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…

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…

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…

Volume Facts and Takeaways – Week 4 – by Gabriel Cabistani

We have reached the first month of the 2018 NFL Regular Season, and things are starting to sort themselves out (or not so much, I guess it depends on your point of view). It is our job, as we keep doing it weekly, to break volume stats and tendencies down and clarify it to you,…

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…

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: 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…