If you consider the sheer amount of injuries we saw last week across the NFL, putting together a fantasy line-up this week will be a challenge for most owners to say the least.
To say injuries changed the landscape of fantasy football teams across the board is an understatement. The waiver wire is going to be busy this week, and you need to make the smart decisions this week to gain an edge on the other members of your league. Let’s take a look at the top players you should target as we head into Week 3.
Drafting is just a small part of the winning equation for fantasy football. The waiver wire and your sit/start decisions are what makes or breaks your league standings. Trades are also a part of it, but most people don’t do trades unless they feel like they are clearly winning in the deal.
NFL fans around the world were forced to sit back and watch as fantasy starter after fantasy starter was reduced to bench fodder in Week 1. Meanwhile, back-ups and waiver wire players put up starter worthy numbers from the bench or the free agent list.
Even before we hit Week 1 of the NFL season, injuries, suspensions, and depth chart questions have changed the landscape of rosters. That Because of that, fantasy owners are scrambling to figure out what is fact and fiction as we head into Week 1.
With training camps upon us, and the pre-season right around the corner, it can only mean one thing for NFL fans around the world; the Fantasy Football draft is here!
With the NFL regular season finished, and all fantasy leagues officially done, we can look back at the season and see where the value was, as well as where the mirages were.
Some leagues may be finished, but there are still a lot of leagues with one more week to play. Daily Fantasy leagues like FanDuel are still looking to give people one more chance to win, while some Yahoo and ESPN leagues have one more week to go before a champion is crowned. I’m personally in a few leagues on each site that are still playing, so I have a horse in the game just like some of you.