RWi Week 5 – WR Touchdown Dependency Ratios

Fantasy Football WR TD Dependency Ratios Byron Lambert, Often times we are making tough decisions at the WR or Flex spot on our rosters. This tool is a great tie breaker. It tells you which guys have fantasy production that is most reliant on scoring a touchdown. Touchdowns are hardly predictable, so in a

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RWi Buy Low and Sell High on The Weekly Trade Exchange

Week 2 Hot Buys and Sells Byron Lambert, I’ll always refer to it. The economics of fantasy football. If you want to build a juggernaut; If you want to win. You should be going to market at least once a week. A transaction does not have to occur. Don’t make moves just to make

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Fantasy Analysis: Michael Turner is Criminally Undervalued

Fantasy Analysis: Michael Turner is Criminally Undervalued Byron Lambert, Agreed, it’s better to abandon a player one year too early than one year too late. It’s better to be on the cutting edge, finding the “next best thing” sooner than later. A lot of fantasy owners tend to hold on too long. It’s strange,

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Devin the Dude

Devin Hester won’t go away Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, The headline for this piece may be lost on those unfamiliar with the Houston underground hip-hop scene, but the sentiment remains. Devin Hester is the man in Chicago. Despite attempts by many football media outlets to discount him as a force to be reckoned with,

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Rainey Days Ahead?

Speedy rookie could make a splash Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, Photo Credit The rich just keep getting richer it seems. The loaded Pittsburgh Steelers just signed fifth round value pick Chris Rainey to a four year deal. The talented Rainey can do it all, serving time at tailback, receiver, and kick returner in his

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The Next Great Rams RB: Isaiah Pead

NFL Draft and Fantasy Football Coverage: Isaiah Pead Drafted by the St. Louis Rams