2013 fantasy football
The second week of the NFL season was as tough as it gets in Eliminator pools. Many mirages still remained. Was RGIII just rusty? How good were the Titans? Chargers? Now that Week 2 is in the books, teams strengths and weaknesses take form. With that knowledge and some sample
Today’s fantasy football daily fix delivers news, notes, and DraftKings D/ST recommendations including the Chicago Bears, Kansas City Chiefs, and Philadelphia Eagles.
Week one is in the books there plenty of good and bad calls alike. We were way too low on Eli, and too high on Brady. But we were right to be down on Cam. We whiffed on Zach Sudfeld, but we were probably higher than most on Brandon Myers
Today’s fantasy football daily fix delivers news, notes, and DraftKings D/ST recommendations including the Houston Texans, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Kansas City Chiefs.
FantasyPros.com has become the place for experts to post their rankings because of the accuracy competition they conduct for the experts. We’re all competitive. It’s why we love fantasy sports, and the accuracy competition is just another way to scratch that itch. But FantasyPros has other cool features like their mock draft
Host Brett Talley (@TheRealTAL) is joined by one of the podcast’s most frequent guests, Nick Raducanu of FantasyTrade411.com (@fantasytrade411). The guys talk general draft strategy and roster construction, they go through the positions and talk about where they agree and where they differ, and they wrap it up with some
Bilal Powell will be a Top 25 fantasy running back this season; he’s being drafted 52nd among running backs and 145th overall. Sound like something you might be interested in?
The Case for Randall Cobb by Rich Migliorisi When comparing wide receivers Randall Cobb and Dwayne Bowe, there is one key element that separates the two: upside. And this element is firmly in the corner of Cobb. Greg Jennings is out of the picture, so that is one more reason
When it comes to fantasy football draft strategy, nobody ever seems to want the receivers in the middle; you can take advantage by targeting three mid-round receivers who are being undervalued in fantasy leagues.
Two weeks ago I published an article detailing my strategy for 12 team mixed leagues depending on draft position in the first round. The article came with a flow chart similar to the one above which is a tool you can use on draft day. It turned out to be