Fantasy Football Streaming Hunker down, brave fantasy football players. The bye-pocalypse is upon us. Never before has mankind needed The Primal Stream and its weekly breakdown of streaming options at quarterback, tight end, and defense, like it does this day. Week 9 brings with it a deranged satchel filled with
Fantasy Football Streaming Defenses Week 1 The concept of streaming certain positions in fantasy football has grown increasingly popular in recent years, with team defense typically seeing the most application of the principle. For those new to the idea, streaming focuses almost entirely on weekly matchups, with little consideration for
There are no byes in Week 12, so every fantasy owner should have all hands on deck. However, we’ve seen a great number of star players go down with injuries over the last few weeks and many of us have been left scrambling to fill your lineups for the biggest games of the year.
Week 7 is the last of the two-team bye segments, as the schedule makers will sideline at least four teams in each of the next four weeks, including six teams in Weeks 8 and 9
there are still plenty of people searching for value at the streamable fantasy positions. So, here are some lesser-owned quarterbacks, tight ends, and defenses with fantasy upside in Week 6
The weekly fantasy rollercoaster has been in full affect in 2016 and injuries continue to be the major storyline of the 2016 season. And if there weren’t enough things to juggle when setting your fantasy lineups… here come the bye weeks! We’re just dipping our collective toes in the bye week pool in Week 4, as only two teams – Green Bay and Philadelphia – are sidelined by the schedule makers. But, the loss of someone like Aaron Rodgers can have serious streaming implications.
Here are some lesser-owned quarterbacks, tight ends, and defenses with sneaky fantasy appeal in Week 3. Ownership percentages noted are representative of ESPN standard leagues.
The first week of the NFL and fantasy football season is in the books and every league likely has a few owners panicking over the underperformance of guys like Adrian Peterson and Dez Bryant. But it truly is only one week and it’s no time to lose faith in your early-round picks or make hasty roster decisions. This is a marathon, not a sprint.