According to Tampa Bay Buccaneers WDAE Radio Host Tom Krasniqi, the greatest football player of all time is planning on taking his talents to Tampa Bay. That is right, Tom Brady is expected to head to the NFC South.
As we described in more detail in Part 1, we are not so much concerned about scheme fit in this scenario, but rather we are playing fantasy matchmaker with the running backs. Let’s now dive in on the rest of the top free agent running backs and where we think they’d best thrive for fantasy owners!
I truly believe that this sport is like no other, and part of why I love it so much is connecting with other people about the NFL; college ball; the draft; what strategies their team might go for in the coming year; what we think about certain players and their trajectories and any other related topics that cross our minds. Basically, I love talking about the game.
We’re here to get you ready for NFL Free Agency! We took the time to find the top 2020 free agent at every position and broke down a few possible destinations for each!
Week 17 is the final week of the season for teams to clean up any last issues before the start of the playoffs. The Chiefs (11-4) will look to finish out the season strong against one of their division rivals the Chargers (5-10) in Kansas City on Sunday.
It is a nerve racking time in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. The Minnesota Vikings currently hold the 6th seed of the NFC. There are 3 games left of the 2019 season and the Vikings control their own destiny with those 3 games. If they manage to win out, they would head to the playoffs. If they loose all of them, Chicago and the L.A. Rams both have a chance to take the 6th seed spot. Now both of those teams would basically have to win out and have the Vikings Lose out for them to make it, which is not likely, but crazier things have happened.
The Kansas City Chiefs (7-4) got themselves back into the win column this week with their victory over the Los Angeles Chargers (4-7) with a score of 24-17. Most would believe that this game was going to be a high scoring affair with Patrick Mahomes and the legion of zoom going against Phillip Rivers and his offense in Mexico City.
Trades happen every single year in the NFL. In this article we will analyse 5 potential trades that could happen before the trade deadline and really shake up the league…
Coming into the 2019 NFL season, most teams have a pretty good idea of which players are going to have a big impact for them. However, each team has at least one player that has the potential to dominate and lead the team to victory, but also the potential to flounder. In this series each of these players will be evaluated by division, and I will give my assessment for whether they will be boom or bust compared to the expectations for 2019.
Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon has informed the team that he either wants a new deal or will hold out of training camp and demand a trade. In this article we will discuss the fantasy football impact of this news.
In this series of articles I will go division by division talking about each team’s defense and ranking them in the last article. What makes me qualified? Well, I did take a defense as my first round pick one year. To be fair, it was my first year actually playing fantasy. Also, in my first year of fantasy it should be known that 9 DSTs averaged at least 10 fantasy points a game as compared to last season where the Bears were the only squad to do so (and by a considerable margin). In the last article we discussed the NFC West and in this article we will discuss the AFC West.
In this episode we take a segment from our 2019 Fantasy Football WR busts episode. We discuss our thoughts on Kennan Allen and why he will bust in 2019.