Posts in category "Fantasy Football"

Fantasy Football Breakdown: Buffalo Receiver Moves

Fantasy Football Breakdown: Buffalo Receiver Moves
Earlier this week we ranked the top quarterbacks for fantasy football in 2017. While we waited for a verdict on Ezekiel Elliott’s 2017 season from the NFL to continue our rankings, the Buffalo Bills decided to shake up the receiver rankings at the same time. On Monday, the Bills signed veteran Anquan Boldin. But the... Read more »

2017 Fantasy Football Rankings: Quarterback

2017 Fantasy Football Rankings: Quarterback
It’s August, which means it’s time to rank fantasy football players again. We’ll begin with our top 20 quarterbacks. For the sake of honesty, here’s a link back to our thoughts ahead of the 2016 NFL season. ELITE 1. Tom Brady, New England 2016: 3,544 yards, 28 touchdowns, 2 interceptions The Patriots won the Super... Read more »

2016 Fantasy Football Rankings: WR

2016 Fantasy Football Rankings: WR
ELITE 1. Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh – clearly the best receiver the league, playing in a system that’s perfect for his skills. 2. Dez Bryant, Dallas – Elliott at running back and a healthy Romo should help him take his game to another level. 3. Julio Jones, Atlanta – needs other pieces on the offense to... Read more »
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2016 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB

2016 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB
ELITE 1. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay – doesn’t make many mistakes and should have healthy receivers this year. 2. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh – great receivers, no Le’Veon Bell for the first three weeks. 3. Cam Newton, Carolina – had a good year in 2015 without his best receiver. He gets Kelvin Benjamin back this year. 4.... Read more »

Fantasy Football By Conference: Other

Fantasy Football By Conference: Other
Over the last week, we’ve been taking a look at the best fantasy football teams you might draft from only one college conference. We started by looking at the Big Ten‘s team, which had three excellent quarterbacks in Drew Brees, Tom Brady and Russell Wilson. Next, we saw an ACC team that was highlighted by... Read more »

Fantasy Football By Conference: SEC

Fantasy Football By Conference: SEC
The past four days here on the Daily Chicago Sports Tab, we’ve looked at a unique fantasy football format: drafting teams based on college conferences. In the series, we have already looked at four of the Big 5: the Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and ACC. In college football over the last 15 years or... Read more »
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Fantasy Football By Conference: Big 12

Fantasy Football By Conference: Big 12
We’ve spent the last three days putting together fantasy football rosters using players only from a single college conference on each team. So far, the Big Ten, ACC and Pac-12 have had their rosters outlined, and they look tough. But not many bring the backfield quality that the Big 12 has in its lineup. Here’s... Read more »

Fantasy Football By Conference: Pac-12

Fantasy Football By Conference: Pac-12
We’ve spent the last couple days looking at a fun approach to fantasy football: drafting players based on their college conferences. On Saturday, we looked at the Big Ten. Yesterday, we were in awe of the roster available from ACC universities. Now, let’s take a look at a roster made up of players from Pac-12... Read more »

Fantasy Football By Conference: ACC

Fantasy Football By Conference: ACC
Yesterday we started a fun series of fantasy football pieces looking at teams put together with players only from a single college conference. We started the series with the Big Ten, a roster featuring Tom Brady, Drew Brees, LeVeon Bell and Vernon Davis. Now, let’s look at a team from the ACC. I do have... Read more »
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Fantasy Football By Conference: B1G

Fantasy Football By Conference: B1G
Every year, I do a number of fantasy football leagues (full disclosure: my wife thinks I’m an addict – and is probably right). One league, however, always stands out as my favorite. It’s the least conventional and the smallest. There are only six guys in the league, and that’s the maximum we’ll ever have –... Read more »