Week eight of the National Football League is officially in the books. And with that, fantasy football fans are looking towards the waiver wire to see if their team can be improved in any way due to numerous injuries to prominent players and six teams on a bye. Before we
The Ravens bounced back from an 8-8 record in 2013 to clinch a playoff spot in 2014 with a win over the Brown in Week 17. The path to the playoffs is not going to be any easier for the Ravens in 2015. The AFC North matches up on the
Welcome to the Week 10 AFC Target Report. For those unfamiliar with the format, five players will be examined based on their usage in the passing game and an attempt to describe what it means from a fantasy standpoint is the end goal. The first number in parentheses is the number
If you happened to miss my QB/RB version of this article that was published yesterday, you can check it out right here. Without any further ado, here is the WR/TE Week 4 version of The Good, The Mediocre, and The Ugly.
Monday Night Football week 11 is upon us, and it’s a great matchup. Tom Brady and the first place New England Patriots head down to Carolina to take on Cam Newton and the red hot Panthers. I am picking Carolina to win. They’re at home, with the second best defense
Here are the guys I like or dislike in week 8 compared to the other experts on FantasyPros.com. I focus on guys that are actually on that start/sit bubble. There’s no need to tell you I’m higher on DeSean Jackson when I have him ranked #3 and the expert consensus rank
Rare are the times in fantasy sports when you can draft a player who’s a certifiable stud, a clear No. 1 option on his team at what’s a clear value. Heading into the 2013 football season there are actually two players who fit this description: Steve Smith and Josh Gordon,