I’d bet most fantasy players don’t know that an average of 12 NFL teams won’t have a top-24 PPR wide receiver.
If you play daily fantasy football, you must be aware of Ben Roethlisberger’s huge home/road splits. I’ve been studying all offseason, trying to find a way to get as many of the big weeks that drive MFL10 championships as possible. So how can we get Roethlisberger’s big weeks without getting stuck with his
In this Fantasy Face-off, I go toe to toe with Charles Kleinheksel on the topic of Isaiah Crowell vs. Lamar Miller.
In this edition of our series, Cort Smith and I debate the fantasy football merits of running backs Isiah Crowell and Lamar Miller.
We’re doing a series of fantasy face-off articles wherein we debate the relative merits of two players who are similarly valued. This T.Y. Hilton vs. Allen Robinson installment features a dynasty twist.
Winning in fantasy football isn’t as easy as the “just pick the right players” crowd would have you believe. Winning – not in a single league, but consistently – is the result of finding the overlooked advantages that together create a sustainable edge. I focus much of my analysis on price, where
The RotoViz staff has been spending time compiling projections for the upcoming NFL season. This series of articles is dedicated to talking about players that popped in my personal projections relative to current ADP. Keep in mind that a projection represents what I consider a median expectation, and does not
This is part two of the Fantasy Face-off between Alshon Jeffery and Demaryius Thomas. After reading Justin Simon’s case for Jeffery and against Thomas, here is why I believe Thomas is the pick over Jeffery in the third round of your drafts.
It’s round three of your fantasy draft, and you’re on the clock. You’re staring down Alshon Jeffery and Demaryius Thomas, but who do you take? In a two-part article, Jeremy Marin and I will make a case for our differing opinions on which player to take.
There may never be a better year to go Zero RB. After last year’s running back bonanza, multiple wide receivers with prior 1,400-yard seasons are available in the second round, or even later.