The Spirited Fantasy Football Show's Crew provides their 2017 NFL Fantasy Football Draft guide. With in-depth analysis, rankings, fantasy advice and exclusive content not found on our website, we have all the info you need to dominate your league in 2017. Available in paperback now at Amazon.com Available in e-book format here at amazon.com
With NFL teams starting training camp and preseason games coming soon, the injuries are starting to stack up. Here's where we will list the injuries and transactions by position that will affect your upcoming fantasy draft *UPDATED 8/22/17 AT 6:15 am PST*
"As a prisoner for the Lord, then, I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received." - Ephesians 4:1 (NIV) From this short verse written by Paul from his "prison cell" we may falsely assume a couple of things: 1. Everyone has a calling/vocation. 2. For those who are in... Continue Reading →
The SFFS' crew breaks down how the suspension of Ezekiel Elliott will impact the fantasy value of the Dallas Cowboy running backs
Adam, Dave, and Matt all join together for The SFFS' first podcast! Listen in to hear what The SFFS is all about along with some fantasy football news updates, perspective on players sitting during the national anthem, a run down on a few good rookies, and encouraging scripture.
As there typically is no standard-setting in Individual Defensive Player (IDP) leagues, knowing your roster requirements and scoring settings is essential to a sound draft strategy. You will need to consider the value of tackles compared to other defensive scoring categories such as sacks, interceptions and passes-defensed. If your league requires you to draft defensive backs, we have your top 5 targets here:
Since Jay Cutler was picked up by the Miami Dolphins on a one-year $10 million deal after Ryan Tennehill's likely season ending knee injury, there has been a lot of crazy talk. For some reason Jay Cutler is now the new kid on the block and fantasy buzz is amuck with speculation that Jay Cutler is... Continue Reading →