There haven't been any regions in NCAA tournament history that look like this year's South region.
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…
The Cleveland Browns may not be finished with offseason moves, but Friday's reported trades are making me ponder if Cleveland will have life in the fantasy football world.
The 2018 fantasy baseball draft's first round will be littered with outfielders. Mike Trout, Bryce Harper, Charlie Blackmon and Giancarlo Stanton have average draft positions in the first round.
The strength at third base cannot be ignored. I've already talked about why I wouldn't wait on a sleeper at this position, based on the top being so loaded.
Trea Turner and Carlos Correa aren't going to bust in fantasy baseball. As long as they stay away from the injury bug, both players will be dynamic for any roster.
You're not going to get a ton of help at the shortstop position if you don't pick Trea Turner or Carlos Correa. Both are the best at the position and are regular contributors in multiple categories.
It's not tough to spot some of the major fantasy baseball weapons at second base. Jose Altuve is my top fantasy baseball option, and other players provide several different specialties that can lead to dominating statistics in category leagues.
The first baseman position can still deliver nice results, but don't count on it being a full-proof position in the first two rounds. There is plenty of potential for busts in this position and room for sleepers later in the fantasy baseball drafts.
If you're going to pull the trigger on a starting pitcher early in the 2018 fantasy baseball draft, you better make sure it's a slam dunk.
Finding quality sleeper starting pitchers is one of the most important aspects of winning fantasy baseball championships. I don't like to grab starting pitchers too early in drafts, so my team relies on starting pitchers that outperform their average draft positions.
Just beyond the first handful of fantasy baseball picks is where the biggest decisions loom. Do you use a late first round/early second round pick on a dominant starting pitcher or do you trust a position player without the hype surrounding those top-flight picks?
After years of bloated value, 2018 may finally be the year the wide receiver position reverts back to its normal place in the fantasy football world.
Want to predict locusts will overrun the Super Bowl? You can do it, and just in case it happens, the value is so large it would easily pay for that long-awaited retirement at 1,000,000/1.
It's only January and the conference season is just starting to begin, so I know I shouldn't take too much stock into title odds.
Every year offers new challenges for NFL teams. Pretty much the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers are the only teams that seem to be exempt from yearly changes.
Everything I read going into Wild Card weekend was how many blowouts to expect. According to the experts, last year's Wild Card weekend should have been the ultimate precursor to this year's contest — and last year, the favorites dominated.
If you've read anything I've ever done on fantasy football, you know my disdain for wasting early fantasy football draft picks on quarterbacks.
Had Oklahoma escaped that semifinal matchup against Georgia, I would have bet my children's college fund on Alabama in the title game.
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