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Fantasy Football 2015: Week 11 Waiver Targets, And A Pep Talk For All

imageLast night when I sat down to write this my wife walked by and asked ‘when is that over?’ That being the fantasy football season, of course. That question pretty much set the tone for what you’re (hopefully) going to read next. (more…)

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Fantasy Football 2015: Week 6 Waiver Targets, An Exciting Opportunity, And What To Do About Slumping Stars

Jamaal Charles ACL injury opens the door for Charcandrick West to get the first opportunity to start for the Chiefs at running back (Photo: Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports)

Jamaal Charles ACL injury opens the door for Charcandrick West to get the first opportunity to start for the Chiefs at running back (Photo: Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports)

On Bye: Oakland Raiders; St. Louis Rams; Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Dallas Cowboys

Fantasy Football is a weird game.  (more…)

Fantasy Football 2015: Week 4 Waiver Wire Targets

I've officially decided Colby Fleener, despite being less talented, is the Tight End to own forever in Indianapolis.

I’ve officially decided Colby Fleener, despite being less talented, is the Tight End to own forever in Indianapolis.

On Bye: Tennessee Titans, New England Patriots

Before I get into telling you about guys you probably will curse me for later (I apologize for Chris Polk and Brandon Weeden being bad football players), let’s talk about the power of knowing your situation.  (more…)

Fantasy Football 2015: Thursday Night Audibles For Redskins Vs. Giants

(Photo: Matthew Emmons/USA TODAY Sports)

The last time Odell Beckham. Jr. faced the Giants (12 catches, 143 yards, 3 touchdowns) there was a whole lot of this (pictured above) going on. (Photo: Matthew Emmons/USA TODAY Sports)

Thursday Night Audibles will be a season long weekly series that helps you fill (or unfill) those last-minute roster holes before the fantasy football week begins

If there were a “can’t miss” Thursday Night Football game this year this would probably rank among them.

I say that for two reasons; the first being that the Giants and Washington have an opportunity tonight to change perceptions about their teams in the NFC East to a national audience early. (more…)