Fantasy Articles

By Week 4, fantasy owners have a sense of who will help their team and who is just taking up space at the end of their bench. Week 4 also is the first of the bye weeks, with Philadelphia and Green Bay not playing. As the bye weeks start, fantasy...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Eddie Lacy
Week 3 is complete and it is officially time to be hitting the panic button in your seasonal fantasy leagues. To be honest, I could have written this post last week with all of the injuries, and slow starts. However the other aspect of this post...
Chris Meyers
10 months ago
We are through the first month of the college football season and there are still plenty of names out there that are continuing to pop up on the stat sheet and are still not on any fantasy rosters.   A successful college fantasy football...
Mike Bainbridge
10 months ago
Thankfully for fantasy owners, Week 3 was not nearly the injury bloodbath that Week 2 was. With the games going fairly close to as predicted, fantasy experts could breathe a little sigh of relief. Sure, there were some disappointments (Carson...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Brandon Marshall
After two weeks of a relatively small injury report for fantasy owners to digest, Week 3 is back to analyzing what seems like half the league. Week 2 was a brutal one, especially for running backs.   However, most of those running back...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Thomas Rawls
Fantasy owners were lucky to escape Week 2 with their starting two running backs still healthy. However, unlike the wide receivers, which are banged up and may or may not play, most of the injured running backs have already been ruled out. This...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Frank Gore
With two weeks in the books, fantasy owners can start looking at trends to see how players fare against opposing defenses. Fantasy rosters are going to be a little different this week due to the amount of injuries that occurred in Week 2, so it...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Matt Ryan
Before we dive into Week 3’s start or sit fantasy advice for quarterback and defense/special teams (DST), let’s see how Week 2’s tips panned out.   Good Calls.. Start Derek Carr (24.96 fantasy points) – Carr is going...
Michael Horvath
10 months ago
DeMarco Murray
Week 2 was a rough one for running backs, both from a fantasy perspective and health-wise. So how did my start or sit advice fare in hindsight?   Related: Adrian Peterson, Doug Martin, Arian Foster, Jonathan Stewart Injured - Which...
Michael Horvath
10 months ago
Jarvis Landry
Before we turn our focus to the fantasy wide receiver and tight end landscape in Week 3, let’s take a quick look to see how my start/sit advice for Week turned out.   Good Calls... Start Travis Benjamin (23.4 fantasy points) –...
Michael Horvath
10 months ago
Zay Jones
We are entering week 4 of the college football fantasy season and this is really where you begin to notice trends developing for both players and teams.   Some players (i.e. Lamar Jackson) transcend any potential pitfalls you could...
Mike Bainbridge
10 months ago
Charles Sims
So did every fantasy-relevant running back go down with an injury in Week 2 or it did it just seem that way? In case you missed the carnage here are the main casualties: Adrian Peterson (torn meniscus), Doug Martin (hamstring), Arian Foster (...
Michael Horvath
10 months ago
Greg Olsen
Raise your hand if you thought after two weeks Trey Burton would have more fantasy points among tight ends than Rob Gronkowski, Zach Ertz, Coby Fleener or Gary Barnidge. That somewhat sums up how the story has played out at the position thus far...
Michael Horvath
10 months ago
Stefon Diggs
Week 3 has nearly arrived, which means it another round of fantasy wide receiver rankings. I am not embarrassed to say that these and other positional rankings get tweaked up until kickoff so if you are reading this before the games...
Chris Meyers
10 months ago
Matt Forte
When it comes to your Week 3 fantasy football preparations, don’t overlook the usefulness of flex rankings. While it’s not a straightforward “star or sit” column or article, these rankings can help you answer any tough...
Chris Meyers
10 months ago
Graham Gano
Depending on league scoring, Dan Bailey is the No. 2 fantasy kicker so far this season. While two weeks is a small sample size, he has historically been great for fantasy owners. In 2015, he only missed two field goals. He has yet to miss one in...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Ndamukong Suh
Even though Seattle is still looking for its first defensive touchdown of the season, the Seahawks remains as the top-ranked fantasy defense/special team s (DST) for Week 3. In Week 1, they allowed 10 points; in Week 2, they allowed nine points....
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Drew Brees
Drew Brees is typically a wise fantasy quarterback starting option regardless of where he plays, but there's even more reason to like him in Week 3. He had an amazing Week 1, throwing for 423 yards and a touchdown, and while Week 2 wasn...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Jarvis Landry
Before we dig into my Week 3 top plays and optimal lineups for daily fantasy football on FanDuel and DraftKings or whatever DFS site you use, let's address the disappointment that Week 2 produced.   Unfortunately, my...
Chris Meyers
10 months ago
Chico McClatcher
We just wrapped up week three of the college football season, and as can be expected, it was another weekend that featured new and unfamiliar faces coming up with big performances and thrusting themselves into the fantasy conversation.   A...
Mike Bainbridge
10 months ago
Quincy Enunwa
Week 2 Left many fantasy owners scratching their heads or throwing their arms up in the air. Like Week 1 we saw disappointment on Sunday with superstars such as Antonio Brown, A.J. Green, Andrew Luck, Todd Gurley (second straight week), Russell...
Chris Meyers
10 months ago
Jerick McKinnon
Week 2 was absolutely brutal in terms of fantasy-relevant running back injuries. Fantasy football owners likely had to deal with at least one of their running backs leaving the game early (and not giving them a lot of points before they left...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Jimmy Garoppolo
Week 2 for fantasy football was as unpredictable as the game itself. The one matchup that was expected to be a high-scoring shootout (Giants/Saints) yielded one offensive touchdown. Six teams did put up at least 34 points, but certainly not what...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Demaryius Thomas
As could be expected, the injury report has gotten longer entering Week 2, giving fantasy owners even more names they need to pay attention to. Week 1 also showed that even though someone may be listed as “questionable,” it doesn’...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago
Russell Wilson
With Week 1 in the books, fantasy football owners have a better feel for their team. Owners could see how the games unfolded, how players were used, and how defenses looked. While it is a small sample size, it makes the rankings for Week 2 slightly...
Sarah Lewis
10 months ago

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