The 2022 NFL offseason has been wild. One could argue that this has been the craziest NFL offseason ever. Trades and free agent acquisitions have turned the AFC West into an arms race. Which teams are making the right deals? Let's dive into the wild, wild AFC West. Denver Broncos The Denver Broncos got the party started by acquiring Russell Wilson from Seattle, in exchange for their future, or so it seems. Denver traded away QB Drew Lock, TE Noah Fant, DL Shelby Harris, and draft capitol consisting of two first-round picks, two second-round picks and a fifth-round pick. That’s quite a haul for Wilson. Was it worth it? Los Angeles Chargers The Los Angeles Chargers acquired Khalil Mack from the Chicago Bears for
Tip Of The Week It’s the TOTW, and the biggest sporting event in the world can fill our pockets with some serious cash this week. The best thing about the Super Bowl is all the prop bets that are available for this game. Sure, there are the fun props like betting on the coin flip or the over/under for the National Anthem, but I prefer the bets that occur in the game. I like using the Sharp App for my betting references. It's a clean app that is also user-friendly. I love the return you get if Joe Burrow doesn’t throw an interception. It’s a bit risky, but Burrow had a span of six weeks without throwing a pic this season. Ja’Marr
By: Braeden Long Draft Kings and FanDuel have an implemented plan that draws the average player to play in DFS games with high hopes of getting rich. Sure, it’s more fun to watch sports when there’s money on the line, but how confident are you picking a perfect lineup to get dough? ThriveFantasy, unlike Draft Kings and FanDuel, is the perfect platform for the everyday fantasy player to place daily wagers confidently. Thrive doesn’t have nearly as many users as their competitors as of yet, so it’s much easier to win money. Don’t let fantasy platforms hook you in to enter massive contests with small bets ending in the rich getting richer. The DFS industry is projected to be a multibillion-dollar
Chris Sweet - Senior Fantasy Analyst Tight End can often be overlooked when drafting your fantasy team but getting consistent points out of your Tight End position can be the key to taking home the trophy at the end of the year. The Tight Ends will be ranked in tiers for this installment of you Sweet Fantasy. Tier 1 1. Travis Kelce - Chiefs 2. Rob Gronkowski - Patriots That's the first tier at least for this year. I prefer Kelce due to Gronkowski's injury issues over the years. If you draft either of these guys it is the equivalent of starting a WR1 or WR2 at your Tight End spot every week. It can be a huge advantage. Tier 2 3. Zach Ertz - Eagles I'm putting
Adam Wagner - Senior Analyst: The Wagner Wire The 2018 NFL season is upon us, so that means we need to be entrenched in as much fantasy football news as possible. This installment will cover the top 10 NFL running backs for fantasy football in 2018. The list was generated based on a points per reception (PPR) league format. #10 Leonard Fournette - JAX There were several questions regarding Leonard Fournette’s fitness and ability to catch the ball out of the backfield last season. In his rookie campaign Fournette toted the rock 268 times for 1,040 yards, crossing the goal line 9 times. He also caught 36 of his 48 targets from Blake Bortles, stacking up 302 yards receiving yards and one touchdown.