Terrance West has been one of the most challenging players for me to analyze this season, and the process by which I’ve considered his value has left me in perpetual state of reflection.
Despite letting Terrelle Pryor walk this past offseason, the Cleveland Browns seemed confident enough in their starting wide receivers Corey Coleman and Kenny Britt going into 2017. Through two games, it is fair to say that the results have been mixed. Britt has done an admirable job of looking like Browns era Dwayne Bowe in
Fantasy football waiver wire advice for Week 3 of the 2017 season.
After the Bengals emulated the 1939 Philadelphia Eagles in starting 0-2 at home with zero touchdowns, the writing was pretty much on the wall for someone within the organization.
Welcome to the third installment of “The Wrong Read,” an article series that reflects on various RotoViz podcast episodes. You can get a sense of what this series is all about by reading the introduction to the introductory piece. Or just keep reading below.
We’ll go through some common Start/Sit questions for Week 2 of the NFL season. While some of the answers will be applicable for standard leagues, the following recommendations are best suited for PPR leagues.
Any DFS tournament player knows that stacks and correlation plays are generally the way to the top in a GPP. I start almost every lineup build with a stack1 The lone exception is when I play a rushing QB without any of his receivers, but even then I’ll note those
“I never saw that one coming.”
This series chronicles my attempt to take down the FFPC’s High-Stakes Terminator Tournament. The first installment breaks down the rules and strategy. This week we’ll look at how the team fared in week 1 and who’s next on the chopping block.
Welcome to Overreact for Upside – a new series that will identify conclusions that look like overreactions to what happened on the gridiron in a given week, but could be highly profitable if the conclusion turns out to be correct.