The SFFS brings you five players whose fantasy stock was helped the most by the 2018 NFL Draft.
2017 was chock full of big-name stars and fantasy contributors who suffered season-ending injuries. We bring you a list of those players who are looking to bounce back and contribute for your squad in 2018.
Our goal here at the SFFS is to provide you with the best fantasy advice and analysis we can, so we'll now take a look back at our 2017 forecasts and predictions to see how we did.
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.
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 →
We are eight months since Andrew Luck's right shoulder surgery and the waters are still cloudy about his recovery. Most recently the Colt's head coach, Chuck Pagano, said within the last week that they don't have a timeline for return. You don't have to have a medical degree to know that doesn't sound good. Many analysts... Continue Reading →
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 8/26/17 AT 8:59 am PST*
We are going on seven months since Andrew Luck's right shoulder surgery and he still isn't throwing... and he seems tired of being asked about it. What does one make of this? Is he a top five caliber QB still like some are saying? Or is his injury going to inhibit his play or even his... Continue Reading →