The Fantasy Football Experts

Sleeper Six Pack: RB

Sleeper Six Pack: RB

Aug 8, 2012

Donald Brown After failing to impress as Joseph Addai‘s backup and his occasional replacement in the starting lineup due to injury, Brown now heads into a pivotal season. Taken in the first round of the 2009 draft, Brown is only 25 years old and facing little competition from a mediocre but crowded Indy backfield. Brown is a bit undersized but feels very...

Sleeper Six Pack: WR

Sleeper Six Pack: WR

Aug 3, 2012

Titus Young The Lions offense needs a legit No. 2 receiver and veteran Nate Burleson, who’s about to turn 31, is not getting the job done. Meanwhile, the second rounder from Boise State posted 607 yards and six touchdowns on 48 catches in his rookie campaign. With so many fragile running backs and Matthew Stafford gunning the ball Young has an opportunity to...

Fantasy Football 2012: How Important Is My Draft?

Fantasy Football 2012: How Important Is My Draft?

Jun 29, 2012

One of the beautiful things about fantasy football is the diversity of types of fantasy football leagues.  There are single-season leagues, redraft leagues, keeper leagues, and dynasty leagues. Some leagues start the season with a serpentine draft, while others use an auction process. League sizes, roster regulations, and scoring settings among leagues vary...

Using Multiple Simulations to Identify Replacement Players

Using Multiple Simulations to Identify Replacement Players

Jun 28, 2012

In a head-to-head fantasy football league, an owner’s objective is to earn as many wins during the regular season in order to improve positioning within a tournament bracket.  In some leagues, teams can earn playoff byes, automatically moving them a step closer to the championship. So when an owner is considering which player to acquire—either during the...