Yahoo! Sports | Nov 26th
Okay, here are the Shuffle Up rules.
We are talking rest-of-season value. Everything to this point is an audition. If you want leaders to this point, you’ll find them elsewhere. If you want Week 12 rankings, click over here.
Today, we do quarterbacks, just quarterbacks. Next week, new position.
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RotoBaller | Nov 25th
In Week 12 we really saw a lot of low scores across plenty of fantasy leagues. There were some big performances from names that were filling in for others. Perhaps you had Marshawn Lynch or Charcandrick West going into Week 11, but it was their backups that got to take advantage of the plus matchups.... Read More
SoCalledFanEx | Nov 25th
The Fantasy Football gods must be fans of Game of Thrones, The Wire and The Walking Dead because they seem insistent on copying the format: killing off a main character every week (Joe Flacco). People we’ve come to care about (Charcandrick West) and people we’re invested in (Devonta Freeman and Justin Forsett) suddenly disappear without […]
The post Week 12 Players To Drop: Phil...
RotoBaller | Nov 10th
The injury to star wide receiver Keenan Allen caused quite a bit of discussion among fantasy football fanatics about the San Diego Chargers. A big injury to such an important player always creates chaos. We all struggle to find what replacements will benefit most from the stats opening up and rush to add them on... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 8th
The San Diego Chargers were dealt a terrible blow when wide receiver Keenan Allen was put on injured reserve with a lacerated kidney earlier this week. Allen was the Chargers' best receiver, and his 792 yards ranked third in the NFL before he left early against Baltimore. Still, Philip Rivers will find a way to... Read More
EDSFootball | Nov 7th
In a salary-cap format, finding players that give you a bang for the buck is key to constructing a profitable lineup. View image | gettyimages.com With that said, here are some of my favorite value plays for Week 9: QB - Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers (vs. CHI), $6,900 Since Week 4, Rivers has thrown for 300-plus yards and multiple touchdowns in five consecutive games. During that five-game spa...
RotoBaller | Oct 31st
The San Diego Chargers aren’t a very good football team, but Philip Rivers and Keenan Allen are playing at unreal levels this season. Blame it on the running game which has been a disaster, or the defense that has forced San Diego to play from behind in just about every game this season, but both... Read More
Breaking Football | Oct 30th
With the weekend’s action getting underway in just a couple of days, you are probably wondering about what the optimal lineup is for fantasy this…
Athlon Sports | Oct 29th
After weeks of Tom Brady being the top-ranked fantasy quarterback, we have a new player taking over the No. 1 spot. Welcome to No. 1, Philip Rivers. In the past four weeks, Rivers has not thrown less than 336 yards. He has at least two touchdowns in the past four games as well. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Razzball | Oct 28th
If you've been reading the site this year, you've picked up on the fact that we've had a lot of giveaways. Whether it's upping the prize amount for our RCL Leagues, or offering special money contests where you can take me on (and take my money), or... just having fun making team names and winning a Razzball T-shirt, I'm happy to give back and provide for the community that has given so much to me ...
RotoBaller | Oct 24th
Philip Rivers proved he wasn't human in Week 6 when he destroyed the Green Bay Packers for more than 500 yards and two touchdowns. Keenan Allen, who has been Rivers' favorite target this season, was the beneficiary of 14 of those completions for 157 yards in that game, and the two showed they have the... Read More
Breaking Football | Oct 23rd
Whether you are interested in the perfect lineup for DFS dominance, or just for helping set up the best line up possible in ordinary fantasy…
Yahoo! Sports | Oct 19th
Philip Rivers threw for a whopping 503 yards and two scores against a Green Bay defense that entered having allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks. He wasn’t intercepted on any of his career-high 65 attempts, although San Diego has now lost back-to-back weeks in gut-wrenching fashion at the goal line essentially as time expired. Despite an offensive line ravaged by ...
RotoBaller | Oct 10th
I mentioned Philip Rivers as a lineup boom last week and he delivered, putting up 358 yards and three touchdowns against the Browns at home. The Chargers are again playing in San Diego this week, with Pittsburgh's sieve of a defense heading in. I don't think it is out of the realm of possibilities for Rivers to approach last week's... Read More
Athlon Sports | Oct 9th
With a quarter of the fantasy football season behind us, we can now look back, take stock from what we've learned, and look ahead with some knowledge. During the preseason, we just look at the players and teams with what we think we know. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Athlon Sports | Oct 8th
Welcome to this week’s start/sit fantasy advice for quarterbacks and defense/special teams (DST). But first I know you’re really interested to see how I did last week, so let’s take a look shall we. Good Calls: Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Oct 5th
Aside from Devonta Freeman, there were a few other players who put up big points in Week 4 for fantasy football owners. Let's take a look at the top performers, assuming PPR formats and six-point touchdown scoring. Philip Rivers had a great game, completing 23-of-38 pass attempts for 358 passing yards and three touchdowns. That... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 3rd
Rivers has come back to Earth after throwing for 404 yards and two touchdowns in his first game of the season against the Lions. Road games against solid defenses in Cincinnati and Minnesota will do that. But this week the Chargers host the Browns, who just allowed more than 300 yards in the air at... Read More