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FOOTBALL. IS. BACK. For sports and fantasy fans alike, this is better than Christmas morning. With the Fantasy Forecast team having used the last 6 months to upgrade the website and gear up for the Fantasy Football season, we have been able to include weekly rankings tables this season! Below are Week 1’s player rankings courtesy of our NFL department.
Draft season is almost behind us and before we know it, the football season will be too, BUT let’s sit back and relish in the fact that FOOTBALL. IS. BACK! Man it feels great, and myself and the rest of the Forecast team couldn’t be more excited for our favorite time of year.
NFL is less than three weeks away and we’ve got a TON of content in the works to help you get prepared for your drafts and DFS strategies. We’ve been fielding questions on Twitter to get a better gauge on what content you guys want to read and I recently got a request at work to release my 2017 Rookie Rankings. So without further ado, this article goes out to two people; Tom Lacombe, the best Milwaukee Bucks mentor out there, and Zack Fahey, the worst iPhone 8-ball player in…
What’s going on guys! It’s been a while since I’ve been able to get an article out. We’ve been putting a ton of work in with our cheat sheets and preparing for the 2017 NFL season so I hope you’re all as excited as we are.
This is the debut edition of Joe and Ben’s MLB DFS Weekend Forecast Podcast. The Weekend Forecast is meant to be a weekly podcast breaking down the Saturday slate in MLB DFS while the Lineup Logic crew is away tending to their real lives, not their fantasy lives.
With Corey Kluber on the mound tonight, bats becoming tougher to fit. Even with that being the case – I have one stack that sticks out more than any other tonight. The Orioles are being implied to score over 6 runs tonight and I am all over it. They get a Gas Can in Austin Bibens-Dirkx who has an 8.8% swinging strike rate (very low) and righties have struck out against him at an 18 percent rate while they have walked at a 4 percent rate. Here is where this…