Three days ago Fox Sports Wisconsin came out with a column titled “Davante Adams ready to show the world why Rodgers, Packers believe in him.” In said article, here’s a quote from Rodgers: “Davante, he’s open on film a lot. He runs a lot of good routes. He only had
Buying Golden Tate After two consecutive 100 yard games, some might be tempted to “sell high” on Golden Tate. My advice for owners of Tate, who likely did not have to invest too much to acquire his services, is to hold on to him. And if you are not as
Buy Teddy Bridgewater I wrote about Bridgewater last weekend, but he deserves another note in this column. Aside from his very impressive stat-line, in watching Bridgewater’s performance against the Falcons, you could not help but come away impressed. Even if it was against a very weak Falcons defense, Bridgewater made
In my opinion, two quarterback leagues are the future of fantasy. This season all four of my leagues are two quarterback leagues. Last year I was in just a single one quarterback league, and the amount of strategy that it invokes just does not compare to a league in which
Buy Steven Jackson He is old and injury prone, but he is also dirt cheap and is the bellcow of a pretty powerful offense. On top of that we are looking at some consistency, which, for the cost at which Jackson can be obtained, is valuable in and of itself.
Garrett Richards is an easy sell high candidate for those who currently own him. His past history of struggles and lack of strikeouts despite his incredible velocity screams that this year should be an aberration and many will be looking to dump him and essentially take their profits.
He’s got a 6.23 ERA this season and had a 4.60 ERA in his 11 starts in 2012, but I am still high on Drew Hutchison. Call me crazy, but I like the kid’s velocity after returning from Tommy John surgery (92.4 in 2014 against 91.4 in 2012) and strikeout
In looking at Leonys Martin’s stat sheet, you see a number of issues. Thankfully he plays in a hitters park so his overall slash numbers still are decent enough to maintain fantasy production, but he does not produce much in the average or on base departments, has limited power, struggles
In standard formats, David Hale is not a guy you will be looking to have on your roster at the outset of the season. He is a guy to keep an eye on, but this article will be driven more towards NL only players and those in deep leagues.
Last year there was not one player I was making sure I had on my fantasy teams more than Matt Carpenter. Thankfully most of my leagues are keeper or dynasty leagues so I have Carpenter not only for last year’s magnificent season but at a super low price going forward.