Waiver Strategy

Posted: September 20, 2017 in News, Opinion, Analysis
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The following is a partial list of players on whom I placed a waiver claim followed the percentage of leagues in which he is owned. Read the rest of this entry »

Well, it’s credit taking time.  With most players having two weeks under their belts, they are starting create an impression of what their season will look like and with that, the boom vs bust conversations will also start to materialize.  Here are my latest revelations: 
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All the leaves are brown.  And the sky is grey.  Actually there are no clouds whatsoever when it comes the forecast that is my fantasy football projections.  Between the Fantasy Football Draft Matrix® and The Most Accurate Projections in the Business®, no wonder I made the finals in 11 out of 22 leagues last year. Read the rest of this entry »

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50% of my teams make the finals every year.  And in leagues in leagues where only 1 out 10 teams wins the championship, I more than DOUBLE that rate, as 25% of my teams win it all.  I use my own projections– the most accurate in the business– and utilize my Fantasy Football Draft Matrix to select my players.  See the training video below:

Video  —  Posted: September 10, 2017 in News, Opinion, Analysis

Sam Bradford is inactive this week.  Not that you were starting him. Wait, were you?

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Here are the majors storylines going into week 2, along with my thorough one-sentence analyses:

  • Sam Bradford has been ruled inactive.
    • A last minute change of status will certainly have owners scrambling, not that he’d be starting in many leagues.
  • Bengals fired offensive coordination Ken Zampeze.
    • The offense was offensive, wasn’t it?
  • Odell Beckham is continuing to improve but could continue to ruled out for another three weeks.
    • This is a tricky situation because he is not playing until Monday night, but the prospects of him paying this week are poor.
  • Danny Amendola is out Sunday with a concussion and a knee injury.
    • Too bad, as he was certainly going to benefit from the Julian Edelman injury.
  • WR John Brown is out Sunday with a quad injury.
    • Too bad, as he was certainly going to benefit from being John Brown.
  • Jarvis Landry is questionable this week.
    • Remember, Miami’s first game was rescheduled, so the is no game performance to get a feel for what Landry has to offer if he plays.
  • Jacoby Brissett will start for the Colts at QB.
    • I have Andrew Luck on my bench and will continue to retain his services until his timetable for retuning is a little more definitive.
  • Danny Woodhead was placed on IR.
    • Not that I endorsed drafting him to begin with…

Don’t Draft David Johnson. Read the rest of this entry »

So you drafted David Johnson 1st overall and now he’s done until December.  You opponent started Kareem Hunt, who he drafted in the 7th round.  It could be worse. Read the rest of this entry »

2017 Week 1 Projections

Posted: September 10, 2017 in Projections

Okay, guys and gals.  Keep in mind, Hurricane Irma has caused the cancelation of the Dolphins vs Buccaneers game.  (*** = questionable). Here they are: the most accurate fantasy football projections in the business.  Dig in. Read the rest of this entry »

I have over 20 drafts under my belt (with more to come), and I thought I’d share my thoughts.  Some of the draft trends I’ve encountered are complete head-scratchers.  Don’t make these mistakes…

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