Fantasy Football Sleepers Week Two The first week of the fantasy football season is behind us and the NFL has once again thrown its faithful for a loop. From the Thursday night season opener in which the Kansas City Chiefs spoiled the New England Patriots’ perfect season, handing them their first Week 1 loss since 2014, […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers Week One Week 1 of the 2017 NFL season is approaching and it’s time to set your lineups. Hopefully, you checked out our own Phil Clark’s Week 1 Start’Em Sit’Em article from earlier in the week to help you with your decisions. However, if you’re a fantasy owner of a notable player who […]
An Early Look at Fantasy Draft Values Now that all 32 teams are on the field practicing for another NFL season, it’s time for fantasy football owners to ramp up their own season preparation. This is the time of year where smart fantasy footballers are monitoring daily news, training camp battles, and paying attention to […]
SFB7 Mock Draft It takes a lot to win a fantasy league, but there are three key factors: a good draft, good health and good luck. Fortunately, these factors were on my side in the SFB480 last year en route to a fifth-place finish. The Scott Fish Bowl is a mammoth league of more than […]
Week 16 in the NFL usually means it's Fantasy Football league championship week! If you're not playing for a chance to hoist your leagues Fantasy Trophy, then it's likely you're still playing for a side prize like most points for, a playoff loser bowl or next year's first round pick.
It’s an interesting week in NFL DFS, with zero teams on bye and six teams playing on Thanksgiving. Regardless, your cash game goals should still remain the same.
Week 9 of Monday Night Football has a lot of fantasy implications as the Buffalo Bills travel to take on the Seattle Seahawks.
By now you've read 20 of these articles and they all seem equally outrageous. But here is a list of 10 bold predictions that could actually come true.
As we are in the heart of drafting season for fantasy football, there are always players who are drafted perhaps in the top 25 but have the potential to be a top 10-12 player instead. In this article, I will identify two players from each position (quarterback/running back/wide receiver/tight end) who I believe are prime candidates being drafted as a "two" or "three" at their position that could finish as a "one."
So using average draft position (ADP) data for 12-team redraft leagues provided from our good friends at MyFantasyleague.com and comparing it with the Gridiron Experts 2016 quarterback rankings, I’ve managed to identify quarterbacks that I feel are quality value picks, and the kind of players that you’ll want to target to help you win your league in 2016.
We are halfway - it’s gut check time. Are you in line for a playoff spot? Do you deserve it? Do you really have a chance to win your fantasy football league?