Week 15: Playoff Sleepers – by Jamie Zadow

If you’re reading this then in all likelihood you survived the first round of your fantasy football playoffs (maybe by the skin of your teeth?). In most formats, this is the semifinals weekend that will put two winners one step closer to a fantasy championship. However, winning at this time of year can be especially…

Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em: Week 14 – by Ben Barton

I miss Melvin Gordon. He has been the cornerstone of a number of my fantasy football teams this year. Thankfully, I’ve been able to lean on the likes of Phillip Lindsay in Gordon’s absence, but as good as the undrafted rookie has been, Gordon has been in a different class this year, and my teams haven’t felt the…

Volume Facts and Takeaways – Week 6 – by Gabriel Cabistani

Six weeks are in the books on the 2018 NFL regular season and still we keep you updated with the Volume Facts and Takeaways from last week! Teams that were on bye: Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints Top 20 Rushing Attempts and Rushing Share Seriously, how good has Todd Gurley been this season? When we all thought…

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…

Rookie Super Sleepers: Dylan Cantrell – by Josh Deisinger

A player who spends 5 years in a college system before entering the NFL draft doesn’t usually garner a lot of interest up front from scouts. So why should Dylan Cantrell be your targeted stash if no one else seems to be talking about him… Firstly, no one at Texas Tech presumed him to be…