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Are We Witnessing a Quarterback Renaissance in Fantasy Football?

Are We Witnessing a Quarterback Renaissance in Fantasy Football?

On Thursday, Week 3 will kick off for the NFL and this means it’s a third opportunity for you to find success with your fantasy teams. Sometimes that’s easier said than done but so far this year, there appears to be one trusty weapon for any team: the quarterback. In Week 1, there were 20

Are the Atlanta Falcons the Most Complete Fantasy Football Team?

After their 13-3 season in 2012, the Atlanta Falcons seemed ready to make a solid postseason run. They made it to NFC Championship Game but we all know how it ended. As they kicked off the 2013 season on Sunday, they lost 23-17 to their NFC South division foe, the New Orleans Saints. The season

Fantasy Football Players On the Rise in Preseason Action

For many NFL players, preseason games can make or break their futures for an upcoming season. Some will improve while others will fall. For fantasy football fans, players with better-than-expected preseasons will find their fantasy values on the rise. Here’s a look at some players to include in this category for 2013. Michael Vick (QB

Top 5 Bengals Players Set to Make a Fantasy Impact in 2013

On Thursday, the 2013 NFL season will kick off. By now most of us have selected our fantasy football teams but should you still need to do so, one team that has a wealth of fantasy players is the Cincinnati Bengals. They have their eye on winning the AFC North this year and extending their

UCF Offered College Course in Fantasy Football Writing and Rhetoric

As many of us are preparing for the upcoming NFL regular season, there’s always a new crop of fantasy football writers and participants. Many will learn on the job and from others but for a select few, they’ll learn the old-fashioned way: taking a course in fantasy football writing and rhetoric. Yes at UCF, they

Fantasy Football 2013 Bust Candidates

Just as it is important to find good fantasy sleepers (RB & WR), it’s also key to keep your eyes out for potential fantasy bust candidates. Whether it’s an injury, an unexpected performance in preseason games or a coaching change, some players may initially be at the top of your drafts but in the end,

Fantasy Football’s Wide Receiver Sleeper Picks

With the start of NFL training camps, fantasy football owners will keep their eyes on potential players for their fantasy teams. Along with top players, these owners will also need to find value picks that come later in the draft. These sleeper players, which are not ones who will be starters, can give a team’s

Ranking Top Ten Fantasy Football Defenses of 2013

Picking a defense for a fantasy NFL team often ends up as an afterthought after quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs take center stage. Defenses can be unreliable on a weekly basis as they can vacillate depending on the opposing offense. Many of this year’s top 10 defenses will look familiar but some teams have

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