In my initial post in this series, I reminded you why I like ADP so much. It is one of the most revealing tools in our arsenal. This next portion of the top 120 gives us more examples why the zero-RB strategy works so well. There are a pile of good options in here. There are […]
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Position scarcity has been a buzz phrase in this industry for as long as I’ve been playing. In this case scarcity refers to a drop-off in talent. There will be plenty of wide receivers on an NFL field this season, but many of them won’t be worth rostering. Figuring out which position has the widest […]
I had a family gathering this morning so I’m up against the clock here. As usual, there’s lots of news popping off this morning — Spencer Ware is active for the Chiefs, but he probably will only be an emergency back, boosting Charcandrick West and both Alshon Jeffery and Zach Miller are active for the […]
Congratulations, Ninja! You’ve advanced to the semifinals of your fantasy football league. The jellybeans are just two wins away. Or, maybe you’re not even playing season long at all. You’re trying to find the best plays in daily fantasy football at Draft Kings, FanDuel, Yahoo or any number of other sites.
A ton of money changes hands in Las Vegas sportsbooks on NFL Sundays. They have crack teams of number crunchers who are way better than me and you when it comes to guessing likely scores of NFL games.
I love/hate waking up early Sunday morning to find out the latest NFL news. This morning’s rumors/news includes: Gary Barnidge and Travis Benjamin are expected to be good to go. C.J. Anderson will be very limited if he plays. Rob Gronkowski will be good to go “if needed.” DeMarco Murray is the Eagles’ No. 4 […]
I’ll have some players going in tonight’s Packers-Lions game, both in season-long and daily fantasy. Some pretty great matchups, especially for our Thanksgiving feaster, Calvin Johnson. Just like with cranberry sauce, you usually don’t want to go too heavy on players on the Thursday slate. However I might have a bit more exposure to these teams […]