Should Tony Romo remain on the bench for the time being? (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

With Week 1 in the books, some players stepped up and some players laid a complete goose egg for your fantasy team. Sure, it’s not time to panic, but there is some reason for alarm after starting 0-1. Below are some choices to start or sit based on matchups.

Start ‘Em

Jake Locker (vs. Dallas): The Cowboys allowed over 17 points to Colin Kaepernick in Week 1 and looked very porous. Sure, if you have a stud quarterback make sure to start them, but Locker makes a great sleeper pick against a terrible defense. Continue reading Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 2 »

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Robert Griffin III might not be best option in Week 1. (Robert Hingle/US Presswire)

Football is finally back as Thursday is the opening night of the 2014-15 NFL season. There are no players in this game who are on this list, so no need to worry about your Thursday players. Well, unless you really don’t have a choice.

Start ‘Em

Nick Foles (vs. Jacksonville): That’s right. Foles is now the full-time starter for the City of Brotherly Love with Michael Vick out of the picture. In Week 1, he gets a matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars who gave up an average of 19 fantasy points to quarterbacks in 2013. If Foles can get the ball down the field early and often, then this game will be a laugher. Continue reading Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 1 »

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Tom Brady throwing

Fantasy football is fickle. It is a game of chance where the best laid plans can regularly crumble before your tear-filled eyes. In the most basic sense, it is a game of risk analysis. Drafting your team is easily the most important part. Which players are most likely to score the most points? Which players have the greatest chance for injury or regression?

But, really, it’s a game of chance. Nevertheless, due to hype, rumors, or general Internet frenzy–come draft day, there are always NFL players who are wildly undervalued while others are wildly overvalued.

Continue reading Overvalued and Undervalued 2014 Fantasy Football Players »

Fantasy Football 2014 Sleepers

August 28, 2014 at 8:05pm in Fantasy, Featured
justin hunter (Bleacher Report)

It’s about that time of year. The start to the 2014 fantasy football season is only a couple weeks away. Sundays, along with Monday and Thursday nights, are about to become relevant once again.

With the start of the season right around the corner, now is a good time to brush up on knowledge of potential sleeper candidates for the upcoming campaign. A quick refresher for those readers new to fantasy football: players who can bring a team good value in the later rounds of a draft are viewed as “sleepers“.

Although some people have varying definitions on what qualifies a player to be a true sleeper candidate, for the purpose of this article sleepers can be considered generally undervalued players. Continue reading Fantasy Football 2014 Sleepers »

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Rob Gronkowski

Patriots players and coaches have taken to the practice field, and Rob Gronkowski was spotted running up a hill.

Consequently, it is time to begin thinking about which Patriot players you will want on your fantasy squad, and which players you should avoid. What do the odds makers say? Bet now on the best NFL odds here.

Everyone wants their favorite NFL player to succeed on their fantasy roster, but you must consider where you should take them and what should you expect from them. Let’s examine:

Continue reading 2014 Fantasy Value of Patriots Players »

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Lonnie Chisenhall

With 50 games in the books for most squads, it might be time to give some players a short leash with other options on the waiver wire. From starting pitching to the hot corner, here are some options to look to add this week and moving forward.
All stats via ESPN.com as of Monday, May 19th.

Batters

Lonnie Chisenhall:

Over his last seven contests, the third baseman has driven in six runs while also notching four two hit games with a couple of home runs. The .371 average is a surprise on the season, but, with a bat this hot, Chisenhall might be a go-to guy at his position until he starts to cool off.
Continue reading Week 9 Waiver-Wire Pickups: Lonnie Chisenhall, Garrett Jones Making Some Noise »

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Seth Smith (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

The MLB season has reached the quarter pole and that means it is time to find the fill-ins for all the ailing players in baseball after 40 or so contests. There are plenty of power bats out there, but only a few can really make a difference. As for pitching, there are some names that are known starting to show signs of life as well as pitchers you have just recently began to pitch brilliantly.

All stats via ESPN.com as of Monday, May 19th.

Batters

Seth Smith, San Diego Padres:

With only five home runs on the season, Smith might not be that tantalizing of an option. However, with the Padres playing a lot of right-handed pitchers, the veteran outfielder is a great streamer option as he has hit homers in consecutive contests against righties and should get more playing time as he has brought life to a listless offense. Continue reading Week 8 Waiver-Wire Pickups: Seth Smith, Yangervis Solarte Showing Pop »

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