Dark Horse Sleeper Guide For Fantasy Football

Kirby Lee USATODAY Sports

The word “sleeper” is a funny one. How long can a player really be a “sleeper” before he is simply considered good? Keenan Allen and Terrance Williams were “sleepers” a few weeks ago, but now everyone knows about them and […]


Fantasy Football Free Agent: David Wilson

Bob Donnan USATODAY Sports

David Wilson (neck) is going to avoid surgery and other fantasy experts are posing this as a positive down the road, as if he will have fantasy value this year. He won’t. I don’t care about the depth of your […]


Weekly Fantasy Football Strategy

Tim Fuller USATODAY Sports

Weekly fantasy football and all daily/weekly fantasy sporting options in general have become all of the rage among dedicated gamers and are growing at an exponential rate. I’m sure you’ve heard the ads about the big winners, and I am […]


Fantasy Football Week 7 Bust: Aaron Rodgers

Mitch Stringer USATODAY Sports

In an age of elite quarterbacks that put up gaudy statistics, Aaron Rodgers has emerged as the top signal caller who is in his prime. Sure, you could argue (especially in hindsight) that Peyton Manning should have been the first […]


Fantasy Football Week 6 Dark Horse and Rob Gronkowski Replacement: Rob Housler

Mark J. Rebilas USATODAY Sports

The New England Patriots are out to win football games, not make your fantasy football life an easy one. The status of Rob Gronkowski has been up in the air since the 2013 season kicked off, and while the Patriots have […]


Fantasy Football Players That Need To Put Up Or Shut Up

Matt Kartozian USATODAY Sports

Every season, fantasy football owners hold onto players that they spent a high draft pick on far too long, costing them fall short of their leagues playoffs. Don’t be that person! Here’s a player at every position that needs to produce […]


Fantasy Football Week 6 Dark Horse Sleeper: Ben Roethlisberger

Kirby Lee USATODAY Sports

The Pittsburgh Steelers have lost all four of their games this year and have look awfully bad in doing so. Le’Veon Bell made his NFL debut in Week 4 and looked good against the Minnesota Vikings, but the Steelers as a […]


Fantasy Football Future Star: Andre Ellington

Jennifer Hilderbrand USATODAY Sports

The Arizona Cardinals committed to the experienced Rashard Mendenhall in the offseason, but it has become blatantly obvious that they have a rookie in Andre Ellington who is not only going to be better, but is currently the more explosive […]


Fantasy Football Trade Target: Eddie Lacy

Jeff Hanisch USATODAY Sports

We are all guilty of it; we love to watch quarterbacks sling the ball all over the field. From a fantasy perspective or just watching as a fan, it is fun to see the quarterback position being played at an […]


James Jones or Terrance Williams: Week 6 Fantasy Football Decision-Making

Jeff Hanisch - USATODAY Sports

Last week I was posed with the question of which quarterback to start between two studs in Matt Ryan or Philip Rivers, and this week a question has been tossed my way regarding which WR3 to start: James Jones or […]


Injury Concern: Atlanta Falcons’ Julio Jones Could Be Done For Season

Dale Zanine USATODAY Sports

Reports have begun to swirl that the Atlanta Falcons are very concerned that star wide receiver Julio Jones suffered a season-ending foot injury during last night’s 30-28 loss to the New York Jets. The exact details are still a bit murky […]


Fantasy Football Overreaction: Tony Romo

Matthew Emmons USATODAY Sports

Tony Romo went toe to toe with Peyton Manning last week in a 99-point shootout, and while his team came up short in a 51-48 loss, Romo’s fantasy football owners got the last laugh as he was the week’s highest […]