A handy guide on who to play for Week Two of Daily Fantasy Football.
Way back in May, the White Sox were amidst a semi-average stretch of baseball and sitting at 14-15, just a game below the elusive .500 mark that at the time seemed reachable and maybe, for some, even sustainable. While the Sox sat at 14-15, manager Ricky Renteria was giving a pre-game interview as he normally
The Bears QB1 handled today’s press conference about as well as he handled the Packers defense in week one.
Maybe your fantasy team is not who you thought they were after week one. There is no need to panic as we have you covered with some players you could add to revamp your roster and load up for your week two matchup.
Nico! Nico! Nico! The chants rang through Petco Park on Monday night as the Cubs played the San Diego Padres, and for good reason… the rookie was sensational.
The Blackhawks 2019 third overall pick exited this morning’s seventh-place game at the Traverse City Prospect Tournament after taking a big hit along the boards during the first period.
Now that the dust has settled from the Antonio Brown saga, what kind of fantasy impact will it have on him and the rest of the Patriots?
With injuries to Bobby Roundtree and Marquez Beason before the season even started, Illinois needed a defensive playmaker to step up, and Oluwole Betiku Jr. has done just that.
Fans have waited all season for the Cubs to flip the switch and run away with the division, but its not going to happen.
Sources say that Cubs’ number one prospect, shortstop Nico Hoerner, is being recalled by the Cubs.