Michael Crabtree

Week 13 Hot Off The Wire

This will be the final week of the regular season for most fantasy leagues with the playoffs starting in week 14 for 12 team leagues that include 6 into the playoffs. For a lot of traditional leagues that use only 4 playoff spots, the regular season could go as late as week 15, but every league that play in start the playoffs in week 14.  Going into the final week means locking up the playoff spot and making sure you’re team is ready for a playoff run.  There will be some key players to look out for on the waiver wire so let’s take a look at who is going to be Hot Off The Wire for week 13 and could help your fantasy playoffs. go

Ben Tate

First and First – Week 12 Running Back Starts

Now that the final bye week is here, some fantasy owners just need to get past one more week before they have  their full starting roster back in the lineup.   This will be a big relief to some and a welcomed upgrade for others.  Given the state of the running back position and the current injury report for running backs, it’s going to be an interesting week for fantasy owners.  There will most likely be a couple of players on the wire that will be have good fantasy production on Sunday, as well as some starters that will probably not get their projected. Let’s take a look at the top running back starts based on match-ups in week 12 with our First and Five running backs. go

Bobby Rainey

Week 12 Hot Off The Wire

With the playoffs quickly approaching, teams starting to position themselves, it’s important not to lose sight of the day-to-day activities that are needed to win a championship.  Having just taken a few days off and beginning to take a look at this week’s match-ups, I’m feeling a little disconnected and eager to get back into it so that I don’t lose focus.  In most leagues, the trade deadline has past and so now it’s up to the team and the wire to help secure the final wins needed.  Looking at the wire, there are some interesting moves starting to brew that could be a good options during the playoffs. Let’s take a look at the fantasy players that will be Hot Off The Wire in week 12. go

Trent Richardson

Week 11 Thursday Night Fantasy Football Starts

With the Colts coming off a huge loss to the Rams in week 10, they look to rebound against the Titans who have been struggling of late and will not have their starting quarterback once again.  The backup QB Ryan Fitzpatrick will be making the start on Thursday Night Football and will try to lead the Titans at home against the number one team in their division.  With playoff hopes still alive for the Titans, they will be looking to close the 2 game gap between them and Colts by winning at home.  go

Andre Brown

Week 11 Hot Off The Wire

It’s getting close to the end and teams are starting to jockey for position and look at the match-ups for the playoff rounds.  Off course the Commish is racking up wins and currently sits in either 1st or 2nd in every fantasy league, which includes all 12 team leagues but 1 that is a 10 team league, so the playoffs are almost a lock.  Now looking ahead as well as for week 11, there are some interesting players that might be on the wire and could add value to your fantasy team right now.  Let’s take a look at who is going to be Hot Off The Wire in week 11. go

Lesean Mccoy

Going Yard – Week 10 Game Changers

As if we didn’t know it was going to be the case, Brees was easily the top the fantasy performer for week 10 by lighting up Cowboys in front of a home crowd.  His 392 passing yards with 4 touchdowns surpassed our expectations and gave fantasy owners a helpful boost in points that most other quarterbacks wouldn’t see. His performance was the best of the week for sure, but there were some other notable fantasy players that were Going Yard in week 10, and could have been game changers for fantasy owners. go

Drew Brees

First and Five – Week 10 Fantasy Starts

Fantasy football never stops even if those that are analyzing it need to take a break for a couple of days. Thankfully I’m back and ready to go just before the games start in week 10. This edition will focus on a couple of players from each type just to highlight some players that I like based on their match-ups for week 10.  It’s going to be a little different from what I normally like to do, but seeing as I didn’t have as much time to deeply go into each match-up I had to do a quicker overview of the games that I felt were going to produce the biggest points. Here are the week 10 First and Five fantasy picks. go

Rashad Jennings

Week 10 Hot Off The Wire

With the last big bye week passing in week 9, there will only be a couple of more byes before the end of the fantasy football season and leagues head into the playoffs.  Owners need to start thinking about what their match-ups look like down the stretch and into the playoffs.  Plus, with injuries to huge name players like Aaron Rodgers and Darren McFadden, grabbing guys off the wire now could help teams both now and later.  Some players just have better match-ups in crucial weeks that teams could benefit from and start a player with a better match-up or more opportunities.  With this in mind, we take a look at the players that will be Hot Off The Wire for week 10 and could help teams into the playoffs. go

Nick Foles

Going Yard – Week 9 Game Changers

As a victim of the Foles touchdown bonanza I’m certainly considering him the biggest game changer for week 9. His record-tying performance of 7 touchdowns on 406 passing yards was easily the best of the week while helping the Eagles crush the Raiders at home.   Nick Foles wasn’t the only one Going Yard in week 9 so let’s take a look at the top fantasy players of the week. go

Dez Bryant

First and Five – Week 9 Wide Receiver Starts

It seems like the Cowboys have been involved in some of the bigger games this year in terms of fantasy points. They obviously had that huge point game with the Broncos resulting in the 4th highest total of all-time, but 4 out of their 8 games scored over 50 plus points, and 3 of them over 60 points.  The team currently ranks dead last in passing yards allowed per game, but their offense can also put up a lot of points so that can help balance things.  This is also why they are only a 500 football team at this point.  There will be some players in that Cowboys game getting points and one will be in the week 9 First and Five wide receiver starts. go

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