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Authors Articles by Sam Sudderth '20

Sam Sudderth '20

Sam Sudderth '20
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The fantasy football playoffs have already arrived, whether you like it or not. For many, the crucial matchups of Week 13 determined playoff eligibility along with the strong and weak points of their teams. The fantasy playoffs bring a whole new change of scenery and a fresh start for each participant. Your record doesn't matter anymore, the main focus...
As the fantasy football playoffs begin to creep up, it's time to consider the current state of your team. There are three states that will be common among most teams in the average league: hopeless, hopeful, and dominating. In this article, I will be explaining what to do for each situation regarding roster shifts, players to pick up, and...
The past week has been an extremely busy time in the NFL. The trade deadline came on October 30th and many teams were able to squeeze in some last minute deals. Many trades opened the door for players to show their skill, while others shoved players deeper down the depth charts. Also, this week provided us with some much needed...
Starting last week, the fantasy football community has been buzzing over many points of interest. Although new injuries occurred in week 7, the main concern is many previous injuries have been worse than expected. This leaves some teams scrambling to fill holes in their roster. As the trade deadline slowly approaches, teams are beginning to figure out what they must...
In week 6, many players stepped up and showed they can be very strong and involved in their team. They either filled roles that many expected, or surprised us by outperforming their expectations. However, many players under performed last week, and for some this adds to a trend of under performing. Injury provided many players the opportunity to take...
Week 6 of the NFL came as a shock for some, and a pleasant surprise for others. Mark Ingram picked up where he left off in the Saints offense, Lesean McCoy had 24 carries, Jay Ajayi tore his ACL, and the Cardinals somehow won a game. All of these events and more had a significant fantasy impact for many,...
With the fifth week of football kicking off this Thursday night between the Patriots and the Colts, there are many players you should hope to snag or possibly drop before the start of the week. A big part of Week 5 is players returning to the field after serving 4 game suspensions. These players will hope to make an...
Week 3 provided a more accurate representation for how players will continue to perform, or not perform, throughout the rest of the season. It proved that many players can be consistent with their performances, and that others, despite what you may hope in terms of benefitting your team, are truly inconsistent players. Week 4 also brought upsets, a team's...

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