FantasySP / ALL / Headlineshttps://www.fantasysp.comFantasySP / ALL / HeadlinesCopyright 2017<![CDATA[Week 7 Running Backs to Target]]>Week 6 ended with a few big surprises and quite a few major injuries that teams will have to deal with. All running backs mentioned this week will be below 50% ownership, but may have been mentioned before.

New additions are guys like Chris Ivory and Orleans Darkwa makes another appearance.

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<![CDATA[What the Adrian Peterson trade means for the Cardinals backfield]]>In shocking news, the New Orleans Saints have traded Adrian Peterson, first reported by Dianna Russini, to the Arizona Cardinals.

Peterson was doing absolutely nothing on the Saints with coach Sean Payton basically giving up on him after such high praise was said during the pre-season and training camp.

]]>, 10 Oct 2017 12:36:14 EDT
<![CDATA[Top 7 RB Waiver Wire Adds for Week 6]]>This week the running back situations on many teams got a bit more muddied and new guys have emerged into the scene. You'll also remember some old faces (hello again Jerick McKinnon).

Before we get into new waiver adds for this week, it's important to first mention guys that you HAVE to own in all formats including: Aaron Jones, Andre Ellington, and Alvin Kamara.

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<![CDATA[Top Waiver Wire Receivers Week 6]]>After a gruesome Week 5 for wide receivers, Week 6 brings plenty of new pick ups to the table. The New York Giants will probably be the team with the most pick-up potential. With Odell Beckham and Brandon Marshall out for the season, now is the time to grab a new receiver.

Roger Lewis, New York Giants | 1% OWN

]]>, 10 Oct 2017 12:08:45 EDT
<![CDATA[Draft Genius, the Fantasy Basketball Draft Tool]]>Fantasy basketball draft season is in full swing and the start of the season is just weeks away. The excitement is building and the pressure is mounting to draft a solid team.

Did you remember all those moves in the off-season? Probably not, but fear not, we are here to help with the Fantasy Basketball Draft Genius.

]]>, 06 Oct 2017 14:49:11 EDT
<![CDATA[Top Waiver Wire Adds for Week 5]]>Week 4 turned out to be a rough week for running backs with a few significant injuries. The most obvious waiver add for Week 5 will be Latavius Murray, but there are plenty more players to target this week, so let's get right to it.

Top waivers this week starts at the quarterback position with the breakout star, Deshaun Watson.

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<![CDATA[Wendell Smallwood RB, Week 4 Waiver Target]]>The Philadelphia Eagles managed to squeak out a win against the New York Giants on Sunday with a final score of 27 to 24. However, the Eagles also suffered a significant injury in the backfield, which is why Smallwood will be a key piece moving forward.

Wendell Smallwood led the team in rushing yards with 71 on 12 carries. He also added one catch for 9 yards in the air.

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<![CDATA[Amari Cooper will play in Week 3]]>After being limited in practice all week, Amari Cooper has been officially removed from the injury report as of today. This means that there is a great chance that Cooper plays in Week 3.

Fantasy owners should feel confident to keep them in their lineups for Week 3. So far this season, Cooper has been so-so tallying 9 catches for 95 yards and one touchdown. Week 2 Cooper only had 5 targets and 4 receptions compared to 13 targets and 5 receptions in Week 1.

]]>, 22 Sep 2017 15:40:40 EDT
<![CDATA[Jordan Howard will play in Week 3, but we trust Cohen]]>The Chiacago Bears have removed Jordan Howard from the injury report according to Chris Emma. This means that Howard will likely play in Week 3 due to the new terms of injury reports.

Last week Howard had his arm in a sling, followed up by limited practices leading up until today. Friday is the first day he has practiced in full and will be the lead back on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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<![CDATA[Top 4 Waiver Wire Wide Receivers for Week 3]]>There are plenty of choices out there to help deepen your bench for receivers or use them as injury replacements. This list starts off with J.J. Nelson and has a few surprises along the way.

1. J.J. Nelson, Arizona Cardinals | 37% OWN

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<![CDATA[Top 4 Waiver Wire Running backs for Week 3]]>Reliable running backs have become increasingly more difficult to come by, and Week 2 was no exception. The top 3 waiver wire running backs for this week are led by Samaje Perine and D'Onta Foreman.

The order in which these are shown is the order you should put in your waiver wire requests.

]]>, 19 Sep 2017 12:28:39 EDT
<![CDATA[Busting Common Myths Vol. 2: Ty Montgomery Can't Handle a Bell Cow Workload]]>One of my fondest childhood memories is watching the show MythBusters. On it, 5 expert scientists come together to test common myths such as the spinning bullet myth, the myth that falling on water from a significant height hurts worse than falling on concrete from the same height, and many others for truth.

In the spirit of this show, I am starting a series of pieces testing common fantasy football beliefs for accuracy. Remember, in this series, we don't just tell the myths, we put them to the test!

]]>, 15 Sep 2017 12:02:49 EDT
<![CDATA[Top 3 Waiver Wire Running Backs for Week 2]]>Week 1 had plenty of surprises, some good and some included losing David Johnson for 8 to 12 weeks. Fear not, we have you covered in this weeks top 3 fantasy running backs to target to help fill the void or strengthen your bench.

The following running backs are in the order of where you should prioritize a pickup for Week 2.

]]>, 12 Sep 2017 16:19:28 EDT
<![CDATA[Antonio Brown has huge week]]>Antonio Brown was drafted 3rd in most fantasy leagues and he proved why his ADP is so high on Sunday. Brown hauled in 11 catches on 11 targets for 182 yards and no touchdowns. The only thing missing is of course a touchdown to complete a monster week.

The Pittsburgh Steelers started off slow offensively and barely escaped Sunday with a victory over the Cleveland Browns. In fact, Brown was the lone offensive player who did much of anything for the Steelers.

]]>, 10 Sep 2017 16:35:44 EDT
<![CDATA[Leonard Fournette ready for tough challenge against Texans]]>Leonard Fournette and the Jacksonville Jaguars have a very tough match-up in Week 1 against the Houston Texans. Despite the tough match-up, Fournette should be starting in all formats and will likely get 15+ touches in the contest.

The workload should be there all season for Forunette, but with a match-up this tough I would expect Fournette to be a low end RB1 or high-end RB2. We have him projected to get 15 touches and 74 total yards.

]]>, 09 Sep 2017 17:51:33 EDT