Week 4 is the last week before the dreaded bye weeks hit our fantasy teams. I feel that there are enough guys on the waiver wire worth streaming if you get into a pickle. There are a lot of timeshares that you could get lucky and pick a guy who ends up in the end zone.
There were plenty of upsets last week, so it made for an interesting fantasy week. Players like QB Case Keenum, WR Sterling Shepard and RB Chris Thompson were near the top of the scoring leaders in Week 3.
Will the backfield logjam in Washington, Seattle and Baltimore get straightened out this weekend?
Will the Jaguars bring their offense back from London or will that luggage item be lost against the Jets?
Here is our Fantasy Football Sit/Start for Week 4 of the 2017 NFL season.
I hit on some really nice suggestions last week. I was one of the few people out there to scream the praises of Los Angeles Rams WR Cooper Kupp. He was a stud at Eastern Washington and brought his tight routes and sticky hands to the NFL.
I hope Mr. Kupp enjoys my amazing awkward MS Paint sKiLLz.
Did the sleepers you drafted pay off Week 1? Did you already dump those guys?
Who will takeover for injured Arizona RB David Johnson and Jacksonville WR Allen Robinson?
We help navigate the many decisions you need to make going into the second week of fantasy football.
Here is our Fantasy Football Sit/Start for Week 2 of the 2017 NFL season.
This is the favorite time of year for most fantasy sports players. Fantasy football draft day has become a tradition like Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day. Okay, not that huge, but for many people it is true.
Remember those sleepers you took in the last few rounds of your fantasy football draft or may have spent a buck or two on late in your auction? You will most likely know more about those guys after Week 1.
You normally never have to deal with bye weeks during Week 1, but due to Hurricane Irma, the Miami/Tampa Bay game is postponed until November. Your sleepers may come into play this week if you were planning on starting any Miami or Tampa Bay players.
Which guys will be a bust in Week 1?
Here is our Fantasy Football Sit/Start for Week 1 of the 2017 NFL season.
The Kansas City Chiefs went the entire 2014 season without throwing a touchdown pass to a wide receiver. Yes, that actually happened in a year in which the NFL saw an increase in passing yards across the board. Alex Smith threw 18 touchdowns, but they were all to tight ends, running backs and fullbacks. I doubt that feat will ever be duplicated again.
The Chiefs have looked great under head coach Andy Reid. He put in his West Coast offense and Alex Smith is the perfect quarterback for it. He runs well and doesn’t have to throw the ball 25 yards ever time he drops back. It also helps to have Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles lining up behind you.
Here is the 2015 NFL team preview for the Kansas City Chiefs.