By   John Ferguson

Each week we are going to be taking a look at a few players or situations that should be on your fantasy football watchlist. These players/situations will be a combination of a few things.

Some will be potential rising stars with low ownership percentages that could become hot names on the waiver wire in coming weeks that you can grab now. Some will be muddy situations we are hoping to shed some light on and get clarity in the coming weeks.

Other situations will be analyzing trends as the season goes on to determine what the most probable future outcome will be for a player’s value and if you should consider buying low, selling high, holding or dropping after the coming weeks performance. Here are our players to monitor for the Week 8 Watchlist:

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By   John Ferguson

Each week we will be looking at players whose value is looking to take a serious hit that you should consider selling on the trade market. It’s easy to get attached to players based on name value, but in a game determined by numbers, sometimes you need to read between the lines and realize when it’s time to jump ship and get the most out of your investment. Selling guys who are trending down can be a slippery slope where you may never be completely happy with your return, but sometimes you need to get what you can and call it a loss before there is no value left at all.

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By   John Ferguson

Each week we will be taking a look at some fantasy football players who underwhelmed in their previous weeks performances. These players offer great trade value as buy low targets. Swinging deals on the trade market is an art form that is intimidating for some fantasy players to utilize aggressively, but can be a difference maker for your lineups and provide you an advantage over your competitors. This will help you build a stacked team of reliable players instead of constantly chasing points on the waiver wire.

The concept entering trade negotiations is to strengthen a weak point on your team, offering up your depth at one position to satisfy the needs of another.

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By   Ernie Estrella

Welcome to Bruno Boys Ernie’s fantasy football week in review, a weekly installment where he summarizes the aftermath of the past Thursday and Sunday games, but more importantly makes 10 observations and their lasting fantasy impact.

Week 10 - 2017

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By   John Ferguson

Each week we are going to be taking a look at a few players or situations that should be on your fantasy football watchlist. These players/situations will be a combination of a few things.

Some will be potential rising stars with low ownership percentages that could become hot names on the waiver wire in coming weeks that you can grab now. Some will be muddy situations we are hoping to shed some light on and get clarity in the coming weeks.

Other situations will be analyzing trends as the season goes on to determine what the most probable future outcome will be for a player’s value and if you should consider buying low, selling high, holding or dropping after the coming weeks performance. Here are our players to monitor for the Week 8 Watchlist:

Read More


By   John Ferguson

Each week we will be looking at players whose value is looking to take a serious hit that you should consider selling on the trade market. It’s easy to get attached to players based on name value, but in a game determined by numbers, sometimes you need to read between the lines and realize when it’s time to jump ship and get the most out of your investment. Selling guys who are trending down can be a slippery slope where you may never be completely happy with your return, but sometimes you need to get what you can and call it a loss before there is no value left at all.

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By   John Ferguson

Each week we will be taking a look at some fantasy football players who underwhelmed in their previous weeks performances. These players offer great trade value as buy low targets. Swinging deals on the trade market is an art form that is intimidating for some fantasy players to utilize aggressively, but can be a difference maker for your lineups and provide you an advantage over your competitors. This will help you build a stacked team of reliable players instead of constantly chasing points on the waiver wire.

The concept entering trade negotiations is to strengthen a weak point on your team, offering up your depth at one position to satisfy the needs of another.

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By   Ernie Estrella

Welcome to Bruno Boys Ernie’s fantasy football week in review, a weekly installment where he summarizes the aftermath of the past Thursday and Sunday games, but more importantly makes 10 observations and their lasting fantasy impact.

Week 9 - 2017

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By   John Ferguson

Each week we are going to be taking a look at a few players or situations that should be on your fantasy football watchlist. These players/situations will be a combination of a few things.

Some will be potential rising stars with low ownership percentages that could become hot names on the waiver wire in coming weeks that you can grab now. Some will be muddy situations we are hoping to shed some light on and get clarity in the coming weeks.

Other situations will be analyzing trends as the season goes on to determine what the most probable future outcome will be for a player’s value and if you should consider buying low, selling high, holding or dropping after the coming weeks performance. Here are our players to monitor for the Week 8 Watchlist:

Read More


By   John Ferguson

Each week we will be taking a look at some fantasy football players who underwhelmed in their previous weeks performances. These players offer great trade value as buy low targets. Swinging deals on the trade market is an art form that is intimidating for some fantasy players to utilize aggressively, but can be a difference maker for your lineups and provide you an advantage over your competitors. This will help you build a stacked team of reliable players instead of constantly chasing points on the waiver wire.

The concept entering trade negotiations is to strengthen a weak point on your team, offering up your depth at one position to satisfy the needs of another.

Read More


By   John Ferguson

Each week we will be looking at players whose value is looking to take a serious hit that you should consider selling on the trade market. It’s easy to get attached to players based on name value, but in a game determined by numbers, sometimes you need to read between the lines and realize when it’s time to jump ship and get the most out of your investment. Selling guys who are trending down can be a slippery slope where you may never be completely happy with your return, but sometimes you need to get what you can and call it a loss before there is no value left at all.

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By   Ernie Estrella

Welcome to Bruno Boys Ernie’s fantasy football week in review, a weekly installment where he summarizes the aftermath of the past Thursday and Sunday games, but more importantly makes 10 observations and their lasting fantasy impact.

Week 8 - 2017

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By   John Ferguson

Each week we are going to be taking a look at a few players or situations that should be on your fantasy football watchlist. These players/situations will be a combination of a few things.

Some will be potential rising stars with low ownership percentages that could become hot names on the waiver wire in coming weeks that you can grab now. Some will be muddy situations we are hoping to shed some light on and get clarity in the coming weeks.

Other situations will be analyzing trends as the season goes on to determine what the most probable future outcome will be for a player’s value and if you should consider buying low, selling high, holding or dropping after the coming weeks performance. Here are our players to monitor for the Week 8 Watchlist:

Read More


By   John Ferguson

Each week we will be looking at players whose value is looking to take a serious hit that you should consider selling on the trade market. It’s easy to get attached to players based on name value, but in a game determined by numbers, sometimes you need to read between the lines and realize when it’s time to jump ship and get the most out of your investment. Selling guys who are trending down can be a slippery slope where you may never be completely happy with your return, but sometimes you need to get what you can and call it a loss before there is no value left at all.

Read More


By   John Ferguson

Each week we will be taking a look at some fantasy football players who underwhelmed in their previous weeks performances. These players offer great trade value as buy low targets. Swinging deals on the trade market is an art form that is intimidating for some fantasy players to utilize aggressively, but can be a difference maker for your lineups and provide you an advantage over your competitors. This will help you build a stacked team of reliable players instead of constantly chasing points on the waiver wire.

The concept entering trade negotiations is to strengthen a weak point on your team, offering up your depth at one position to satisfy the needs of another.

Read More

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