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Fantasy Football Week 1 Waiver Wire

With Week 1 essentially in the books, it's time to scour the waiver wire and grab the players who will make an impact this season, but haven't been owned yet for various reasons. Thanks to injuries to Dez Bryant, Andre Ellington and TY Hilton, a few players have emerged sooner than

David Wright’s Return from Injury

No one knew what to expect out of David Wright after missing the majority of his season due to spinal stenosis. In his rehab games, he never delivered an extra base hit. His first plate appearance with the New York Mets, however, flashed signs of vintage Wright, catapulting a ball deep into

Fantasy Football Value Plays

Everyone knows which players are worth grabbing early on, but there's plenty of athletes in fantasy football drafts that are overlooked and represent great value based on their average draft position. Finding value is incredibly important when assembling a deep team, some guys may look like great pickups in the first few

Buying Carr Insurance

If there’s one offense to keep a close eye on this season it’s… drum role please… The Rrraaiders (Chris Berman Voice). Yeah that’s right, you read that correctly. And for fantasy football players Derek Carr is a BUY this year. Believe it or not, Oakland is in a unique position to do a

Foster Care

Who here reading this isn’t going to be glued to Hard Knocks this year? Anyone?...ANYONE?!? I thought so. And to those who said “me” in their heads while reading that please get the hell off my website. Tis the season for football, my friends, and with it comes yet another exciting rendition of

Your Guide to the Fantasy Baseball Trade Deadline

Now that the trade deadline has come and gone, the fantasy trade deadline is just a couple of weeks away in many leagues. Now there are those who stopped paying attention or those who have had rough seasons and therefore have lost interest, this doesn't concern them. This is for

2015 Fantasy Football Rankings and Tips

Top 10 Overall: 1. Eddie Lacy (GB) 2. Antonio Brown (PIT) 3. Arian Foster (HOU) 4. Dez Bryant (DAL) 5. Jordy Nelson (GB) 6. Odell Beckham Jr. (NYG) 7. Andrew Luck (IND) 8. Jamaal Charles (KC) 9. Demarco Murray (PHI) 10. Marshawn Lynch (SEA) Eddie Lacy is the easy #1 running back, and may even be the best bet to take first overall.

Chicago Cubs Promote Kyle Schwarber

Miguel Montero is supposed to be out for six weeks. Thankfully for the Chicago Cubs, they have a blue chip prospect whose bat is major league ready in Kyle Schwarber. Schwarber in his cup of coffee DH'ing did an excellent job at the plate. In six games, he contributed 1 HR,

Impending Promotions for Jon Gray and Aaron Nola

It sounds like Jon Gray and Aaron Nola will be brought up to the major leagues sometime after the All Star break. Gray is a member of the Colorado Rockies system and Nola is a Philadelphia Phillies prospect. Both are young pitchers who are highly regarded by their teams and scouts.

Patrick Corbin Returning from Tommy John

If your fantasy baseball team is desperate for starting pitching, it might be a decent idea to gamble on Patrick Corbin returning from Tommy John surgery. The 25 year old lefty was on the verge of a promising career before tearing his UCL. In 2013, he went 14-8 in 208.1 innings