With the better half of the league's running backs watching football from wheelchairs and hospital beds, there were not many stellar RB performances in Week 13. Only one man eclipsed 20 standard fantasy points and nobody scored more than one touchdown. At this point in the season, most backfield situations have been sured up, leaving... Read More

As we near the conclusion of the fantasy football regular season, the running back pool has run thin amid a flurry of injuries and committees. Those of you wise and fortunate enough to have brandished top waiver wire priorities will have a shot to grab meaningful RB pieces to help propel your team over the... Read More

After eleven weeks of NFL action we’re dangerously close to the fantasy playoffs. By now you’re likely either in it or mathematically eliminated so I would assume that you’re still fighting for a playoff spot if you’re reading this. You’re going to see some playoff analysis sprinkled into the game-by-game breakdowns alongside the usual injury... Read More

The most recent slate of NFL action had a bunch of bizarre developments across the board. In fact, I would go as far as to say that fantasy aside, week ten might have been the most telling week of the year thus far as it pertains to the real life outcomes of the season. That... Read More

Week 8 was just awful. It was a gut-wrenching week for fantasy owners as a handful of key pieces were silenced by serious injuries. If you were fortunate enough to have a healthy roster by the end of this week's action, count your blessings. There was simply a shortage of dominant performances from RBs all... Read More

The most common text I sent this Sunday was “this is by far the ugliest week of football of the year” and I don’t think that’s even up for debate right now. From top to bottom, from Thursday night to Sunday night, nearly every game had some serious flaws. In a weird sort of way,... Read More

Week 6 was odd. There's no other way to put it. Every RB in the AFC East (a division with historically poor running back play over the years) had a magnificent performance and seem poised for future success as well. On the contrary, Every back in the AFC West, which has purported impressive RB play... Read More

Fantasy aside, the fifth week of NFL action featured some entertaining match-ups that should make us all appreciate the game of football in general. I say that as both a real-life football fan and as someone who got absolutely destroyed in almost every fantasy league this week. Nevertheless, this isn’t all about me so let’s... Read More

With four teams on BYE for the first time this season, and with quality fantasy tight ends like Carolina’s Greg Olsen and Miami’s Jordan Cameron getting the upcoming week off, fantasy football owners will be scouring the waiver wire for one-week help. The tight ends on BYE will not be the only ones not playing this... Read More

Believe it or not, we might have actually seen the injury bug settle back down to normal levels after week four. This was the first Sunday of the season in which injuries seemed to be a much less significant part of the narrative compared to the first three weeks. That being said, there were still... Read More

Is it me or has the 2015 NFL fantasy season been predominantly determined by injuries and underperforming superstars? Nearly every game on the slate has a storyline featuring the injury bug or a lackluster showing from a highly drafted stud. Either way, the goal as per usual here is to make heads or tails of... Read More

If you managed to weather the storm of Week Two’s brutal injuries and dud performances to the tune of a win, congratulations. If, like me, you were let down by your studs (I’m looking at you, Brandin Cooks and Mike Evans), my sincerest condolences. Between a slew of quarterback setbacks and random disappointments, the second... Read More

Time to recap Week 6 of the fantasy season, or maybe we should just label it “Bryce Harper’s Week of Reckoning.”   MLB & Fantasy Baseball Week 6 Player Recap Bryce Harper (OF, WSH) absolutely put on a clinic last week. Twelve hits, three home runs, nine RBI, ten runs, nine walks and just one... Read More

Jean Segura (head) is expected to return to the Brewers' lineup on Tuesday after he was beaned in the head during an at-bat on Sunday, according to Luckily for the 25 year-old, he only had to miss one game. Segura left Sunday’s matchup against the Chicago Cubs after a fastball by Pedro Strop connected... Read More

Anthony Rendon will be shut down once again as an MRI revealed a left oblique strain. The all-star caliber third baseman for the Washington Nationals was on his way back until he suffered a new injury to go with his laboring knee injury that has not allowed him to play a game this season, according... Read More

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