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…

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…

Week 6 Bounce Back Candidates — by Tyler Belawske

We all have bad days. But, it’s how we handle it the next day that displays the bigger picture. Just like our everyday lives, football players can have a day to forget on the field too. How do they bounce back? Practice, practice, practice. Here are four fantasy relevant players (you probably started) with less…

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…

Players you MUST draft for your fantasy teams – by Rob Grimwood

I know how it works. It starts with the draft; an excitement inside you builds as you start piecing together landing spots whilst examining college stats and talent potential. Then OTA’s come beckoning and you realize fantasy season is just around the corner. That’s the moment when you start scouting for your own team. Some…

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…