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.
Normally I do not cross into the baseball world while doing my weekly football piece, but I have to give props to the Kansas City Royals. I did predict them to make the playoffs (at 89-73, thank you very much), but their historic run through the postseason was even beyond my expectation.
After a lame 1-3 showing in the opening week of the postseason, it is time to spice things up for the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. Along with my regular ATS pick, I will also do over-under picks for each of the four games.
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.)
Make no mistake, the NFL MVP award is Peyton Manning’s to lose. But he isn’t the only candidate out there.
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.
Fantasy freaking Football. That’s what Midwest Sports Fans founder Jerod Morris says each year as the calendar turns to July. Just two months before the NFL kicks off, this is definitely fantasy football season.
I’ll do my best to recap the unprecedented carnage from Week 5 before looking ahead to tonight’s game between Peyton Manning’s Broncos and Philip Rivers’ Chargers.
I do pre-season fantasy football pieces a little differently these days. There are plenty of rankings out there already, both on the newsstands and online. It is a well worn trail – the downside being that such analysis quickly becomes outdated as events occur during training camp and the pre-season. A player that one could […]
Who are must-have quarterbacks to have on your team when your time is put on the clock? And who should you avoid at all costs? Let’s analyze.
The Ravens head into San Diego tonight looking for a win to stay in a good spot in the tightly contested AFC playoff race and also maintain their lead over the Steelers in the AFC North. At the same time, the Chargers are looking for a win to keep their playoff hopes alive.
It’s playoff time. Enough said. Here are some last minute tips for this week in fantasy football on guys like Philip Rivers, Rashard Mendenhall, Roy Helu, and others.
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.
It’s Philip Rivers versus Blaine Gabbert tonight in a battle of two quarterbacks who have thoroughly underwhelmed this season. Amanda Lawson previews the San Diego Chargers at the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday Night Football.
As always, we begin this Start em, Sit em advice post for Week 10 with a quick recap of last week’s picks, then a full rundown of our start/sit picks at QB, RB, WR, TE, and Defense. (And also, don’t forget: the Raiders and Chargers play this Thursday Night, so make sure you ask about and set your rosters now!)