Kyle Soppe takes an analytical look at the impact Thursday night games have on each Fantasy Football position.
It was cute when the Texans had their superstar defensive end J.J. Watt line up as a tight end on Sunday and catch a 1-yard touchdown. The Patriots did that a bunch with Mike Vrabel (and the Bears with The Fridge, too) back in the day — it’s funny to see a huge, defensive-minded dude run a baby route and catch the football like he’s wearing Mickey Mouse gloves.
With just a week or two remaining in your Fantasy Baseball playoffs, Tristan H. Cockcroft is looking ahead to the 2015 season with his top 250 keeper ranks. Angels outfielder Mike Trout remains number one, but who replaced Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera at number two?
To determine Fantasy Football value you have to look past just the amount of fantasy points a player produces. Jon Collins of Fantasy Sports Locker Room looks at the Week 2 workload in the NFC to see which players could be in line for continued success, or a big breakout performance in the weeks to come.
Brad Evans of Yahoo! Fantasy Football looks at the players who were likely drafted but have been stuck on your bench through two weeks and need to be in your Week 3 lineup. To fit his criteria these players have to have been started in fewer than 60% of Y! leagues. Players likely Tony Romo and Joique Bell have particularly good matchups you need to take advantage of, while Danny Woodhead is in for an increased workload in Ryan Mathews absence.
Pat Mayo previews Week 3 of Fantasy Football 2014 revealing his top starts, sits and sleepers along with the Week 3 FLEX Rankings.
On today’s show, Gabe brings in Jeff Mans to get his opinion on the Adrian Peterson debacle, watch as he and Gabe get fired up over the NFL and their decision making processes. The two then ultimately come to the conclusion that ugly Quarterbacks are better.
FNTSY Sports Today’s Corey Erdman and Pat Mayo analyze how to approach the Adrian Peterson situation from a Fantasy perspective. Then, they discuss how Wes Welker and Josh Gordon owners should utilize their assets moving forward.
Nick Capozzi is joined by Seth Kline to give injury updates and advice on some key players heading into week three, such as Vernon Davis, A.J. Green, and Ryan Mathews.
Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw entered 2014 as the team’s number two running back behind incumbent starter Trent Richardson. As the Roto Professor points out however, through two weeks he’s been emerging as the team’s clear cut best option at the position, and should be in your starting lineup for Week 3.