Las Vegas betting odds and matchup data should be two of your primary starting points when ranking players or projecting players each week. Las Vegas pours piles of money into making sure they make even larger piles of money by the time the final whistle blows Monday night. They’re projections are going to be closer [...]
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Winning tournaments at FanDuel and Draft Kings comes down to picking the correct wide receivers. Yeah, we need good performances out of quarterbacks and running backs, defenses and kickers, but any one of four wide receivers on any one of 32 teams could go for 200 and 3 TDs on a given week.
With so much turmoil between injuries and suspensions and overall production shortfalls this season, it is nice to have a few aces up your sleeve when setting a fantasy football lineup. Everyone knows you start guys like LeSean McCoy, Aaron Rodgers and Calvin Johnson every week. Some may be tempted to sit Peyton Manning against [...]
Two weeks into the season, and so much seems out of sorts in the world of fantasy football. Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson are gone for the foreseeable future. Early-round players such as Eddie Lacy, Victor Cruz and Vincent Jackson are struggling. What does it all mean? Which players can help get a fantasy team [...]
Where Week 1 lineups seem to be the easiest to set, basically starting the guys you drafted to start, Week 2 starts to get a little muddier. For example, Keenan Allen, who disappeared vs. Arizona last week now draws Richard Sherman and the Seattle Seahawks. You drafted him to start him, and I’d typically harp [...]
As uneasy as I feel about my running back projections, it’s probably tenfold for the wide receivers. Wide receiver is the most volatile position in fantasy football. I’m guessing when it comes to determining workload in a lot of these cases.