Monthly Archives: September 2013

RB Is Overrated

Coming into this year, just like every year before it, fantasy football experts preached to take running backs early.  “The position is so shallow!  After about 20 running backs you really cannot count on anyone”.  We continue to listen to these “experts”, and personally I am breaking away from this trend.  Why you ask?  Well, […]

Bloggers/Writers I Follow Matthew Berry is one of my main resources for fantasy advice.  Along with his writings on ESPN, he does a daily podcast along with Nate Ravitz. Rotoworld is a reliable source for fantasy football and has been around for a long time, so you know you can trust them.  A great place to […]

What To Do With The Patriots?

Fantasy football and real football are related, but by no means do they translate perfectly to one another.  For instance, Joe Flacco is a legitimate QB in the NFL, but fantasy-wise he is practically irrelevant.  It is important to not forget this key concept when trying to judge and predict a player’s fantasy value. The […]

Week 2 Recap

DeAndre Hopkins wins it in overtime for the Texans Week 2 of the National Football League is perhaps one of my favorite weeks, especially when it comes to fantasy football.  Week 1 is obviously special with the reintroduction of your body to your couch from 1PM till midnight every sunday for 17 weeks, but week […]

Week 2 Predictions

Week 1 left many fantasy owners with a face that read, “are you SERIOUS?!”.  I don’t remember the last time I’ve seen two top 20 running backs get benched in week 1.  Steven Ridley and David Wilson both found themselves watching the rest of their teams respective games after fumbling the football and losing the […]