Fantasy semifinals give greater consequence to unexpected breakouts and duds from stars. Win, and you’re playing for a title. Lose, and it’s over.
WR Amari Cooper has caught 16 of 17 targets in the last two weeks, and the Eagles’ defense ranks 30th in points allowed to receivers.
There are a handful of games that could turn into free-for-alls, but there aren’t any locks for explosive fantasy numbers across the board.
This week looks to have less scoring potential than previous weeks. Playoff time is looming, and that makes this a make-or-break week for many teams.
Week 11 has strong potential. The Chiefs-Rams showdown Monday night is the desert after a Sunday main dish that has lots of high-scoring potential.
Outside of Todd Gurley and Alvin Kamara, most of the high-end backs need a wake-up call, and several should be able to answer in Week 4.
Mahomes’ historic start is the only reason that Fitzpatrick’s 699 yards and eight touchdowns aren’t the story of fantasy football.
Actors have the Golden Globes and Oscars. Musicians have the Grammys. Fantasy football players are stuck with Biro’s Heroes & Zeros.
Week 17 is usually a crapshoot, with several teams resting starters or coasting into the offseason. Typical “no-brainer” starters aren’t so obvious.
I don’t know if the NFL intentionally planned it this way, but scheduling Week 16 on Christmas weekend seems especially cruel.
It’s time for the Fantasy Football playoffs championships. Here’s Ladd Biro’s advice for the home stretch.
Here are Ladd Biro’s Fantasy Football picks to roll, and get rolled, in Week 15 of the 2017 season.
Losing one of your fantasy studs can be devastating to an owner’s playoff success.
It’s a great week to roll out Jameis Winston, Kenyan Drake, Samaje Perine for your playoffs lineup.
With all the injuries, trials and tribulations of this year, fantasy football can be a cruel mistress.