Fantasy Football Maniax | Nov 26th
The Seahawks rank 4th against fantasy receivers, but they are going to have a tough time keeping up with Brown, one of the fastest receivers in the NFL.
WalterFootball | Nov 26th
Brown could be limited in a matchup with Richard Sherman, but I have never seen Brown completely shut out with Roethlisberger at the helm. Get him in there.
Breaking Football | Nov 23rd
Seahawks on the road is not ideal but Big Ben is under center and the Legion Of Boom is not what it once was
RotoBaller | Nov 16th
When Ben Roethlisberger went down with what was categorized as a mid-foot sprain in the fourth quarter of Pittsburgh’s 38-35 victory against the Oakland Raiders last week, it was expected that he would miss at least a couple of games. Surprisingly though, prior to Sunday’s AFC North clash, Roethlisberger was listed as the backup quarterback... Read More
Dynasty League Football | Nov 13th
Good day everyone! I’m filling in for Zach this week on the stack report so let’s get right down to business for week ten. We’ll begin by reviewing how we did in week nine. The highest upside stack of Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown paid off nicely. Brown didn’t get in the endzone but he […] The post FanDuel Stacks: Week Ten appeared first on Dynasty League Foot...
Yahoo! Sports | Nov 10th
Week 9’s winner of the “NFL $500K Baller” contest put up 230.20 points, which bested the rest of the contestants by a comfortable margin. The entry used three Eagles (Sam Bradford, DeMarco Murray and Jordan Matthews) who were all owned by fewer than 3.5% of teams yet combined for 64.60 points, as Sunday night’s overtime game was a big help toward bringing home the $100,000...
RotoBaller | Nov 9th
As all of Antonio Brown's owners know, his performance is directly linked to the presence of Ben Roethlisberger. When Roethlisberger is at the helm, Brown is essentially guaranteed to give you a solid, if not extraordinary performance. Without Roethlisberger though, Brown's production dips significantly. With that being said, at the conclusion of Sunday's game between... Read More
Yahoo! Sports | Nov 9th
For the second time this season, QB Ben Roethlisberger was forced out of Sunday's contest due to an injury. In Week 9 versus the Raiders, Big Ben suffered a mid-foot sprain and is expected to miss 1-2 weeks. In his stead, Landry Jones is likely start under center. As a result, the Steelers should focus on the ground game and continue to feed running back DeAngelo Williams. While that news is les...
RotoBaller | Nov 6th
One of the more difficult tasks in fantasy football is trying to figure out which games will see your star players have their best performances. Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown and Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman are two elite fantasy studs that should deliver huge this week. Before Ben Roethlisberger’s knee injury forced... Read More
Razzball | Nov 6th
I have a very interesting story to tell you, the readers. Picture this: Myself, good ol' Zach, sitting on his couch, cursing Drew Brees. "Why is he cursing Drew Brees?", asks you. Good question. Yes, I played Drew Brees, and yes, I loved that decision. However, out of the 8 tournaments I played last Sunday, Brees was only in 1 of those lineups. I was really high on Jay Cutler and Joe Flacco, and t...
RotoBaller | Oct 31st
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is going to play this week for the first time since injuring his knee in Week 3 against the St. Louis Rams. This means that for the the first time in the 2015 season, the Steelers will have their entire offense intact to begin a game with Big Ben, Antonio... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 25th
It's been a tough year for Antonio Brown, who was the highest rated fantasy receiver coming into the season. Brown was stellar in the first three weeks of the season with 29 catches, 436 yards and two touchdowns, but then Ben Roethlisberger went down with a knee injury and everything changed. Michael Vick struggled in... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 25th
The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback situation has a huge effect on the fantasy value of the wide receivers. Ben Roethlisberger is traveling with the team to Kansas City for Sunday’s game but is not expected to play. Roethlisberger is officially listed as questionable but the expectations are that backup Landry Jones will serve the starting quarterback... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 23rd
Antonio Brown – WR, Pittsburg Steelers When I first mentioned Antonio Brown on this list last week, the premise was rather simple: hang in there while Michael Vick is under center, leave Brown in your lineup, and hope for the best. Obviously injuries are never something you hope for, but sometimes there's a silver lining to a team being forced... Read More
Athlon Sports | Oct 23rd
By Week 7, it's time to take stock of your fantasy team. You look at the players you drafted and now are on your bench. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Athlon Sports | Oct 21st
Last week’s Patience or Panic post had some bigger and surprising names. Many of these names continued to flounder in Week 6. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Oct 19th
Antonio Brown wants Ben Roethlisberger to come back, and badly. Ever since Big Ben injured his knee in Week 3, Brown's production has dropped dramatically. Prior to Ben's injury, Brown had a 35 game streak of at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards. In the three games since Roethlisberger's injury, Brown has only had... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 16th
Superstar wide receiver Antonio Brown has been the safest fantasy star over the last couple of years. That was until Michael Vick replaced the injured Ben Roethlisberger as quarterback on the Pittsburgh Steelers a few weeks ago. Brown went thirty-five consecutive games with at least fifty receiving yards but has failed to reach that number... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 16th
I can't believe I'm actually adding Antonio Brown to my list of players with warning signals, but given the amount of panic since Michael Vick came into the starting lineup I think there are plenty of owners out there who need some reassurance. With Vick under center, Brown has been a massive disappointment. Even with that in mind,... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 9th
We’re just one game into the Michael Vick era in Pittsburgh following the knee injury to Ben Roethlisberger, and things have become terrifying for fantasy owners counting on Antonio Brown. The Steelers wide receiver ended his 35-game streak of five or more catches and at least fifty yards (five catches and 42 yards) in Vick’s first... Read More
SoCalledFanEx | Oct 9th
It was not a great week for my Weekly Value Based Drafting strategy, as studs like Antonio Brown and Julio Jones had their worst week of the year. I think that is definitely an outlier and should be taken with a grain of salt: you can’t win every week, otherwise everyone would be doing it. […] The post Week 5 Daily Fantasy Football: Value Based Drafting Targets appeared first on So-Ca...