The NFL Handbook – Week 3

I’ve analyzed the data for each of the 16 NFL games on tap in Week 3, and have compiled this handbook to help you identify which match-ups to target in your fantasy leagues, and the best plays should you find yourself in Vegas this weekend.

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The NFL Handbook – Week 2

I’ve analyzed the data for each of the 16 NFL games on tap in Week 2, and have compiled this handbook to help you identify which match-ups to target in your fantasy leagues, and the best plays should you find yourself in Vegas this weekend.

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Check the Wire – Week 2

Whether there’s a knucklehead in your league who gives up on Le’Veon Bell after his Week 1 dud, or it’s the splashy Kenny Golladay type who goes undrafted, it’s never too early to take a look at who’s available on the waiver wire.

Here are some of the top targets for Week 2 who are likely available in your leagues…

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How Vegas Will Help You Dominate Your Fantasy Football League

The 1st thing people tend to review when setting their weekly lineups are match-ups. Rightfully so. Starting a squad full of guys who are facing stifling defenses isn’t exactly increasing your odds of success. As a result, we look for defenses who struggle to stop the pass when selecting our QB, WRs, TE… You know the drill.

But unfortunately, for a lot of folks, that’s where it stops. Don’t be one of those folks.

Here are a few things you want to review before kickoff to ensure an optimal lineup…

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QBs Likely to Regress in 2017

A total of nine new faces emerged among the top-10 QBs over the last five seasons. Only two of them – Bortles, and Cousins – finished in the top-10 the following season.

Assuming the success rate remains the same, we’ll see one of last season’s three finish among the top-10 fantasy QBs this season, but who?

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Dissecting the QB Draft Strategy – Go Early, or Wait it Out?

I think we all understand that quarterbacks have the largest impact on a team’s offense, and if you don’t, just watch a few Browns games this season. Of the two players which touch the ball on every offensive down, they’re one of them.

Fantasy points aren’t awarded on a per snap basis, though. So, that doesn’t necessarily translate to more points than the other positions… Or, does it?

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Can Wide Receivers on Losing Teams be Valuable Fantasy Assets?

Ideally, we’d all draft receivers from the Saints, Colts, and Packers – it’s just not possible. So, who do you draft when those options aren’t available? Not to mention, there are some very interesting receivers from these potential bottom-8 offenses: DeAndre Hopkins, Allen Robinson, Corey Coleman, Quincy Enunwa…

Do we just avoid them altogether, and settle for lesser options due to their offenses?

It depends.

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