Adam Wagner - Fantasy Sports Analyst: The Wagner Wire Its time for Round 2 of the fantasy football draft. Remember to draft according to the settings of the league that you're participating in. Kevin Epstein and I discussed scarcity on my last show and how it relates to fantasy football. Please don't become a victim of taking a QB in the 1st or 2nd Rds. If your league is a 2-QB league, then perhaps a QB in the 1st or 2nd Rd is warranted, but you will have your shot at Rivers in late rounds. Get the premium running backs and wide receiver while they are still on the draft board. This mock draft was constructed using a format of (1) QB
Adam Wagner - Fantasy Sports Analyst: The Wagner Wire Whats good, people?! Its that time of year again. The NFL season is just about here. The gridiron gladiators will once again entertain us each week as we rely on their elite performance so that we can reign as fantasy football champions for one more year. The Wagner Wire is happy to get you started off in the right direction with a mock draft for our fantasy football kick-off. These projections are based off a 12-manager league format, with a points per reception (PPR) rankings system, and are optimized to reflect the current trends and rules of the NFL. With the NFL enforcing rules that benefit wide receivers and
Adam Wagner - Fantasy Sports Analyst: The Wagner Wire Well DFS Champs, we've been grinding it out in fantasy football this year. Its December, we're in week fourteen the NFL, which means the season-long playoffs have begun. Next year join the TWW staff in season-long fantasy football on Maximum Fantasy Sports. This month is one of the best months for sports. The NFL starts to mold its playoff contenders as the path to advance gets grittier and each game more crucial than the week before. Then you have Christmas!!!! Yes, Christmas with kids opening up their gifts and pulling you away from the Christmas Day games. The games that you've been waiting to watch on your brand new tv, because you're
Degenerates, Hello again and welcome back for another big week in FF. Looks like Peyton acquired a dynamic tight end. Is Davis the key ingredient that completes the recipe? This week let's take a look at a few players that may spark your interest for Week 9. Heath Miller/TE/Steelers Here you have a average FF TE. This week could prove to be a little more lucrative though? With Big Ben back under center last week, Miller, led the team with 10 catches for 105 yards! This week Oakland is at Pittsburgh. The Raiders are currently the worst team in the NFL at defending the TE position. They have given up 7 TDS and almost 12 yards per catch. You may wanna give Heeeaaath a
DZ - Fantasy Sports Analyst: The Wagner Wire My fellow DFS Degenerates - Ouch, DAGGER, and WTF?! If you said any of those things after week 2, chances are that you lost a significant player to injury. Take a look at these players as a solid replacement to fill your void Dion Lewis-RB/Patriots Even with Blount returning from suspension, that couldn't slow down Lewis' FF production. Whether it's rushing or receiving Lewis has been getting his touches. He totaled 100+ yards including 6 receptions in week 2. Look for him to be the lead running at least for a few more weeks. Not to mention....he is playing against the Jags this week. Travis Benjamin-WR/Browns Here is a cheaper version of Mike Wallace. Maybe more productive too?