The NFL is notoriously unpredictable, and there is no way to tell who will win a game. After all, gambling is primarily based on chance and luck. For a beginner, getting into the NFL might be a bit of a challenge because it appears that you have to step up your game in terms of research to increase the chances of willing.
With the help of fellow fantasy owners since the 2019 season we’ve raised over $17,000 through our #DoGoodFantasy efforts to date to support DAV (Disabled American Veterans), who helps over 1 million veterans and their families each year in life-changing ways through its free programs and services through a variety of fantasy football leagues and events.
Two of my favorite things are sports and movies. I love both so much. The best things is when you mix them together! Sports movies, and there have have definitely been some classics.
The Kentucky Derby is a “bucket list” item that everybody should experience at least once during their life. Here are five reasons why you should make the big trip to Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May.
The first Saturday of May has arrived and that means it’s Kentucky Derby Day. It should be a very exciting two minutes of action as 20 horses take to the track for the 148th Run for the Roses.
Are you having a Derby party? Here are some essentials you need to made aware of and some tips on how to make the event the most enjoyable for your guests. Continue reading
The 2022 NFL Draft is in the book. Dan Clasgens and James Adams recap some of the highlights, including big trades that had a huge fantasy impact, plus take a stab at determining the biggest winners and losers in Episode 29 of the Fantistics Insider Football Podcast.
Dan Clasgens and James Adams kick off Season 2 of the Fantistics Insider Football Podcast by welcoming in John Laub, the Gridiron Scholar, to preview the 2022 NFL Draft and talk about the fantasy impact facing some veterans.
The last time the Bengals played in the AFC Championship game it was in January of 1989. It’s hard to believe that it has been over 30 years since San Francisco knocked off Cincinnati to win Super Bowl XXIII. Lost in one of the greatest comebacks in Super Bowl history was just how good the 1988 Bengals were as a football team.