Each year, an exciting new class of prospects enters the National Football League and fantasy players become scouts as they attempt to identify that cornerstone player for their dynasty team. It is essential to become acquainted with this new crop of talent in order to gain the upper hand on your league mates. Now that the NFL Draft has concluded, it is time to rank and evaluate the rookies that should be selected in the first round of your rookie draft.Continue reading →
The Bills filled some major holes during free agency and are starting to look like potential playoff contenders. They still lack a few positions and need to fill these gaps in the draft. To help with this mock draft, I used the FanSpeak on the Clock simulator. Continue reading →
The 2019 NFL season is still several months away but it’s never too early to get ready the fantasy season. With free agency, trades and the NFL draft still to come, many of these players’ fantasy value will change for the upcoming season. In a four-part series, I take a shot in the dark and rank the top quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends for 2019 redraft leagues. Check out the previous part here.
The regular season of the NFL is unfortunately over. This is the final week when all the diehards who love to play fantasy until the bitter end can go. With all the playoff hoopla surrounding the finale of the regular season, there is still a lot to be resolved for most teams. So here are the latest PPR Rankings before the playoffs begin next weekend.
Most fantasy football championships were won in Week 16 so Congratulations to those of you who have brought home that coveted title in 2018! For those of you still competing in Week 17, you are doing it wrong. Week 17 is usually just as unpredictable as the pre-season because many teams have locked up their playoff position and have nothing to play for which results in many teams resting their starters. This messes up the entire fantasy arena because the superstars who carried you all the way through the playoffs are not going to play and you are left searching the waiver wire for backup players that are going to see a ton of volume. Further, some teams that are out of playoff contention also choose to rest their superstars because they do not want them to suffer a serious injury that may threaten their availability in 2019 in a completely meaningless game. Therefore, first and foremost, stop playing your championships in Week 17. For those of you still with a title on the line, the following start/sit recommendations are based on this week’s matchups and whether or not teams have anything to play for in Week 17.
Most fantasy football championships were won in Week 16 so Congratulations to those of you who have brought home that coveted title in 2018! For those of you still competing in Week 17, you are doing it wrong.
Welcome to championship week! Most leagues will crown their champions at the finale of this weekend. Others will attempt to fight on for a spot in next week’s title tilts. For those who need to win immediately, here are some of week sixteen’s most reliable PPR standouts who can help you win it all.
It seems like just yesterday that we were mock drafting three to five times a day leading up to the most glorious day of the year, fantasy football draft day, and now we are preparing for the final matchup to determine the champion. Oh, how time flies when you are having fun!
Congratulations if you have made it to your semi-finals and are still fighting for that coveted fantasy football championship. There is only one more week before our championship rounds, unless you play in Week 17, so now is the time to focus even harder and analyze our lineup options with a fine-toothed comb because one wrong move and it spell disaster for everything that we have worked so hard to accomplish this year. The most important rule is not to get cute with your lineups. Last week, Joe Mixon had a tough matchup and Sony Michel had a delicious one, but if you started Michel over Mixon you fell flat. Mixon is a stud and you start your studs. The following start and sit recommendations are based on this week’s matchups.
Week 15 of the NFL season is upon us. The quarterfinals or semifinals in the fantasy playoffs are what matters at this moment. If you were lucky enough to survive this far, then you know exactly what it takes to advance for a championship opportunity. Here are the latest PPR Rankings to help you get one step closer to the ultimate goal of becoming a fantasy legend.
The fantasy football playoffs have finally arrived! Most leagues begin the path to a championship in week 14. With that said, here are the latest PPR rankings to help kick down the door and lead you to a fantasy football title.
This season was one for the ages. I have been playing fantasy football since 2003 and I can safely say that 2018 was the craziest one yet. Whether you drafted Le’Veon Bell number one overall, or Leonard Fournette at the back of the first round, or if you were lucky enough to buy into the Phillip Lindsay hype after Week 1, no one can say that this season was not exciting.
Week 13 in the NFL is here. The fantasy playoffs are just one week away in most leagues and bye weeks are officially complete. It’s time for the laser focus needed to commence if one is so inclined to bring home a fantasy championship this season. Here are the latest PPR rankings for the pivotal week 13 must start matchups.
First off, I hope everyone’s Thanksgiving was filled with food, family, and football. Week 12 of the NFL has started and now that 6 teams have played and there are no Kansas City Chiefs nor L.A. Rams after their instant classic, who can fill in for the likes of Todd Gurley, Kareem Hunt, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and other fantasy league leaders? Here are this week’s PPR rankings to find out.
This is the most crucial week in the fantasy football regular season. Teams are hanging on, fighting and clawing their way to be in playoff contention, and many teams will be eliminated if they lose this week. That being said, it is more important than ever to make the right calls in your lineups. One wrong move could be the difference between going home with your tail between your legs and contending for glory as your league’s champion. The following start and sit recommendations are based on this week’s matchups.
Obviously, the biggest story out of Week 11 was the buffet of fantasy points you got if you had anyone playing in the Monday Night game. Another big story was how bad the Eagles were against the Saints. We knew the Saints were going to put points but we all expected Philadelphia to hang with them somewhat. Both Marcus Mariota and Alex Smith, not only left their respective games with injuries, but they both outscored Carson Wentz in fantasy.
This is 2018’s last devastating bye-week as six teams are on bye. With the playoffs looming right around the corner these next three games will determine if you are going to be challenging for a title or if you are going to looking forward to 2019. These next three games are the most important of the season and it is more crucial than ever before that we make the right lineup decisions. So sit tight as I tell you who needs to be on your starting roster this week and who you need to bench in order to avoid the devastating bust performance that could end your season. The following start and sits are recommended based on their matchups this week.
Week 11 in the NFL is here which means the fantasy playoffs are right around the corner. This week the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Jets, and San Francisco 49ers are all idle. That means no LeSean McCoy,Nick Chubb, Rob Gronkowski orGeorge Kittle. Let’s take a peek at the best of the rest in this week’s PPR rankings.
It’s the middle of the NFL season, but you are coming down to the final five or six weeks of your fantasy season before the playoffs. The trade deadline is approaching and you are trying to give your team a boost for the stretch run. Four of our Fantasy Football Experts got together and made lists of their top players for the Rest of the Season and here it is.
Week 9 in the NFL is upon us. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, the New York Giants, Philadelphia, Arizona, and Jacksonville will all be idle for the busiest bye week of the fantasy season. That means no A.J. Green, Eric Ebron, Saquon Barkley, Zach Ertz, David Johnson or a banged up Leonard Fournette. So here’s the latest list of top 10 runners and pass catchers who can help fill in for these bye week superstars.
We are just about halfway through the season heading into week six, and our matchups become more critical. In these next few weeks, some will clinch a playoff berth and some will be eliminated from contention. That is why we must always be trying to improve our teams and do what we can to put the best possible starting lineup out there. First and foremost, always start the guys filling in for injured players. I am not going to tell you to start T.J. Yeldon and Tevin Coleman because that is too obvious, those guys should be in everyone’s lineups. However, there are tons of players with great matchups this week so we have to make sure we pinpoint those matchups and capitalize.