FOOTBALL IS BACK! Okay, I promise that’s the last time I say it. But finally, we have some real life actual football to read and write about! Game one of … Continue Reading Texans vs Chiefs – week one quick takes and fantasy takeaways
Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season is around the corner and the Las Vegas Raiders take on the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte. Raiders vs Panthers
It’s easy to get swept up in the beginning of a season and think one good game makes a great player. Maybe they had beginners’ luck, or they may have just played a bad team. It’s important to look at the big picture, here are three players that you should pump the breaks on before you make any big changes to your fantasy team.
Week 1 of the 2019 fantasy football season almost in the books we will discuss 3 of my takeaways from Sunday’s games and how it applies to fantasy football moving forward. As happens in every season a lot of overreactions happen after week 1. This article will not be an overreaction piece but instead things to think about and build into your strategy moving forward.
To put it simply, the Minnesota Vikings played excellent on Sunday. Winning 28-12 against the Atlanta Falcons.
The 2019 Fantasy Football season has finally arrived, kickoff is just a two days away. While many fantasy owners have been put on cruise control after their draft heading into week 1, you just like actual NFL teams, should be looking at the waiver wire to see which players could help your roster in the future. There is no rule that after your draft is complete you cannot pick guys up off the waiver wire until week 1 is complete. So, you being an active manager and taking a look early on could lead you to find some absolute steels. We are going to be using Yahoo’s ownership percentages and discussing 3 players we think you should stash on your bench if you have the depth to do so…