I can answer any questions about fantasy football in standard and keeper leagues. I can give advise on start em/sit em, trades and waiver wire. I can help with drafts and player rankings.
I have won the Superbowl five out of the last eight years in my 12 team league in fantasy football.
I teach fantasy football 101 at a local sports bar and am a graduate of Columbia College in Chicago.
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I can't answer your question without knowing who your RB's and WR's are. Aaron Rodgers is the go to guy, but he is up against a good Seattle defense and bad weather conditions. I don't know who else
To win a tournament you have to do a lot of homework and be able to pick players that are not just the superstars because anyone can pick those players. You need to find that diamond in the rough that
First I would start Bortles at QB. I Have him in a league and he has been putting up good numbers and has been hot lately. Carr might struggle against a good Green Bay defense and Taylor is too inconsistent
Hey Blake, Stacking a player is risky in fantasy. If you stack the right ones you do great, but if you don't then you are done. It's too hit and miss and I would spread it out to give yourself a better
Hey Aaron, With the Reed vs. Matthews choice, I think you are safer going with a WR in Matthews. Reed has been consistent, but the Philly offense is starting to get it's act together and that means