Rishard Matthews played behind Andre Johnson and Harry Douglas in the Titans third preseason game, and it may be time to panic.
As fantasy football draft season heads for the finish line, here are two tight end targets to consider. Each offers more upside than their ADP suggests.
In exactly one week, Fantasyland Host Peter Overzet and I will be drafting live in Vegas at the FFPC’s Main Event. If you missed our first article last week, we discussed the league format, our targets at the 1.06, and our nerves. Today, we’ll dive deeper into a specific element
Eli Rogers has been thrust into relevancy seemingly out of nowhere as the Steelers third wide receiver. So who is he?
Rob Kelley is expected to be Matt Jones‘ primary backup on the Redskins right now. Who?
Be mindful of some very different average draft positions on ESPN and Yahoo, after a summer of being a degenerate immersed in fantasy football.
We get obsessed with the idea of “value” and “sleepers” in fantasy football drafts. Are you a slave to average draft position?
Tuesday was as wild of a day for NFL news as they come; here’s a recap of everything that happened, and the possible implications.
Last year, guys like Jordan Reed and Ben Watson were boons for drafters taking tight ends late, with Tyler Eifert and Delanie Walker also returning plenty of value in the middle rounds.
In last week’s article, I used previous years’ ADP to pinpoint bounce back wide receivers. I noted that there were three reasons a WR saw his ADP drop: 1) an underwhelming year, 2) an injury that hampered their season, or 3) uncertainty with a scenario change. Here are three names that I am