QB rankings and streaming advice for Week 6 of the 2018 fantasy football season.
Welcome to the 2018 Game Level Similarity Projections (GLSP) for wide receivers, a weekly column designed to help you identify high-upside standouts and set your season-long lineups.
I don’t want to waste a ton of time here. We have a metric ton of data to dig through, and with Week 2 merely hours away, and we need to be as prepared as humanly possible if this incredible display of offense is going to continue.
It’s time for another season of bad bets based in good process, better known as Bold Predictions.
Week 5 of the 2018 season is in the books, and I’m back to once again reflect on what went on in the wide receiver world from the week that was.
Connecting the Dots will focus on one key position and statistical area each week. After an outstanding Week 5, we use the RotoViz Screener and the Buy Low Machine to identify quarterbacks you should target in upcoming weeks and the fantasy playoffs.
Trading is one of the most enjoyable and difficult aspects of fantasy football. The Buy Low Report is here to help. Every Wednesday, this article will identify and analyze players who are ideal buy targets as well as players who are strong sell candidates.
Welcome to the Ultimate Zero RB Watchlist where we follow usage patterns, advanced stats, and injuries to locate RB targets for your teams before anyone else even knows about them.
Fantasy football is a pretty simple game, on its face: get and start the players who will score the most points. The difficulty is in actually finding those guys. If it were as simple as looking at a fantasy leaderboard, there would be no need for projections. But today’s leaders
It’s Week 6, folks, but as the season gets older the lineup decisions for fantasy owners don’t get any easier. I’m back once again with tight end GLSP data for the week ahead, courtesy of the great Dave Caban. This data is also available in the Weekly Stat Explorer.