Tag Archives: Darrel Williams

TNF Fantasy Preview: Kansas City Chiefs vs Denver Broncos

Mike Fanelli | October 17th, 2019 

Last week’s Thursday night game between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots was a closer game than many expected, at least till the fourth quarter. Eventually, the Patriots won 35-14 as the defense scored two touchdowns to match Tom Brady‘s two rushing touchdowns. While the game wasn’t full of fantasy points, Golden Tate and Julian Edelman joined Brady and the Patriots D/ST as the only players to score more than 14 fantasy points in the game. Hopefully, tonight’s game offers more big-time fantasy scorers.

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2019 Fantasy Football: Top Waiver Wire Adds after Week Four

Mike Fanelli | October 1st, 2019 

We are roughly a quarter of the way through the 2019 NFL season. Most teams have played four games with the exceptions being the New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers as they had their bye week this past weekend. This coming week, fantasy owners will be without their Detroit Lions and Miami Dolphins players. That means no Matthew Stafford, Kerryon Johnson, or Kenny Golladay. It also means no D/ST to stream against the awful Dolphins.

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Detroit Lions Week 4 Recap- Chiefs Outduel Lions

Tom Greene | September 30th, 2019 

Ah yes, it was a duel of top-tier QBs in Detroit this afternoon. Matthew Stafford took on Patrick Mahomes in a battle that Lions fans won’t forget, but may want to. A day that looked promising early, and even late, turned for the worse as Darrel Williams crossed the goal line to seal the deal for the Chiefs. Continue reading

2019 Fantasy Football: Top Waiver Wire Adds after Week Three

Steve Miller | September 24th, 2019 

Before we talk about who to buy and who to sell in week three, we should highlight a few awesome performances. If you missed last week’s article, then check that out before scrolling here, as many of the players are still available (though not in the under 50% owned threshold), see Demarcus Robinson.

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