Every fantasy player is searching for the coming season’s new league-winning quarterback. The guy you pick up in the later rounds who leads you to the promised land. Sure, you could spend an early pick on the boring, safer options like Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes, but that’s not where the value is! You want […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
You think we just pack it in and close up shop when the fantasy football season ends? Hell freakin’ no. I’ll still be right here crankin’ out pieces every single week. And again… my sincere thanks for reading throughout the entire year! This week we start with a BANG – big quarterback names on the […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Okay, Razzball fam. Can we be honest about something? Ray-Ray McCloud III sounds like he should be catching passes from Tyroil Smochie-Wallace. And I’m still not sure if I’ve been spelling Jauan Jennings’ name correctly. Is it linking in this post? Unfortunately, if you were a wide receiver last night, it didn’t matter how recognizable your name was. You fell short, while the tight ends and Christian McCaffrey stole the show. Yes, George Kittle and Brock Purdy were awesome despite only connecting four times. They did it when it mattered and they did so in chunks. Which is exactly what I have been spewing the past several hours as a heavy-share Brandon Aiyuk owner. We’ll sort out that mess and more below as I reveal what else I saw in the Week 15 edition of Thursday Night Football.Please, blog, may I have some more?
My readers of the past couple of decades will tell you this wouldn’t be an authentic Frascella column unless it opened this way: MIKE WHITE, BABY! LET’S GO!! I generally open our weekly foray into target distribution with the NFL “story of the week,” and well, how can it not be my guy Mikey White? […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Happy Thanksgiving to all Fantasy Football managers around the world. We have so much to be thankful for this season and make sure to enjoy all the great food on the table this year. Thanksgiving is no time to slack, though. We’re approaching the Fantasy Football playoffs, and you need your lineups to be perfect. […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Just the other day I dropped my Biggest Busts of the Fantasy Football Season, so why not lighten the mood this time around? Let’s have a little fun. Let’s smile and laugh at our fantasy football glory. Here come the most pleasant surprises of the season… Quarterback Surprises – We all knew Geno Smith would […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re officially at the halfway point of the NFL season. The trade deadline has come and gone, but it’s once again the “bye-pocalypse.” Week 9 Fantasy Football Start/Sit. You need start options and sit options, I got you. Here are my Week 9 fantasy football starts and sits: Quarterback Start: Geno Smith @ Cardinals Geno […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Week 8 in the NFL was rather telling in a number of ways: (1) The Eagles are completely and utterly legit at 7-0; (2) The Bills and Vikings are as good as their records; (3) The Jets and Giants had previously been playing above their heads and (4) Maybe the Packers, Bucs and Rams are […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
If there’s anything Week 7 in the NFL taught us, it’s that most of us don’t know much about football. The Tom Brady-led Tampa Bay Bucs dropped to 3-4, alongside the Aaron Rodgers-led Green Bay Packers. On the other side of the coin? Brian Daboll’s Giants are 6-1, Robert Saleh’s Jets are 5-2 and Geno […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Each week we’ll take a look at the top trade targets for each position. Trade targets can be any player at any time throughout the season. The objective (when possible) is to “buy low” and “sell high” acquiring and getting rid of players as they are hitting their peak or before they lose their […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
This DFS Flash article goes position by position, giving you my favorite pay up option and my favorite pay down or dart throw option at each position to help you build out a winning DFS lineup. I use DraftKings pricing as a point of reference to seek out some values, and the goal is to help you “double up” in a 50/50 cash game with solid plays.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Each week we’ll look at the top trade targets for each position. Trade targets can be any player at any time throughout the season. The aim (when possible) is to “buy low” and “sell high,” acquiring and getting rid of players as they are hitting their peak or before they lose their value. This article […]Please, blog, may I have some more?