Another week done, and another week of streaming defenses in the books. In Week 5, Matt Wispe was slightly more successful than I was in Week 4. Here are the weekly finishes so far:
This past week was a bit rough on the streaming front, as Matt Wispe’s choices finished 16th, 18th, 22nd, and 25th respectively. I am sure he is blaming me somewhere, which is fine, as I would not have fared any better. Here are the results thus far into the season:
While the first week of the season saw a plethora of poor offensive performances, several team defenses had super showings. A total of five defenses had over 20 points, and three of them were on waivers in the vast majority of leagues. This is why we stream. Matt Wispe’s choices
This past weekend was the auction draft of one of my home leagues. When strategizing for an auction, there are some steps you can take to make yourself better prepared. One is to know your league mates’ history: betting, player, and positional tendencies. The more you know your
Not too long ago, the thought of Robert Woods being the number one in Los Angeles and getting lots of targets had thoughts of Golden Tate running through our heads. But alas, it was not meant to be as Sammy Watkins was traded to the Rams Friday in a surprising
Fantasy arbitrage is an idea that was applied to fantasy football several years ago in this article by FantasyDouche, where two or more players at different ADPs are shown to have similar value. This piece will examine this concept with two particular receivers.
Any recent buzz surrounding the New Orleans Saints has focused on the breakout of Michael Thomas, the trade of Brandin Cooks to the New England Patriots, or the backfield drama involving Adrian Peterson and Mark Ingram. A player that has been relatively forgotten is Willie Snead, and that makes him a great dynasty trade target.
Late round picks can turn your team from good to great. Being drafted as the 52nd and 53rd wide receivers off the board according to the Best-Ball ADP app, Marvin Jones and Kenny Britt are two receivers who appear to be vastly undervalued. While Matt Wispe made his case for
This is part two of the Fantasy Face-off between Alshon Jeffery and Demaryius Thomas. After reading Justin Simon’s case for Jeffery and against Thomas, here is why I believe Thomas is the pick over Jeffery in the third round of your drafts.
New England has been a headache for fantasy owners when it comes to running backs for some time now. They have taken a committee approach the last few years, cycling through players such as Danny Woodhead, Shane Vereen, Stevan Ridley, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, and others. This year, the Patriots signed two