July 2016

Fantasy Football: Flexible Drafting, Zero RB, and General Strategy

Lately one style of selecting players has become supremely popular in fantasy football drafts across America, and that is the Zero RB strategy. While it is a viable approach, one should not have any specific concrete rules to drafting their fantasy football teams. Drafting a quality season long team is all about value and drafting […]

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Fantasy Football: You’re Drafting the Wrong Allen in Jacksonville

The Jacksonville Jaguars passed on 65.02% of their plays last season, 2nd most in the league. Despite their perception, and possible reality, as an inept team in terms of actually winning games, they are a team that provides plenty of fantasy goodness, especially in the receiving department. This is evident as they supported two of

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Fantasy Baseball Week 17 Podcast

Nick Rodriguez (@NRodriguezDFS) and special guest, Wade Bergeron (@dads500) , talk waiver wire pickups, MLB news , trade rumors and buy-high/ sell-low candidates in this weeks fantasy baseball podcast! http://traffic.libsyn.com/fantasywire/Project_2_-_72616_1.07_AM.mp3 Photo Credit: Arturo Pardavila III, Flickr, C.C. 2.0 https://www.flickr.com/photos/apardavila/26332345931

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The Preacher and The Pardoner: The 2016 Chicago Cubs’ First Half

Old School vs New School clash as XN Sports contributor Felipe Melecio has a conversation with The Reverend Robert Holliday as they attempt to explain the first half of the Chicago Cubs’ season and look over a select few players. The former will use stats for his evaluations, while the latter uses the “eye test”

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