FanDuel NFL lineup advice (Week 11) – Blue By You

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.

Packers’ Offense Goes Missing In Detroit

In their loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday, the Green Bay Packers put forth one of their worst offensive performances of the Aaron Rodgers era. Their run game was nonexistent, many of Rodgers’ passes were off and their wide receivers dropped too many catchable balls.

Jordy Nelson wants $10 million a year from Green Bay Packers

A few weeks ago I was told that the Green Bay Packers and wide receiver Jordy Nelson were close to agreeing on a contract extension that would keep him with the team for a long time. Since that time, Nelson’s contract demands have apparently grown a bit and the two sides aren’t as close as they once were.

Randall Cobb: Packers WR has broken right fibula, out six to eight weeks

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb has quickly become a go-to guy for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. But on Sunday the 23-year-old Kentucky product suffered an injury that will put him out of commission for a while.

Green Bay Packers Tailgate Tour makes first stop in Iowa

At the end of March, Green Bay Packers President Mark Murphy announced the stops for the eighth annual Packers Tailgate Tour! For those of you who don’t know, the Packers Tailgate Tour is a week-long event where current players, alumni and usually some staff from the front office, Murphy, travel around the state of Wisconsin […]

Fantasy Football Week 6 Sleepers: Kolb, Cobb, Cook, and More!

In this post for Week 6 of the fantasy football season, I will point you toward the guys on the waiver wires, or deep on your benches, who should be piquing your interest for various different reasons. So grab a snack, settle down, and without further ado let’s get into the fantasy football sleepers of week 6.

The Pick-Up Artist: Fantasy Football Week 2 Waiver Wire Pickups and Advice

In this week’s edition of The Pick-Up Artist, Trick Suley provides four names that are probably on your waiver wire, all of whom are likely to make your roster better.

Fantasy Football Draft Analysis: 16-Round, 12-Team Fantasy Draft Sample

MSF’s Kurt Allen analyzes a 16-round, 12-team online draft he was involved in over the weekend. Where did your targeted fantasy football prospects go?

Fantasy Football Week 6 Start Em Sit Em Picks and Player Projections for Hillis, Hernandez, Dez, Stevie J, and more

Is 2011 going to be the highest scoring fantasy season of all time? All signs indicate that it could be. That means that making the right start em, sit em decisions has never been more crucial. So let Jon and Jerod help you set your Week 6 lineups in this week’s Start/Sit column.

Fantasy Football Week 5 Waiver Wire Advice: Crabtree, Cruz, Cook, Casey, Kendall Hunter, and many more

Six teams have a bye in Week Five, so many fantasy owners will be hitting the waiver wire in search of one week rentals to fill out their rosters while others are trying to fill holes created by injuries or ineffectiveness. Among the names analyzed in Andy Bottom’s waiver wire advice column for Week 5 are Crabtree, Cruz, Cook, Casey, Kendall Hunter, and many, many more.

Fantasy Football FAAB Advice: Is Cam Newton worth a high FAAB bid? Ryan Fitzpatrick? Ben Tate? (And many more…)

The point of emphasis of this column is to go somewhat outside the box in regards in waiver wire pick-ups and beyond the usual recommendations. Another objective is to indicate whether certain players are worth a substantial bid in FAAB formats.