We begin our divisional fantasy football previews on The GetSportsInfo Podcast with a deep dive into the NFC South in Episode 94. I welcome in “The Big Chee” Chris Cichon, host of Fantasy Insiders on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio, to break it all down.
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The NFL Draft was filled with some intriguing fantasy football prospects with some instant contributors at each position.
The 2019 NFL season props have arrived and it is leading to some interesting debate. In our latest look at some of these early lines will look at which teams oddmakers are projecting to be the worst and worst in the year ahead.
It’s officially the fantasy football offseason, if there is such a thing. This time of the year mostly only the diehards are thinking about fantasy football. But it is the perfect time of the year to be thinking about starting a new league. Here are some tips to consider.
One of the best ways to get ready for the fantasy football season ahead is by doing “best ball” drafts during the offseason. In Episode 93 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast I’ll look at some basic strategies and concepts to know about this growing format and offer up some players to target.
The NFL draft is over and if you haven’t started at least some mock drafts yet for the 2019 fantasy football season, you are already behind. Sign up now to play in our GetSportsInfo MFL10.
Win totals are a great indicator of a teams outlook, but winning your own division has always been the easiest path to the postseason. In fact, 2 teams the last 6 seasons have made the playoffs by going .500 or worse.
The NFL Draft is over and mini-camps have arrived. Now is a great time for an update of our fantasy football rankings.
The NFL Draft is in the books and while this year’s class may lack a large number of players that will make an immediate fantasy splash, the class will definitely have a fantasy impact.