Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em: Week 5 – by Ben Barton

Match-ups are beautiful, mysterious things. They can transform players from a fringe flex guy to a locked-in top-12 player, and vice versa. This article is here to outline one player at each position that you can start with confidence – and one per position that you are better of leaving on your bench. Some players…

Redemption Candidates for Rest of Season – by Rob Grimwood

Call it whatever you want, underperformers, duds, losers, buy low’s – it’s all the same. However, ‘redemption candidates’ has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? Every season in fantasy football you have those players – you know, the ones you drafted fairly high but have left you frustrated with lack of production… or maybe…

Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em Week 3 – By Richard King

Start ‘Em Quarterback Blake Bortles, Jacksonville Jaguars vs Tennessee Titans Stay with me now, we know that Bortles can give fantasy value to people. This week he’s against a Tennessee Titans defense that they underperformed against. This is particularly important because they should have known more about their weaknesses as it is where new head coach…

Waiver Wire: Add ‘Em / Drop ‘Ems for Week 3 – by Ben Barton

Tuesdays were built for scouring the waiver wire. Thankfully for you, we’re here to help make sure you’re picking up the right players and, perhaps more importantly, dropping the right ones too. Yes, dropping players is an important part of fantasy football. Don’t be like me last year – I drafted Kelvin Benjamin and put up…

NFL Cut Week Candidates – by Ben Barton

NFL coaches love to tell you that in the NFL, every week is important. They don’t like to admit that some weeks really are more important than others. The football calendar is marked by several “of most important” weeks. The NFL Draft is one, The Super Bowl is another. The third? This week – Cut…

Sleepers you MUST draft for your fantasy teams- by Rob Grimwood

You’ve selected your studs in the first few rounds of the draft. You might have opted for a zero RB strategy, or decided to bulk up on receivers early. Whatever strategy you’ve used, you’re still going to need to bulk up your teams’ depth. Whether you have done extensive research, you simply like a players…

Super Low ADP Candidates – by Gabriel Cabistani

We’ve made it to training camp and that can only mean one thing… draft season will soon be upon us! Mock Drafts are being made and with each draft the market is gradually being defined. A player’s ADP might experience drastic shifts in a matter of days, yet there are still some guys that are being significantly undervalued. In…

Jack Doyle: Fantasy Outlook – by Rob Grimwood

The emotional roller-coaster of being an Indianapolis Colts‘ fan is certainly not one to be too envious about. Take last season as a perfect example. The face of the franchise, Andrew Luck was missing all season, the run game was about as mediocre as a vanilla thickshake and T.Y Hilton looked like a lost sheep…

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,…

Fantasy Implications: Top 5 TE free agent moves – by Jason Worley

As we all know, fantasy football can be somewhat predictable and also unpredictable at the same time. The tight end position is not one for the faint of heart. For example, in fantasy leagues last year, it was basically Gronk, Kelce, Ertz and then everyone else. The waiver wire was unbelievably thin for tight ends…