Five Alive! I was trying to think of a catchy intro and remembered a childhood beverage from the 80’s that was very popular in my house. I thought it was fitting as a lead, is your fantasy team alive in Week Five? Lots of silly scores have been shared on
Week Four, one that most of us want to forget about quickly. If you made it out of the rubble with a win, you dodged some roster spots that ate away at fantasy owners. Many top performers decided not to show up which have now sent GMs into panic mode.
We are now in the fantasy daily grind and if you are doing things right, time should have been devoted (in your busy schedule) to read nonstop fantasy articles, keep up with revolving injury news and spend as much time dorking out on the NFL as humanly possible. Make sure
In Week Three of the NFL Season we lost the number one overall pick Saquon Barkley to the dreaded high ankle sprain and he is now sporting a fresh new walking boot. Julian Edelman exited with with a chest injury, TY Hilton suffered a quad injury and Shady McCoy left
Two weeks of the 2019 NFL Season are already in the books, can you believe it? Hope you are dominating your league and keeping up with player news, snap counts, touches, targets and game flow. Also, staying on top of available players in your league is crucial. Don’t always just
Hope everyone was able to “dig in” and enjoy the start of the NFL season. Fighting back the crowds at Universal Studios Hollywood with the herd was a weird way to start my 2019 fantasy season. Trying to keep up to speed between rides by trolling Twitter/ESPN App for scoring/player
Wowzers, what a Week 1. Lots of players incognito under the radar. Many top players not getting the job done for fantasy owners everywhere. Don’t panic, waivers are here to settle your nerves. You must always stay active on the waiver wire if you think you have a chance of
Fantasy Football Drafts are finishing up or have already done so. The excitement is heavy as the start of the 2019 NFL Football Season is upon us. All of the time spent studying for your Draft Day is now lost, your team roster is set (for now) and the 15
“Don’t you have homework?” This was a popular question in my youth, especially during the start of the school year. I would mostly reply with “already done” which was a lie, pretty much all the time. When the response was “no way, go study” I did, but I wasn’t excited.