With fantasy playoffs approaching us in the next few weeks, it is time to take a look back and hand out some awards. This week we’ll take a look at some of the players who were supposed to be big money makers, but ended up falling very flat of expectations. Here’s one player at every fantasy position that was heavily disappointing. (NOTE: Players who ended up on IR like Ben Roethlisberger are not considered for this list.)
Mark Ingram was the best hype man to bring in Lamar Jackson for the post game press conference right after a dominant win over the Houston Texans in week 11. With a 70% completion rate, 222 passing yards, and 4 passing touchdowns; how can you still say this guy is not the real deal behind center? With Lamar playing as amazing as he did, the big story is how the Ravens Defense is coming to life as the second half of the season is underway.
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It has been three years since Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson have faced each other on a football field. Take it back to Oct. 2, 2016, when the electric signal-callers compiled 854 yards of total offense and 8 combined touchdowns. Spectators were gifted with a 42-36 shootout win for Watson and his Clemson team over the Jackson led Louisville squad.
The Fantasy playoffs are right around the corner. Whether you are a top seed and already have a spot locked up or you must fight for a spot its time to look ahead and see what you can do to your roster to optimize it to bring home the prize.
After a torrid hot start to the 2019 season, John Ross quickly found himself on IR. A tragic loss not only for Bengals but for fantasy owners everywhere. Ross was looking to finally breakout from his early career slump before a shoulder injury cut down his season in half. Now set to return for week 13 with a cupcake schedule to close out the year and absolutely nothing to lose, here’s why John Ross will win you your championship.
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Jets vs. Giants is always fun, right? This Sunday we have the quarter-annual Snoopy Bowl and this year’s installment has tons of interesting and fun matchups within the game to watch. There are also some fantasy implications to examine
The fantasy season is flying by and the playoffs are quickly approaching. There is always room to improve your chances of making it into the championship. With time running out its time to try and finalize your roster for the playoffs and time to evaluate who will help you down the stretch. Here are four players you should try to trade for before your trade deadline passes.
Importance of offensive lines in the football is has gone unnoticed no longer. It is consensus these days that success for a team’s running game goes hand and hand with a solid unit in the trenches in most cases. But is there a direct correlation with this marriage in fantasy football? Let’s take a look.
The FI fighter jet, Scary Terry, what ever you want to call him was one of our favorite early season breakouts but recently his performance has been awful and I think it might be time to drop him or at the very least stop putting him in your lineup.
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Emmanuel Sanders is still one of the leagues top wide receivers and since joining the San Francisco 49ers he has been nothing but great for your fantasy football team. The question about Sanders will be can he finish the season as a top 12 wide receiver.
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It’s becoming clear that Todd Gurley is no longer able to sustain carries like he used to. While this is disappointing in it’s own right, it paves way for the creation of a future star that the Rams already have. Darrell Henderson Jr., who was the Rams’ 3rd round draft choice, has been heating up the past couple weeks as HC Sean McVay is starting to give him more work due to Malcom Brown’s injury. Henderson has rushed for 11 times the last two weeks, including a 49 rushing yard performance against the Bengals where he also added two catches for 20 yards. Now, obviously none of these numbers are at all impressive, but now that Henderson is getting more work, could he be a waiver wire pick up on the verge of a huge breakout? Let’s find out.
On Monday the Miami Dolphins added another draft pick to their growing stash. They traded Kenyan Drake to the ailing Arizona Cardinals for a Conditional 6th round pick in 2020. The Cardinals have been dealing with depth issues in their backfield starting with David Johnson 2 weeks ago suiting up and then not playing, signaling that the injury that kept him out of practice was more serious than originally thought. Chase Edmonds had a breakout game with Johnson on the sideline rushing for 126 yards and 3 Touchdowns.