Numberfire.com examines what the San Diego Chargers backfield will look like moving forward. Will Danny Woodhead’s role in the offense expand or will Donald Brown just slip right into Ryan Mathews role….
Pat Mayo reveals his Week 2 QB Rankings, telling you which quarterbacks you need to get into your lineup for Week 2 and which QB can make an impact in deeper leagues. Also, would you start Peyton Manning?
Shannon Sommerville is joined by analyst Stephanie Brown to discuss players with fantasy stocks trending either up or down after Week 2 of the NFL season. The two also include MLB players for those of you in the midst of a Fantasy Baseball playoff run.
FNTSY Sports Today’s Laura Diakun is joined by Ray Flowers to talk about the Maimi Dolphins backfield with the recent injury to Knowshon Moreno who will be sidelined 4-6 weeks.
Nick Capozzi is joined by the head football editor at Razzball Jay Longfellow to recap week two of the NFL season, and what to take away from each game. In this segment, the two analyze the Redskins vs. Jaguars, Cardinals vs Giants, and Patriots vs. Vikings games.
Anthem Media Group Inc. announced today that the world’s premier combat sports television channel Fight Network and the first-ever channel dedicated to fantasy sports FNTSY Sports Network are now available in the Roku Channel Store.Fight Network is available to Roku users in North America, while FNTSY Sports Network can be purchased by Roku users in North America, the U.K. and Republic of Ireland.
Pigskin is dominating the net, but there are still two weeks of horsehide to go. Whether you’re looking for that one waiver wire pickup that will put you in the money, or you’re looking to 2015, we’ve got the Fantasy Baseball Links you need to finish strong.
Scott White from CBSSports.com breaks down the top options off the waiver wire to add to your fantasy lineups in week 23 edition of start & sit. Rockies Josh Rutledge is heating up and has a full week playing at Coors Field, and has Xander Bogaerts hit his stride in Boston?
Pat Mayo unveils his Week 3 waiver wire rankings, telling you which impact players in Week 2 are worthy of a pick up and which should avoided.
Thursday night was not the kind of game that fantasy owners of stalwarts like Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell are used to. The same goes for anyone who picked up Markus Wheaton hoping that the next breakout WR would come out of Pittsburgh. It appears that after their strong first half in Week 1, the Steelers have already begun a dismal slide down a slippery slope – Or have they?