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2011 Week 12 Fantasy Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em

By on November 24, 2011 at 11:16am
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Gobble Gobble.  This is the Turkey Day version of Start ‘em Sit’em.  For those of you out there (me included) who had their fantasy dreams crushed when the news broke of Fred Jackson being sidelined for the rest of the year,  there is still hope.  Do not give up yet, there are plenty of players out there to help you win.  At least I hope so.  So here is your recommendations with all the fixins. Continue reading 2011 Week 12 Fantasy Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em »

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Should Jordan Reed be a must-start tight end? (Bruce Hemmelgarn/USA Today Sports)

With not many players on bye this week, there are plenty of match ups to take advantage of in Week 8. There isn’t much time to get back into the playoff race, so don’t tinker too much.

Start ‘Em

Ryan Tannehill (vs. Jacksonville): The Jaguars have a weak secondary and Tannehill should be able to throw the ball a ton against this team. Expect at least a couple touchdowns for the Dolphin. Continue reading Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 8 »

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photo courtesy of Bleacher Report

Greetings millionaires! The Redraft King hopes that you consider donating a portion of your winnings from week 7 to a charity of your choice. Because if you followed my advice last week you probably vanquished all of your fantasy enemies and are now doing the backstroke through mountains of gold coins. So it is with great cheer and self-admiration (with one exception) I review my week 7 advice.

Week 7 Recap:

My prediction that Colin Kapernick and the 49ers would be in a hole against the Broncos was correct, but he was woefully unable to dig his team out. Alex Smith’s 15.7 fantasy points was almost exactly in line with his average fantasy points per game so far this season (15.8).

Continue reading Redraft King: Week 8 2014 Advice »

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Jonathan Drouin (Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

Your first weekly matchup of fantasy hockey likely wrapped up over the weekend and hopefully you managed to get out of it with a win. If not, don’t sweat it. It’s a long season and there’s still plenty of hockey to be played. At this point, we don’t really put too much stock into hot starts or cold starts with the players in the league.

However, this doesn’t mean that we should ignore the players’ performances thus far, either. Every year, we see players get off to hot starts. Some cool down, whereas others just don’t let up all season and it’s the managers who snagged them early that reap the benefits.

Here’s a list of players worth taking a look at if you need some help on your roster. And let’s be honest, who doesn’t?

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TJ Brodie – D - Calgary

There’s a reason Brodie just signed a 5 year extension with his team. He’s been in the league for years, but is now starting to put up points at an elite level. He’s quickly surpassing Giordano and Wideman as the best offensive threat on Calgary’s blue-line. With 7 points already, 3 of them on the power play, go ahead and see if he’s still on your waiver wire. He should’t be.

Sami Vatanen – D - Anaheim

We all thought Cam Fowler would be the one to blossom into an offensive weapon, but Vatanen has taken on that role run with it. He had a fantastic Olympics last in 2012 and is becoming a star in southern California. He’s got 5 points already and will keep it up as long as he’s got weapons like Getzlaf and Perry in front of him. Continue reading Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Adds; Weekly Mailbag »

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Drew Brees could struggle against a tough Lions defense in Week 7. (Getty Images)

It is nearly the halfway point for the fantasy football in most leagues which means your playoff fate might already be set if your team got off to a tough start. Whether your team is 1-5 or 2-4, you still have a chance to get back to .500 over the next few weeks.

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Tom Brady (vs. New York Jets): With Stevan Ridley out for the season, the New England Patriots will need to rely on Brady and the passing game more the rest of the way. With a Thursday night matchup at home, Brady will have a field day with this secondary to tear it up for the third straight week. Continue reading Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 7 »

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Redraft King: Week 7 2014 Advice

October 16, 2014 at 5:38pm in Fantasy, Featured, Opinion
photo courtesy of www.standingosports.com

I was pretty happy with the results of my week 6 predictions. Hopefully you followed along and reached the weekly redraft promised land. Without further ado:

Week 6 Recap:

Jay Cutler scored 25 points and continued his high levels of production and consistency. With a juicy 113 passer rating Brian Hoyer led his team to victory, but did not have a great fantasy day due to the dominance of the Browns running game. Blake Bortles did not help the Jags win as I pontificated, but he had a great fantasy day especially for his low cost. Continue reading Redraft King: Week 7 2014 Advice »

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Brian Hoyer could be a top-10 QB in Week 6. (Clevelandleader.com)

With Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints along with the Jamaal Charles and the Kansas City Chiefs also on bye, Week 6 will show just exactly how your team performs without a couple super stars. Here are some players you can add or start to get through the next week.

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Brian Hoyer (vs. Pittsburgh): Hoyer showed just how valuable he can be with a strong performance in a 25-point comeback against the Tennessee Titans. The Steelers have not really faced any top quarterbacks, but Hoyer could be a solid option with Brees out as a bye-week replacement. Continue reading Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 6 »

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Redraft King: Week 6 2014 Advice

October 9, 2014 at 2:15pm in Fantasy, Opinion
Jay Cutler can tell his team to calm down: the Bears won't plunge in the rankings because of his broken thumb. (Photo courtesy of Yahoo Sports)

Unfortunately for this column I have set the precedent of reviewing my advice from the prior week. I wish I hadn’t. But I did. Here it goes.

Week 5 Recap:

Why didn’t I promote Austin Davis, Branden Oliver, Kendall Wright or Tim Wright! My week 5 advice didn’t happen to highlight those relatively obscure players who lit up fantasy scoreboards last week. I’ll take my lumps and continue to forge ahead seeking out players who have high upside and comparatively low cost. If you want to see the full carnage just check out last week’s column for yourself.  Continue reading Redraft King: Week 6 2014 Advice »

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