Fantasy Football Articles

Tony Romo
Welcome to Week 11, the last week with any teams on a bye for the 2015 fantasy season. In this week, we get an outpouring of backup quarterbacks to join the ranks with Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning already ruled out for Week 11. In addition, Sam...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Devonta Freeman
As the fantasy regular season winds down these final weeks can be truly detrimental to your playoff hopes. It may be the worst possible time to be without Antonio Brown, Ben Roethlisberger, Odell Beckham Jr., Drew Brees or Brandin Cooks,...
Chris Meyers
8 months ago
Charcandrick West
Pittsburgh is one of the four teams on bye in Week 11, so DeAngelo Williams can't be the No. 1-ranked fantasy running back. Then again after last week's disappointing showing (69 total yards), he might not have been in the first place....
Michael Horvath
8 months ago
Tyler Eifert
Ranking tight ends for fantasy purposes isn't as easy as one may think. Slotting Rob Gronkowski in the top spot every week (except when he was on bye), is what makes the most sense, but that doesn't mean Gronk is going to...
Michael Horvath
8 months ago
Emmanuel Sanders
As has been the case for the majority of the season, there are plenty of injured wide receivers that fantasy owners must be aware of entering Week 10. The rundown for the early games can be found here as well as the injury picture for RBs and QBs/...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Teddy Bridgewater
As we look ahead to Week 10, we have another full slate of fantasy-relevant injuries. Four teams are on bye, but there are still plenty of players battling a variety of injuries. Below you won’t find the names of any...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Marshawn Lynch
While there are a lot of running backs on the fantasy injury report for Week 10, many were able to put in a full practice and are listed as probable. Guys you don't have to worry about (at least for injury purposes) include: DeMarco Murray,...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Calvin Johnson
Looking at the Week 10 fantasy injury report and once again, the wide receiver position leads the way in terms of sheer numbers. The targets you need to know about from the early (1 p.m. ET kickoffs) games are listed below, including...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Kirk Cousins
This is the fantasy column you've been waiting for. You’ve been dying of anticipation and now it’s finally here! What does the magic crystal ball say will happen in Week 10? Which superstar will truly shine bright or which...
Michael Horvath
8 months ago
Giovani Bernard
Can you believe we're in Week 10 of the fantasy season already? By now, fantasy playoffs are on the mind of many owners, with just a few weeks left in the regular season. The key is winning now while also keeping an eye out for...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Larry Fitzgerald
Fantasy owners who have stuck with Antonio Brown (the again why wouldn’t you) were rewarded in a huge way (17 rec., 284 yds.) in Week 9, while some other big names continued to struggle. As for the wide receivers and tight ends I...
Michael Horvath
8 months ago
Week 9 featured some big fantasy performances from unexpected running backs (like Jeremy Langford), as well as some of the usual suspects (Adrian Peterson, Todd Gurley). So how good was my RB start/sit advice last week? Good Calls: Start...
Michael Horvath
8 months ago
Andy Dalton
Welcome to Week 10’s start/sit fantasy advice for quarterbacks and defense/special teams (DSTs). But first I know you’re really interested to see how I did last week, so let’s take a look. Good Calls: Start Derek Carr...
Michael Horvath
8 months ago
Josh Brown
Another week and yet again, Stephen Gostkowski is atop the fantasy kicker rankings. If we've learned nothing this season, we've learned that you cannot predict a kicker's performance. In Week 9, 11 kickers had more fantasy points than...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Von Miller
It's hard to not rank Denver as the No. 1 fantasy Defense/Special Teams (DST). While the Broncos did lose to Indianapolis in Week 9, they still were able to finish in the top 10 of fantasy points (depending on league scoring) last week....
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Tom Brady
While Tom Brady had his worst game statistically of the year in Week 9, he should bounce back against the Giants in Week 10. He is still the No. 1 fantasy quarterback in terms of fantasy points on the year, and when his worst game...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Adrian Peterson
At the start of the season if someone bet you $100 that at some point DeAngelo Williams would be the No. 1 ranked fantasy running back, you’d probably ask that person to repeat themselves and then have a good laugh at their expense. Well...
Michael Horvath
8 months ago
Rob Gronkowski
Is there a more fickle and inconsistent fantasy position to rank than the tight end position? Rob Gronkowski was the No. 1-ranked tight end last week and was a complete dud. Of course he’s No. 1 again this week because he...
Michael Horvath
8 months ago
Todd Gurley
Injuries, questionable statuses and a thinning herd of elite fantasy running backs leaves the Flex rankings looking different for Week 10. Expect plenty of things to change in the days ahead, as the health and playing statuses of running backs like...
Chris Meyers
8 months ago
Antonio Brown
In fantasy, just like the NFL, injuries to one position can have a ripple effect with another. That's the case in Week 10, as some injuries to some top-tier quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Ben Roethlisberger have impacted the outlook and...
Chris Meyers
8 months ago
Dorial Green-Beckham
Aside from the Dion Lewis injury there were no earth-shattering fantasy performances in Week 9 from waiver wire players. There are still some targets you can pursue as flyers, but this week it looks as if we are talking bench stash players, or...
Chris Meyers
8 months ago
Derek Carr
While Week 9 wasn't quite as injury filled as Week 8, it still was tough for fantasy owners. Ben Roethlisberger went down (again), although he did put in almost a full game for his owners before leaving. Dion Lewis tore his ACL and is done for...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Ronnie Hillman
With six teams on bye, the thought would be the fantasy injury report for running backs would be shorter for Week 9, right? However, that is not the case, as Week 8 was brutal for injuries, leaving fantasy owners with plenty of names to pay...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
Marcus Mariota
While not many quarterbacks are on the Week 9 fantasy injury report, there are plenty of tight ends (below), as well running backs and wide receivers. Be sure to check the actives when they are released about 90 minutes before game time to ensure...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago
T.Y. Hilton
As has been the case for several weeks now, the fantasy wide receiver injury report is too long to fit into one article, and Week 9 is no exception in that respect. While the early game names to know are covered here, there are plenty of key...
Sarah Lewis
8 months ago

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