Fantasy Articles

Jonathan Stewart
The goods new for fantasy owners in Week 6 is that four teams are back in action, which means there are more players to choose from compared to last week. The bad news is that this means the injury report is longer than last week as there are quite...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
Dez Bryant
It should come as no surprise that by Week 6, fantasy owners have lots of players who are banged up and injured. The key is which of those on the injury report will end up playing and whether or not you should put them in your starting lineup....
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
Rob Gronkowski
There are quite a few tight ends on the injury report entering Week 6, but with four teams coming back from a bye, there should be plenty of fill-in options should a fantasy replacement be needed. The big injury news at the positon this week was...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
DeMarco Murray
Le’Veon Bell may have grabbed the spotlight when he returned in Week 4, but he and every other running back are looking up at David Johnson when it comes to fantasy scoring. Last week’s No. 1 option, Johnson delivered in a big way,...
Michael Horvath
1 month ago
Giovani Bernard
With only two teams on bye in Week 6, most fantasy owners aren't going to be missing too many players. Tampa Bay and Minnesota are off this week, so plan accordingly. After five weeks, we have a better grasp of what defenses look like. We can...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
Carson Palmer
Fortunately for fantasy owners, there are just two teams on bye in Week 7 compared to four last week. But that also means you have more options to choose from for your starting lineup. So what should you do at quarterback and defense/special teams...
Michael Horvath
1 month ago
Jordan Howard
Week 5 brought some surprising and somewhat unexpected fantasy performances from running backs while others failed to produce in accordance with where they were drafted. But that’s how it goes, right? Before we turn our focus to Week 6, let...
Michael Horvath
1 month ago
Brandon Marshall
No matter what happened last week when it comes to wide receivers and tight ends at least fantasy owners can take solace in this: Allen Robinson, Doug Baldwin, Brandin Cooks, Travis Kelce and Jimmy Graham are all back in Week 6. Before I discuss...
Michael Horvath
1 month ago
J.T. Barrett
It’s Week 7 of the college fantasy football season and the slate is full of enticing matchups to wet your palate. On Saturday alone there are 13 pairings of teams that average 30 or more points per game, which means we should see the...
Mike Bainbridge
1 month ago
Adam Vinatieri
Stephen Gostkowski looks to be a safe bet as the top fantasy kicker on a weekly basis once again with Tom Brady back, but it was Adam Vinatieri who dominated the position in Week 5.   Vinatieri, who at 43 and now in his 21st season just...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
Calais Campbell
After a couple of OK, but not great outings, the Arizona defense/special teams showed up in a major way in its last game, which is why the Cardinals occupy the top spot for the Week 6 fantasy rankings. The bye week schedule also had something to do...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
Marcus Mariota
Tom Brady sure didn’t seem rusty after missing the first four games of the season, which is why he once again leads off the Week 6 fantasy quarterback rankings. Brady led the position with 406 yards and added in three touchdown passes in New...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
Martellus Bennett
As was expected, Rob Gronkowski finally came through for his fantasy owners last week, as New England’s top tight end posted his first 100-yard game. However, it was his teammate and fellow tight end, Martellus Bennett who really enjoyed...
Michael Horvath
1 month ago
Allen Robinson
The good news is that a sense of normalcy has returned to the fantasy wide receiver rankings for Week 6 simply because Jacksonville, Kansas City, New Orleans and Seattle are back from their bye. That doesn’t mean, however, that there aren...
Chris Meyers
1 month ago
T.Y. Hilton
One of the interesting aspects of fantasy flex rankings is that it presents you with a snapshot of how the elite running backs compare to the stud wide receivers. For example, Le’Veon Bell is baaaack and crushing it week to week, while...
Chris Meyers
1 month ago
Zach Miller
Week 5 had its ups and downs for me in daily fantasy football (DFS). Many of my Top Play calls were solid while a few stunk it up (A.J. Green, Jerick McKinnon, Kyle Rudolph I’m looking at you). This inconsistency hurt otherwise solid...
Chris Meyers
1 month ago
C.J. Anderson
Week 5 of the fantasy football season is now a wrap and there’s just one undefeated team left in the NFL (my Vikings), but this is about the players, and not the teams. Specifically, which key players should you stay the course with and...
Chris Meyers
1 month ago
James Starks
After dealing with four teams on a bye, Week 6 gives fantasy owners a bit of a reprieve. Only the Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be off in Week 6, so fantasy owners can likely look to the waiver wire to replace any injured players...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
Ronald Jones II
Injuries played a major role in Week 6 of the college fantasy football season as we saw three key starting running backs — Kerryon Johnson (Auburn), Justin Davis (USC), Armand Shyne (Utah) — go down with what could be extended injuries...
Mike Bainbridge
1 month ago
LeGarrette Blount
It’s Week 5 and even with four teams on bye, the injury report is pretty full and something fantasy owners definitely need to pay attention to. How bad it is? Every position is represented, which means there’s even a fantasy-relevant...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
Julian Edelman
The injury report for Week 5 is one of the largest it's been all year for fantasy owners to digest. And this is on top of the fact that four teams (Jacksonville, Kansas City, New Orleans, Seattle) are on bye. Between all of the injuries and the...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
DeAndre Hopkins
At the quarter point of the fantasy football season, owners have an idea of what their team is capable of as we enter Week 5. Staring down a 2-2 record or so, owners know that they will need to make some good decisions from here out if they want to...
Sarah Lewis
1 month ago
Derek Carr
It’s Week 5 and one certain quarterback will make his long-awaited season debut, but I don’t need to tell fantasy owners they need to start him. As for which signal-callers and defense/special teams (DSTs) should you start and sit, I...
Michael Horvath
1 month ago
Todd Gurley
Last week Le’Veon Bell showed why he’s a must-start fantasy running back, but you already knew that. As to which ones to start and which to sit in Week 5, you’ve come to the right place. But first, let’s take a peek and see...
Michael Horvath
1 month ago
Julian Edelman
Week 5 is a rough bye week for fantasy owners from a wide receiver (and tight end to a degree) perspective. Allen Robinson, Doug Baldwin, Brandin Cooks, to name a few, are all on bye, as well as a rejuvenated Jimmy Graham and Travis Kelce...
Michael Horvath
1 month ago

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