Fantasy Football Week 2 Waiver Wire: The Minnesota Vikings Defense

Minnesota Vikings, Fantasy Football Waiver Wire

  The Minnesota Vikings had one of the worst defenses in the NFL last season, both in real and fantasy football terms, but the arrival of head coach Mike Zimmer and the installation of a new scheme brought hope for […]


2014 Fantasy Football Week 1: Le’Veon Bell Puts Together a Big Game

Le'Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers, Fantasy Football Week 1

Fantasy football owners may have been down on Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell after a marijuana and DUI arrest in August, even with a suspension unlikely, and those that kept some faith may have been able to get a draft day […]


Fantasy Football Week 1: Carson Palmer Has Upside That Shouldn’t Be Ignored

Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals, 2014 Fantasy Football Week 1

Carson Palmer’s first season with the Arizona Cardinals was largely a success, as he set a career-high in passing yards (4,274) while completing over 63 percent of his passes. But he also threw 22 interceptions (tied for second-most in the […]


Daily Fantasy Football Week 1: Top 5 Players From Vikings vs. Rams

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Fantasy Football Week 1: Don’t Dismiss Tavon Austin

Tavon Austin, St. Louis Rams, 2014 Fantasy Football Week 1

St. Louis Rams Tavon Austin had a very disappointing rookie season in 2013, with just 40 receptions for 418 yards and four touchdowns in 13 games. He showed big play ability, with two receiving touchdowns of 50-plus yards, a 98-yard […]


Fantasy Football Week 1: Cam Newton Is a Risky Start

Cam Newton, 2014 Fantasy Football Week 1

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has been a top-10 fantasy quarterback in each of of his first three seasons, but his stock has been down throughout the offseason as comings and goings at wide receiver and along the offensive line […]


Fantasy Football 2014: If You Drafted Wes Welker, Be Patient

Wes Welker, Fantasy Football 2014

A preseason concussion, his third in 10 months, already had Wes Welker’s status for the start of the season in doubt. He was able to return to practice for the Denver Broncos on Monday, which was a positive sign for […]


Fantasy Football 2014: Randall Cobb Can’t Be Relied On As a WR1

Randall Cobb, Fantasy Football 2014

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb got off to a great start in 2013, with 25 receptions for 325 yards in the first four games. He had four more catches for 53 yards in Week 6 against the Baltimore […]


Fantasy Football 2014 Deep Sleeper Radar: Jerick McKinnon

Jerick McKinnon, Minnesota Vikings, Fantasy Football 2014

With Adrian Peterson entering his age-29 season, the Minnesota Vikings started building a succession plan by taking Jerick McKinnon in the third round of May’s draft. McKinnon also saw time as an option quarterback at Georgia Southern, but a solid […]


Fantasy Football 2014: Knile Davis Is The No. 1 Handcuff

Knile Davis, 2014 Fantasy Football

Knile Davis did not see much action for the Kansas City Chiefs as a rookie in 2013, with just 70 carries and more kickoff return yards (321) than rushing yards (242) during the regular season. A big season from Jamaal Charles (1,287 […]


Fantasy Football 2014: Can Andrew Hawkins Be a PPR League Asset?

Andrew Hawkins, Cleveland Browns, 2014 Fantasy Football

Confirmation of wide receiver Josh Gordon’s one-year suspension finally came this past week, which leaves the Cleveland Browns without their No. 1 wide receiver. A couple of additions were made this offseason, including Andrew Hawkins, who spent the first three […]


Fantasy Football 2014: Dwayne Bowe Is A Tremendous Draft Day Value

Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chiefs, Fantasy Football 2014

The arrival of Andy Reid as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs was thought to be great news for Dwayne Bowe’s fantasy value last year, but it was not to be as he finished with just 57 receptions for 673 […]