Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em: Week 10 – by Ben Barton

Sometimes, fantasy football doesn’t make much sense to me. Have you ever had those moments? Let me paint you a maddening, seemingly incomprehensible picture. One of the leagues I’m in is a 10-team, half-PPR league. In that league, I am the second-highest scorer – 50 points clear of the guy with the third-most points, and…

Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em: Week 9 – by Tyler Belawske

As we head into week 9, we find ourselves well and truly amidst the bye-nado’s that always creep up upon us fantasy owners every year.  This week has the most teams on bye thus far with the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles. Who are you going to sit…

Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em: Week 8 – by Richard King

Start ‘Em QB – Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks Coming off a bye week after a game against the Oakland Raiders, Wilson has allowed his hamstring to rest and should be good to go against a Detroit Lions team that has shown it has a tendency to struggle against the position. Wilson hasn’t yet hit the great…

Volume Facts and Takeaways from Week 7 – by Gabriel Cabistani

We are almost hitting the end of the first half of the 2018 NFL regular season. As usual, we will keep you updated with the Volume Facts and Takeaways from last week! Teams that were on bye: Green Bay Packers, Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks. Top 20 Rushing and Rushing Share First of all, forgive me…

With The Spread: NFL betting tips – by Rob Grimwood

Who likes to add a bit more spice to a Sunday night? If you’re like me and like to have a few quid/bucks on a few bets during the weeks’ slate, it always adds that extra bit of intrigue and excitement when watching RedZone doesn’t it! In this article, you are going to find my…

Volume Facts and Takeaways – Week 5 – by Gabriel Cabistani

We are five weeks through the 2018 NFL Regular Season, and each week I break down the production of the top performing players from the previous week’s games. Each table could help you decide between trade targets and who’s production could carry on into the next week. I have broken the volume numbers down into…

Week 5 Injury Report – by Josh Deisinger

After a quarter of the regular season has completed, and for most – a third of your fantasy season – it’s important to start your middle portion off the right way. Avoiding a wasted roster spot due to injury is paramount. Here are the most impactful injury updates for Week 5. (Chicago Bears and Tampa…

Week 5 Trade Targets – by Ben Barton

It’s remarkable how quickly value changes in fantasy football. Look at the Pittsburgh Steelers running backs right now. Le’Veon Bell walked into the season as a top-two pick, only to refuse to play on the franchise tag offered to him by Pittsburgh. All of a sudden, second-year running back James Conner was the most valuable player on…

Week 3 Trade Targets – by Josh Deisinger

When the second week of the fantasy season is in the books, an owner who finds themselves in a 0-2 hole may begin to make desperate moves – such as moving stud pieces for quantity. These moves may make their roster stronger, but more than likely won’t.  If, on the other hand, you are 2-0…