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.
Even Chris Carson could not have imagined how his rookie year would unfold. Drafted in the 7th round to a team with, by most accounts, zero spots at the RB position available on the roster. Not only did Carson manage to find a roster spot, but it only took him two games to secure the... Continue Reading →
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).
Do you have a tough matchup in week 4 and need to find bunches of points from unexpected sources? The SFFS brings you our list of sleepers to start in week 4. 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.