Do you have a tough matchup in week 5 and need to find bunches of points from unexpected sources? The SFFS brings you our list of sleepers to start in week 5. These players are not obvious starts, tend to be cheaper in DFS play and/or are available on the waiver wire in a large majority of ESPN and Yahoo leagues.
Minnesota Vikings' rookie running back Dalvin Cook was off to a great start in 2017, amassing over 450 total yards of offense and two touchdowns. If you were lucky enough to draft Cook, you were probably feeling pretty good about your chances to advance to your fantasy league playoffs. Now, after Cook suffered a week 4 ACL-tear, you're probably in panic mode, sending out trade requests and scanning the waiver wire for a replacement. Here at the SFFS, we feel your pain and offer our advice in finding a suitable replacement(s).
So week three of the NFL regular season is in the books. If you’re not quite happy with the way your roster is shaking out, we have the top 5 players for you to target on your league’s waiver wire for week four.
Based on this week’s matchups and a player’s historical performance against their opponents, The SFFS’ crew projects which players to start on your roster or sit on your bench in Week 2.
So week one of the NFL regular season is in the books. If you’re not quite happy with the way your roster is shaking out, we have the top 5 players for you to target on your league’s waiver wire for week 2.
As I have been saying since late July, and even when Andrew Luck was taken off the PUP list at the beginning of this season, it is becoming more and more likely that Luck won't see live action until October. Ian Rapoport stated today on NFL GameDay Morning "The Colts and [Scott] Tolzien are preparing for an... Continue Reading →
Based on this week's matchups and a player's historical performance against their opponents, The SFFS' crew projects which players to start on your roster or sit on your bench in Week 1.
We've all been there. Sitting in camp chairs or developing bleacher-butt while watching floats, high school bands, and hot rods pass by on a sunny day for the local parade. Then it happens... Oh no... A rumbling, a flash, and then a down pouring of rain. Yup, everyone has had their "parade rained on" and... Continue Reading →
Before missing the Los Angeles Rams' third preseason game due to a minor groin injury, rookie wide receiver Cooper Kupp was already well on his way to becoming one of QB Jared Goff's favorite targets. Kupp, the 6'2" receiver out of Eastern Washington University exploded out of the gates in his first preseason action, hauling... Continue Reading →