Fantasy Clicks: Pack wins for losing
Monday night was a perfect example of how a good, real-life 20-17 game can be a fantasy football wet blanket. The Bears gladly accepted a gift-wrapped win by the Packers (thanks in part to 18 penalties) becoming only the second-most improbable 3-0 team in the NFL east of Kansas City.
But it was fantasy owners of the Packers' passing game who were the main winners, with most of Green Bay's central players coming through in one form or another, despite the weirdly defensive-dominant theme. So far MNF is 3-for-3 in odd, non-fantasy point producing nights, which have been great for owners playing against teams with players left, but bad for owners down to the last bullet while staring at scoreboard deficits.
And for those who owned
Speculating is always fun and nothing beats rummaging through the waiver wire with the chance to turn trash into treasure. Here are some names on the radar for this week's transaction day that could pay off down the road.
It was as if San Francisco's firing of offensive coordinator
In any event, the promotion of
In lieu of renaming this after the missing Carolina backfield, the Jets'