Posted on December 05, 2013 by Bill Enright and Todd Devries
FN Radio Week 14: Aliens, Power Rankings, and the Fantasy Playoffs
The Fantasy Football Playoffs start this week, unfortunately it’s with what may be the worst Primtime Game in History. The 3-9 Jaguars host the 2-10 Texans opn Thursday Night Football. It is truly a battle for the Number 1 pick in 2014. Should Jaguars fans hope their two-game win streak comes to an end or the Texans fans cheer for their 11th straight loss? Will see if Tanky For Teddy comes into play.
Luckily the Sunday Night game and Monday Night’s action makes up for the nauseating match-up on Thursday. Panthers travel to New Orleans to take on the Saints and battle for NFC South supremacy on Sunday Night and the Dallas Cowboys fly up to the Windy City to play the Bears on Monday.
Posted on December 05, 2013 by Mike Lietz
Read about who we feel are the top gridiron warriors to roll into battle with for Week 14, and who we think should ride the bench.
It is either the start of the playoffs or final week of the regular season in leagues, so congrats for getting this far. Now let’s go the rest of the way. And remember, keep starting the players who got you here.
Posted on December 03, 2013 by Bill Enright and Todd Devries
The Fantasy Football Playoffs Are Here
Get ready for the Fantasy Football post-season with Todd DeVries and Bill Enright who help set your lineups for Week 14 via their answers to your emails and phone calls.
Posted on December 02, 2013 by Grant Dougherty
Peyton Manning- 22/35, 403 yards, 5 TDs, 2 INTs-31.7 fantasy points
So who cares if he had two interceptions in the first half? The dude still finished with FIVE TOUCHDOWNS despite not even throwing one in the first quarter. That’s 4,125 yards and 41 touchdowns with four games to go…
Cam Newton- 18/29, 263 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs; 5 Rush, 68 yards, Rush TD – 27.2 fantasy points
Yay, we got “good Cam,” today! The thing about Cam is that he makes up for the turnovers he has with his legs. 68 yards and a rushing score. That’ll do pig, That’ll do.
Nick Foles- 21/34, 237 yards, 3 TDs; 9 Rush, 22 yards– 23.6 fantasy points
What does this guy have to do for people to believe he IS “the guy” in Philly? He has 19 touchdowns and ZERO interceptions this year, making him the most efficient QB in football.
Posted on December 02, 2013 by Scott Lynge
FFChamps.com we've always said a Championship is built during your draft, but won in the trenches of the waiver wire during the regular season. In this article, you'll find our waiver wire recommendations every week, without fail, through the entire 17 game NFL regular season schedule.
If you made the playoffs congratulations! In a majority of league’s these next three weeks will weed out many teams and determine championships. At this point there really isn’t any need to list players on the radar. Most of the players that can help you the next three weeks have already had their break out game and been recommended before, but we’re hoping someone got hasty after a bad week and dropped someone who we think has value. Pickings are slim at this point so we might also remind you to do yourself a huge favor and review the last few weeks of our waiver wire pickup articles just in case you missed an opportunity.
Posted on December 02, 2013 by David Pratt
- Brandon Weeden, QB, Cle
- Injury: Concussion
- Status: Questionable
- Depth Chart: Starter
- Backup: Alex Tanney
- News: Weeden put up 370 passing yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions for the day. However, he was diagnosed with a concussion after the finish of the game.
- Fantasy Relevance: Weeden appears to be questionable for next week. However, you would have to be in very rough shape to think about starting him during the fantasy-playoff weeks. The only fantasy-relevant Brown is now Josh Gordon. Even Jordan Cameron has fallen off the map. If Weeden is out next week, Gordon’s value decreases slightly, but he is still a high-end WR1.
Posted on November 27, 2013 by Bill Enright
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