By   Marc Caviglia


Forget about it. We don’t care how good the defense is, or how good the matchup is, there are no sure bets to produce on a weekly basis. Year after year, fantasy football owners waste a middle round pick on a team defense and think they’ve got a steal, however more often than not the defense struggles throughout the season. Moral of the story: make sure to pay close attention to who we trust each week because there are no automatics when it comes to predicting defenses.

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By   Marc Caviglia


It is now year three of the 33-yard extra point for kickers and while some teams opted for more two-point conversions, the majority kicked the longer one-pointer. Because of this we didn’t see a huge decrease in fantasy points among kickers and the same ole guys sat atop the point leaders.

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By   Marc Caviglia


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant change at the tight end position. While the amount of “stars” at the position has fallen off, the depth has risen. Fantasy owners nowadays have a legitimate 10-12 guys at the tight end position that could produce on a regular basis.

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By   Marc Caviglia


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant rise in production from the wide receiver position. Nowadays, it’s a passing league and each team has two or three wideouts that have fantasy relevance on a weekly basis. With all the depth at the position, it makes ranking wide receivers a tall task weekly.

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By   Marc Caviglia


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant drop in production among the running back position. Gone are the days in which every NFL team has a bell cow running back that is guaranteed 20-plus touches weekly. Nowadays, it’s a passing league and fantasy football players are at an extreme disadvantage if they don’t get their hands on the top running backs.

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By   Marc Caviglia


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a rise in production at the quarterback position. Gone are the days in which fantasy football players are at an extreme disadvantage if they don’t get their hands on the top signal callers.

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By   Marc Caviglia


We’ve broken down all of our rankings for both standard scoring and PPR leagues by position, including our Flex rankings, but now to make things easier for you we are going to compile our rankings in one specific article. Whether it’s a STD or PPR league you can use this cheat sheet to check out our Week 1 rankings from Quarterback to Team Defense.

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By   Marc Caviglia


By doing an in-depth Flex ranking article each week we are trying to help fantasy owners make better decisions about which player or position to go with at the flex spot. Our flex rankings are based on standard scoring and combine the three most common flex-eligible positions, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends into a single ranking sheet.

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By   Marc Caviglia


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant change at the tight end position. While the amount of “stars” at the position has fallen off, the depth has risen. Fantasy owners nowadays have a legitimate 10-12 guys at the tight end position that could produce on a regular basis.

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By   John Ferguson


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant rise in production from the wide receiver position. Nowadays, it’s a passing league and each team has two or three wideouts that have fantasy relevance on a weekly basis. With all the depth at the position, it makes ranking wide receivers a tall task weekly.

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By   Marc Caviglia


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant drop in production among the running back position. Gone are the days in which every NFL team has a bell cow running back that is guaranteed 20-plus touches weekly. Nowadays, it’s a passing league and fantasy football players are at an extreme disadvantage if they don’t get their hands on the top running backs.

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By   Marc Caviglia


By doing an in-depth Flex ranking article each week we are trying to help fantasy owners make better decisions about which player or position to go with at the flex spot. Our flex rankings are based on standard scoring and combine the three most common flex-eligible positions, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends into a single ranking sheet.

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By   Marc Caviglia


Forget about it. We don’t care how good the defense is, or how good the matchup is, there are no sure bets to produce on a weekly basis. Year after year, fantasy football owners waste a middle round pick on a team defense and think they’ve got a steal, however more often than not the defense struggles throughout the season. Moral of the story: make sure to pay close attention to who we trust each week because there are no automatics when it comes to predicting defenses.

Read More


By   Marc Caviglia


It is now year three of the 33-yard extra point for kickers and while some teams opted for more two-point conversions, the majority kicked the longer one-pointer. Because of this we didn’t see a huge decrease in fantasy points among kickers and the same ole guys sat atop the point leaders.

Read More


By   Marc Caviglia


Take a quick look at the fantasy football landscape over the past 10 years and you will see a significant change at the tight end position. While the amount of “stars” at the position has fallen off, the depth has risen. Fantasy owners nowadays have a legitimate 10-12 guys at the tight end position that could produce on a regular basis.

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