Why by a car for $20,000 when you can buy the same car with a crappy paint job for half the price? That, in a crude nutshell, is one way of looking at arbitrage, a concept the the Fantasy Douche first applied to fantasy football several years ago.
Perhaps no other positional market contains the kind of value that can be found in the dynasty league running back bargain bin. The position is so volatile and owners are so fickle and forgetful, that any discussion on buy lows must start in the backfield.
They’re finally here. After months of teasing, My Fantasy League debuted its newest product, the MFL10 2X Leagues.
In the latest installment of our series, I put Paul Perkins on the pedestal, while Matt Wispe regards Theo Riddick as the back to own.
So you slowed your roll at QB in the startup draft, and now you’re antsy for arms to fill your Superflex. As a known early-round QB shirker, I’ve been there. But I’m not worried, and neither should you be; QBs may not grow on trees but QB fantasy points
In this fantasy Face-Off, I’ll side with C.J. Anderson, while Jeff Matson makes the Mark Ingram case.
This Fantasy Face-Off pits two of the most explosive young receivers in the league in Sammy Watkins and Davante Adams. I’ll stand up for Sammy, while Eric Braun defends Davante Adams as the better pick in fantasy drafts.
This edition of Fantasy Face Off pits two of the top three tight ends off the board in fantasy drafts. I’m going to lay out why Jordan Reed is the pick if you’re planning on making a big TE investment, while Neil Dutton will go to bat for Travis Kelce. Here
In this fantasy face-off, I take up the case for Tom Brady, while Joe Coccia goes to bat for Andrew Luck.
Kareem Hunt and C.J. Prosise are two running backs with similar value. Who do you take?