Week 1 Rankings

The 2017 NFL season is finally here! The link for our week 1 rankings is below. These were done early in the week and no decision had yet to be made about the Tampa Bay-Miami game as a result of the expected issues with Hurricane Irma. These are the same rankings that we are using in our own lineup decision-making process. We included FantasyPros rankings in our rankings so that you have a comparison with one of the best-ranking systems out there. These are full-PPR rankings and can be used in all formats, though some players will obviously be slightly better suited in different formats. As usual, these rankings are not guaranteed because football results are not guaranteed.  Have fun with your lineups and good luck this week.

2017 NFL Rankings – Week 1

Trust the Process: NFL Week 17 Fantasy Preview

Where’s the NFL season gone?  Sadly, it is Week 17 which means teams are resting starters for the playoffs and other teams are trying out players for the future.  All 32 teams will be in action on Sunday for a full 16-game slate.  What follows are some thoughts to help you make the best decision for your fantasy rosters this week.  I play a balance of Head-to-Heads and Guaranteed Prize Pool Tourneys on DraftKings.  I have a lot of fun doing it.  Good luck to you this weekend.

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Trust the Process: NFL Week 16 Fantasy Preview

The NFL regular season only has two more weeks to it but that doesn’t mean week 16 is any less important.  A number of teams are still fighting for a playoff spot or home-field advantage. There are 1 game on Thursday night, 11 games on Saturday (Christmas Eve day), 3 games on Christmas Sunday and 1 game on Monday night.  Here are a few thoughts related to the main slate of games on Saturday.  As usual, have fun and use this information to make the best decision for you. 

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ESPN Fantasy Football – Semifinals Preview

Despite making a rookie mistake and not knowing the rules of the new league that I joined up with this year, My MICHIGAN GO BLUE team is still the top seed and has a semifinal matchup this week against a team that I have already beaten twice (currently the projected score is 153-138).  I didn’t know until the 11th round of the draft that passing TD’s = 6 points and that you play two quarterbacks each week … oops.  Come on Tyrod Taylor and Phillip Rivers.  I know, I can’t believe I am the top-seed either!  But I drafted Le’Veon Bell first and made some shrewd moves throughout the year.

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