07 Jan 2015, 05:49am by Scott Kacsmar
Is Aaron Rodgers the most valuable quarterback this weekend given the Dallas pass defense is the only remaining unit not ranked in the top 15? Can you afford to start any running backs besides the four studs playing below-average run defenses? Is Emmanuel Sanders a better investment than Demaryius Thomas and T.Y. Hilton? Can we trust Julius Thomas to regain his dominant form, or is the pricey Rob Gronkowski the safest bet for tight end dominance? We answer these questions and rank our picks for salary-cap leagues for divisional weekend.
06 Jan 2015, 02:44pm by Brian Fremeau
Turnover value, special teams value, and field position value figure to be critical factors in the championship game. Will Oregon or Ohio State have the edge?
31 Dec 2014, 12:26pm by Scott Kacsmar
If you could only pick one this week: Dez Bryant or Calvin Johnson? Is Ryan Lindley a bargain to load up on the wide receivers, or is he destined for single-digit points? Is DeMarco Murray too expensive against the best run defense now that Ndamukong Suh is allowed to play? Should we even bother looking at any Pittsburgh running back this week? We answer these questions and more to help set up your rosters for salary-cap leagues for this Wild Card weekend.
31 Dec 2014, 08:15am by Brian Fremeau
In each of the NY6 games, the efficiency ratings for both teams closely matched a major bowl game of recent vintage. Those matchup similarities highlight a few important statistics that figure to be keys to this week's biggest games.
24 Dec 2014, 03:14am by Scott Kacsmar
This is probably the week to avoid fantasy players from the Patriots and Colts with those teams locked into their playoff seed. Some of our favorite Week 17 matchups for salary-cap leagues include Cam Newton, Teddy Bridgewater, Justin Forsett and Terrance Williams.
18 Dec 2014, 11:23am by Aaron Schatz
Here's an update on the race for the No. 1 overall pick. Tonight's Jacksonville-Tennessee game means a lot, but Tampa Bay still has the best shot at it. And check out the ridiculous dominoes that would need to fall for Washington to get the top pick!
16 Dec 2014, 08:54pm by Scott Kacsmar
Some of our favorite Week 16 matchups for salary-cap leagues include Matthew Stafford, C.J. Anderson, Jeremy Maclin and Travis Kelce. I also think Alex Smith will actually throw a touchdown to a wide receiver (Dwayne Bowe) while Kyle Orton will help Charles Woodson get his 60th career interception. A high-priced stack of Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson in Tampa Bay is something you'll want to do as well.
16 Dec 2014, 04:48pm by Brian Fremeau
If multiple years of success are a key to playoff contention, these four programs are well-positioned to take the next step.
10 Dec 2014, 11:21am by Scott Kacsmar
Some of our favorite Week 15 matchups for salary-cap leagues include Matt Ryan, Isaiah Crowell, Odell Beckham, Martellus Bennett and just about anyone in the Steelers-Falcons game.