It’s the first week of the season that four teams will be on a bye – Minnesota, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Tampa Bay – but there are few players that are universally started across those four squads. Regardless, here’s a look at who you might want to tinker with within your lineup.
Week 2 of the NFL season saw a healthy mixture of studs doing their thing (Aaron Rodgers! Doug Martin! Julio Jones!) as well as a couple of surprises (James Starks? Charles Clay?). Fantasy football is a crapshoot, but let’s try to make some sense of it all for Week 3.
Hooray, it’s finally time for some 2013 fantasy football start ’em, sit ’em analysis!
After an exciting bout between the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night (where they combined for 76 points), that game certainly woke everyone up that the NFL is back. Ahead, we break down each position with one player to start and sit entering this weekend’s matchups.
For the third time in less than a year, Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens take on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos Thursday night to open the 2013 NFL season.
Welcome back everyone. JD Bunkis and I have a real humdinger of a show this week. A lot of fantasy studs are inactive due to their bye-week. We tell you the best ways to fill those holes at every position.
Here are some players you will definitely start, and some others you will definitely want to sit, for Week 5 of the fantasy football season.
Week 1 is in the books. JD Bunkis and I bring another episode for you where we hold ourselves accountable for our Week 1 picks, provide more predictions for Week 2 and answer some listening questions.
Fantasy Football Week 2 Start em, Sit em Lineup Advice: Welker, Wells, Weeden, Beard-Offs, and More!
Should you be concerned about Wes Welker’s Week 1 struggles? Is Beanie Wells worth starting? Is Brandon Weeden an actual NFL quarterback? Answers to these questions and many more from Nicholas Gerlach.
If you’re reading this post right now, one of three things is happening, with the most likely being that you are in your league’s championship round. Congrats! We’ve got your covered with start/sit picks, some player projections, and Q&A in the comment section throughout the week.
This week needs no introductions. Week 15 is pivotal for all fantasy football owners still alive and playing. We break down the start/sit picks, and provide some player projections, to get you ready for your Week 15 battle.
Whether your fantasy football playoffs have started yet or not, Week 14 is pivotal. And if you’re here, you are looking for start/sit advice and player projections, which is exactly what you’ll get in this post.
Get all of your start em, sit em questions for Week 13 of the fantasy football season answered here, as well as start/sit picks and projections at QB, RB, WR, TE, and D/ST. Oh, and find out about a chance to win tickets to the Big Ten championship game!
Every Sunday morning starting at 10:00 CT (11:00 ET) we are here to answer your last minute start/sit questions.
It’s go time. The playoffs are dead ahead. Now, more than ever, it is vital that you start the right guys. In this post, Jon Washburn outlines his start em, sit em picks for Week 12, and we answer all of your questions in the comment section.
With three games on Thanksgiving Thursday I thought it might be helpful to do a special start/sit column for those games. So in this post I’ll do just that, providing analysis and recommendations for the key players you need to decide on before Turkey Day.