As injuries and bye weeks begin to stack up, the questions about your lineup do as well. Here’s a look at a lingering question for each position heading into Week 6.
Four games is probably a bit too quick to judge a team, but it’s a good sample size to get an idea of how a team might be using different players this season. For some, there are lingering questions revolving around age, health and future with a team, each of which might have an effect on that player’s fantasy performance.
Let’s take a look at some of those questions out there heading into Week 5.
The Oakland A’s have suffered an incredible collapse since peaking in early August. Here’s a look at what has happened.
Wednesday morning, I had the opportunity to interview FOX Sports football reporter Jay Glazer to help promote “Talk Like A Pirate Day” – or #TLAPD – which is this Friday, September 19. It’s a partnership with Captain Morgan to not only encourage everyone to channel their inner buccaneer, but also raise money for charitable organizations. For every tweet that uses the hashtag #CaptainAndColaaarr, $1 will be donated to two charities that Glazer is affiliated with, NYC’s City Harvest as well as Purple Heart Homes.
You might be familiar with one of Aesop’s Fables, entitled “The Tortoise and the Hare.”
Either way, let’s take a journey, if you will, back to a magical time that Milwaukee Brewers fans called “June.”
Fantasy Football leagues aren’t necessarily won on draft day, but they certainly can be lost.
It’s not always who you pick for your roster, but also about who you’re able to avoid. Whether or not you want to avoid them altogether or decide simply not worth the value they may be pegged at, you’ll be better off if you can keep these names off your roster.
Here are the top 10 players you should completely avoid while drafting this season.
After a long, sordid seven years, the Green Bay Packers appear set to finally put the No. 4 of Brett Favre where it belongs – along with the likes of Reggie White and Ray Nitschke in Packers immortality at Lambeau Field.
For the first three months of the MLB season, it looked like Troy Tulowitzki was going to run away with the 2014 National League MVP award. The Rockies shortstop was leading the league in batting average (.340), slugging percentage (.432), on-base percentage (.603) and OPS (1.035), in addition to ranking first in WAR (5.6) and third in home runs (21) just a few weeks ago. But a few developments in the last few weeks have paved the way for what could very well be a wide-open NL MVP race as we head towards the stretch run.
As OTAs are winding down for NFL teams we’re starting to get a better picture of what each roster will look like this fall. With that in mind, here our ranking of the 10 best position groups in the league. Some of them have been helped out by free agency and the draft, while others have been dominant for several years.
We’re already at the quarter mark of the MLB season, which is hard to believe, really, but there are a number of individuals who are off to sensational starts. At this point several players have distinguished themselves and have separated themselves from the rest of the pack.
Here’s a look at the leader for each of the three main awards for each league: Cy Young, Rookie of the Year and MVP.
There were 256 players selected last week during the 2014 NFL Draft, but only some of those guys will make an instant impact in the league. Here’s our look at the 10 rookies who will make the biggest immediate impact with their new teams.
It’s finally NFL Draft week, much to everyone’s delight. Teams are putting the finishing touches on their big boards, just as various experts are finalizing what they predict the first round will look like on Thursday night.
Here we take a look at six of those experts and where they have the consensus top 25 prospects being selected in the 2014 NFL Draft.
The National League Central has a important week of intra-division play this week. Here is a preview.
Quarterbacks typically get the majority of the hype before the NFL Draft, but the better players and the cream of the crop in the 2014 draft play on the other side of the ball. Here’s a look at the top 10 players in this year’s draft class.