Fantasy

Weekly Matchups

Five fantasy matchups to watch (Week 4) By Mike BeacomFootballDiehards.com Fantasy owners love DeAngelo Williams; they just don’t know when to trust him. He’s boom or bust, and often the complication factor is whether teammate Jonathan Stewart will get in the way.This week,...

Maclin Rising, Smith Falling

Stock Market ReportThere have certainly been some statistical ups and downs this season —just ask owners of Roy Williams, Matt Cassel, Percy Harvin, Mark Sanchez and Jabar Gaffney. Now that three weeks have been played, we are starting to see more of a complete picture. We can start to pick...

Bye Week Bargains

The NFL designed bye weeks as an opportunity for players to rest and for coaching staffs to regroup. The bye week is also a tool fantasy owners can use to sharpen their rosters.Fantasy owners get numb whenever there is inactivity, and so sometimes the best time to make a pitch for an under...

Waiver Wire

When a team attempts more than 50 passes in a game, it can tend to inflate everyone’s numbers. Look no further than the Week 3 totals in Denver for an example. That said, there’s no denying the emerging fantasy value in the Broncos passing game, led by Kyle Orton and his 359-yard average through...

We were right, we were wrong

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