Josh Larky explains why running back Miles Sanders is a must-fade in all fantasy football formats.
It’s never too early to start thinking about fantasy football, especially for those knee-deep in best ball or dynasty drafts. Here’s everything you might have missed from NFL free agency so far, and the impact of each move on fantasy football. D.J. Moore Traded to Bears Cohen’s Initial Thoughts: The Carolina Panthers traded D.J. Moore […]
Kadarius Toney has not had the career many expected since being drafted in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. Josh Fewster thinks Toney’s fresh start with the Kansas City Chiefs and tempered expectations make him a fantasy sleeper in 2023.
After examining the top fantasy players at running back and receiver from 2022 and comparing their average draft position and fantasy output, Josh Fewster breaks down how you should value receivers in your 2023 fantasy drafts.
It was another great weekend this last week. Our picks went 4-1, including the 6/5 confidence play hitting easily. That brings our total this season to 90-79-2. There are a lot of questions about this matchup between the Tennessee Titans and the Dallas Cowboys, and because of that, few lines have been posted so far. […]
If you made it to Championship Week chances are good you have few decisions to make regarding what is likely a stacked starting lineup. However, with this being the “last call” for a full slate of meaningful games, my Week 17 rankings will once again be a deep dive at each position for DFS enthusiasts. […]
In the final Waiver Wire Show of the season, Josh Larky and Ryan Reynolds tell you who could help you win your league title while focusing on some rookies in favorable matchups.
Fantasy playoffs are heading into their second week, and if you had planned on starting Jalen Hurts, you need a backup plan. Josh Fewster has three options that are worth streaming, led by the hot hand of Brock Purdy.
Marty Mornhinweg and Josh Larky sit down to discuss which quarterback they prefer in fantasy between Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert. Mornhinweg admits he has a bias for Mahomes, for good reason, but Larky poses an interesting concern for the Chiefs’ quarterback as he gets set to face the Texans on the road.
Ryan Ripken names five players to consider starting in Week 15, including a pair of rookie tight ends breaking out.