COACH’S DECISION: Identifies fantasy football players who you normally would play but whose match-up this week is not very good; identifies fantasy football players who you normally would not play but whose match-up this week is good; or identifies fantasy football players who are injured that you, the fantasy coach, will need to make the call on whether or not to play.
As you know, whether you should play the players on your rosters in any given week should be contingent in part on the match-up. This is not about making the perfect choice because we don’t know how players will really do on a week-to-week basis. Rather, this is about making a sensible and reasonable choice on which player to play. So, to assist in being you’re “Second Opinion for Your Fantasy Football Instinct,” the goal in “Fantasy Football Weekly Choices” is to provide you, the fantasy football owner, Continue reading →
The one o’clock games are interesting because three or four of them should result in lop-sided victories, if the Fantasy gods agree. Indeed, owners of play-makers on the Saints, Giants, Ravens, and Titans need to make sure to get them into their active line-ups this week. As for the other two games, one is of the “anything can happen” variety and the other could result in another surprise upset. Continue reading →
The funniest thing about Week 7 is that the stats posted looked very lopsided. A fantasy player either had a monster week, like DeMarco Murray, or a week that killed owners chances for a win, like Ray Rice. This can happen, but it’s certainly not the end of the world. Still nine weeks to go in most fantasy seasons.
The purpose of the Fantasy Three-Sixty is to provide you the overview of each of this past weekend’s games in one place. We give you the “Fantasy Spin,” what to take from each game for fantasy football. Continue reading →
Every fantasy season, there is always a week where numerous players succumb to injury. This year, Week 7 was a fantasy owner’s nightmare given the number of players hurt, and especially if you owned more than one of the players that were injured this past week. In fact, rosters likely resemble triage of the 4-0-7-7 of M*A*S*H unit, Continue reading →
ON THE PINE: Identifies fantasy football players who you should likely avoid unless there is no one else on your roster or on the waiver wire that can help your team win.
NOTE: This list is inclusive of the Quick Hit list for fantasy football players that should be on the pine from the Fantasy Football Weekly Choices for Week 7 Sunday 1pm EST Games and Weekly Choices for Sunday 4:00 pm EST, Sunday & Monday Night Games. Continue reading →