Hype is the fuel that powers APD. Often the hype is just hot air, but sometimes it is justified and things just don’t work the way you’d hoped. When that happens, you can wind up with a fantasy football windfall — the post-hype sleeper.
Welcome to the 31st installment of the “The Wrong Read,” an article series that reflects on recent podcast episodes, pushing the ideas discussed on the podcasts to their logical conclusions and offering some further thoughts on the topics broached by the guests and hosts. The article below is about quarterbacks.
The Vikings have their new No. 3 receiver for quarterback Kirk Cousins. Kendall Wright joins the team after the departures of Jarius Wright and Michael Floyd. The former Titans and Bears receiver will play behind Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen.
With the quarterback landscape fundamentally changed after free agency, it’s time to look at the best fantasy football RB buys, sells, and holds as we head into the 2018 summer.
We often look for fantasy football value from individual players. Who is primed to breakout? Who is being undervalued due to injury? But what about them teams themselves?
Best ball drafts are already underway for the 2018 fantasy football season, with some 100 leagues already in the books at Fanball, the new home of MFL10s. While you’ll typically be drafting against tougher competition this early in the offseason, it’s also a good time to take advantage of a
With the running back landscape fundamentally changed after free agency, it’s time to look at the best fantasy football RB buys, sells, and holds as we head into the 2018 summer.
If you’re looking to lock in points at the running back position in 2018, you’ll need to pay a premium. Unfortunately, two backs might not be worth the steep price to acquire them in 2018 — one whose role may not be quite as secure as you think and another who
The New York Jets have agreed to terms with wide receiver Terrelle Pryor. One of the top free agents WRs remaining, Pryor will attempt to restore his fantasy value in New York after a dismal 2017 season in Washington.
The Colts signing of former Lions tight end Eric Ebron, while on paper a smart footballing move by the Colts, probably elicited more than its fair share of groans from fantasy owners. The idea of the team adding a former first-round pick to compete with Jack Doyle seems to be