Alex Caruso says you should fade these three veteran players in fantasy football next season. Running backs Derrick Henry and Leonard Fournette face uncertain futures in their offenses due to possible quarterback changes. Meanwhile wide receiver Keenan Allen is aging, and other Charger receivers could be taking his targets.
Alex Caruso is an up-and-coming analyst aiming to bring a fresh perspective on the game through a data-driven approach to fantasy football. You can find his work on Twitter @AlexCaruso or his show “The Fresh Fantasy Podcast” on your favorite platform.
The fantasy season has barely handed, yet it’s already time to start looking ahead to next year. While rookies capture a lot of the buzz before fantasy drafts, DeAndre Hopkins headlines a unique list of veteran players Alex Caruso says you shouldn’t overlook next season.
Justin Fields highlights a group of second-year players that could win fantasy leagues in 2023, and Alex Caruso explains why you should target them if you want a championship-caliber team.
Alex Caruso says these three rookies caught his eye in 2022 as top fantasy football targets in 2023. Chris Olave, Breece Hall and Drake London all should be premium fantasy targets in 2023.
It’s championship week in most Fantasy Football leagues, and starting these three wide receivers in Week 17 can help you bring home the title.
Josh Larky, Ryan Reynolds and Alex Caruso join Zach Cohen to discuss nine players who could carry your fantasy team to a title in Week 16 and Week 17.
With fantasy football playoffs in full swing, Alex Caruso gives owners still in contention three players who can help push them to their league’s championship games, including one of the most popular waiver wire adds of the week.
Alex Caruso highlights three NFL wide receivers that could play the hero in the fantasy football playoffs this season.
Alex Caruso says starting these three players could pay off big time in your fantasy football lineups as playoff time approaches.
Josh Larky, Ryan Reynolds and Alex Caruso join Zach Cohen to name nine potential league winners for the fantasy football playoffs, including Kyler Murray and Treylon Burks.