2014 Fantasy Football Buy or Sell: Kenny Britt

Kenny Britt 2014 Fantasy Football

I would have loved to see Kenny Britt’s fantasy football potential if he signed with the New England Patriots, but he still has upside as a member of the St. Louis Rams. Despite being a 6-foot-3, 223-pound target, Britt was […]

2014 Fantasy Football Buy or Sell: Harry Douglas

Harry Douglas Fantasy Football

Wide receiver Harry Douglas was the benefactor of injuries to Julio Jones and Roddy White last season, but will he able to replicate his fantasy football relevance in 2014? If you never heard of Douglas before last season, don’t be […]

Greg Olsen: 2014 Fantasy Football Buy or Sell

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After producing two solid seasons with the Carolina Panthers, Greg Olsen could be on his way to finish as a top-five tight end in the 2014 fantasy football season. Quarterback Cam Newton is known for more of his own big-play […]

2014 Fantasy Football Buy or Sell: Brian Hartline

Brian Hartline Fantasy Football

If you have owned Brian Hartline in the past on your fantasy football team, you know how frustrated he can make you. The website Fantasy Pros has a breakdown of how many quality starts a fantasy football player has recorded, […]

2014 Fantasy Football Buy or Sell: James Jones

James Jones Fantasy Football

Even though he is the best receiver for his new team, is James Jones worth drafting in your 2014 fantasy football league? He is fully healthy after a leg injury from last season, but Jones will not find himself receiving […]

2014 Fantasy Football Buy or Sell: Tavon Austin

Tavon Austin Fantasy

The St.Louis Rams must have seen something in wide receiver Tavon Austin to spend a first-round pick on him in 2013, but Austin was unable to showcase his skills for fantasy football players in his rookie year. The skill is obviously […]

2014 Fantasy Football Sleeper Candidate: Ahmad Bradshaw

Ahmad Bradshaw Fantasy

I don’t have much faith in running back Trent Richardson, and I think Ahmad Bradshaw is a sleeper candidate fantasy football players are generally overlooking. The first reason you should like Bradshaw is the fact that the depth chart of […]

2014 Fantasy Football Sleeper Candidate: QB EJ Manuel

EJ Manuel Fantasy

The quarterback position is pretty deep for your 2014 fantasy football league, so you might not have EJ Manuel on your radar. You should. While we do have very little to go off of, Manuel did prove himself as fantasy […]

2014 Fantasy Football: TE Jordan Cameron’s Value Rises With QB Brian Hoyer Starting

Jordan Cameron Fantasy Football

Now that Brian Hoyer has been announced as the starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, tight end Jordan Cameron is a very strong investment for fantasy football players. Even though Cameron seemed to peak in the middle of the season, […]

2014 Fantasy Football: Making a Case for RB Danny Woodhead

Danny Woodhead Fantasy

The average fantasy football fan may be surprised to learn that Danny Woodhead finished as a top-20 running back in standard scoring leagues last season. Woodhead produced similar rushing totals when he played for the New England Patriots, but his […]

2014 Fantasy Football: LeSean McCoy Still Valuable After Addition of RB Kenjon Barner

Kenjon Barner Fantasy

Some fantasy football players are already worried about the value of running back LeSean McCoy with the signing of Darren Sproles, but some players are now panicking with the addition of Kenjon Barner. Just to give you a quick recap, […]

2014 Fantasy Football: WR Torrey Smith Better Than A 6th-Round Pick

Torrey Smith Fantasy

If there is one player who is being overlooked in the fantasy football community, it is Torrey Smith. The Baltimore Ravens had a rocky offense in 2013 as the team finished with the 18th-most passing yards and a dismal 83 […]