Welcome back to another season of fantasy football everyone. Week 1 has been completed and many are lead to believe there fantasy teams are in trouble. Injuries have riddled teams and many top performers flopped in very big ways. I’m here to tell you Relax people. I have done my homework, so let’s dive into this week’s data and get cracking. Continue reading Week 1 Woes Lead Me To Say, “Relax”
Ahhhh Yes, do you smell that? Draft Season is in the air! Soon people from all around will gather together to play the game we all love FANTASY FOOTBALL. By now many of you might have already drafted your teams, and are sitting on the edge of your seat for the season to start. Others are waiting for that glorious day like Christmas morning. Proving who is the smartest out of your friends, to show who has the true knowledge of football, is the sole reason we play the game. If you’re a Newbie or a Homer you know you are out to be the best. I dedicate this piece to my fantasy league: 40 oz. to Freedom. These are the people you just may meet in your league this year. Continue reading The People You May Meet in Your League
The fantasy football season is approaching us quickly. Running back is going to be a very scarce position this year. Amidst all of the off-season news, last week we found that Ezekiel Elliott would be receiving a six game suspension. Today, I will be telling you about where I think Elliott should go in your draft, and the perfect strategy for drafting him.
We need to acknowledge the fact that even though Elliott is receiving a six game suspension, that does not necessarily mean he is out the first six weeks. The Cowboys have a week 6 bye, meaning Zeke will be out week 7, and be returning in week 8. For most fantasy regular seasons, this is more than half the season. With most fantasy playoffs beginning in week 12-14, it makes it hard to invest a first round draft pick on someone who will not help you through the regular season. Continue reading The Best Strategy To Use When Considering Drafting Ezekiel Elliott
Last week, I discussed the first three Tier 2 Running Backs on LeSean McCoy, Melvin Gordon, and Devonta Freeman. You can go back and read this article by clicking here. This week, we will be following the same format with the remaining three Tier 2 Running Backs.
Your sitting in the back half of the 1st round, or maybe even the beginning of the second, and wondering to yourself which player should you take? You’re saying to yourself “Maybe I should take a Wide Receiver since the top 3 running backs are off the board, so let me stock up now and find running backs later.” I am here to tell you, DON’T PANIC!!! Taking a Runningback in the late first round a great choice, but which one should you take? Today I will be giving you a rundown of why this year’s Tier 2 Running backs could be studs or duds.