Buffalo spent some serious cash bolstering their defense by adding two premier
Training camp has begun and even though it’s very early in the 2012 NFL season, there’s already plenty of newsworthy events and rumors for the savvy fantasy football owners to be aware of. As with any stock market, there will be highs and lows, good and bad. Here’s a look