What a miserable week of fantasy football last week was. Much like NFL players themselves, however, you’ve got to put it behind you and look forward.
If you have Nick Chubb or Amari Cooper on your fantasy roster, you’re already off to a nice week. Here are some starts & sits that can help you build on that.
Knowing when to stay the course and when to cut bait is a key to building a strong fantasy roster. Don’t panic because of one bad performance.
Be sure to grab a piece of potential shootouts like Chiefs-Cardinals and Chargers-Raiders.
Who’s the top pick overall? Who’s the best receiver? Who are the sleepers to target and the rookies to watch? Get prepped for your fantasy draft here.
Identifying value – and potential upside – is a benchmark of any successful fantasy football drafting strategy. Here are nine players who appear to be values at their current ADPs.
Often, in our zeal to find the next breakout fantasy star, we ignore the red flags. Here are this year’s most-overhyped fantasy picks.
It’s almost playoff time. If you’re still in the hunt, you need to win. Now. Stop messing around with stashes and go get whoever you need to get the job done.
Instead of throwing another dart this week, I’ll tell you again to sit the weaponless Ryan Tannehill and start whoever you want instead. Your guess is apparently as good as mine.
It’s Thanksgiving week and if you’re a fantasy football manager like me, you have plenty for which to be thankful.