We are close to the halfway mark of the 2017 fantasy football season. Hopefully your teams all have winning records, and you’re likely to make the playoffs. If not, don’t worry as there’s plenty of time left to try and make up the deficit. Let’s try and identify several players you should
A rash of injuries to players like Odell Beckham offered a harsh reminder of the brutality of the NFL. Bye weeks are currently in full swing, and the waiver wire pickings are looking slim. Let’s try and find some assets that are mispriced. Welcome to the Week 6 Buy Low Report.
Why, if it isn’t my old friend, Mr. McGreg. With a leg for an arm and an arm for a leg. – Doctor Nick Riviera (Homer’s Triple Bypass)
Rejoice, for the Buy Low Machine App is now live!
“Um… someday, I’d like to own the Dallas Cowboys.” – Homer Simpson (You Only Move Twice) Another week down, and we are left with more questions than answers. Scoring around the league is down, and several big name players aren’t living up to expectations. It’s likely that owners are panicking
What should fantasy football players make of the Baltimore Ravens backfield? Which running back is the one to own, and will they continue to favor the run?
“As a final humiliation, you must walk home naked, dragging behind you the stone of shame” – Number One (Homer The Great)
Hello, and welcome to the Week 1 Buy Low report! If you missed my Week 0 report, I will repeat the rules for all you stragglers. Every Wednesday, I will profile players to buy or sell in your leagues. I’ll be using the Buy Low Machine,
The New England Patriots acquired 2015 first-round wide receiver Phillip Dorsett from the Indianapolis Colts for 2016 third-round quarterback Jacoby Brissett. This is a minor trade that mostly impacts the bench depth on either squad but has fantasy implications. Let’s jump right into it.
Rejoice, for the 2017 fantasy football season is almost upon us! As we head into the final week of the preseason, it is important to remember that the NFL is extremely volatile. There is a genuine possibility that the player you drafted gets hurt or underperforms and weakens your lineup. That’s