As mentioned last week, if you are playing in a playoff fantasy football league, it is much like playing regular season fantasy football. You need to consider your league’s format. For instance, if you are picking a fixed roster that will never change for the entire playoffs, you need to consider your player’s chances of being on a team that goes all the way to the Super Bowl. For that, consider consulting The Fantasy Greek’s Continue reading
What an amazing week of wildcard football last week! The Ravens handily beat a Colts team many prognosticators thought could beat them. After what looked like a game the Bengals could win, the Texans took control and held the Bengals to under two hundred yards of total offense. For the Vikings, they couldn’t get their offense going even with an experienced back-up quarterback until the very end, with the game Continue reading
For those of you familiar with The Fantasy Greek’s “Quick Hits,” it is a tool intended to help you pick players from among a pool of players on your roster, while considering the quality of player, the player’s role on his team, injury issues (if any), and the game match-up. This list is Continue reading
The rankings try to reflect player value and how deep the player’s team may go into the playoffs. The ranking is intended for so-called “One and Done Leagues.” If your fantasy playoff league allows you to adjust your roster weekly, then consult our weekly “Huddle,” and “Quick Hits.” If you are looking for an analysis of what The Fantasy Greek’s expectation is for each team in terms of how deep they will go into the playoffs Continue reading
What an amazing week of wildcard football last week! The Falcons were essentially shutout by the Giants. The Texans handily beat a Bengals team that many prognosticators thought could beat them. After what started off as a close game, the Saints rolled over the Lions. And, the Broncos, well, they stunned fans, including their own fans, by stealing a game away from last season’s Super Bowl runner-ups, the Steelers! Continue reading
If you liked the Saturday games, the Sunday games should be just as entertaining, and then some. Two of the best defensive teams, the Texans versus the Ravens, face-off against each other while two of the best offensive teams, the Giants versus the Packers, face-off against each other. 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.
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.
ON THE GRIDIRON: Identifies a Quick Hit list of fantasy football players you should put in your roster because of their match-up or because of their role on their team’s offense.