Last week my top free agent running back piece was headlined by Saquon Barkley, Josh Jacobs and Tony Pollard. This week with wide receivers? Well, let’s just say the list isn’t as pretty. After Saquon, Jacobs and Pollard at RB, we even had strong alternatives like Miles Sanders, Kareem Hunt, David Montgomery, Jamaal Williams and […]

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Don’t be sad that the fantasy football season is over; be glad it happened in the first place. If you are one of the many football enthusiasts who play dynasty-format fantasy football, however, you know the season never truly ends. Between Week 17 and the beginning of training camp, we are in the trenches, following […]

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Let’s f’n go!!! It’s playoff time in the land of fantasy football, and I couldn’t be more pumped. Some quick pointers straight off the top: This is a major research week in terms of streaming tight ends and defenses. It’s been a ridiculously bad season for tight ends – unless you have Travis Kelce, Mark […]

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It’s crunch time. The final week of the regular fantasy season is here in most leagues, and if yours are like mine, only a few teams have secured their playoff tickets. What’s more, these must-win games come as the final six teams take their bye weeks. Thanks, NFL!  Before we look ahead, let’s take a […]

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What are air yards, you say? The name kind of gives it away, doesn’t it? Air yards, irreverently discussed in this air yards primer, matter because we actually get some context of how much a quarterback WANTED to get their receiver the ball, not just how often the receiver could catch it. It’s a stat that […]

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It was yet another bizarre and dramatic week in the NFL, one highlighted by lowlights: Jimmy Garoppolo (broken foot) is out for the season; Deshaun Watson finally returned and looked absolutely awful, while Lamar Jackson picked up a knee injury that destroyed Week 13 fantasy hopes and dreams. So let’s pick up the pieces to […]

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Twitter was about to shut down the other night when the world realized that Adam Schefter is not just a media reporter, but a utility for the public. He carries the burden of football newsmaking the same way a lineman — no, not the kind you see in football — wakes up at 2 in the morning during a thunderstorm to raise his bucket to the sky and keep the lights on. Schefter’s tweets keep the social media world afloat, and we thank him for keeping Twitter safe for another night. 

Let’s see what Schefter had for us today [loads Twitter, gets distracted by picture of Grey wearing aviators]. Here we go! Ja’Marr Chase is still out. The frack? I thought I was here for the public good? Who am I supposed to start now? 

Maybe you’re like me and riding the Tyler Boyd train this week. Maybe you’re not like me and have some healthy running backs. Either way, let’s see if we can save your team as the playoffs approach.

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