Posted on December 09, 2013 by Scott Lynge
If you’re reading the waiver wire article this week you’ve either made it to the first or second week of your fantasy playoffs. Congratulations!
You most likely don’t need to pick up anyone off waivers at this point and we don’t recommend picking up a player who broke out in week 14 and trusting him in the most important games of your fantasy season anyway it’s just too big a gamble, so those players won’t be included in this week’s article.
Having said that there are a few players we’ve recommended before who we feel could help you in the next two weeks and those are the ones we’ll concentrate on this week. We’ve also been suggesting that you review our last few week’s waiver wire recommendations on the slight chance a player we’ve suggested is still available in your league and we will do that yet again this week.
Week 15 is upon us. Good luck this week everyone!
Posted on December 09, 2013 by Grant Dougherty
Andrew Luck- 29/46 yards, 4 TDs; 2 Rush, 32 yards– 32.2 fantasy points
We got Jekyll and Hyde over here! Solid day for Luck! Let’s keep this going…
Peyton Manning- 39/59, 397 yards, 4 TDs-31.7 fantasy points
So, yeah, that’s 800- yards and 9 TDs in the past two games. What a stud.
Jason Campbell- 29/44, 391 yards, 3 TDs; 2 Rush, 27 yards– 30.3 fantasy points
Well, Jason ate his Campbell’s Chunky Soup today! But then again, Josh Gordon could make ME look good out there.
Posted on December 09, 2013 by David Pratt
- Adrian Peterson, RB, MIN
- Injury: Ankle
- Status: Questionable
- Depth Chart: Starter
- Back-up: Toby Gerhart
- News: Peterson was carted off the field after injury his ankle. It was reported after Minnesota’s game that he has a “mid-foot sprain.”
- Fantasy ramification: It appears that Peterson, and his fantasy owners, dodged a bullet. If he has a low-grade sprain, he may be able to return to play this season. However, the severity of the sprain will not be known until the following few days. If you are a Peterson owner, hopefully you have his hand-cuff, Toby Gerhart.
Posted on December 06, 2013 by Bill Enright
Quick update on this weekend's games as we are constantly tweaking our rankings so you have the best advantage as possible during Week 14. We'll continue to update our rankings during the weekend, but for the latest version as of Friday afternoon, click here.
There's some weather "issues" that will likely impact a lot of NFL Stadiums. We've attached a a photo from NFLWeather.com that show Cincinnati, Washington, Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Green Bay, and Denver will likely see very cold temperatures and a mix of rain or snow. Basically unless the game is in Southern California, Florida, or in a dome, there's a good chance some wet weather will make it's way to the field on Sunday.
That being said, we don't want you to panic. Think of all those people that rush to the grocery store to get milk and bread before a big blizzard.
Those are the type of people that panic as if the world is coming to an end. We don't want you to be one of those people.
Is it a safe move to make? Sure.
But is it a necessary move? Absolutely not.
Think of that analogy when debating to remove your studs from your lineups just because of some inclement weather. This is FOOTBALL and Football players have played in nasty weather since High School. Think twice before making a move just because of the weather.
FFChamps.com: Extraordinary Results For Fantasy Football Dominance
Posted on December 06, 2013 by Bill Enright
The virtual Fantasy Football arcade at DraftKings.com gets you in on all the action of Daily Fantasy Football for just a Quarter.
It’s a perfect opportunity to get your feet wet because it’s so cheap to play and still a lot of fun. It’s also a great way to keep your Fantasy Football season alive in the rare case you are out of the Fantasy Football Playoffs.
Just one quarter, 25 cents, will earn you the shot at $1,000 in Cash Prizes. It’s the best deal in town and least expensive game around.
Since this week’s contest is just a Quarter and there’s $1,000 in prizes, it’s almost more expensive NOT to play in Week 14.
You can max out your entries (40) for just $10, which greatly increases your chance of taking home some cash. Yes, you can have 40 different teams in this one contest all for just $10. Crazy? Yes. Worth it? 100%.
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.