As a fantasy football owner, your number-one goal during your league’s draft is to walk away with the best team possible given your particular draft position and the players available to you in each round. Sometimes plain-old luck plays the biggest role in determining whether you accomplish this goal or
Earlier this offseason I took a look at the different types of leagues and options available for fantasy football players interested in the high-stakes landscape. That overview generated a lot of buzz, and I am happy to announce that eleven lucky folks are going to have the chance to take
Free Agency? Check. NFL Draft? Check. Rankings from the FFMagicMan? Finally I can say, check.
If my previous article on high stakes fantasy football didn’t get you psyched up for the 2014 season, I hope that this weekend’s NFL Draft did! Mini-camps are right are around the corner, training camps not far behind, and that means fantasy football season in full swing. One of the
If you’re like many players I’ve talked with, you hear the term “high stakes” used in front of the term “fantasy football” and immediately tune out, thinking there’s no way you can (or would) drop four-figures (or more) to get into a fantasy football league.
There is arguably no more polarizing a figure in all of Chicago sports than Jay Cutler. He plays the highest profile of positions on the most popular sport, so he obviously has a lot of eyes on him. Micah James‘s insight: We didn’t see the best of Cutler with Marc
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have recently traded their second best wide receiver in Mike Williams just before the 2014 NFL draft. With picks in the first, second, and third rounds of the draft, the query is do the Bucs have a need to draft a wide… Micah James‘s insight:
Even though the 2013 fantasy season has come to an end the fun doesn’t stop just yet…we have the NFL Playoffs on tap and a free fantasy league for followers and listeners of the Trick Plays Fantasy Football podcast. Put your skills to the test against Coach Esser and me
You may have been following along with our Trick Plays podcast Primtetime Pick’Em Challenge. We invited nine other industry analysts to join us, and then had a weekly representative from the listening audience choose a team as well – made up of one running back, one wide receiver and one
I know many of my readers and followers are well-versed in the latest craze of daily fantasy football. However, if you aren’t familiar with it, or if you’ve been hesitant to give it a try or learn more, here is a quick look at one of the easiest ways to
It happens every season. After the first week or two, some of the players we drafted in the first or second rounds have done nothing but disappoint while other players come from out of nowhere and produce lofty fantasy points. The question for the fantasy football owner is whether or
I must admit, I have a love/hate relationship with Week 1 of the NFL season. I love that after all these months, after all of the free agent signings, camp position battles, preseason games…we finally, at long last, have the NFL back! Yet I hate Week 1 almost as much
These past few weeks, I’ve been looking through the 2013 off-season changes – both coaching staffs and player movement. I’ve run across a few interesting tidbits that I figured I would highlight in a quick post. This post really isn’t player-focused, at least not specifically. What I’m trying to do
Ever wonder what NFL players, both past and present, do during the off-season? Ever wonder what fantasy football analysts do during the off-season? Well wonder no more…my good friend and colleague Liz Loza, better known as the Fantasy Football Girl, has your answers with her recent Hollywood experience. Check out
In honor of, and with deference to, the coolest religious figure I know on Twitter (@TheKickerMonk) here is an oh-so-important rundown of my early thoughts on our favorite fantasy football position – the Kickers.