There have been a lot of names thrown out regarding this seasons NFL MVP award. Ezekiel “Zeke” Elliott. David Johnson. Tom Brady. All of them have been discussed and all of that discussion had merit.
The 2016 NFL season has begun and, despite me doing an awesome podcast (which you should all subscribe to and review here), I will in fact be doing fantasy football writing this year.
Can we all take a minute to appreciate the stars in the NFL? Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Week 10 Waiver Targets”
On Bye: Oakland Raiders; St. Louis Rams; Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Dallas Cowboys
Fantasy Football is a weird game. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Week 6 Waiver Targets, An Exciting Opportunity, And What To Do About Slumping Stars”
Alright so let’s face it, week 1 for a few of you wasn’t pretty. Especially if you pinned your hopes on first round picks like C.J. Anderson, Peyton Manning, Odell Beckham Jr., and Drew Brees.
But fear not, there is hope out there beyond those picks. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Week 2 Waiver Targets”
Division and playoff predictions are tricky in the NFL.
Every week a team can look like a “team to beat” or the worst team you’ve ever seen. With the NFL only playing 16 games, one could put themselves in a situation to be roundly criticized for picking the wrong team without the benefit of hindsight. Continue reading “2015 NFL Preview: NFC Division Predictions”
We finally have real football. No more guessing or wondering what players will look like. We have tape, competition, and I have opinions on what I saw. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Five Takeaways From Week 1 Of The Preseason & Some Fantasy Football Musings”
With NFL OTAs wrapping up and Minicamp set to begin next week, there are plenty of storylines to monitor as the 2015 NFL season approaches. Here are seven I think are worth following. Continue reading “NFL 2015: 90 Days From Kickoff, Here Are 7 Storylines To Keep An Eye On Heading Into Minicamp”
Yes, I have issues with Jameis Winston. Continue reading “My Real Issues With Jameis Winston, And Why He Will Be Drafted Number One Overall Despite Them”
The quarterback position is the most important position in fantasy football.
Go ahead and disagree. I say that without a hint of reservation or sarcasm. It doesn’t make sense to place the hopes of a well drafted team in the hands of someone who isn’t going to consistently give you the production you need from, what should be, the steadiest spot on your roster. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2014: Fantasy Football Quarterback Tiers Done My Way”