It’s not fall without football! With the official arrival of the fall season, we welcome the cool air, chili dinners and weekly football matchups to cheer on our favorite teams.
If week 1 didn’t go as planned in your fantasy football league, here are just a few tips that could help you improve your lineup as we head into week 2!
The wait is finally over – the professional football season kicks off tonight! This also marks the start of Fantasy Football, a fun social experience that brings people together over some friendly competition.
As fantasy football players enter week 5 of the football season, many are scrambling to fill gaps left in their roster due to injuries and bye weeks.
To help you decide who to start and who to sit this week, Brandon Bowers, PT, DPT provides the following tips in our weekly Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report.
Player injuries are starting to have an impact on fantasy football teams as we head into week 3 of the 2020 football season. While minor injuries may require a substitute for a couple of weeks, serious injuries can leave fantasy players searching for a permanent replacement.
If you were disappointed in the performance of your fantasy football team in week 1 of the 2020 season, we have some tips that could help you improve your lineup ahead of week 2!
Week 1 of the professional football season starts tonight, which means Fantasy Football players need to finalize their starting lineups before kickoff.
If you were disappointed in the performance of your fantasy football team in week 1 of the 2019 season, we have some tips that could help you improve your lineup ahead of week 2.
Athletico’s Brandon Bowers, PT, DPT, is highlighting notable player injuries within the Athletico Fantasy Football Injury Report. Since player injuries can have a significant impact on fantasy football teams, this weekly report can be used as a resource to help you decide who to sit and who to start.