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Fantasy football: The kids are alright

As an Indianapolis Colts fan, it was brutal to watch even one millisecond of the game on Sunday night against the New Orleans Saints. However, from a fantasy perspective, I was giddy, as some of the Saints put up monster numbers against my favorite team. In week seven, there were many quarterback changes that resulted

Fantasy football: Watch your offense

Here is an unreal statistic that reflects the craziness of the NFL season: There have been 10 quarterbacks who have had a 400-yard passing game so far this season after only five weeks. The current record for an entire season stands at 13 quarterbacks reaching a 400-yard game. If you own a pass-heavy QB, it

Fantasy football: Rookies emerge in week 3

The NFL is so hit or miss, it is hard to consistently and accurately predict who will perform well. My predictions are educated guesses at best. I highly advise you come up with your own predictions, but if you are a sofa king and too lazy to do your own research, go ahead and use

RotoDawg: Injury bug bites stars

Millions of fantasy football team owners might just have seen their seasons crash and burn due to injuries Sunday. Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is out for the year with a torn ACL. If you had him, you are now facing an uphill battle on scale with trying to beat Joey Chestnut in

RotoDawg: Week 1 player watch

The season is almost here! Tomorrow the defending champion Green Bay Packers take on the Saints from New Orleans. This game matches up two contenders to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Last year the Packers did just that in winning it all while the Saints flamed out and lost to the Seahawks in

RotoDawg Week 2: Value Picks

While I sit here in the midst of my keeper league fantasy draft, I wish there was an easier path to victory—something as simple as an Avada Kedavra spell mouthed from the lips of Lord Voldemort. Alas, it never is that easy. Fantasy football is all about capitalizing on value.  Essentially, fantasy football is economics—there

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