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Week 7 Fantasy Football Player Rankings and Analysis
Week seven has already kicked off with Thursday Night Football in the books, but not a whole lot of surprises came out of the week’s first game. The 49ers …Full Article
Week 7 Fantasy Football Debate: Felix Jones or Montario Hardesty?
Another Felix Jones era is about to begin in Dallas. He replaces DeMarco Murray this week, who suffered a ligament injury in week 6. Jones will fill in for …Full Article
Fantasy Football Week 7: Can You Trust Hakeem Nicks?
If you own New York Giants‘ wide receiver Hakeem Nicks in fantasy football you were undoubtedly elated that your WR1 was going to be back in your starting lineup. …Full Article
Fantasy Football Week 7: Versus Decision-Maker
Struggling with some last second calls in fantasy football in week seven? Not to fret, we’ve got you covered. These are specific lineup problems, but hopefully they help some …Full Article
Thursday Night Football: Seahawks vs. 49ers Fantasy Preview
First place in the NFC West will be on the line tonight, as the up and coming Seattle Seahawks head south to take on the San Francisco 49ers on …Full Article
Vick Ballard vs. William Powell: Who to Start in Week 7
You’re star running back is on bye. You have Trent Richardson and you’re playing the dreaded wait-and-see game. You are looking for an alternative on the waiver wire, or …Full Article
Week 7 Fantasy Football Targets and Touches Report
We’re back for the Week 6 edition of Targets and Touches, the most informative stat column in all of fantasy football. Last week, Reggie Wayne returned to his throne …Full Article
Fantasy Football’s Biggest Busts From Week 6
We’re back for the Week 6 edition of Fantasy Football’s Biggest Busts, and this week none of the ten players listed in my Week 5 edition found their way …Full Article
2013 NFL Draft: Who Wins The Race For Matt Barkley?
Elite quarterbacks are a rarity in today’s NFL. Actually, they were a rarity in every era the league has seen, really. Sure, you have your above average quarterbacks who …Full Article