Sweet Fantasy – 69 Things from Week 4

Chris Sweet - Senior Fantasy Analyst: The Wagner Wire We are a quarter of the way through the NFL Season. Here are 69 things, thoughts, facts, and anecdotes from Week 4. Le'veon Bell's preseason is officially over. I'm still worried about Ben Roethlisberger. Martavis Bryant has been open a lot. Juju Smith-Schuster is playing more snaps. He could be in for a decent workload this week with Brown and Bryant seeing Ramsey and Bouye. Alex Collins needs to stop fumbling because he looks like the Ravens best runner by a lot. Joe Flacco earned his contract but it's hard to watch him play football right now. The Bengals Offense has looked much better since Bill Lazor took over. Joe Mixon can't

Sweet Fantasy – 69 Things about Week 3

Chris Sweet - Senior Fantasy Analyst: The Wagner Wire It's time again for a 69 pack of thoughts, musings, facts, and anecdotes from your Sweet Fantasy. The Patriots D is going to force Tom Brady to throw a lot this year. Brandin Cooks showed what kind of an impact he can have last week. He is still going to be frustrating to own week to week. Deshaun Watson is going to have some big fantasy weeks in this league. Is it just me or does D'onta Foreman already look like the best RB on the Texans? Jared Goff and the Rams offense looked amazing against the 49ers. If they can have a similar game against the Cowboys it will be time

Sweet Fantasy – DFS Value Picks: Week 4

    Chris Sweet: Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst - The Wagner Wire   Welcome back TWW Nation! We've made it through 3 weeks of crazy fantasy football action. Hopefully most of you are still doing well after the insane week we just had. I know most of you probably don't want me to bring him up but I'm gonna talk about one of my misses from last week. Nick Foles or He who shall not be named by The Wagner Wire staff. I bring him up because I had him in a lot of lineups last week, and guess what?  I cashed in all of those lineups because I was able to use the money I saved on QB for a pricey threesome of

Just The Tip – Moving On…

DZ: Fantasy Football Analyst - The Wagner Wire What's up Degenerates, Well we are 3 weeks into the NFL season and teams are starting to take shape. Most likely not all of your draft picks are panning out the way you had hoped! Plain and simple, it may be time to Move On....? Mike Wallace/Vikings Let's see....after a promising few years in Pittsburgh, Wallace took the cash and headed to Miami. A few years went by and they sent him packing to a polar opposite....Minnesota. His lack of production and notable attitude was overlooked by the Vikes and well.....same result. Same Mike Wallace production just in a different temperature. A WR getting #1 money being out played by many #3 WRs in all FF

Ravens at Steelers: NFL Thursday Night Football Special

  Chris Sweet: Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst - The Wagner Wire   Good Morning my fellow Fantasy Football freaks. Just like that Week 4 is here with a tilt between two teams that have no love lost for each other. The Steelers losing Ben Roethlisberger for a month or more hurts the fantasy value of this contest a bit but we're still going to try and find some value in here for everybody in their season long and daily leagues. Now I mentioned last week that if you are playing a Thursday contest on DraftKings the guys from this game will be heavily owned generally so a lot of time you will find value in fading this game completely. For you season long players

The Big 3 DFS Show – NFL Week 4 Preview for DraftKings, FantasyDraft, and FanDuel

  Adam Wagner: Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst - The Wagner Wire   https://youtu.be/bjCw5zllm5Q Al Walsh, Adam Wagner and Nicky Rodriguez break down Week 4 of the NFL slate. After a God-like performance on Monday Night Football, Aaron Rodgers has a juicy matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, but will it be competitive long enough for him to pay off on his value? Plus, opposing tight ends have been destroying the Detroit Lions' defense all year - does this mean Jimmy Graham is line for a big game? DFS Players Conference