Fantasy Football Writers

Marcella Surra

Marcella Surra

Fantasy Football Draft: Valuable Late-Round Running Backs

RB Trent Richardson In 2012, everyone had high expectations for Richardsons rookie year in Cleveland and he didnt disappoint. With 950 rushing yards, 367 receiving yards, 11 rushing TDs, 1 passing TD, and 51 receptions, it looked as if Richardson was well on his way to stardom. The following seaso Full Story

Drafting a Tight End

One of the hardest positions to fill in fantasy football is the tight end position. Outside of New Orleans TE Jimmy Graham, from season to season, it is almost impossible to guess which NFL tight ends will put up consistent fantasy numbers. Moreover, deciding which round to draft a tight end is espe Full Story

Fantasy Football Draft: Valuable Late-Round Quarterbacks

QB Matt Ryan In 2011 and 2012, QB Matt Ryan averaged 4,448 passing yards and 30 TDs. The following season, fantasy football owners expected even better numbers from Ryan with the return of all-pro TE Tony Gonzalez and a lightning-fast WR Julio Jones. However, Ryan lost top WR Julio Jones in Week 5 Full Story

Fantasy Football Draft: Valuable Late-Round Wide Receivers

WR Sammy Watkins Being drafted fourth overall by the Buffalo Bills in the 2014 NFL draft was a dream come true for rookie WR Sammy Watkins. In interview before the 2014 NFL Draft, Watkins said that his favorite football team, as a child, was the Buffalo Bills. Now, not only is he on his favorite t Full Story

Number 1 Fantasy Draft Pick: LeSean McCoy or Jamaal Charles?

Number 1 Fantasy Draft Pick: LeSean McCoy or Jamaal Charles? Decisions, decisions! Who to pick first if you get the number-one draft-pick in your fantasy football draft? In most leagues, Eagles RB LeSean McCoy and Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles are at the top of the ranks. However, they're both great Full Story

Drafting Jimmy Graham in the First Round

Without question, Jimmy Graham is the highest point-producing tight end in the NFL. Most fantasy football experts will tell you it is never a good idea to draft a tight end in the first round, and typically, that is the right answer for a broad audience. Yet, year after year, fantasy football owners Full Story

Big NFL Draft Question Marks for Fantasy Football 2014

The NFL Draft never fails to produce a multitude of questions, predictions, and surprise. This year, the Jacksonville Jaguars get the third pick in the first round. Will they draft a quarterback, running back, or neither? What about Houston? Are they really going to keep QB Case Keenum as their star Full Story

Moving up the Depth Chart in 2014

Last season, Rashad Jennings played second fiddle to Raiders RB Darren McFadden. Lucky for him, McFaddens injury-riddled season meant a lot more playing time for Jennings and an opportunity to showcase his abilities and consistency. Its no wonder the Giants noticed him. At the age of 29, after years Full Story

Winning Fantasy Football

There are several things you need to understand and do to become a fantasy football champion. First, you need to do your homework. Before your draft, look at the teams depth charts and find out which players are starters and which ones are back-ups. Find out if those starters are aging or injury-pro Full Story

Injury Prone Players 2014

Football is a beloved game. NFL ratings seemingly increase year after year and why shouldnt they? Football is an exciting game. However, it is also dangerous. Its dangerous for the players, who astonish us with their remarkable feats of talent and physical ability, and its also dangerous for fantasy Full Story

What Does The Combine Tell Us About Fantasy Football Potential?

Every February at Lucas Oil Stadium, players are invited to test their physical and mental abilities in front of NFL coaches, general managers, and scouts at the NFL Scouting Combine. As a result in the rising popularity of Fantasy Football, more and more attention is drawn to the NFL Draft as well Full Story