Posts Tagged ‘Larry Fitzgerald’

2012 Fantasy Football Preview – Part VI: Wide Receivers

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

Of course Calvin Johnson is number one for 2012.

While some of us are already picking out our teams for playoff fantasy football games, there is no better time than now than to start thinking about next year. The 2012 fantasy football rankings began last week, with a look at running backs, and continued to discuss quarterbacks. Now we’ll look at receivers, a position that seems much deeper than last year, yet there are a lot fewer guys you can trust. Everyone is inconsistent so I want a couple good ones that I can play each week. I want two top wideouts in 2012, and I’m willing to spend valuable auction dollars to get them. (more…)

Deeper Minings: A Closer Look at Ravens-Cardinals

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Anquan Boldin caught everything in sight on Sunday.

Two years ago, Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin were teammates. They made up the best receiver tandem in the NFL. Both were easily number one options in fantasy football. Since parting ways, the two have had what were in their terms, off-years. This Sunday they clashed when Fitzgerald brought the Cardinals to Boldin’s new home in Baltimore. (more…)

2011 Fantasy Football: First Quarter Review-Wide Receivers

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

After six touchdowns in three games, Calvin Johnson is the best wide reciver in fantasy football.

Shockingly, four games have already been played. That’s a quarter of the 2011 fantasy season. Most of the guys that will top the lists at the end of the year should have made their presence felt. So let’s take a look at the current top ten wide receivers and see if there are opportunities for smart fantasy owners to make a move, either by jettisoning a player before his numbers drop off, or by acquiring a big target that can help win a championship. (more…)

Fantasy Football – 2011 Auction Draft Strategy Tips

Thursday, August 18th, 2011
Ray Rice

Is Ray Rice worth 30% of your budget? Yes, but you won't need to spend that much.

Once upon a time in what must feel like a galaxy far, far away, a fantasy football auction draft was a thing only witnessed by the most dedicated of fantasy players. Requiring everyone in to come together at the same time, in the same place meant missing weddings, skipping out on birthday celebrations, and likely a great deal of travel time. Now, with so many fantasy sites making the organization of an auction draft simple, there are far too many people who have no idea what they’re doing participating in fantasy football auction drafts. Meaning once you master these auction tips, winning will be the easy part.