It's nice to have a stud running back like Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens or an elite wide receiver such as Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions on your fantasy football team. However, as often as not, it's not your first-round picks that win fantasy football leagues. Instead, it's the middle-round draft picks that come from nowhere to post big numbers. Finding one of those "sleeper" players is the sort of lottery ticket that can turn a contending fantasy football squad into a championship team.
Prior to a string of arrests, former Lions wide receiver Titus Young admitted to one of his old teammates he needed help. Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch said he was on the same flight from Miami to Detroit as Young recently, and Y... Read Post
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson has been listed as "active" for today's game against the New York Giants, but should you start him? If the Lions were playing any other team in the league, I would say "go for it," but the ... Read Post
In fantasy football, it's often not the early picks that make or break a team or season. You expect Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice to rush for 1,200 yards, just as you plan for Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers to throw th... Read Post