Week 9: Bounce Back Candidates – by Ben Barton

Recency bias is a hell of a drug. Under its influence, you can find yourself investing everything in tiny sample sizes, or fading players off the back of one bad week. In order to win your league, you need to be able to break free from the trappings of recency bias and make sensible, rational…

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…

Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em: Week 7 – by Tyler Belawske

Four teams are on bye this week: the Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, Oakland Raiders, and Pittsburgh Steelers. It’s now halfway through your fantasy season, so now you’re scrambling to figure who to start and who to sit between player X and player Y. Let me help you make that decision and keep you alive…

Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em: Week 6 – by Matty Daniels

I really hope y’all are not facing Saquon Barkley this week! Even if you are I hope these start/sits for Week 6 can help pull you out of the grave that Barkley dug for you on Thursday Night. Start ‘Em QB – Jameis Winston, Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Atlanta Falcons I see this game as…

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…

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…

Waiver Wire: Add ‘em / Drop ‘em – Week 4 – by Tyler Belawske

It’s that time of year again where bye weeks and injuries affect your fantasy teams – two of the biggest things that can and will slow down your winning season. Injuries are a little harder to predict than bye weeks of course, but both are fixable. I hope you capitalized on last week’s Waiver Wire article by…

Riskiest Fantasy Players By Position – by Ben Barton

We all like to believe that winning a fantasy football league is a measure of skill. There is skill involved – navigating the waiver wire, streaming positions, working advantageous matchups – but ultimately, fantasy success is down to the most fickle of all forces: luck. Outside of players like Todd Gurley or Antonio Brown, every…