To be honest, I struggled with my NFL Week 14 FanDuel selections.
Outside of Thursday Night Football, 30 NFL teams will be playing on Sunday and Monday, allowing for numerous options in one-week leagues. Last week I suggested several bargain plays such as Ryan Fitzpatrick, Shaun Hill, Tre Mason and Kenny Stills who worked out quite well.
Out of over 80,000 entries, the $175,000 winner of last Sunday’s Million Dollar contest racked up 252.02 points with the following lineup.
You see the adverts about selecting your FanDuel lineup in just seconds. Just click Jamaal Charles Le’Veon Bell, Demaryius Thomas, Odell Beckham, et al. But obviously no one can create an All-Star team that will fit under the $60,000 cap. The utilization of value plays is what makes it all work. Fortunately, strategies exist in Week 13 for contestants to take advantage of matchups while allowing cap room for elite players.
On the heels of last week’s hugely successful Polar Vortex edition of Against The Spread we bring you the even harsher Lake Effect version.
If you happen to be hunkered down in a western New York snow cave while reading this, don’t fear. Not only do I bring you successful picks, but also the best FanDuel plays for Week 12.
Looking for the best Week 11 investments in the wildly popular FanDuel contest? We provide some recommended plays, along with dark horses and some players I might shy away from.
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.
Robert Griffin III, Jamal Charles, Adrian Peterson, Knowshon Moreno, A.J. Green, Ryan Mathews, Doug Martin and Vernon Davis.
The attrition, epidemic of injuries and other issues has turned the NFL upside down in the last fortnight.
This week’s Against The Spread picks includes analysis plus fantasy and other ramifications moving forward.
Football fans are told they must participate in fantasy football. I am told by friends, commercials, and even TV shows like “The League” that I am not a football fan or expert until I show I can win my fantasy league. This season I said to hell with all that and decided I wasn’t going to participate in any fantasy football leagues, and because of my decision, I’ve never had more fun watching football.
It’s true. There is an app that allows you to play single-game fantasy football challenges, during the NFL playoffs, for cash! You can download the app and be playing within minutes. You might be skeptical right now, but you won’t after you read this. (Plus, I have a simple way to get you $50 in free bonus bucks to play.)
It is fantasy football playoff time. For many fans, it means devoting even more cognitive processes to America’s most beloved sporting empire.
This weeks picks include a bombardment of important stats to help you survive into Week 15, along with heaping portions of breathtaking propaganda.
If it’s not win or cry time in fantasy football, then we’re only getting closer.
Now that we’re into Week 10, getting those crucial points from sleepers only has a greater impact on whether you’re setting the lineup in the postseason. To that end, let’s cut the chatter and get to this week’s fantasy football sleepers.
The 2013 fantasy football waiver wire continues to slim down as the playoffs near. So, it’s obviously much more difficult to find a legitimate replacement when needing a bye-week filler or want to try and upgrade at a specific position. The good news is that talent does remain, along with recent production to back it […]
Nearing the end of the line for the 2013 fantasy football regular season, seeking out those Week 9 sleepers is imperative to help improve playoff positioning.
At this stage of the season, losses could really hurt, even if you’ve already solidified a postseason spot. After all, seeding plays a major role and matchups are everything in the postseason.
Nearing the final stretch of the 2013 fantasy football season, it’s make or break time in Week 9.
Those atop your league will be looking to cement a top spot in the rankings, which could also mean a bye week. Then there are those fighting for a playoff opportunity, which is where the waiver wire plays an even greater role.
Here, we check out those potential adds for Week 9.