This Monday Night Football game is a matchup between two NFC East teams. The Philadelphia Eagles play at home vs the New York Giants. The Eagles are 5-7 and the Giants are 2-10. It might be hard to believe but if the Eagles win this game, that will put them into a tie in first place at 6-7 for the NFC East. Here are my top players in this matchup.
Hard to believe its week 14 of the NFL season already. Where has the time gone? Only four weeks left before the season will be over and the playoff push will begin for the select teams who are lucky enough to punch their golden ticket this season. For fantasy players, playoffs in most leagues get underway this week and injuries will play an even bigger role in assembling the ideal team. Without further adieu let’s take a look at some of the injuries that may play a part in real life and fantasy football outcomes. Continue reading →
It’s officially playoff time – unless you’re still in one of those really antiquated leagues that play through week 17. No matter the case, this column has two focuses – weeks 14 and 15. If you get to week 16, it’s a whole new game. Continue reading →
Starting next week we will have 16 games a week to bet on for the rest of the regular season. With only 13 Sunday and Monday games to bet on, there aren’t a lot of surprising lines. Of the 13 games, 11 have a spread under a touchdown which is a little surprising given the past few weeks. With several close matchups this week, we should expect a lot of close and entertaining games tomorrow.
Every year, we obsess over mock drafts and it starts earlier every year. While a lot of these exercises aren’t worth a whole lot in November, they are a lot of fun to see what every team has needs for and fantasy book who will go to each team. A lot of the players mentioned today will be drafted at the top of the draft, while some are likely to fall.
Each mock draft is done in one of three ways: how you would draft it, what you believe will happen and what you think teams should do. While all 3 are slightly different, they all end up being similar because a lot of draft analysts end up thinking similar with certain fits. With this mock draft, I will be coming at it with what I would do if I was each team drafting. Without further ado, here is my 2020 mock draft 1.0. Continue reading →
As week ten becomes a distant memory and a Thursday night matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns looms on the horizon, let’s take a look at some of the best rookie performances from the past weekend. We saw several offensive skill position players flash while some defensive rookies proved the critics wrong. Who were the top dogs last week? Who has the best odds this weekend? Find out in this week’s edition of the NFL Rookie Rankings. As always let us start with a couple of honorable mentions. Continue reading →
Welcome into the GPP/Tournament plays article for Week 10. Let’s start by saying, any picks used or mentioned for cash games can be played in tournaments. I think that’s an important thing to know and can sometimes get confused whenever the two are mentioned separately. For that reason, I’ve tried to avoid mentioning my cash game plays for this article. There’s merit to using or fading certain players in tournaments, whether it be ownership expectations, bust potential, etc. But, as I said earlier, just about all of the cash game plays are viable for tournaments. If you’d like to see who I like for those types of contests, you can check that out here. With that said, let’s get to some other picks I like for tournaments.