Matthew Stafford, Brock Osweiler Among Quarterbacks to Avoid in 2016 Fantasy Football Drafts
Being verbal punching bags for angry fantasy owners comes with the paycheck in the NFL. Players have grown accustomed to being treated as pawns in the great chess matches of fantasy fanatics over the years
With Joe Flacco and every running back ever getting injured this past week, fantasy owners are getting more and more depressed as their records continue to slip right before playoff time.
Don’t let solid Week 9 performances fool you—Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota are far from refined. Personally, I still think Mariota will be a bust, but I’m also a little salty because he tore my New Orleans Saints to shreds.
It looks like New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has finally got his wish when it comes to daily fantasy sports in his freedom strangling state. Both DraftKings and FanDuel have agreed to cease taking entry fees (bets) from users in New York.
For many fantasy football leagues, this week is the last of the regular season. Playoffs are coming, and so it’s time to fight for that final win.
Week eight showed me just how important one roster spot can be. Hell, one game with multiple players can be the difference when you have a historic shootout like the Saints and Giants put on display.
Don’t worry about FanDuel and DraftKings merging. These companies are going to be just fine. They may not be profitable yet, but all those smart investors can’t be wrong….right?
Stick with the mainstream fantasy players this week in big tournaments and you will win $6. Take a risk or three in order to give yourself the best shot at winning real money on DraftKings.