Fantasy Smack Talk (FST) - Fantasy Sports Advice for Football, Baseball, and Basketball
After disappointing campaigns last season due to injury, poor play or both, here’s our list of top fantasy football bounce back candidates for 2014.
Making his first start since April 23, Michael Pineda was solid in his return and is a top waiver wire pickup heading into Week 20 of the MLB season.
Eddie Lacy’s combination of talent and every-down opportunity on one of most explosive offenses could make him the top fantasy running back in 2014.
Cam Newton headlines our list of fantasy studs you may want to avoid in the early rounds of your 2014 fantasy football draft.
Darren McFadden headlines our list of the most injury-prone players to draft with caution for the upcoming 2014 fantasy football season.
Coming off his second straight season with 90 plus catches and over 1,400 yards receiving, Demaryius Thomas is a top fantasy wide receiver in 2014.
With Joakim Soria gone, Neftali Feliz is back closing for the Rangers and is one of our top waiver wire pickups heading into Week 18 of the MLB season.
With the 2014 MLB trade deadline behind us, we recap the fantasy winners and losers of some of the biggest blockbuster deals.
Coming off his third consecutive season with over 5,000 yards passing, Drew Brees makes a strong case for the top fantasy quarterback in 2014.
Another year removed from his knee injury, Robert Griffin III is one of the top fantasy football bounce-back candidates for 2014.