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Jason Witten
By the third week of the season, the fantasy injury report just seems to be getting longer and longer. Long enough in fact, that there's more than enough names to go around each position. Note that these are the fantasy-relevant players that...
Sarah Lewis
1 year ago
Eric Decker
While the list of wide receivers that are injured and may affect your lineup decisions for Sunday is shorter than the RB injuries (list 1, list 2) and the QB/TE injuries, it doesn't mean fantasy owners won't be scouring the waiver wire....
Sarah Lewis
1 year ago
Chris Ivory
Week 2 was brutal in terms of injuries, as the list of running backs this week is longer than ever. There are plenty of big names on the injury report, so your backfield's depth may be tested this week. It's always hard to trust a player...
Sarah Lewis
1 year ago
The Pittsburgh Steelers' visit to St. Louis in what could be the Swan Song season for NFL football in the Gateway to the West is a contrast in cultures. While both teams come in at 1-1, the Steelers are a team of stars (Ben Roethlisberger...
Marky Billson
1 year ago
Teddy Bridgewater
The San Diego Chargers and Minnesota Vikings will meet in a matchup of 1-1 teams. The Vikings are coming off their first win of the season after defeating Detroit 26-16 in Week 2.San Diego lost 24-19 to Cincinnati in Week 2...
Jason Hall
1 year ago
Cam Newton
It is no exaggeration to label this game as the crossroads of the Saints' season. A loss in Charlotte would not just drop the Saints to 0-3. Since all losses would have occurred within the conference, the prospects of securing a wildcard spot...
John La Fleur
1 year ago
Jameis Winston
After Week 1, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looked like the worst team in the NFL. Jameis Winston looked confused and overmatched against a decent-at-best Titans defense. Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota put up Madden-like numbers against the Bucs...
Jake Rose
1 year ago
The 1-1 Jacksonville Jaguars travel to the 2-0 New England Patriots on Sunday with the daunting task of defeating Tom Brady at home. The Jags are coming off an impressive win over the Miami Dolphins last week, as Blake Bortles took a significant...
Mike Dussault
1 year ago
The Indianapolis Colts have been here before — sort of. The Colts started 0-2 in 2014 as well. But this 0-2 feels different, very different. The 2015 Colts have been thoroughly manhandled by teams quarterbacked by Tyrod Taylor and Ryan...
Jake Rose
1 year ago
The Cincinnati Bengals visit the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, with the Ravens still looking for their first win of the season after losing their first two games out west. The Ravens were surprisingly shredded by Derek Carr and the Raiders, as the...
Mike Dussault
1 year ago
Sam Bradford
People always say that it’s too early in the season to deem a game a must-win in the third week. However, for the Philadelphia Eagles, it’s not outrageous to deem Sunday’s visit to the Meadowlands practically Armageddon. An 0-2...
Michael Bradley
1 year ago
Marshawn Lynch
After Week 2, we can begin to make some assumptions about certain players and certain teams. We also have a lot more injuries to contend with, which makes ranking players more difficult. As a result, the weekly fantasy rankings can drastically...
Sarah Lewis
1 year ago
No one likes agonizing over what defense or what kicker to start in their fantasy football lineup. The truth is that most of the time all we do is check to make sure that the defense or kicker we have on our roster isn’t on a bye that week...
Michael Horvath
1 year ago
Allen Robinson
 So how did I do with my WR and TE start/sit fantasy advice in Week 2? Let's recap. Good Calls... Start Demaryius Thomas (11.6 fantasy points) - A lot of people were worried about him because he was a first round pick and Peyton...
Michael Horvath
1 year ago
Joseph Randle
Let's take a quick recap of my RB start/sit fantasy advice from Week 2, shall we? Good Calls: Sit C.J Anderson (2.9 fantasy points)  - He can’t get past the line of scrimmage, not a good sign. Sit Frank Gore (4.1 FP...
Michael Horvath
1 year ago
Ryan Tannehill
You win some, you lose some. That’s life in fantasy football. Last week I told you to start Drew Brees and sit Cam Newton. Yikes! That didn’t turn out so well. However, I did tell you start Colin Kaepernick and Carson Palmer and that...
Michael Horvath
1 year ago
In preparation of their Sunday night matchup, the Lions and Broncos have to go through what every team secretly hates ... Jimmy Fallon's NFL Superlatives. The "Tonight Show" host goes in on the two teams giving them all they...
Jasmine Watkins
1 year ago
Philip Rivers
Raise your hand if you thought that the Eagles, Ravens, Seahawks and Colts would all be 0-2 to start their season out. The winless club has some intriguing teams in it, but you know that some of them are going to bounce back. I'd also like to...
Matt Josephs
1 year ago
Odell Beckham Jr.
The New York Giants are not in panic mode yet. Let's just call this deep concern. The Giants have played pretty good football for about 56 minutes of both of their opening games. Its the last four minutes of the total of the fourth...
Lloyd H. Spence Jr.
1 year ago
Julian Edelman
It is kind of hard to believe Week 3 is here already and sooner than later we will be looking at bye weeks! Each fantasy position has been hit hard with injuries this season but there are still plenty of wide receivers who are safe each and every...
Chris Meyers
1 year ago
Marshawn Lynch
Flex rankings should be your go-to fantasy football weapon when you have decisions for your flex position each week. There are plenty of cases where positional rankings will work just fine, but some times you have great matchups, multiple positions...
Chris Meyers
1 year ago
Greg Olsen
The tight end position has to be one of the hardest positions in fantasy football to rank. I mean who had Anthony Fasano as the third highest scoring tight end last week with 14.4 fantasy points? The truth is, you probably don’t even know...
Michael Horvath
1 year ago
Le'Veon Bell
The winds of change have bellowed through the fantasy running back rankings. Perennial top-10 running backs like Jeremy Hill and DeMarco Murray are falling fast, while newcomers such as Devonta Freeman and Dion Lewis enter the top 10 for the first...
Michael Horvath
1 year ago
Brandon McManus
By Week 3, we start to see trends with teams and kickers. For example, Pittsburgh went for the two-point conversion more than kicking the field goal (also, we've seen Josh Scobee struggle). More and more kickers are missing the extra point, so...
Sarah Lewis
1 year ago
By Week 3, defenses that we thought were going to be strong (Miami and Green Bay, for example) have shown that they may not be as tough as we hoped. Defenses that we may not have thought would be near the top of the fantasy rankings (Denver) have...
Sarah Lewis
1 year ago

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