This week as we head into the championship drive of your fantasy football playoffs, I have decided to focus my waiver wire article on the wide receiver position. This week the choices made at wide receiver will likely help fantasy players win games that clinch them into fantasy playoff scenarios. With only 2 teams on bye, (Browns and Titans) almost every player will be available to you, but let me show you four wide receivers I think you should be looking at to help improve your team.
Coffee With Q is my weekly article designed to give you a first look at the week ahead while your killing time at work or sitting on the John or doing whatever it is you do to help you get through your miserable Monday mornings. I’ll review some of what happened in Week 12 and also take a look ahead to Week 13 in the NFL.
In this episode, Derrick along with newcomers Mike and Guy discuss NFL news and notes and recap Sundays games from week 12 in the NFL.
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I’m hoping that everyone reading this had an excellent Thanksgiving yesterday. As you recover from your tryptophan-induced coma, we’re going to take a look at the leftovers on the waiver wire this week. We have quite a few options this week with injuries and the fact that there are no teams on bye. Will Tye (TE13) found the end zone last week, and finds himself in this article against this week. Tyreek Hill (WR38) is still a strong option for weeks 13-15 but he does face the Broncos this week and in the fantasy championship week. I think this is the week that Kenneth Dixon begins to see his share of opportunities grow. Good luck this week everyone.
In this episode, Derrick Stephen and Steven discuss NFL news and Notes, play some Fantasy Feud, give predictions for the Thanksgiving games AND draft their top holiday movies
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It was a great week for both the hot and not sections. Cousins went off for 375 yards and 3 TDs and also Moncrief hit pay dirt. Although he didn’t find the end zone, Zeke totaled over 100 yards. On the other hand, Palmer failed to reach 200 yards passing and tacked on two INTs to his stat line. Ingram left the game with a concussion and Hightower took over the bell cow duties. Still, neither back ran for more than 70 yards or scored a TD. Jordan Matthews caught half of his 10 targets for 59 yards. With only two weeks left in the fantasy regular season, lets see who can help you solidify that playoff spot!
The revenge game is a little like Loch Ness Monster. We talk about it when there’s a sighting, and some people want to believe it exists. There are definitely instances when it works out for a player against their former team and they go off. Steve Smith, Sr. against the Panthers comes to mind as a recent successful revenge game. But, there are countless others where players under-perform their season averages and disappoint. Let’s take a look at how running backs and wide receivers have performed in these games to see if it’s a narrative we can buy into for fantasy.
Week 12 of the NFL season is upon us, and with it comes a feast. Thanksgiving you mean? Well no actually. The feast I’m referring to is that for the first time in roughly 2 months, THERE ARE NO TEAMS ON BYE!!!! That’s right, every team plays, this is the first time that’s happened since week 3. So now the choices will be aplenty on your team. The bad news though is that week 11 has claimed its victims and there’s still injuries, including players such as AJ Green, Gio Bernard, Jay Cutler, Andrew Luck and others.
Don’t fret though I am going to show you some names you can find on your waiver wires that I believe are slid plays for week 12.
Coffee With Q is my weekly article designed to give you a first look at the week ahead while your killing time at work or sitting on the John or doing whatever it is you do to help you get through your miserable Monday mornings. I’ll review some of what happened in Week 11 and also take a look ahead to Week 12 in the NFL.