Fantasy Football Articles

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
5 months 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
5 months 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
5 months 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
5 months 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
5 months 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
5 months 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
5 months ago
Julio Jones
When it comes to the ranking fantasy flex players for Week 5, it’s important to analyze how factors at positions other than running back and wide receiver could impact certain teams.   For example, Week 5 could end up being the Tom...
Chris Meyers
5 months ago
Stephen Gostkowski
Despite posting zero fantasy points last week, Stephen Gostkowski leads the fantasy kicker rankings for Week 5. The matchup between New England and Cleveland is too good to pass up, especially with the Patriots hungry for a win after getting shut...
Sarah Lewis
5 months ago
Danielle Hunter
Depending on league scoring, the Minnesota Vikings have the most fantasy points out of all defense/special teams (DST). They have three defensive touchdowns, six interceptions, five fumble recoveries, a safety and 15 sacks. Those 15 sacks are...
Sarah Lewis
5 months ago
Tom Brady
After missing the first four games of the season due to suspension, Tom Brady is not only back, he's also at the top of the fantasy quarterback rankings for Week 5. And you know that he is going to come out with a chip on his shoulder,...
Sarah Lewis
5 months ago
Melvin Gordon
It sure didn’t take Le’Veon Bell long to show why he’s one of the best running backs in the league and will find his name at or near the top of our fantasy rankings from here out. In fact, if Bell continues to line up as a...
Michael Horvath
5 months ago
Rob Gronkowski
It’s Week 5 and fantasy owners are still waiting on Rob Gronkowski to show why he’s not only the No. 1 tight end, but also why they used a first-round draft pick on him. The reality is that Gronk still isn’t 100 percent and...
Michael Horvath
5 months ago
Odell Beckham Jr.
It’s Week 5 of the fantasy football season, that time of year when bye weeks coupled with injuries matchups and recent results all factor in to which wide receivers you start and which ones you bench.   Along those lines, what to do...
Chris Meyers
5 months ago
Theo Riddick
To say Week 4 was a disappointing week for me in daily fantasy football on both DraftKings and FanDuel would be an understatement. Cam Newton looked human once again, and ended up leaving the game hurt. If you didn’t roster Julio Jones,...
Chris Meyers
5 months ago
Carson Palmer
After the initial installment of 2016’s Patience or Panic, it’s time to take a look at our next crop of struggling fantasy superstars or guys who were taken early in drafts.   Several of the players listed below could be...
Chris Meyers
5 months ago
Robert Woods
As fantasy football owners look to Week 5, teams on a bye are more likely to affect lineups. Owners will have to turn to the waiver wire to fill a void left by players they've started for the past four weeks. Some injuries occurred in Week 4...
Sarah Lewis
5 months ago
Delanie Walker
Heading into Week 4, fantasy owners should be pretty confident with who will be in their starting lineup. However, there are a number of tight ends that are going to be game-time decisions, which is tough for fantasy owners. Two teams are on a bye...
Sarah Lewis
5 months ago
Jamaal Charles
Week 4 has fantasy owners dealing with the first byes (Green Bay, Philadelphia) and a handful of players that are shaping up to be game-time decisions. The injury report is full, especially for tight ends this week. A few key players have already...
Sarah Lewis
5 months ago
Drew Brees
By Week 4, fantasy owners already have to plan for the bye weeks. With Philadelphia and Green Bay off this week, some owners do need to find some replacements in their starting roster. When looking at the waiver wire or setting a starting lineup,...
Sarah Lewis
5 months ago
Matt Ryan
Week 4 means the start of bye weeks, so a new element is introduced into those pesky fantasy-related start/sit decisions. This week, it’s Green Bay and Philadelphia, so on the quarterback and defense/special teams front that means no Aaron...
Michael Horvath
5 months ago
Le'Veon Bell
Week 4 means the welcome return of a familiar face to the running back scene, but also the first time fantasy owners must navigate those pesky bye weeks. Before I get to my start/sit advice in the backfield, let’s see how I did in Week 3....
Michael Horvath
5 months ago
Dez Bryant
Between the start of bye weeks and all the injuries that keep coming, figuring out which wide receivers and tight ends to start in Week 4 could be a trickier proposition than usual for fantasy owners. But before I offer my start/sit advice fort...
Michael Horvath
5 months ago
Devonta Freeman
With so many fantasy-relevant players, particularly running backs and wide receivers, getting hurt flex rankings are becoming more and more useful. And now besides dealing with guys who are questionable (or worse), bye weeks enter into the...
Chris Meyers
5 months ago
Le'Veon Bell
It’s Week 4 of the fantasy football season and it’s time to welcome back a familiar face or two to the running back rankings. Le’Veon Bell’s three-game suspension is done with, so this is the week those who took him with a...
Michael Horvath
5 months ago

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