Props For Super Bowl LV The Super Bowl, the most heavily bet game in terms of player props of the year, and for obvious reasons. Everyone wants a piece of the action, even if they don’t have a good read on who’s going to win. In fact, it’s estimated that over 60% of legal Super […]
Fanduel NFL Picks Week 2 It was Davante Adams or bust for many DFS lineups. Adams kicked off his campaign for the overall WR1 crown with 34.6 Fanduel points. Now with Michael Thomas out, Adams has one less hurdle. For my Fanduel NFL Picks Week 2 edition, I will suggest one chalk player, some other […]
The search for Fantasy Football 2017 gold is a 365-day job. Imagine digging all offseason and CHINK! Gold! Obviously, the excitement would be overwhelming. Now imagine all the blood, sweat, and tears you spent digging went to waste because instead of striking gold you found Iron Pyrite.
The Jimmy Garoppolo era got off to a nice start and the Patriots offense looked quite similar to the unit usually commanded by Tom Brady. Even without Dion Lewis and Rob Gronkowski, Garoppolo was able to move the ball well, focusing on short passes to Edelman and taking shots downfield to Chris Hogan.
WRs will continue to be an integral part of every roster, but at some point, you may be better off taking a shot on an extra TE than continue to hunt WRs that have a lower success rate. You want to be a trend-setter, not follow in the back of the herd. When you fall in line with what everyone is doing, exceptional results will require more luck.
The Denver Broncos travel to Arrowhead on Thursday Night to open up week two in the NFL, as they take on the Kansas City Chiefs. The AFC West looks to be a very competitive division, with three teams winning their season opener and Oakland...doing Oakland things. In the first divisional matchup of the year for the division, both teams will be looking to establish dominance.
Fantasy football owners love to throw around the term "sophomore slump" like it’s an old, tried-and-true reality. However, I believe that the sophomore slump is a myth created by our unrealistic expectations of a player from one year to the next.
By this late into the season, I have to admit that sometimes I feel fatigued. I'm either stressing out about which players to put in my lineups in a do-or-die playoff week, researching wide receiver bargains that could make sneaky daily plays this week, or I'm lamenting the mistakes that caused many draftday failures..