Tag Archives: Robby Anderson

Fantasy Battle: Robby Anderson vs. Dante Pettis

Frank Ammirante  | Aug 21st, 2019 

Robby Anderson is the clear-cut number-one option for the New York Jets. He’s a great deep threat who started to develop chemistry with quarterback Sam Darnold towards the end of last season. He finished as the WR36 in PPR leagues last year. Anderson is currently being drafted as WR29 at 6.09 (Fantasy Football Calculator). Dante Pettis is expected to be the number-one target for the San Francisco 49ers. He started to really turn it on at the end of his rookie year. The sophomore out of Washington finished as the WR73 in PPR formats. Pettis is being selected as WR34 at 7.12 (Fantasy Football Calculator). Let’s determine the better option for 12-team PPR leagues. Continue reading

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Cincinnati Bengals Draft Review

Gregory Blakley  | April 29th, 2019

The Cincinnati Bengals are headed into a new era with a new coach in Zac Taylor after finally parting ways with Marvin Lewis. They’re coming off 3 straight losing seasons and Didn’t make any real noise in free agency so they must build through the draft. How did they fare this year? Continue reading

New York Jets Season Review

Mike Fanelli | January 24th, 2019

Green Bay Packers v New York Jets : News Photo

The 2018 season may not have gone the way New York Jet fans may have wanted it to go but in the long run, it was exactly what the team needed. Many expected the Jets to finish as one of the bottom two teams in the AFC East this season but despite a disappointing season that ended at 4-12, there were some bright spots.

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Week 6 Waiver Wire Adds

Frank Dyevoich | October 9th, 2018

This week is one of the weakest waiver wire weeks so far. There is not much to be had in regards to QBs, but there are a few RBs and a plethora of WRs ripe for the taking. For those of us who are sitting at 5-0 or 4-1, it is time to start thinking about playoffs and that means clearing your bench of worthless fodder and adding players with serious upside. The following waiver wire adds reflect a $100 Free Agent Aquisition Budget (FAAB).

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