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We had our first Super Wild Card Weekend and not only was it super, but it was indeed wild. Every game, except maybe the Bears-Saints game, was full of action with plenty of storylines heading into and emerging from each game. Without a doubt, the game that captured the weekend was the Browns explosive rematch victory against their arch rival Pittsburgh Steelers who will watch the rest of the 2020 season stunned on their couches.
It’s here! We have a jam-packed weekend full of football with two triple-header days on Saturday and Sunday. The NFL has changed their playoff scheduling so we get even more football to enjoy. The Packers and the Chiefs are both on a bye, but we have plenty of heavy-hitting teams chomping at the bit to get into the next round of the playoffs. I review the games on both days and what we should expect from each matchup.
Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry is checking all the boxes in his campaign for the 2020 MVP nod, that includes eclipsing 2,000 rushing yards like he did in Week 17. I also review the first Super Wild Card Weekend triple header with three games on Saturday and another three on Sunday. Whether you’re in a playoff league or dipping your toes in DFS, we’re here with you through the playoffs.
Normally, the regular fantasy season ends on Week 16, but there are some leagues that play through Week 17. I don’t recommend it, mostly because we really don’t know who will be playing, resting, or even seeing a full four quarters of action. I review the matchups coming up this Sunday and take a look at which teams have the best opportunity to give you the best fantasy scores in Week 17.
For those select few leagues who play in Week 17, first, maybe look into changing that… second, we’re still here to help you make the best waiver wire decisions possible. Check out the Fantasy Footballers waiver wire episode to get Andy, Mike, and Jason’s take on who you should target and who you can drop to make room on your rosters.
We did it! We actually got through an entire fantasy football season! I recap the weekend’s games on Saturday and Sunday and who got you the coveted Championship Winner Trophy for the 2020 season.
I review the past history between and look at an overview of between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints Christmas Day matchup. Then, I preview the game and what it will take for each team to take home the win.
It’s Championship Week! I tackle five burning questions surrounding Week 16 like whether or not we should trust Drew Brees, who will be the starting QB for the Washington Football Team, and which DST should you stream to take home the championship title.
For most leagues, there is one last week of fantasy football and it’s the last chance to fill in any gaps on your team or replace injured players. Check out the Fantasy Footballers waiver wire episode to decide who you should target and who you can drop to make room on your roster.
I review the good and the bad during Sunday’s Week 15 matchups. Who helped you and hurt your chances to advance to the finals.
We made it to the semi-finals and the Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders kick our Week 15. I review Thursday night’s matchup and the fantasy studs and stinkers.
It’s the semi-finals in our fantasy season and it’s time to go big or go home. There are a lot of questions we will face heading into one of the biggest matchups of the season. What should you do about a disappointing Josh Jacobs who plays on Thursday night? Who can you stream on DST and QB? Can Terry McLaurin have a bounce-back after two weeks in a row of sub-par performances? I dive into these and more in this week’s editions of Five Burning Questions for the 2020 season.
The semi-finals are here and you may need some help with your team this week with injuries, matchups, and streaming options. Make sure you listen to the Fantasy Footballers 2020 Week 15 Waiver Wire episode to get Andy, Mike, and Jason’s take on all of these options, who you should target, and who you can drop to make room for your squad. Check out our other articles to make the best decision possible for your team and good luck in Week 15!
The first round of the playoffs are officially in the books and we had some surprising fantasy studs and stinkers that either helped or ruined your chances to advance to the next round. We still have the Browns-Ravens matchup on Monday night with plenty of fantasy pieces in our lineups, but let’s see how the weekend shook out and who we are happy with or done with for the season.
Thursday night football featured a Super Bowl rematch between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots. While both teams look dramatically different than they did in Super Bowl LIII, the bad blood is still there after the Rams embarrassing loss to the Patriots. I review the game and the fantasy impacts to start off our Week 14 quarter-final matchups for the playoffs.
The fantasy playoffs are finally here and it’s hard to believe considering we weren’t even sure we would have a 2020 season. I explore five questions we may have heading into the quarter-finals of the playoffs. What should we expect from the Eagles’ new starter, Jalen Hurts? Are there any startable options to give you a leg up on Thursday Night Football? Can we trust the Chargers to have fantasy-relevant pieces after a dismal game last week? I explore these questions and more in this week’s edition of Five Burning Questions for the 2020 season.
The quarter-finals are here and you may need some help with your team this week with injuries, matchups, and streaming options. Make sure you listen to the Fantasy Footballers 2020 Week 15 Waiver Wire episode to get Andy, Mike, and Jason’s take on all of these options, who you should target, and who you can drop to make room for your squad. Check out our other articles to make the best decision possible for your team and good luck in Week 14!
Is it just me, or does that pic beg for the caption… “You look really familiar, but I can’t remember your name, so I’m just going to fake smile”? It does to me, anyway.
Right, about me. I am a wife to my amazing husband, a stepmother of two, adamant sports fanatic, animal lover, small business owner, and writer. I graduated Magna cum Laude with a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Missouri but ended up starting my own business building websites. Go figure.
Ever since I was a little girl, I have had a love for writing. In fact, my mom still has my very first book I wrote when I was five. It was an epic tale about a rat named Steve who lived in a sewer and ate large mouth bass.
Oh, I love the outdoors as well, by the way. I guess that’s why Steve specifically ate large mouth bass. Love me some fishing. And golf. Basically anything active, unless it’s Sunday morning and I am hungover making food for Football Sunday. Then I’m not leaving my house and five TVs.
I started playing fantasy football in 2014 thanks to some excellent friends who got me hooked instantly. I combined my love of football with my passion for writing and …. well, here we are.
You can find my work on the award-winning Fantasy Footballers and at FantasyPros. I also appear sporadically on podcasts. Every Wednesday and Friday during the regular season I go Live on Twitter (@stepmomlauren) to discuss starts and sits for Thursday, Sunday, and Monday. I post those videos to YouTube so don’t forget subscribe to my YouTube channel and click on the bell for notifications!