Oct 31

Parting Ways: 3 reasons to drop Doug Martin

Doug Martin waits in anticipation of a carry... he could spend more time waiting in coming weeks (Photo: Reinhold Matay/Associated Press).

By now, you undoubtedly know that Doug Martin has been a massive disappointment to those unfortunate enough to have drafted him. If you disagree, please let me know so I can secure you a spot in every fantasy league I play in moving forward. At the season’s outset, we talked about whether or not the Muscle …

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Oct 30

Brandon LaFell emerging as he gains comfort in New England Offense

Brandon LaFell posted a monster game against the Bears, and that trend looks to continue in 2014 (Photo: Jim Rogash/AFP).

During his first month with his new team, Brandon LaFell didn’t have much to offer. He started the season slowly, with a six target zero reception game in New England’s opening week loss against Miami. He and QB Tom Brady looked out of sync, and uncomfortable. Since then, New England has played a game of …

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Oct 30

Fantasy Football Week 9 NFL Ranks

Finally, it is upon us. The bye week hell you’ve been dreading all year… or perhaps the moment of weakness you’ve been looking forward to taking advantage of in your league. Either way, rosters are thinned out significantly this week but our Week 9 NFL ranks have you covered – we’ll help you uncover that diamond in the rough.

Oct 29

NFL Touches and Targets Week 8: NFC Edition

Mark Ingram resumed his dominant rushing style put on display prior to a hand injury (Photo: Matthew Hinton/The Baton Rouge Advocate).

A number of interesting situations presented themselves this week: St. Louis went with a three headed backfield after Tre Mason‘s breakout week; Jonas Gray emerged as the ploughshare in New England; and a couple of rookie receivers saw a ton of looks. What does it all mean? We break that down in our NFL Touches …

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Oct 29

NFL Touches and Targets Week 8: AFC Edition

Are we seeing a transition at receiver for New England? (Photo: Darren McCollester/Getty Images North America).

A number of interesting situations presented themselves this week: St. Louis went with a three headed backfield after Tre Mason‘s breakout week; Jonas Gray emerged as the ploughshare in New England; and a couple of rookie receivers saw a ton of looks. What does it all mean? We break that down in our NFL Touches …

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Oct 28

Week 9 Waiver Wire Targets

Patience for RB Doug Martin is seemingly at an all-time low in Tampa Bay rookie Charles Sims could make an immediate impact upon his imminent activation (Photo: Buccaneers.com).

With the Falcons, Bills, Bears, Lions, Packers and Titans all on Byes in Week 9, rosters will be left thin with many of the league’s top skilled players – wide receivers in particular – on hiatus. Find your necessary replacements as well as long-term options amongst the Week 9 Waiver Wire Targets.

Oct 27

NFL Week 8 Review: Sunday’s Fantasy Storylines

Ben Tate found the endzone against the Raiders, but spent most of the day bottled up. What should we make of his struggles? (Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images North America).

Another week, another new set of potential stars and a series of underwhelming performances from players you thought you could trust. We break it all down here into actionable nuggets with insight for the week ahead, and the rest of the season. Prefer your breakdown in video form? We’re live here (and archived) at 7:30 …

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Oct 27

Week 3 Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire There are ten teams that play four games this week (Oct. 27 – Nov. 2) so plenty of options if you are looking to stream players for Week 3 of the Fantasy Hockey season. It’s all about being on top of the waiver wire. Be aware of who is being dropped …

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