NFL training camps are in full swing with league-wide preseason action ready to commence later this week. Better still, the official start of the regular season is a little more than a month away, which means this is a perfect time to update Athlon Sports' Fantasy Football 2013 Big Board.
Fantasy owners often take a gamble on a player that had a down year but should perform well in the coming year, such as Dez Bryant. Bryant has been a polarizing player because of his off-field antics, his successful seasons and his recent injury struggles.
There is little debate as to who the top two running backs in college fantasy football are this year with LSU's Derrius Guice and Penn State's Saquon Barkley leading with way. Deciding on which to choose over the other is another story in itself.
Most people roll their eyes at the kicker position in fantasy football. Some leagues have even eliminated the kicker. However, for those that still employ a kicker, wait until the last (or maybe the second-to-last round) to draft one.
The 146th British Open is set for this week, July 20-23, at Royal Birkdale Golf Club on the northwest coast of England. As such, it's time to start picking your optimal DraftKings fantasy golf lineup. Fortunately, our fantasy golf experts are ready to help.
The 2017 NFL season isn't too far away, and to help you get prepared we've searched the internet for the best fantasy football memes for a number of situations, whether it's a fantasy football draft meme, a fantasy football loser meme, or just something funny to trash talk your buddies or commissioner.
Fantasy football memes for when you want to trash talk:
The Denver Broncos finished among the top defense/special teams (D/ST) in fantasy football last season, and while that is not necessarily a predictor of success in 2017, they should still be a top option.
For those of you that play pro fantasy football, it's pretty standard knowledge that running backs are always the first to come off the board. Not so much with college fantasy. Dual-threat quarterbacks are far more prevalent in the college game, and are pure gold in CFF.