Week 13 – Bust Candidates – By Ben Barton

Identifying bust candidates is extremely easy. Identifying meaningful bust candidates is more difficult and of infinitely more value. It’s easy (and obvious) to state the Kendrick Bourne is a bust candidate this week. He’s a bust candidate every week, so it’s an empty statement, devoid of any meaningful insight or relevance to fantasy football gamers. Conversely, laying out a…

Volume Facts and Takeaways from Week 12 – by Gabriel Cabistani

We are getting closer and closer to the Fantasy Football Playoffs – hopefully, you already guaranteed your spot, or you are at least fighting for one. As usual, the Volume Facts and Takeaways are here to help you keep up to the Volume Data trends – which will certainly help you get your desired Championship!…

Week 12 Main Slate – Starts/Sits – By Adil Khan Deshmukh

Start ‘Em QB – Baker Mayfield – Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals Just like my esteemed colleague Jamie Zadow, I have myself picking Baker Mayfield. Baker is coming off a bye and faces the second-worst defense in the league against the quarterback position. Baker has ample receiving options and has scored reasonably in his last…

DFS: DraftKings/FanDuel plays for Week 12 – by Rob Grimwood

Peyton Barber, Dak Prescott, Curtis Samuel, and David Johnson were the players that paid off for you from last week’s article so I hope you managed to squeeze them into your DraftKings/Fan Duel lineups. Unfortunately, Zach Ertz had an uncharacteristic poor performance when all indications were pointing to him having a big day against the…

Week 6 Trade Targets – by Ben Barton

It’s that time of the week again. Waivers have processed. You might have even snagged someone in free agency as well. But now, now is the least predictable part of the week. It’s TRADE TIME. Whether you’ve been in talks for weeks about a certain player, or you’re just shooting over an offer to test…

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…

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…

Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em Week 4 – By Jamie Zadow

Week 3 was certainly an eyebrow raiser across the NFL — Buffalo walked into Minnesota and stunned the hometown crowd and Tom Brady looked like he scrapped with ‘Father Time’ during pregame warmups — but, it’s time to get you back on track in your fantasy lineups with this week’s edition of ‘Start ‘Em or…

Waiver Wire: Add ’em / Drop ’ems Week 2 – by Matty Daniels

Now that the dust has settled after a crazy week 1, let’s make sure you pick up the guys that can repeat their heroics in the coming weeks. I’m keen to make the point that you should only be picking up players who can keep up their performances across the length of the season. Ryan…

Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em: Week 1 – By Matty Daniels

Start ‘Em Quarterback – Andy Dalton vs Indianapolis Colts Andy is blessed with facing probably the worst defense in all of football entering week 1. With the offseason acquisitions of Cordy Glenn and Billy Price, Dalton will have a lot more time to put the ball down the field. John Ross seems to have taken a…