Fantasy Football Maniax | Nov 29th
Dallas is just 26th against fantasy running backs, I think the Panthers will lean on Stewart a lot this game.
Breaking Football | Nov 29th
Has been cooking but road date against desperate Cowboys could be tricky
WalterFootball | Nov 29th
Stewart keeps getting it done even though he isn't the focus of this offense. He's getting the touches and that's what matters. His touchdown numbers won't be automatic, but he's finding ways to get into the end zone and Dallas is giving up 155 total yards to running backs, as well as one total touchdown per game.
SoCalledFanEx | Nov 25th
Welcome back to the Daily Fantasy Football: 3 Value Picks at RB for Week 12. Last week ended up being a solid week all around, for my picks at least.Daily lineups however may have been decimated by injuries to several great plays in Week 11. The Value Pick of Jonathan Stewart (17.9 points) and Darren […] The post Week 12 Daily Fantasy Football: 3 Value Picks at RB, and 3 To Avoid appeared f...
RotoBaller | Nov 25th
Jonathan Stewart and Darren McFadden will compete in a figurative pulling of the wish bone during Thursday's Thanksgiving matchup of the undefeated Carolina Panthers and suddenly rejuvenated Dallas Cowboys. The Panthers look to stay unbeaten, continuing their magical 2015 run while the Cowboys simply cling onto their dear playoff lives, now with Tony Romo back... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 15th
Week 10 features some pretty favorable running back matchups, but that is not the case with these three guys. Jonathan Stewart has rejuvenated his season after three-straight quality outings, but he stumbled a bit against the Green Bay Packers in Week 9. After totaling 45 fantasy points in Weeks 6-8, Stewart only finished with 6.8... Read More
Beast Dome | Nov 2nd
RotoBaller | Nov 1st
Jay Cutler (QB, CHI) - vs. MIN The Minnesota Vikings defense has shown a few cracks recently, but they're still a strong unit overall. The Chicago Bears are coming off of a bye week and should be rested, healthy, and prepared to attack Minnesota and defend home field. What I don't think a bye week... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 26th
There aren't many things sweeter than when you get a huge performance from a player on your fantasy team that was completely unexpected. When a player on your team who you were hoping would get you just six or seven points gets you double that amount (or even more), it's a great feeling. So if... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 24th
Peyton Manning - QB, Denver Broncos Enough of the slander. This is a future hall-of-famer that has racked up at least 4,000 yards in each of his last eight seasons. After this week's bye, Manning and the Broncos head home for what is bound to be a shootout with Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, whose defense... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 23rd
Stefon Diggs – WR, Minnesota Vikings While it's only been two weeks, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs has been red-hot lately. The rookie out of Maryland has grabbed 13 receptions for 216 yards in his last two games. His biggest game (seven catches for 129 yards) came against the weak Kansas City Chiefs secondary,... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 19th
Prior to today, this season has been a disaster for Jonathan Stewart owners . The University of Oregon product, who was thought by many to be an RB1, bellcow-type back this year with the departure of DeAngelo Williams, has grossly underperformed this season, causing some owners to bench or cut him. Today though, the Carolina Panthers' back changed his... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 16th
Cam Newton led the Panthers run game on Sunday, rushing for 51 yards on 12 carries against a weak Buccaneers run game. Despite that weak defensive front, Jonathan Stewart was, once again, unable to get anything going, posting a 10-50-0ffensive line on the afternoon. Is this guy even good? In his defense, the panthers never... Read More
Athlon Sports | Oct 4th
As has been the case this season, the fantasy owners need to pay particular attention to the lengthy list of injured running backs. There’s some good news with the potential return of some key ball carriers, but there’s also those who are in danger of not taking the field today. Read the full story on Athlon Sports