The first week of the fantasy playoffs is here (for the majority of leagues, anyway), and there are already quite a few difficult decisions to make for fantasy team managers. Who can fill in for Gronkowski now that he'll be suspended for a week? What do you do with a QB that has a bad defensive match-up? I hope to answer some of these with a no-nonsense ranking of most, if not all, of the players that you'll need to choose from for this week's upcoming football festivities. Recommended plays include: Matt Ryan, Jamaal Williams, Frank Gore, C.J. Anderson, Michael Crabtree, Jamison Crowder, and Stephen Anderson. Pay particularly close attention to that last one, because the tight end position has been pretty flat except for a few bright spots this year and he's been thrust into a good opportunity going forward.
For Fantasy Football team managers, playing in week 15 is all about making the right starts to get to the championship. Whether you fought hard to get into the playoffs from the bottom of the league or coasted into a bye spot early on, everyone is on an even playing field and (in most cases) only has one shot.
We'll be paying special attention to the players that you should and shouldn't start in week 15 and what matchups to keep in mind should you make the championship game in Week 16. We're joined by regular guest and drinkfive.com contributor Mike Mocerino.
Welcome back! We're joined this week by fantasy football veteran Matt Ellis to discuss the best starts moving forward into Week 13. This is the last week of the regular season of most fantasy football leagues, so put your best foot forward!
Peterman completed 6-of-14 passes for 66 yards with five interceptions. Wow, Buffalo. Nice work. In this episode, we'll be touching on the Bills' and NFL fantasy players going forward as well as the other highs and lows of Week 11 and what they mean to your fantasy squad.