While there are plenty of things to be thankful for, one of them for football (and fantasy) fans is three games on Thanksgiving Day! And speaking of these three, oh-so-tasty matchups, what is a fantasy owner to do?
Is it just me or is the NFL and fantasy season flying by? Can you believe that it’s Thanksgiving already? The really good news is that since we are now in Week 12, every team has had their bye. So that means from here on out we have a full schedule of all 32 teams playing. Which also means we finally have true position rankings.
The Cincinnati Bengals (8-1) were just knocked from the ranks of the unbeaten and now get an even tougher test on the road, facing an Arizona Cardinals (7-2) team coming off its biggest win of the season in Seattle.
A critical battle within the NFC West is on tap for NBC's "Sunday Night Football" this week, as the Seattle Seahawks will look to close the gap on the Arizona Cardinals at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
What an interesting week we just witnessed in the NFL and fantasy! Who had the Falcons losing to the 49ers and who had Devonta Freeman only getting 12 yards on 12 carries? Thank goodness he caught a touchdown!
What a terrible week in the NFL, and likewise fantasy, for injuries. Just take a look at these names — Le’Veon Bell, Matt Forte, Brandon Marshall and Steve Smith Sr. — all got hurt and weren’t able to finish their game.
Anything can happen on any given Sunday, we all know that and the unpredictability of each game is what makes playing fantasy football so fun. But wouldn’t it be nice to look ahead and see what is going to happen in Week 8 of the NFL season?
As we look to close the book on Week 7 of the fantasy football season, let’s stop and take a moment of refection first. Let’s look back and see who had an outstanding fantasy game that helped propel your team to victory. And of course let’s look back in anger at those players you were depending on that simpl
After the 2011 football season, Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians retired/was fired/did not have his contract renewed by the front office after a 12-4 record the season after winning an AFC title and losing to Green Bay in Super Bowl XLV.