The 2017 fantasy picture is coming more into focus but a third week of action should reveal a bigger piece of the puzzle.
We are going to start to get some answers to pressing questions. Don't overreact to good or bad performances, but here's what you need to keep an eye on in Week 1.
With fantasy draft season nearing an end, here are the 10 things most on my mind heading into the season, and the analytics behind these thoughts.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt has a prime opportunity with Spencer Ware done for the season. There are two big changes to the draft board based on preseason Week 3 injuries to Julian Edelman and Spencer Ware, and lots of opinions to go with them. Now let’s do the same with the fastest
With the Fantasy Baseball season winding down, here are five things to keep in mind to help maximize your chances to push toward a title.
Last year we looked at fantasy wideouts on two measurements. It also firmly endorsed one of last year’s most polarizing WRs, Doug Baldwin (2016 ADP 46). Of course there were misses as well: Dorial Green-Beckham (prior to the Titans shipping him out) and Torrey Smith.
A solid draft strategy is to focus on floor in the early rounds but upside middle and late. After you've made your first six or seven picks, it’s important to focus more on what can go right rather than what can go wrong.
The MLB trade deadline was busier than usual this year with big names changing uniforms, mostly on the pitching side. What's the fantasy impact?
Some starters are playing with fire despite solid surface numbers. They're unlikely to keep producing because they struggle to limit hitter's counts.
Pitching has been terrible. One of the reasons is that pitches per batter faced has skyrocketed, and more pitches means more hitter counts.
The idea of avoiding players on teams with bad quarterbacks is pretty obvious but not something I thought was worthy of a rule until trying to assess the odds of a resurgence for two previously productive players.
Advanced stats suggest Corey Dickerson is someone you should try to trade before he regresses. Tommy Pham, Cardinals: His performance in fantasy suggests he should be on the first page of well-hit qualifiers, meaning .200 or better.
The All-Star break is a reset where the season slows down and you can take a hard look at your roster. Fantasy categories are a very seductive mistress and we have a natural bias toward dismissing those disappointing regardless of how strong their peripherals may be.