In fantasy baseball, some positions have more depth than others. Unfortunately, the shortstop position is on the wrong side of that battle. Find out more here.
It's the second week of the playoffs, which means some of big names play for the first time. Here are the top five tight ends to consider when building your playoff roster.
Mike Trout is the clear-cut No. 1 player in fantasy baseball this year. However, his colleagues are getting closer and closer to his skill level. If you miss out on Trout, there are other options.
The Carolina Panthers defense has stepped up in recent weeks. The defense held Matt Ryan and the Falcons to just three points in Week 17. They have a great matchup this weekend against the Cardinals.
If 2014 showed us anything, it's that starting pitching is very deep heading into 2015. If you can resist drafting Clayton Kershaw in the first round, then you will be rewarded in the later rounds.
Whether you won or lost your fantasy championship, there are always lessons to learn. Here are my top five tips to remember heading into the 2015 season.
Steven Jackson will likely be ruled out for Week 17. As a result, Devonta Freeman will step in as the starter for the Falcons. He's shown signs of being a good rusher and will try to do it again.
Andre Williams has played well in relief of Rashad Jennings. With little to play for in Week 17, Jennings may not play. Williams will have another opportunity to prove himself against the Eagles.
Teddy Bridgewater has played pretty good these last five weeks. He's scored 14 or more points in those games. With a home game against the lowly Chicago Bears up next, Bridgewater is a nice sleeper.
It's never too early to look ahead to the 2015 fantasy football season. With the wide receiver position filled with talent, it's hard to differentiate between them all. Here are my top-10 rankings.