Fantasy Football Articles

Isaiah Crowell
Running backs are always on the injury report, and Week 6 is no exception. Most of the big names in fantasy are either already ruled out (such as Jamaal Charles) or are healthy. However, we'll go through all of the running backs that most...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Calvin Johnson
As we look at Week 6, it is likely your fantasy team is marred by injuries. Whether it was to the quarterback position, the running back position or you are staring at a listing of Qs or DNPs next to names on your roster, it's been tough. As a...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
A.J. Green
As always, I like to start my fantasy football start/sit articles by taking a look back at how I did the week before. So before we dive into Week 6, here’s how the Week 5 wide receiver/tight end advice did. Good Calls: Start...
Michael Horvath
7 months ago
Eddie Lacy
Before we get to Week 6, let’s take a quick peek back at what went right and what went wrong as far as the fantasy running back start/sit advice that was offered last week. Good Calls: Start Devonta Freeman (25.7 fantasy points)...
Michael Horvath
7 months ago
Adrian Peterson
Now that we are at Week 6 of the NFL season, ranking certain running backs for fantasy purposes is getting easier and easier. Grab a sharpie and write in Le'Veon Bell as the No. 1 running back (or No. 2 at worst) every week he plays, and as...
Michael Horvath
7 months ago
Antonio Gates
So believe it or not Rob Gronkowski wasn’t the No. 1 scoring fantasy tight end last week. I know, that sounds crazy. Does that mean that guys like Gary Barnidge and Tyler Eifert are going to be ranked ahead of Gronk this week? Um, no. Not...
Michael Horvath
7 months ago
Andrew Luck
Even though he had his worst showing of the season last week against the Cowboys (275-2-0), Tom Brady regains his status as the No. 1 quarterback in the Week 6 rankings. He's matchup-proof, and to make his owners even happier this week, ...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Stephen Gostkowski
After the bye week, Stephen Gostkowski takes the top spot in the kicker rankings in what should be a high-scoring affair against Indianapolis on Sunday night. Matt Bryant at New Orleans ("Dome, Sweet Dome") is the second-...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Von Miller
After weeks at the top (or second) of the DST rankings, the Seahawks fall to third this week, even though they are home to Carolina. It's not that the Seahawks may struggle; rather, the Denver Broncos are unstoppable (on defense, that is)....
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Devonta Freeman
Week 6 is here already and this week Devonta Freeman looks to maintain his fantasy dominance at the running back position. DeAndre Hopkins and Le'Veon Bell follow closely behind in this week's Flex rankings due to volume of touches and...
Chris Meyers
7 months ago
DeAndre Hopkins
DeAndre Hopkins tops the Week 6 wide receiver rankings thanks to his volume of targets (NFL-best 75 through five games) and production in the Texans' offense. Julio Jones and Odell Beckham Jr. are battling nagging injuries, which don...
Chris Meyers
7 months ago
Demaryius Thomas
Now that we have passed the quarter pole mark of the 2015 fantasy football season, it's time to look back on Week 5. We lost Jamaal Charles for the season, which is a huge blow to fantasy owners — and to the Kansas City Chiefs. The...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Jay Cutler
As we enter Week 5 of the NFL and fantasy seasons, we have more injuries to analyze. At least we didn’t lose another quarterback in Week 4, so be thankful for the little things. Actually the only quarterback on the injury report is Jay Cutler...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Randall Cobb
There are plenty of wide receivers on the Week 5 injury reports, which is not something fantasy owners want to see. The early-season carnage has been so bad that several teams have more than one wideout on the injury report. That is the...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Jeremy Hill
After a quarter of the NFL season has been played, some big-name fantasy running backs are already either struggling or not playing. It's tough drafting running backs early and watching as they just take up space on your bench and you are...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Andre Ellington
Even with four teams on bye in Week 5, there is no lack of injured running backs that fantasy owners have to deal with. The first crop can be found here, and below you can get the lowdown on those playing in the late game and a couple of other...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Alshon Jeffery
Four games into the NFL and fantasy seasons and the injury reports are littered with wide receivers. A few of these key wideouts (Brandin Cooks, Pierre Garcon) are listed as probable and put in a full practice at some point during the week. These...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Justin Forsett
With a quarter of the fantasy football season behind us, we can now look back, take stock from what we've learned, and look ahead with some knowledge. During the preseason, we just look at the players and teams with what we think we know. ...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Le'Veon Bell
What craziness is going to happen this week in the NFL? Every week there is someone, somewhere that has quite the game and makes a name for himself, only to seemingly disappear forever after that. In the fantasy world, we could care less about...
Michael Horvath
7 months ago
Amari Cooper
So how did the Week 4 fantasy advice pan out for the wide receivers and tight ends? Let’s take a quick look. Good Calls: Start Ted Ginn Jr. (13.8 FP) — Didn’t catch many balls, but two touchdowns sure helps. ...
Michael Horvath
7 months ago
DeMarco Murray
So let’s take a quick recap of my start/sit fantasy running back advice from Week 4. Good Calls: Start Karlos Williams (13 fantasy points) — Not as productive as expected but he did catch a TD pass late to...
Michael Horvath
7 months ago
Philip Rivers
Welcome to this week’s start/sit fantasy advice for quarterbacks and defense/special teams (DST). But first I know you’re really interested to see how I did last week, so let’s take a look shall we. Good Calls: ...
Michael Horvath
7 months ago
Antonio Gates
So Rob Gronkowski is back this week and he takes his rightful place as the No. 1-ranked tight end. But the rest of the tight end rankings are really as clear as mud. Can you trust supposed studs like Travis Kelce or Greg Olsen on a week-to-week...
Michael Horvath
7 months ago
While the Seattle Seahawks have taken the No. 1 spot in the DST rankings for the past few weeks, they have officially been dethroned for Week 5. The Denver Broncos have quietly been putting together a great defensive season. While Denver's...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago
Matt Bryant
Unfortunately, it's not every week that your kicker is going to boot seven field goals (ahh Cairo Santos, thank you for that!). However, it is important to try to find a kicker that is part of a high-powered offense. You want a kicker...
Sarah Lewis
7 months ago

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