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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Adam Pfeifer looks at three quaterbacks you should target in the late rounds of your 2015 fantasy football drafts.
XN Sports argues that C.J. Anderson should be the first running back taken in your 2015 fantasy football drafts.
Tyler Eifert, Travis Kelce, and Brandon Williams each look a lot like Top 3 tight ends and offer the highest upside at the lowest price in fantasy drafts.
XN Sports gives you a head start in your quarterback research for your 2QB fantasy football leagues.
Latching on to Manning’s pass catchers and running backs has time and again proven to be a viable way to absorb the quarterback’s statistical greatness like a greedy, stat-loving sponge.
The bulk of free agency moves have come and gone, and while the NFL Draft will have an outsized impact on fantasy football average draft position (ADP), C.D. Carter thinks now is a good time to see where you can find equity in the middle and late rounds of drafts.
The 2013 fantasy football season is at our doorstep, and one thing is certain: you need running backs. Check out any Mock Draft in any format and you’ll see 10-15 running backs gone in the first two rounds. Many self-congratulating fantasy owners will tell you not to worry, as it’s the later rounds of the