Week 15 was a bizarre week for upsets as the Giants, the Titans, the Texans, and most of all, the Packers, went down to surprising defeats. Now that Week 15 is over, the pool of teams vying for a fantasy football championship has thinned. This week was relatively quiet (if there is such a thing) on the injury front, however most injuries appeared to be the sort that the affected player should be able to bounce back in time for Week 16 games. We will simply list all the most notable injuries as follows: 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 is inclusive of the Quick Hit list for fantasy football players that should be on the pine, built upon from the Fantasy Football Weekly Choices for Week 14 Sunday 1pm EST Games and Weekly Choices for Sunday 4:00 pm EST, Sunday & Monday Night Games. Continue reading
Just when most fantasy footballers thought they would not see the number of injuries we had in Week 7 (seventeen total), Week 10 was a friendly reminder that we are a long way from the end of the season and anything can happen in fantasy football. Continue reading
Well, as everyone knows, the Broncos were awful in 2010, finishing 4-12, to cap the trainwreck that started a couple of seasons ago. Still, there is hope for the Broncos. Several players looked good last season (see earlier preview) and the new management led by John Fox and John Elway has already made its experienced presence felt. Continue reading
Well, as everyone knows, the Broncos were awful in 2010, finishing 4-12, to cap the trainwreck that started a couple of seasons ago. Continue reading
For those teams playing for a fantasy championship in Week 16, or in the hunt for a fantasy championship, it was frustrating week, as many playmakers didn’t do well. Continue reading