Whats with the wide receivers! On today’s episode we get back into our FACTS series, where we go through quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends and give the FACTS on their season and what their season actually looked like not just the end result showing where they finished. Today Pride and Q discuss the FACTS for wide receivers starting with the wide receiver one’s for the 2019 fantasy football season. We discuss which wide receivers who finished in the top 12 actually helped your fantasy team and which players masked their season by having a couple of great games.
24-0 is not safe! On today’s episode Pride and Q recap and discuss the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs and Q tells his story of how all the emotions he felt and the meats he likes when watching the Chiefs game. We discuss all playoff matchups and set the stage for next week’s championships. We then get back into our FACTS series, where we go through quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends and give the FACTS on their season and what their season actually looked like not just the end result showing where they finished. Today Pride and Q discuss the QB 2’s and go 13-24 and break down their finishes on the season, consistency charts, and much more to get a better understanding of each players season and what we can do moving forward in fantasy football.
In this video Pride discusses and recaps the 2019 season for Dak Prescott. He goes over his game logs, consistency charts and stats and then adds analysis to give you … Continue Reading The Facts of Dak Prescott’s 2019 Fantasy Football Season
FACTS! On today’s episode we start our FACTS series where we go through quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends and give the FACTS on their season and what their season actually looked like not just the end result showing where they finished. Today Pride and Q discuss the QB 1’s and go 1-12 and break down their finishes on the season, consistency charts, and much more to get a better understanding of each players season and what we can do moving forward in fantasy football.
The final week of the NFL regular season is upon us. Heading into the final games there are still a ton of teams playing to make the playoffs or to get a higher seed. Luckily this means that most teams won’t have the luxury of sitting their starters this week. There should still be some very good games this week, and along with that some good performances.
With the completion of the NCAA football regular season, the Bucs are one of six teams to play on Saturday this week. The game time is set for 1:00 P.M. EST, and should prove to be a juicy matchup for both offenses assuming the weather holds up. Tampa Bay and Houston both rank in the bottom five of all NFL teams for passing yards allowed, however, Houston has been much better to limiting teams in the red zone as they have allowed 330 total points (19th) this season compared to Tampa Bay’s 395 (30th). This game clearly features a pair of the NFL weaker defenses, and should provide for plenty of offense.
The playoffs are here and its time to make some tough choices to try and bring home the win. Its time to analyze your roster and see who to start this week that will give you the best chance at a victory and who to sit to avoid that stinging defeat.
Championship Week! At time point, you have the players you will start to win the chip. There is a list of players who could help you win in week 16 that are lower than 40 %. If you happen to play in week 17, this is the time to pick up handcuffs for the top running backs. If you noticed someone who shouldn’t be on waivers than go pick them up or just listen to TimeSkew Podcast on waivers!
The playoffs have finally arrived and its time to make the final push for the championship. Now we must look at what players are going to get us through to the next round, and who might let us down.
Every year some players seem to appear out of nowhere and become fantasy studs. Sometimes it is the start of a great career and fantasy production, but also some have a huge year and then seem to disappear as fast as they appeared. There have been some nice surprises this year, but what can the future hold?
TEAMS BYE: Cowboys & Ravens Waiver Group: May be available to you (ownership above 50%) QB: MIN Kirk Cousins (50%), DET Matthew Stafford (51%): If you are looking for a … Continue Reading Fantasy Football 2019: Waiver Wire Week 8 Pick up’s
The season really needs to slow down! Six weeks have gone by and everyone is inching closer to the playoffs. These are probably the toughest part of your schedule with injuries and bye weeks on the rise. Capitalizing on waiver is so important. Always look for players who are on bye weeks since those won’t show at the top of many list.
In 2017, Leonard Fournette was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 1st round as the 4th overall pick. The LSU back brought life to the Jacksonville Jaguars and gave them a shot in the Playoff’s. He also forced Blake Bortles to step up and had the best year in his career. Unfortunately, after controversial calls, the Jaguars lost to the Patriots in the AFC Championship game. But Fournette was still a fantasy relevant player.
Expectations for the Big Blue offense going into the season fluctuated. Optimistic Giants fans like yours truly saw a unit with potential whilst almost everyone else saw a unit that would overall be mediocre because of the quarterback situation. What was universally agreed on was that Evan Engram and Saquon Barkley would be forces in the game we all love, fantasy football, no matter the quarterback.
We are almost halfway through the fantasy regular season and there have been lots of surprises. There have been huge games, breakout type performances, and of course injuries. It is never too early to think ahead to playoff time and see where you could end up.
Minshew Mania has swept the league by storm. Gardner Minshew has already been compared as the next Tom Brady. While that may be a stretch, there is a lot to like about the rookie with his improving numbers and win’s week by week. But with a 2-2 record and trailing in 3 of 4 games, there may be some reason to call this a “over reaction.” I’m here to tell you that there may be no reason to hop off the Minshew train just yet, at least this week.