2014 Fantasy Baseball

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2014 Fantasy Baseball Week 23 Waiver Wire: 3 to Catch, 3 to Cut, 3 to Keep

In the Week 23 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re running with Jordan Schafer, moving on from Joe Kelly, and settling in with Travis d’Arnaud. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues. This isn’t one of them. Here, we’ll run […]

2014 Fantasy Baseball

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2014 Fantasy Baseball: Breakout Player of the Year– Shortstops

As the calendar flips to September we notice two things in fantasy baseball. First, most full season fantasy leagues are moving into the playoff portion of their seasons. By definition, this will eliminate most teams. So, in parlance, most fantasy owners are ready to go fishing. This brings us to the second thing we notice […]

2014 Fantasy Football

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2014 Fantasy Football: Top Ten Running Backs

1. LeSean McCoy McCoy should be this year’s first-overall pick. He is a perfect fit in Chip Kelly’s up-tempo offense. Last season Shady won the rushing title by 268 yards. Over the past three seasons, McCoy is second in fantasy points only to Adrian Peterson. He had well over 350 touches last … [Read More]

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2014 Fantasy Football Gold Mine: Fantasy Draft Edition

The sun is beginning to set on the 2014 preseason and many teams are quietly beginning to trim their rosters and send their unwanted players out to pasture. But as the NFL teams start cutting down to the final 53-man roster, fantasy football players are gearing up to put their rosters … [Read More]

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2014 Fantasy Football: Streaming Defensive Backs in Your IDP Leagues

I'm sure you've been told time and time again that you can draft defensive backs late and you don't have to reach for a stud.  You've probably heard the saying from twitter when fantasy football enthusiasts tell you to stream team defenses and even test your luck and stream quarterbacks (depending … [Read More]

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2014 Fantasy Football Team Preview: The Detroit Lions

Note: This piece was originally written on July 15th by Andrew Miller and is one of many unique pieces that can be found in our 2014 fantasy football draft guide. None of this information has been updated since it was originally published. Detroit took several steps to improving its football team … [Read More]

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2014 Fantasy Football: Potential Wide Receiver Busts To Avoid In Your Drafts

The definition of a sleeper or a bust has drastically changed over the years. Access to the Internet — and instant news feeds such as Twitter — have ultimately provided equal access to relevant cutting edge information to all fantasy football enthusiasts. The following list of names may guide you … [Read More]

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2014 Fantasy Football: TheFantasyFix.com Podcast with Ryan Noonan

Ryan Noonan (@RyNoonan) hosts while usual host Brett Talley (@TheRealTAL) takes a turn letting someone else ask the questions. The guys go through their fantasy football rankings and discuss some guys they have different opinions on and some guys they agree on but differ in opinion with the expert … [Read More]

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2014 Fantasy Football: Top Ten Quarterbacks

1. Peyton Manning Last season Manning threw for 5,477 yards, 55 TDs and just 10 interceptions. Need I say more? He also just happens to have the No. 2 ranked fantasy WR (ADP 8.4) Demaryius Thomas and the No. 3 ranked TE (ADP 28.97) Julius Thomas. They are complimented by one of the most … [Read More]


2014 Fantasy Football: The Receiver to Own in St. Louis

There are a ton of questions surrounding the St. Louis Rams receiving corps. With a bunch of unproven receivers, who is the guy to own? Most will say Tavon Austin. Despite a disappointing rookie campaign, he is currently being drafted as the No. 43 WR (ADP 112.29). In this case, most people would be … [Read More]

2014 Fantasy Baseball

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2014 Fantasy Baseball: Week 23 Two-Start Pitchers and Streamers

There are several two-start pitchers who qualify for the streaming portion of this article. For sake of brevity I’ll only cover them in the top portion of the article, but you should definitely pick up any of the two-starters you want to stream. If you have any questions about these starters, other pitchers or general […]

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2014 Fantasy Baseball Daily Fix Podcast: September 1, 2014

Below is a podcast with me discussing daily fantasy strategy for the day. It’s only about six and a half minutes long. I discuss the starting pitchers with the highest projected point totals and the ones who are the best value for their price. I also discuss which teams are the best to use for […]

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2014 Fantasy Baseball: Brad Boxberger, The Next Great Reliever?

Relievers don’t garner much interest unless they occupy the closer role. It’s just the way it is. As we know, though, closers – and bullpens in general – change on a whim. So, this week, I’ve spent a lot of time planning for next year, or at least thinking about it. In Tuesday’s Rookie Report, […]

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2014 Fantasy Baseball Daily Fix Podcast: August 29, 2014

Below is a podcast with me discussing daily fantasy strategy for the day. It’s only about 12 minutes long. I discuss why you should stop paying attention to matchups when picking starting pitchers. I also discuss which teams are the best to use for stacking hitters from the same lineup. You can also find the […]


2014 Fantasy Baseball Daily Fix: August 27th

Welcome to another edition of the daily fix. This week represents the last week of what we might call normal baseball. After August 31st, rosters will expand to as many as forty and trades will no longer happen for most contenders. More importantly for most of you, football season will commence and many fans will […]

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2014 Fantasy Baseball: The Rookie Report, August 26

Today’s report will be the last one for a little while. I’ll likely do a recap once the season ends, but I’ll be taking a quick break. Before that happens, though, let’s review once again, complete with plenty of Javier Baez talk.

2014-2015 Fantasy Basketball

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Fantasy Basketball 2014-15: Industry Mock Draft Review and Expert Insight

Who says it’s too early to draft for fantasy basketball? Recently, I gathered eleven well respected fantasy hoops writers to join me in an early off-season mock draft. It’s always interesting to see how player values change from the middle of the off-season to closer to the season’s start. Here you’re not only going to […]

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2014-15 Fantasy Basketball: How the Pacers Are Different Without Paul George

Let me start by saying that it truly pains me to even have to write this article due to the circumstances. Who would have thought that the play in the picture to the left would end as horrifically as it did. It’s a play we see every game, a simple contested fast break layup and then snap. […]

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Fantasy Basketball 2014-15: Offseason Signings and Analysis

This offseason has been eclipsed by the LeBron James decision to return home to rejoin the Cleveland Cavaliers and Carmelo Anthony taking a tour of the league but in the end deciding to stay where his family was most comfortable and he could also get the most straight cash homie, New York, and lastly the Kevin […]

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Fantasy Hockey Daily Fix, April 13th

Its Sunday and it’s the last night of the year for regular season NHL action! Many goaltenders are sitting this one out, and we have some of them confirmed for you so far. The number one game to target will be Calgary @ Vancouver  Karri Ramo gets the start in net and he’s reasonably priced across the […]


Fantasy Hockey Daily Fix, Thursday March 10th

Its a big night in the NHL, the last big one of the year for Daily Fantasy. It’s a tricky one too, because tons of teams are resting their starters. For example, John Curry will be starting in net for the Minnesota Wild. Um, who? Yeah, I have no idea who the heck that is either. It’s details […]