Time sure does fly during the NFL season as we’re already approaching the halfway point of the year and owners need to be proactive with pickups the rest of the season or else you’ll be left in the dust. The four teams on bye this week are the Buffalo Bills,
Fantasy owners will be without the services of the Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos, and Green Bay Packers D/ST units this week as all those teams are on bye. Although the Bears and Bengals defenses won’t be missed too much, owners of the Packers and Broncos defenses are advised
Fantasy owners will be without another four defensive units this week as the Oakland Raiders, Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and St. Louis Rams are all on bye in Week 6. Unless you’re an owner of the seventh-ranked Rams D/ST though, you likely won’t be feeling the pain of losing
With a quarter of the season officially completed in the 2015 NFL season, we are now getting to the point of the year where navigating the weekly four or five teams on bye for the next seven weeks becomes all the more trickier when deciding which defenses to stream from
If you were lucky enough to escape Week 2 without anyone on your fantasy team going down with an injury, consider yourself extremely fortunate. Notable players like Tony Romo (collarbone), Drew Brees (shoulder), Jay Cutler (hamstring), Matthew Stafford (chest), Eddie Lacy (ankle), Tevin Coleman (ribs), Jason Witten (ankle/knee) , Austin
The Atlanta Falcons are a team wrapped in a mixture of certainty and uncertainty. While some of their players (Matt Ryan, Julio Jones) will produce week-in and week-out, there remain questions about many other players (Roddy White, Devonta Freeman, Tevin Coleman). There’s a new head coach (former Seattle defensive coordinator
Note: This piece was originally written on July 15th by Andrew Miller and is one of many unique pieces that can be found in our 2014 fantasy football draft guide. None of this information has been updated since it was originally published. Team Profile – Atlanta Falcons Twenty-thirteen was a lost season for
Today’s fantasy football daily fix delivers news and notes about Robert Griffin III, Jay Cutler, and Adrian Peterson, along with DraftKings Week 15 daily fantasy football D/ST recommendations for the Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions.
I’m back with the Week 15 DraftKings recommendations for Tight Ends and Kickers. First, a note about a great DraftKings offer. New depositors will get a free ticket into a Millionaire Grand Final qualifier. So you can get a free game with any deposit you make. What are you waiting
Today’s fantasy football daily fix delivers news and notes about Aaron Rodgers, Darren McFadden, and the Cleveland quarterbacks, along with DraftKings Week 14 daily fantasy football D/ST recommendations for the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs.