3 Bold Predictions for 2018 – by Tyler Belawske

The definition of bold is showing an ability to take risks; displaying confidence and courage. In the fantasy football community, we each have an opportunity to predict what will happen in the coming year and take a stand, particularly in cases where others believe our prediction to be unlikely. Most are simple, while others are…

Sophomore Starlets: James Conner – by Josh Deisinger

Home Town Boy Born in Pennsylvania, he attended high school in Erie and committed to play college football for the University of Pittsburgh. To cap off his home-grown story, he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 3rd round of the 2017 NFL Draft. As a true freshman, Conner had an exciting 2013 season….

Coaching Changes in the NFL (Part 2) – By Josh Deisinger

Frank Reich to kick start new era in Indy Yes, there’s a chance that Andrew Luck is the starting QB for the Indianapolis Colts come week 1 in the upcoming 2018 NFL season. Sound familiar? In 2017, Luck was supposed to be the starter and then Jacoby Brissett was acquired via trade from New England…

Return of the King: Andrew Luck is back – by Adil Khan Deshmukh

The news that every Indianapolis Colts fan wants to hear; Andrew Luck is finally throwing a football! Many will point out that he isn’t quite yet throwing a Duke around but the news out of Lucas Oil Stadium is promising for the Colts Nation; with Luck having moved on from the much maligned Nerf ball….

Coaching Changes in the NFL (Part 1) – by Josh Deisinger

The NFL saw quite the coaching carousel during the offseason, with seven teams – the Bears, Cardinals, Colts, Giants, Lions, Raiders and Titans – bringing in a new head coach to lead the way. All of these teams combined for a dismal 44-66 record in 2017, so it’s safe to say things can’t get much…

Fantasy Implications Draft Recap: NFC North – by Shaun Bo

Green Bay Packers- Grade: A “The Pack” quietly had one of the better 2018 drafts by addressing several key weaknesses on both defense and offense. While I believed Josh Jackson should have gone ahead of fellow corner Jaire Alexander, Green Bay still managed to land both players while also landing another first round pick in next…

Fantasy Implications Draft Recap: AFC East – by Andy Moore

Let’s be honest, the Patriots can make the AFC East a bit of a damp squib of a division. Aside from 2008, New England have won the division every year since 2003 and the Bills, Dolphins and Jets have rarely threatened to make a splash from the Wild Card spot either! However, change is afoot,…