Fantasy Football Articles

Rob Gronkowski
Is this the week that Rob Gronkowski is no longer ranked as the No. 1 fantasy tight end? Yes it is! After three sub-par performances Gronkowski has been bumped from the top position. Doesn't mean he won't bounce back as only Gronk can, but...
Michael Horvath
10 months ago
Devonta Freeman
Fantasy football Flex rankings are starting to get more tricky to do each week. This is nothing new with each fantasy season but when stars struggle, rookies exceed expectations, and injuries bite teams and teammates in the rear, than Flex rankings...
Chris Meyers
10 months ago
Chris Ivory
Here we are getting ready for Week 7 of the NFL season and certain trends are starting to emerge when it comes to fantasy running back rankings. By now you should know not to play duds like C.J. Anderson or Eddie Lacy, who thankfully are both on a...
Michael Horvath
10 months ago
DeAndre Hopkins
This fantasy football season has been one dominated by wide receivers as expected. Aside from Devonta Freeman the running backs have been hit or miss, or injury-plagued. Elite receivers, such as Antonio Brown and Calvin Johnson, also...
Chris Meyers
10 months ago
Antonio Brown
Last week’s Patience or Panic post had some bigger and surprising names. Many of these names continued to flounder in Week 6. This is truly the midseason point for most fantasy leagues and it is the time to start making tough choices, or...
Chris Meyers
10 months ago
Alfred Morris
With six weeks down, we are quickly approaching the midpoint of the fantasy season. We are in the midst of the bye weeks and at this point, you know how your team looks. The 0-6 or 1-5 teams have a long struggle to get to the fantasy playoffs. The...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
James Starks
As we prepare for Week 7, I am keeping the fantasy football waiver wire target list thin and hoping you have been scooping up some of the players I have previously suggested. Names in last week’s article, such as Gary Barnidge, Blake Bortles...
Chris Meyers
10 months ago
Odell Beckham Jr.
There are so many wide receivers on the Week 6 injury reports that chances are every fantasy owner has some sort of lineup decision to make this week at the position. And if you are one of the fortunate ones that don’t have any of these...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
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
10 months ago
Martellus Bennett
Now that we've reached Week 6, the injury report has expanded. How much you ask? Tight ends get their own separate space! Be sure to check out the other positional injury reports: QBs, RBs (early games, later games) and WRs (early, later)....
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Justin Forsett
There are just a few late games in Week 6 because of four teams being on bye, but there are still plenty of key fantasy running backs on the injury report. Don’t forget to read up on those in the early games to get the complete RB...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Demaryius Thomas
For Week 6, the list of injured wide receivers is the longest it's been all season. Some of these names have been on this list for weeks. So will this be the week they actually play? Let's take a look as we go through all of the wide...
Sarah Lewis
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 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
10 months ago

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