YOU! Yea, you there, wasting your employer’s time and money struggling to finalize your lineups this fine Friday afternoon. You’re the first contestant on The Fantasy Report dot Net’s weekly article “The Price is Right: DraftKings Edition.” This piece is designed to help you find some of the best value and identify players who may be flying a bit under the radar for the DraftKings Week 14 Sunday slate.
We’re deep into the season, meaning your opportunity to make some real money playing NFL DFS is slowly dwindling and DraftKings pricing has caught up to your favorite players for the most part. Finding good value this time of the year is more difficult than not, but fortunately we’re all in this together and today we’re really scraping the bottom of the barrel. Fear not, however, as there are guys out there who can give you some real good bang for your buck. So sit back, relax, and start finding whatever early Christmas gift you’re going to buy yourself with all that DK money that comes pouring in this week.
The time has come and gone for the Sunday Stash in 2016. You’re in the fantasy playoffs and you’re doing your best to put in the research and advance to Week 15. It is very easy to come to this point in the year and begin to second guess your lineups and decision making. There are many different decisions to be made this weekend that can lead you to victory or send you into fantasy NBA research. You don’t want to be that guy that gets knocked out of the playoffs for something avoidable. Let’s take a look and see if we can avoid the traps that owners can fall into this time of year.
As we enter the fantasy football playoffs, the staff of the Fantasy Report have compiled their standard and PPR rankings to help you win your league. We rank all starting QBs, 50 RBs, 60 WRs, 20 TEs and 20 DSTs.
Last week went well for the hot or not edition. Andrew Luck threw for 4 TDs against the Jets and Jeremy Hill found the end zone. Kirk Cousins threw for a TD and an INT, Jay Ajayi found it tough sledding on the ground and AllenRobinson barely had 30 yards receiving. The only player who did not hit was Brandon Marshall, as he had a poor showing on Monday night along with the rest of the New York Jets roster. With Week 14 here, it is time to find who you will want to have in your starting lineups to help you advance in the fantasy playoffs!
In this episode Derrick and Stephen discuss NFL news and notes, discuss what you can learn from being wrong throughout the fantasy football season, and answer your fantasy playoff questions. Check out this episode!
As we enter week 14, many leagues have begun their fantasy playoffs, or this is your last week to make a push to get in. With there being no bye weeks, the whole NFL roster is available to you and likely you have many offensive weapons to choose from. So instead of making a waiver wire article full of sleepers that you may have a hard time starting over your star players, I’ll remind you of a quote that Bear Bryant made famous: “Defense wins championships.” So I’m going to show you 4 DSTs that I believe should be heavily streamed in week 14.
Coffee With Q is my weekly article designed to give you a first look at the week ahead while your killing time at work or sitting on the John or doing whatever it is you do to help you get through your miserable Monday mornings. I’ll review some of what happened in Week 13 and also take a look ahead to Week 14 in the NFL.
YOU! Yea, you there, wasting your employer’s time and money struggling to finalize your lineups this fine Friday afternoon. You’re the first contestant on The Fantasy Report dot Net’s weekly article “The Price is Right: DraftKings Edition.” This piece is designed to help you find some of the best value and identify players who may be flying a bit under the radar for the DraftKings Week 13 Sunday slate.
We hit the nail on the head with Colin Kaepernick (QB1) in Week 12 after a QB-free Week 11. Brandon LaFell, Will Tye, and CJ Fiedorowicz were underwhelming to say the least. Brandon LaFell did see 9 targets but was incredibly inefficient, posting a 3/38/0 line on the week. An odd game where the Giants never really got their offense moving left Tye with a 2 catch day. CJ would’ve been helped out quite nicely if he was able to find the endzone since he only put up 4 catches for 42 yards. With the current state of tight ends, there are any number of players that can land between TE6-TE25 in a given week depending on whether or not they score. For example, without a touchdown CJ was TE21 on the week. With a touchdown, he would’ve jumped all the way up to TE8. It’s difficult playing tight end roulette week after week, but any number of guys in the right situation can pay off handsomely depending on their touchdown equity.
This week will feature more streaming candidates with a focus on low-owned players in good spots for the playoffs. Good luck as we head towards the playoffs.
This week as we head into the championship drive of your fantasy football playoffs, I have decided to focus my waiver wire article on the wide receiver position. This week the choices made at wide receiver will likely help fantasy players win games that clinch them into fantasy playoff scenarios. With only 2 teams on bye, (Browns and Titans) almost every player will be available to you, but let me show you four wide receivers I think you should be looking at to help improve your team.