For the first time in recent memory, I can't overwhelmingly say there's much of a difference in my top-four running backs in fantasy football.
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While NFL owners are meeting to determine how best to deal with anthem protests and kickoffs, fantasy football owners are already eyeing their draft strategy for the 2018 season.
The NFL keeps fans interested in several ways. One of the most glaring avenues of success for the most-watched league in America is the constant changing landscape of NFL teams' success.
My two-start pitchers last week came through in three of the four starts, with the only blemish being a fairly major one with Danny Duffy getting destroyed on Sunday against Cleveland.
The waiver wire is slimming down in fantasy baseball. More than a month into the season, players who started out hot are owned in the majority of leagues.
Rookie wide receivers are tough to trust. In recent years, the top wide receivers drafted in the NFL draft have been atrocious in their rookie campaigns.
Saquon Barkley will have an RB1 grade in fantasy football in 2018, despite playing on a team notoriously bad at utilizing running backs in fantasy football.
With fewer cancellations likely ahead for the Major League Baseball season, it will create a better opportunity to be assured of two-start pitchers.
For the second straight year, NFL draft props are available, setting up even more interest in the annual tradition of caring about the NFL in the offseason.
If Mother Nature would start cooperating, we could start seeing who belongs on fantasy baseball rosters and who doesn't.
It's been a rough start to the fantasy baseball season. The two-start pitchers have been difficult to find. The hitters, at least on my fantasy lineup, have been non-existent. And the waiver wire is a land mine of busts.
The fantasy baseball season hasn't even had a sip of the season's cup of coffee, but there is still plenty to learn in the first few days.
For having two regions cause so much chaos, three out of the four regions look fairly representative of what many perceived the Final Four to be before the tournament began.
Every fantasy baseball team has to make a stand when it comes to relievers. Do you buy early, risking some value with hitters? Or do you wait and hope for some value?
When thinking about deep sleepers in fantasy baseball drafts, it's wise to consider a player who can be elite in a specific category.
March Madness is under way and for those who fancy their chances it's important to know what sports betting sites have to offer before placing any money down. From sign up bonuses to different odds on the favorites; such as #1 seeds Villanova and Virginia are the two biggest favorites to mov…
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