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R.C. Fischer discusses "Five Fantasy Things "They" Are Not Telling You From Week 3 of the Preseason. This piece is part of our article program that ...
What do you get when you cross a power forward with an offensive tackle and a wide receiver? My answer would be a Freaky Talented athlete, ...
Tony Romo is reported to have an L-1 compression fracture and likely to be out for the next six to 10 weeks. I predicted ...
Eric Moody provides an overview of tight end draft strategy for 2016 fantasy football drafts. Delanie Walker lead all tight end in targets (133) and receptions ...
The value and importance of looking at each team's strength of schedule by position is one of most disputed factors when trying to determine ...
With draft season upon us, the most experienced drafters are putting in the preparation to build championship contending fantasy teams. This ground work includes ...
One of the hardest parts of drafting a solid fantasy football team is to know whether a high-risk player is going to payoff for ...
Eric Moody breaks down Average Draft Position and how to use it in your 2016 fantasy football drafts. Are you currently preparing for your first fantasy ...
Eric Moody examines players to target in the later rounds of 2016 fantasy football drafts. There is an adage in fantasy football that drafts are won ...
Bob Lung breaks down consistent TEs that are going undervalued in fantasy football. This piece is part of our article program that features quality content from ...
The Dolphins ranked last in field goal attempts in 2015. They averaged 19.4 points a game finishing the season ranked 27th in total points scored. Franks only had 16 field goal attempts, making 18, putting him at 81 percent.
The Dolphins are deep at the position so it was a smart business decision. McCain wasn't going to supplant Mario Williams, and the Dolphins are still hanging their hopes on Cameron Wake who has been replacing Jason Jones on passing downs.
Wright is going to have a hard press time trying to find playing time if he can't get on the field. As of now, Wright is at best a late round flyer as Sharp, Mathews and Johnson seem to have a hold of things in the Titans WR department.
Houston's D/ST should be one of the first five units selected in the fantasy draft. With Watt expected to return early in the campaign and Jadeveon Clowney appearing to come into his own, they have the capability to once again finish as a top 10 D/ST in 2016.
Helman is also suggesting that the Smith will likely be headed to injured reserve after the six-weeks expire while on the NFI list in the regular season. The second-round pick is not expected to take the field until the 2017 campaign barring any further setbacks with his knee.
The Browns and Panthers swapped punters just under two weeks away from the 2016 season. Lee is a 12-year veteran in the NFL and has never missed a game in his career.
Walsh is typically a nice fantasy option especially if the Vikings' offense has improved and can sustain more drives into FG territory. Look for him to finish as a top-10 kicker in 2016
Johnson is currently starting alongside Stefon Diggs in two WR sets. He is a boom or bust option and will continually be pushed by newcomer Laquon Treadwell.
Rudolph is going undrafted and is a TD-dependent streaming option. He is a huge red zone target and obviously has a nice rapport with Bridgewater making him a TE2 with upside.
Bridgewater was in complete control and his timing with his receivers looked impeccable. He has not been a reliable fantasy player in the past, but could potentially help owners on bye weeks.