Welcome to the Ultimate Zero RB Watchlist. The goal of this piece is to help you find RB targets for your teams, before anyone else even knows about them. We know that startable RB weeks can come from almost anywhere in the NFL. By being aware of depth charts that could
The Texans offense tied for 31st in net yards per passing attempt, 31st in yards per play, tied for 30th in passing touchdowns, tied for 29th in rushing touchdowns, and 28th in total points last season, according to Pro Football Reference.
Did you know that Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper led the position with 19 targets and also led in air yards with 259? There were 11 WRs to see double-digit targets in Week 7.
I will recap each of the Pittsburgh Steelers games this year to gain insight into trends that might help project the team’s fantasy performance. This week I take a look at the Week 6 road win against the (previously) undefeated Kansas City Chiefs.
Jay Glazer, NFL Insiders for Fox Sports, reported that the Green Bay Packers feared quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone. The Packers organization confirmed this with an announcement.
I’ll have a more detailed post tomorrow, but this is a quick post so that the rest of season RB ranks are on the site in time for anyone with waiver claims or trade aspirations before tonight.
The concept of NFL players holding out is not novel, but in the modern era of fantasy football, it has taken on additional meaning as consumers of the NFL have increasingly narrowed their interest from teams to individual players.
It’s with great pleasure that we announce a few staff leadership roles as we formalize the in-season content for what promises to be an exciting 2017 NFL season. Ben Gretch is taking on the role of Senior Fantasy Analyst, Charles Kleinheksel will officially be our Director of Special Projects, and Josh
Did you know that for four consecutive years, NFL teams have averaged the fewest rush attempts in league history? How about that for four consecutive years, the league-wide completion percentage has been higher than ever before? Or that NFL teams run plays out of the shotgun formation
In fantasy football, we often cite prior coaching trends when projecting the future. But how accurate is the assumption that past coaching trends predict future coaching trends?