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2011 Archives

For you history buffs, we will archive every article penned by the Shark Team in 2011.  As each week is finished, we will move the content to this page so you can reminisce about the good old days ... like week 1.

Because of the huge number of articles, this archive is divided into sections:
Preseason | Weeks 1-4 | Weeks 5-8 | Weeks 9-12 | Weeks 13-17 | Playoffs

Week 13

Eric Huber Fantasy Intelligence Report - Week 13 Fantasy Intelligence Report - Week 13
Eric Huber, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 3, 2011
Week 13 is here, and it’s time for the latest news nuggets, reactions and that trendy hot sheet. Also included are a few converted extra points and some dramatic speaking out reactions surrounding a dirty subject that has more to it than just a Suh-stomp.

Ed Bonfanti Weekend Fantasy Preview: Triple Threat Weekend Fantasy Preview: Triple Threat
Ed Bonfanti, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 3, 2011
In the final weekend of most fantasy league's regular season, three games have the potential to decide the playoff fates of a large number of teams. This is the Triple Threat Weekend Fantasy Football Preview.

Vinnie Against the Odds - Week 13 Against the Odds - Week 13
Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Dec 3, 2011
The picks are a mixed bag of sorts, this week, including some favored teams and some for which you're better off taking the points. With a nice two-week run bolstering his numbers on the season, Vinnie is poised to come through for you again in Week 13.

Steve Rudy, Jr. Corner Lockdown: Week 13 Corner Lockdown: Week 13
Steve Rudy, Jr., Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 3, 2011
Welcome to the Corner Lockdown feature on FantasySharks.com. This column will provide you with everything you need to know for the upcoming fantasy football week: running back dilemmas, what sleepers to keep an eye on, a fantasy lock of the week and other vital advice to help you take home the hardware.

Patrick White Riser and Fallers: Week 13 Riser and Fallers: Week 13
Patrick White, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 3, 2011
Good luck in what is most likely your deciding week before the playoffs. There are several players whose Week 13 performances will impact how we use them during championship time. GI Joe said, “Knowing is half the battle.” I guess Joe didn’t play fantasy football because knowing is the entire war.

Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi Side Lines Side Lines
Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Dec 2, 2011
Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Games to Watch - Week 13 Games to Watch - Week 13
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Dec 2, 2011
The Games to Watch guys are back, but in honor of shorter attention spans everywhere, they reveal the top games to watch each week ... PODCAST STYLE! This week, Chris and Tom bring you an AFC North match-up that promises to be memorable, a cross-conference game with some playoff implications, and a battle of dueling aerial attacks. 

Click here to download Games to Watch - Week 13 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom on their other weekly podcast, Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds!

Gary Davenport IDP Studs and Duds: Week 13 IDP Studs and Duds: Week 13
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 2, 2011
Come on in and take a look at some players you should give serious consideration to getting into your lineups or who could outperform expectations (Studs) and some that, for whatever reason, you may want to consider leaving alone, or at least take into account that they may be a relative disappointment this week. (Duds)

Curt Kestila Good Call/Bad Call: Week 13 Good Call/Bad Call: Week 13
Curt Kestila, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 2, 2011
Will Tim Tebow keep up his fantasy production? Will Cedric Benson have a thrid good game in a row? How much will Percy Harvin benefit from Adrian Peterson missing time again this week? Find out those answers and more in this week's Good Call/Bad Call

The Sin City BetBot 6000 Andy Rant Andy Rant
The Sin City BetBot 6000, FantasySharks.com
Dec 2, 2011
It's tough to focus on anything but the LMAO game plan under way in Philadelphia.

Tony Holm The Prognosticator - Week 13 The Prognosticator - Week 13
Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Dec 1, 2011
It's really anyone's game but the scales tip the Vikings way a hair due to their run stop D being better, the fact that Christian Ponder can actually throw a football from the quarterback position, unlike the Broncos, and the Vikings have those nutty Viking horns cheering them on in front of their own crowd. But even with all that said, and the advantages the Vikings will enjoy, the Vikings are playing against Tim Tebow, the most magical mythical creature on this planet and when you're playing against unicorns and fairy dust, anything can happen.


Mike Sarmento Week 13 Audibles- Catch Phrase Week 13 Audibles- Catch Phrase
Mike Sarmento, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 1, 2011
Wide receivers that can't catch, coaches that lie to the media, excessive celebrations, ratios, predictions that were realized, and some players that you should look to be adding. All in this weeks edition with a "Catch" Phrase.

Marc Griffis Week 13: DisCharged Week 13: DisCharged
Marc Griffis, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 1, 2011
Thanksgiving is over. Time for the holidays, cold weather, and the last week of the fantasy football regular season! This could be the "make or break" week for your team so take a dive with me as we review several key matchups that will help you stay in the fight for your league's championship.

David Grey The Grey Report - Week 13 The Grey Report - Week 13
David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 1, 2011
Don't finalize your starting lineup without first consulting The Grey Report, Because Not All Matchups are Black and White.


Gary Davenport IDP Cheatsheet: Week 13 IDP Cheatsheet: Week 13
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 1, 2011
It’s Week 13 of the 2011 fantasy football campaign, and this week brings with it the conclusion of the regular season in many leagues, making this a do-or-die game for many an IDP owner across the land. To help you prepare for another week’s action here’s a look at my Top 30 defensive linemen, linebackers, and defensive backs for Week Eleven of the 2011 season in IDP leagues.

Thomas Casale The Feeding Frenzy The Feeding Frenzy
Thomas Casale, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 1, 2011
Thomas Casale looks at five under-the-radar players that could help fantasy owners come playoff time.

Ron Anish Start/Bench: Week 13 Start/Bench: Week 13
Ron Anish, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Nov 30, 2011
In this all-important 13th week of the fantasy season, there are several teams that will do their part in posting the kind of offensive numbers you may need to get your fantasy team into the playoffs. Find as many New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys as you can while avoiding the Cincinnati Bengals, Atlanta Falcons and Minnesota Vikings this week. Happy hunting!

Nick Pagliuca Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 13 Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 13
Nick Pagliuca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Nov 30, 2011
We are entering the final month of the season with just five weeks left. Check out the full game-by-game analysis for Week 13 and which playoff aspiring teams should be avoided in survivor pools this weekend.

Doug Coutts Waiver Wire Wonders Waiver Wire Wonders
Doug Coutts, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Nov 30, 2011
Hope everyone had an enjoyable Thanksgiving. With most leagues having closed up the waiver wire, we’ll go with a bit of a different format this week that will be more like a round table discussion by position. This week’s column was written while hating the fact that so many key fantasy players have been declared out for the season in the last three weeks.

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Week 13 Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Week 13
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Nov 30, 2011
This week on the Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds Podcast, Chris and Tom run down the top Fanatic and Fraud from last week, tell you which players are most likely to be contenders to outscore all other fantasy players this week and which players are pretenders for your fantasy attention.

Click here to download Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Week 13 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom's other weekly podcast, Games to Watch!


Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi Side Lines Side Lines
Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Nov 30, 2011
Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

Drew Magyar What Did We Learn - Week 12 Edition What Did We Learn - Week 12 Edition
Drew Magyar, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Nov 29, 2011
Week 12 provided fantasy owners with some impressive performances, but many were misleading. It’s time to address the misconceptions, and find out who you can bank on in the fantasy playoffs.

Gary Davenport IDP Waiver Wire: Week 13 IDP Waiver Wire: Week 13
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Nov 29, 2011
It’s now Week 13 of the 2011 fantasy football season, which means that in any number of IDP leagues this week is the end of the regular season, making every lineup and roster decision a huge one as teams scramble to try to squeak into the playoffs or secure a first round bye. That said here are some players that should be available on many IDP waiver wires that are worth targeting as we head into Week 13.

Tim Davoll The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Week 12 The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Week 12
Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Nov 29, 2011
Thanksgiving came and went. And strange things are going on when my wife says to me … “Just who is this Tim Tebow?” Oh, Tim Tebow. You have gone from the outhouse to penthouse when my wife is asking about you.

Matt Wilson In The Spotlight: Week 12 In Review In The Spotlight: Week 12 In Review
Matt Wilson, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Nov 28, 2011
Which three fantasy studs (hint: two running backs and one tight end) likely will produce weaker-than-expected numbers for the rest of 2011? Which two stud receivers probably will let their owners down come playoff time? Should you stand firm with the Law Firm? What does the NFL playoff picture look like? Matt Wilson answers those questions and covers a whole lot more when he puts Week 12 "In The Spotlight."


Week 14

Tony Holm The Prognosticator - Week 14 The Prognosticator - Week 14
Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Dec 12, 2011
Can the Patriots stop anyone from throwing all over them? The answer apparently, is no. I simply can't even fathom what Aaron Rodgers could do to the Patriots secondary. It will be their achilles heel. Even without Fred Davis, which is a brutal blow to the Redskins and Rex Grossman, expect Grossman to look like Drew Brees on Sunday as ex-patriot Jabar Gaffney shows up.


Steve Rudy, Jr. Corner Lockdown: Week 14 Corner Lockdown: Week 14
Steve Rudy, Jr., Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 11, 2011
Welcome to the Corner Lockdown feature on fantasysharks.com. This column will provide you with everything you need to know for the upcoming fantasy football week: running back dilemmas, what sleepers to keep an eye on, a fantasy lock of the week and other vital advice to help you take home the hardware.

Vinnie Against the Odds - Week 14 (regular edition) Against the Odds - Week 14 (regular edition)
Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Dec 11, 2011
Underestimating what the Cleveland Browns run defense would be capable of, playing for a national television audience Thursday night, Vinnie fell several points shy of getting his early pick to pan out. Of course, Pittsburgh losing a pair of its better linemen in the early going didn’t help either. Time to focus on Sunday’s games, though. Vinnie really likes the line on two games in particular, both of which feature a team that exceeded expectations in Week 13.

Eric Huber Fantasy Intelligence Report - Week 14 Fantasy Intelligence Report - Week 14
Eric Huber, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 11, 2011
Week 14 is here. You know what that means? Yep, it is time for the latest news nuggets, random thoughts and that trendy hot sheet. I’ve also included some chatter surrounding yards after catch (YAC), a dramatic speaking out reaction to a “gone too far” sore spot. I‘ll give you a hint: a winning lefty is involved.

Patrick White Risers and Fallers: Week 14 Risers and Fallers: Week 14
Patrick White, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 10, 2011
If you’re reading this, your team is most likely still alive. Congratulations! But even if you’re an owner with nothing else left to gain this season there is still a lot to pay attention to in terms of players’ values.

Ed Bonfanti Fantasy Football Playoffs Preview Fantasy Football Playoffs Preview
Ed Bonfanti, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 9, 2011
Who will be the MVP of the Fantasy Playoffs?  Which Fantasy Stud will disappoint in the Playoffs?  And which Injured Fantasy Stud has the chance to make a real impact in the coming week?  We're answering these questions and a whole lot more in the Fantasy Football Playoff Preview.

Mike Sarmento Audibles Week 14- Crystal Ball Audibles Week 14- Crystal Ball
Mike Sarmento, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 9, 2011
This Week I share some of the valuable lessons I learned this year and do my best to pick'em despite not having a crystal ball.

Curt Kestila Good Call/Bad Call: Week 14 Good Call/Bad Call: Week 14
Curt Kestila, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 9, 2011
A look at some players you might want to be watching in the last part of the season to see if they could be good sleeper picks for next year, and of course the calls for the week.

Keith Jordan Fantasy Playoff Prep Fantasy Playoff Prep
Keith Jordan, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 9, 2011
Week 14 means the start of Fantasy Football playoffs for most leagues. If you are fortunate enough to have made your leagues’ playoffs you probably have a strong team. Here is a quick rundown of a few things to remember as you prepare to make a run for your league title.

Gary Davenport IDP Studs and Duds: Week 14 - IDP Start/Sit IDP Studs and Duds: Week 14 - IDP Start/Sit
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 9, 2011
As you get your playoff affairs in order here’s a look at some players you should give serious consideration to getting into your lineups or who could outperform expectations (Studs) and some that, for whatever reason, you may want to consider leaving alone, or at least take into account that they may be a relative disappointment this week. (Duds)

Marc Griffis Week 14: Rushing the Passer Week 14: Rushing the Passer
Marc Griffis, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 9, 2011
Whether you are fighting for your league's championship trophy or are in contention for a consolation prize, Week 14 will be another exciting week of NFL action. Take a dive with me as I review several key fantasy matchups.

Walter Collazo Week 14: Playoff Time! Week 14: Playoff Time!
Walter Collazo, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 9, 2011
Welcome to the week 14 edition of the Brew Crew Corner. This week many leagues will kicking off the fantasy playoffs and you didn't work this hard just to qualify, so make sure your setting those line-ups, snagging the last available options on the waiver wire and pay attention to match-ups.

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Games to Watch - Week 14 Games to Watch - Week 14
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Dec 9, 2011
The Games to Watch guys are back, but in honor of shorter attention spans everywhere, they reveal the top games to watch each week ... PODCAST STYLE! This week, Chris and Tom bring you a battle of division leaders that just might be a mismatch, an AFC match-up of teams with playoff dreams, and a rivalry game that will decide the leader of the NFC East. 

Click here to download Games to Watch - Week 14 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom on their other weekly podcast, Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds!

Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi Side Lines Side Lines
Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Dec 9, 2011
Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

The Sin City BetBot 6000 Just Another Roundup Just Another Roundup
The Sin City BetBot 6000, FantasySharks.com
Dec 8, 2011
It's Week 14 and the Betbot is on a roll as he covers the important issues of the day.

Nick Pagliuca Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 14 Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 14
Nick Pagliuca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 8, 2011
Most fantasy leagues begin their playoffs as we kick off Week 14, but this week is equally as important for those still alive in survivor pools. Check out the game-by-game analysis for Week 14.

Nick Waiver Wire Wonders Waiver Wire Wonders
Nick, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 8, 2011
Hello, my name is Nick and I'm the intern here at FantasySharks.com and with Doug Coutts being on vacation this week I thought that it would be great if I could fill-in and do this week's Waiver Wire Wonders. So, with Tony just getting started on his afternoon siesta, come on in and let's get started.

David Grey The Grey Report - Week 14 The Grey Report - Week 14
David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 8, 2011
Don't forget to consult the Grey Report before setting your starting lineups this week. Because Not All Matchups are Black and White.


Vinnie Against the Odds - Week 14 (early edition) Against the Odds - Week 14 (early edition)
Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Dec 8, 2011
Excited enough about the Cleveland @ Pittsburgh odds that he wanted to get his initial Week 14 pick in early, Vinnie has a few reasons suggesting why you ought to get on board. (Expect the remainder of his picks in a day or two.)

Gary Davenport IDP Cheatsheet: Week 14 IDP Cheatsheet: Week 14
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 8, 2011
Week 14 of the 2011 fantasy football season has arrived, bringing with it the fantasy playoffs in many leagues, so it’s time to get down to the business of making a run at Championship glory. To help you prepare for another weeks action here’s a look at my Top 30 defensive linemen, linebackers, and defensive backs for Week 14 of the 2011 season in IDP leagues.

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Year in Review Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Year in Review
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Dec 7, 2011
This week on the Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds Podcast, Chris and Tom run down the top Fanatic and Fraud at each of their positions for the whole season to date , to wrap up another fun-filled fantasy year.

Click here to download Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds - Year in Review - Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom's other weekly podcast, Games to Watch!


Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi Side Lines Side Lines
Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Dec 7, 2011
Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!

Ron Anish Start/Bench: Week 14 Start/Bench: Week 14
Ron Anish, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 7, 2011
It's week 14 and if your still reading this, you're either in the playoffs or you have a chance to make the playoffs. There have been plenty of injuries to shake up your fantasy roster, but don't worry as I've outlined a few players this week to help give your fantasy team that last extra push it needs to extend your season at least one more week.

Gary Davenport IDP Waiver Wire: Week 14 IDP Waiver Wire: Week 14
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 6, 2011
Week 14 of the 2011 fantasy football season has arrived, which means the regular season has concluded in many Individual Defensive Player (IDP) leagues, and in some, the waiver wires have closed for business as the playoffs begin. Here are some players that should be available on many IDP waiver wires that are worth targeting as we head into Week 14.

Thomas Casale The Feeding Frenzy The Feeding Frenzy
Thomas Casale, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 6, 2011
The regular season has come to an end for most of us. Now it’s time to look ahead to the fantasy playoffs. The final week of the fantasy regular season wasn’t without its casualties though, but the waiver wire still has a few options left for you to consider as owners prepare for a run at a fantasy championship.

Drew Magyar What Did We Learn - Week 13 What Did We Learn - Week 13
Drew Magyar, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 6, 2011
Week 13 is in the books, and with it, many fantasy regular seasons. For those who made the playoffs, or are still trying to get in, it’s becoming more and more important to know who can be trusted in your lineup. What did we learn from Week 13?

Tim Davoll The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Week 13 The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Week 13
Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 6, 2011
Right now I am facing another grim fact. For the second year in a row I am out of the playoffs. I hung in there until last week when I declared that I had to win out and get lucky.

Matt Wilson In The Spotlight: Week 13 In Review In The Spotlight: Week 13 In Review
Matt Wilson, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 5, 2011
Which stud receiver should you think about benching? Which stud running back is going to disappoint you again in Week 14? Which winning NFC North team could miss the playoffs altogether? Should you trust Roy Helu? Matt Wilson tackles those questions and a whole lot more when he places Week 13 "In The Spotlight."

Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi Side Lines Side Lines
Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Dec 5, 2011
Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on FantasySharks.com!


Week 15

Mike Sarmento Audibles: Week 15 Audibles: Week 15
Mike Sarmento, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 18, 2011
Last week I did my best impersonation of a soothsayer. Let's check the results from last week. Do you know who has the most value in the Pittsburgh Steelers' receiving corps? The answer will surprise you. All in this week’s Audibles.

Steve Rudy, Jr. Corner Lockdown: Week 15 Corner Lockdown: Week 15
Steve Rudy, Jr., Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 17, 2011
Welcome to the Corner Lockdown feature on FantasySharks.com. This column will provide you with everything you need to know for the upcoming fantasy football week: running back dilemmas, what sleepers to keep an eye on, a fantasy lock of the week and other vital advice to help you take home the hardware.

Eric Huber Fantasy Intelligence Report - Week 15 Fantasy Intelligence Report - Week 15
Eric Huber, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 17, 2011

Week 15 is here. You know what that means? Yep, it is time for the latest news nuggets, random thoughts and that trendy hot sheet. I have also included some chatter surrounding a few hot speaking out topics that have me looking angrier than Bill Romanowski.


Walter Collazo Week 15: Advancing in the Playoffs! Week 15: Advancing in the Playoffs!
Walter Collazo, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 17, 2011
Welcome to week 15 of the Brew Crew Corner. All playoff games are now in full swing and I hope that you are a part of it. I still have a team in the fight but injuries have plague my other teams this season. In order to advance to the next round you have to play your best guys. Look at all the angles. Who has the hot hand? Who is facing an easy schedule? And where what teams may be sitting starters down the stretch are questions you want to find answers too.

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Games to Watch - Week 15 Games to Watch - Week 15
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Dec 16, 2011
The Games to Watch guys are back, but in honor of shorter attention spans everywhere, they reveal the top games to watch each week ... PODCAST STYLE! This week, Chris and Tom bring you a battle of AFC contenders, a sterling silver cross-conference match-up, and a contest between two 10-3 teams that could have serious playoff seeding implications. 

Click here to download Games to Watch - Week 15 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom on their other weekly podcast, Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds!

Gary Davenport IDP Studs and Duds: Week 15 IDP Studs and Duds: Week 15
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 16, 2011
Let's take a look at some players you should give serious consideration to getting into your lineups or who could outperform expectations (Studs) and some that, for whatever reason, you may want to consider leaving alone, or at least take into account that they may be a relative disappointment this week. (Duds)

Curt Kestila Good Call/Bad Call: Week 15 Good Call/Bad Call: Week 15
Curt Kestila, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 16, 2011
Just one more game and you're in the Championship, but don't get ahead of yourself and don't go into your Week 15 semifinal without reading this week's Good Call/Bad Call.

Marc Griffis Week 15: Mile High Club Week 15: Mile High Club
Marc Griffis, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 16, 2011
Is your team still battling in the fantasy playoffs? Week 15 represents the semifinal game in most leagues. Whether you are still battling or simply trying to avoid last place in your consolation bracket, take a dive with me as we review several key matchups.

The Sin City BetBot 6000 Get Out And Vote Get Out And Vote
The Sin City BetBot 6000, FantasySharks.com
Dec 15, 2011
This time of year means only one thing - the Sin City BetBot 6000 awards show is just around the corner.  Now is the time to vote, and a few guests drop by to help you find the links in the shark tank.

Tony Holm The Prognosticator - Week 15 The Prognosticator - Week 15
Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Dec 15, 2011
This is certainly a juicy matchup for the Cowboys who can put up fantasy points in a hurry already. The Bucs reportedly almost fired head coach Raheem Morris but because they didn't have a suitable replacement, decided not to. First, what a tragic mistake it would be to point the finger at Raheem Morris, he can coach my football team anytime. If I were an owner and had recently fired my head coach and Raheem Morris became available, I'd snatch him up before any other team even knew he was on the market. You know how the Buccaneers have been making one bad decision after another lately? The firing of Raheem Morris would be just another in a long line of tragic miscues.

Get your Progno HERE!

Vinnie Against the Odds - Week 15 Against the Odds - Week 15
Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Dec 15, 2011
Vinnie has taken quite a liking to the slate of Week 15 NFL games and the odds assigned to them, hence more picks than usual. Come on in, to find out what you need to know in order to get a leg up on your pigskin pick 'em league (or otherwise).

Ed Bonfanti The The "Never Again" List
Ed Bonfanti, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 15, 2011
Every offseason, owners get brainwashed with super positive articles on recovering injury prone players, who are ready to make a great comeback. I've made a "Never Again" list of players owners should avoid in 2012, regardless of the glowing offseason reports owners are sure to be subjected to.

Gary Davenport IDP Cheatsheet: Week 15 IDP Cheatsheet: Week 15
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 15, 2011
Week 15 of the 2011 fantasy football season is here, which means while some have called it a year after a disappointing season others have either begun or are continuing a playoff run that they hope will conclude with an Individual Defensive Players (IDP) Championship. To help you prepare for another week’s action here’s a look at my Top 30 defensive linemen, linebackers and defensive backs for Week 15 of the 2011 season in IDP leagues.

Nick Pagliuca Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 15 Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 15
Nick Pagliuca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 15, 2011
Just three weeks to go in the regular season and we are nearing the point of the season where some teams will pack it in while others may rest their injured players for the playoffs. All six options in Week 14 were able to come away with victories. Check out the breakdown for each game in Week 15 as well as your best selections.

David Grey The Grey Report - Week 15 The Grey Report - Week 15
David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 15, 2011
Don't forget to check out this week's Grey Report before setting your starting lineups. Because Not All Matchups are Black and White.

 

John Lanfranca JL's Week 14 Observation Deck JL's Week 14 Observation Deck
John Lanfranca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 14, 2011
Fantasy football playoffs are in full swing, and it’s the most crucial decision making time of the year. I will deliver a few pieces of advice to the casual fantasy football manager in the head-to-head semifinals this week, and I will even ask you commissioners out there to think outside the box.

Ron Anish Start/Bench: Week 15 Start/Bench: Week 15
Ron Anish, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 14, 2011
Hopefully your fantasy team was able to survive last week with stars like Greg Jennings and DeMarco Murray getting injured. Late season injuries are always tough on your fantasy squad, but they also present opportunity for owners who squirreled away the likes of Felix Jones and Donald Driver to reap the benefits. There are some very strong plays this week to help you advance in your league as the New Orleans Saints, New York Giants and Washington Redskins pile up big yards in the air while the Oakland Raiders, Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals get it done on the ground.

Doug Coutts Waiver Wire Wonders Waiver Wire Wonders
Doug Coutts, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 13, 2011
Many thanks to Nick for filling in last week while I was away. This week we've got a handful of wideouts that are sparsely owned and performing well, and we sprinkle in some talk about players at other positions. And this week we discuss players in Green Bay. Something for everyone this week!

Gary Davenport IDP Waiver Wire: Week 15 IDP Waiver Wire: Week 15
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 13, 2011
It’s Week 15 of the 2011 fantasy football season, which means the regular season is a done deal, and while many unfortunate souls have packed it in after a disappointing campaign, some are busily making preparations for their next matchup in the fantasy playoffs.

Drew Magyar What Did We Learn - Week 14 What Did We Learn - Week 14
Drew Magyar, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 13, 2011
Week 14 marked the start of the fantasy playoffs for many fantasy owners. It’s time, once again, to discuss who can be trusted to really perform in the fantasy playoffs and who can’t. What did we learn from Week 14?

Tim Davoll The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Week 14 The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Week 14
Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 13, 2011
Two weeks to Christmas and the end of the regular season in fantasy football. After careful inspection of the scores, all I can say is get your shopping done now.

Matt Wilson In The Spotlight: Week 14 In Review In The Spotlight: Week 14 In Review
Matt Wilson, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 12, 2011
Another exciting weekend of NFL football and fantasy football is in the books. Matt Wilson gives us a full recap of the winners, the losers the fantasy studs and the fantasy duds when he puts Week 14 "In The Spotlight."

Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi Side Lines Side Lines
Tom Braun and Chris Dolfi, Fantasy Football Staff Writers
Dec 12, 2011
Braun and Dolfi try and put a smile on your face with a new sport-toon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - only on fantasysharks.com!


Week 16

Tim Davoll The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Week 16 The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin: Week 16
Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 27, 2011
I am playing for fifth place this week. I got into the second tier of the playoffs after all the results came in. And this week I was a winner with a player yet to play.

Mike Sarmento Rain, Wind, Cold Fronts, and Scrubs - Week 16 Audibles Rain, Wind, Cold Fronts, and Scrubs - Week 16 Audibles
Mike Sarmento, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 24, 2011
Made it to the big game this year? Great! If you need a little help from the weather... This may be the week to exploit a bad weather game. All this and more in this weeks Audibles.

Patrick White Risers and Fallers - Week 16 Risers and Fallers - Week 16
Patrick White, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 24, 2011
Good luck in your playoff games. Even if you’re playing in the Big One, be sure to pay attention to the always changing value implications. You don’t want to turn into a one-and-done Super Bowl participant … (cough) … Carolina Panthers … (cough) …

 


Eric Huber Fantasy Intelligence Report - Week 16 Fantasy Intelligence Report - Week 16
Eric Huber, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 24, 2011
Week 16 is here. You know what that means, right? It’s time for the Fantasy Intelligence Report. This week you’ll get the hot sheet and a few surprise gifts, but I devoted much of my time writing a 2011 Christmas poem. You have to have fun every now and then, and what better time than now?

Vinnie Against the Odds - Week 16 Against the Odds - Week 16
Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Dec 23, 2011
There are a few more division rivalry games here than Vinnie prefers to stake any claim in, but the odds are becoming tougher by the week so what can you do? Regardless, we've got you covered with a handful of games the line for which cannot be bypassed.

Steve Rudy, Jr. Corner Lockdown: Week 16 Corner Lockdown: Week 16
Steve Rudy, Jr., Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 23, 2011
Welcome to the Corner Lockdown feature on FantasySharks.com. This column will provide you with everything you need to know for the upcoming fantasy football week: running back dilemmas, what sleepers to keep an eye on, a fantasy lock of the week and other vital advice to help you take home the hardware.

Curt Kestila Good Call/Bad Call: Week 16 Good Call/Bad Call: Week 16
Curt Kestila, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 23, 2011
My Christmas wish is for Santa Claus to bring me a couple of championships this weekend. If you’re wishing for the same thing, but can’t figure out who to start, click and see if you’re making the right calls this week.

The Sin City BetBot 6000 Award Nominations Article Award Nominations Article
The Sin City BetBot 6000, FantasySharks.com
Dec 23, 2011
Time to get your vote on! It’s my favorite time of the year – when you – the Sharks, write an article for me! We’re voting for fantasy’s MVPs and LVPs. Please … BZZT… see the nominations below, and vote in the linked threads below!

Walter Collazo Week 16: Championship Week Week 16: Championship Week
Walter Collazo, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 23, 2011
Welcome to Championship Week 16. It all comes down to this week. It is championship week. All of your hard work, all of your preparation and honestly all of your luck has gotten you to the championship game. Don’t try to over think your lineup. Just play the best players you have right now. It’s as simple as that. Go get that trophy!

Tony Holm The Prognosticator - Week 16 The Prognosticator - Week 16
Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Dec 22, 2011
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays, whatever you want to be merry or happy about, be it, because at the heart of it, that's what it's really all about anyway, regardless of what you believe. The holiday season is a time when kindness is celebrated and I for one will get in that line.


David Grey The Grey Report  - Week 16 The Grey Report - Week 16
David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 22, 2011
Don't forget to consult the Grey Report before setting your starting lineup. Because Not All Matchups are Black and White. Have a safe and Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah or Happy Festivus and best of luck this week.


Gary Davenport IDP Cheatsheet: Week 16 IDP Cheatsheet: Week 16
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 22, 2011
Week 16 of the 2011 fantasy football season has arrived, which means that in the majority of IDP leagues one more game remains to determine who is crowned king of the league…it’s Championship Week. To help you prepare for this most important week’s action here’s a look at my Top 30 defensive linemen, linebackers, and defensive backs for Week 16 of the 2011 season in IDP leagues.

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Games to Watch - Week 16 Games to Watch - Week 16
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Dec 22, 2011
The Games to Watch guys are back, but in honor of shorter attention spans everywhere, they reveal the top games to watch each week ... PODCAST STYLE! This week, Chris and Tom bring you a trio of games with playoff implications, including a battle of two blues, a brawl for the Big Apple, and a Monday night match-up in the deep south. 

Click here to download Games to Watch - Week 16 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom on their other weekly podcast, Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds!

Marc Griffis Week 16: We’re Going Streaking! Week 16: We’re Going Streaking!
Marc Griffis, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 21, 2011
If you started Drew Brees, Calvin Johnson or Reggie Bush in Week 15 … wow. You most likely won your matchup and are hopefully advancing to your league's championship game. Take a dive with me as we review several key Week 16 matchups that will help your team earn the win in Week 16, and hopefully a shiny, new fantasy trophy!

Ron Anish Start/Bench: Week 16 Start/Bench: Week 16
Ron Anish, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 21, 2011
It’s Week 16. Crunch time. Remember what got your fantasy team to this point. Don’t over-think your decisions. If you have Jordy Nelson, play him. Do not worry about Green Bay resting players this week. The NFC East will be plentiful with passing yards while the Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens, Houston Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers will lead the way on the ground. Good luck this week and Happy Holidays!

Doug Coutts Waiver Wire Wonders Waiver Wire Wonders
Doug Coutts, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 20, 2011
For the first time in a while, nothing significant happened this past week to a major player affecting the fantasy world, so nothing in the way of new depth chart movement to discuss.  A quartet of wide outs that are owned in around 50% of on-line leagues are discussed, as well as a sprinkling of players from other positions.  Something for everyone this week.

Nick Pagliuca Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 16 Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 16
Nick Pagliuca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 20, 2011
The Giants have let many down this season, as they fell to the Redskins at home, which was their third loss at home to a team with a losing record. The Bengals were able to pull away from the Rams while the Cardinals squeaked one out against the Browns. Just two weeks remain in the regular season. Keep an eye on teams that may rest their players in Week 17. Check out the Week 16 game-by-game breakdown.

Drew Magyar What Did We Learn - Week 15 Edition What Did We Learn - Week 15 Edition
Drew Magyar, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 20, 2011
With only a select few fantasy owners on their way to their league’s Super Bowl, it has come down to the biggest lineup decisions of the year. Will you be the guy (or girl) pulling all the right strings, or the one second guessing every move? What did we learn from Week 15?

Thomas Casale The Feeding Frenzy The Feeding Frenzy
Thomas Casale, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 20, 2011
The fantasy championships are finally here for most of us. Congratulations if you’ve made it this far. At this time of year, some guys you may not have started all season could help lead you to fantasy gold. This week I will look at five players who were an afterthought on draft day but could be the deciding factor in you winning or losing your league.

Gary Davenport IDP Waiver Wire: Week 16 IDP Waiver Wire: Week 16
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 20, 2011
Week 16 of the fantasy football season has arrived, which means that it’s Title Game time in most IDP leagues, which means that congratulations are in order if you’ve guided your squad this far in 2011. With that in mind I've got a few players that should be available on many IDP waiver wires that are worth targeting as we head into Week 16.

Tim Davoll The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin : Week 15 The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin : Week 15
Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 20, 2011
Hello to everyone! May your Christmas be merry and bright. We will not have a white Christmas this year. However we did have a White Halloween. This is a bit awkward isn’t it? But it is that time of year and we have to take the good with the bad.

Matt Wilson In The Spotlight: Week 15 In Review In The Spotlight: Week 15 In Review
Matt Wilson, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 19, 2011
Fantasy teams that were loaded with Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens likely suffered early exits from the playoffs this weekend, because most of the fantasy stars from those teams had bad games. What were the other top NFL and fantasy football stories? Matt Wilson gives us his take when he puts Week 15 "In The Spotlight."


Week 17

Tim Davoll The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin : Week 21 The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin : Week 21
Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Feb 5, 2012
It is the end of the NFL year. The Giants of New York will be at The Patriots of New England. The game will be held at Lucas Oil stadium in Indianapolis. The NFL is the most watched sport in America and during these days of 50 percent this way and 50 percent that way in this country, it is a breath of fresh air to have an event like the Super Bowl.

Walter Collazo 2012 Fantasy Sharks Pro Bowl V 2012 Fantasy Sharks Pro Bowl V
Walter Collazo, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Feb 3, 2012
Welcome to the Super Bowl edition of the Brew Crew Corner. It has been an exciting season, and it’s even better when your team is playing in the Super Bowl. One thing fantasy football leagues lack is a Pro Bowl game. Since fantasy leagues don't have a Pro Bowl, I simulate a game each year to showcase the best fantasy players. Could you imagine if you had all these players on your roster? Records would fall.

Tony Holm The Prognosticator - Superbowl Edition The Prognosticator - Superbowl Edition
Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Jan 27, 2012
My heart is in this one. I know it's not fashionable to be a Patriots fan, I get the "hate the good team" philosophy, I'm a root for the underdog kind of guy too but for me, I'm in New England, I've lived here a long time, I like many of the teams in the NFL, but I'm a Patriots fan and I'm not ashamed. I still have night sweats over the 1985 Tony Eason led Patriots. I have a number of devastating sports moments that I've witnessed, I'm sure you all have too with your respective home teams whether it be NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL or whatever sports you follow. The 2007 Superbowl against the Giants and "that catch" to spoil a perfect season is at the top of the list.


David Grey The Grey Report - The Super Bowl The Grey Report - The Super Bowl
David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Jan 27, 2012
Don’t forget to consult the Grey Report before setting your lineup for the Super Bowl, because “Not All Matchups are Black and White.”

 

Tim Davoll The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin : Week 20 The Diary of a Fantasy Virgin : Week 20
Tim Davoll, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Jan 25, 2012
All that remains for the football season are two teams. One last game to end it all in Indianapolis. After starting out my prognostications with a record of 2-2, I came back with a 3-1 week followed by a 2-0 week.

Zach Greubel The 10 Biggest 2011 Fantasy Football (Positive) Surprises The 10 Biggest 2011 Fantasy Football (Positive) Surprises
Zach Greubel, Fantasy Football Guest Writer
Jan 24, 2012
The 2011 fantasy football season has come to its unfortunate end. The following are the 10 players who I think pleasantly surprised fantasy owners this season in order of least surprising to most surprising. Granted, these players could probably be moved up or down one spot and it wouldn’t make much difference, but to each their own.

Walter Collazo Week 17: The End of the 2011 Fantasy Season Week 17: The End of the 2011 Fantasy Season
Walter Collazo, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 31, 2011
Welcome to the last Brew Crew corner of 2011. This is the final week of the 2011 NFL regular season and the completion of 2011 Fantasy leagues. Congratulations to those who won a championship last week. This week will be the final games for those who have a 14 week regular season. It has been a long road but for a few, it will lead to a fantasy trophy.

Tony Holm The Prognosticator - Week 17 The Prognosticator - Week 17
Tony Holm, The Prognosticator
Dec 30, 2011
Thanks for another great season of The Prognosticator. It's been fun serving it up for you, hopefully you enjoyed a few baubles of observation this year and were able to put some of it to good use. I feel like we had a really special year this year as we drained a few 3's with our crystal balling. I'm proud of what we accomplished here at FantasySharks.com for you, both what we accomplished and how we accomplished it. Thanks too to all of you, without you, we don't go. Thanks for reading, participating, playing, commenting, harassing and keeping us in line (maybe not the harassment part). We're flattered that you choose to make us a stop in your digital lives, thanks for jumping in the trenches with us in 2011, we hope to see you in 2012.


Vinnie Against the Odds - Week 17 Against the Odds - Week 17
Vinnie, Caribbean Affiliate
Dec 30, 2011
Vinnie has one week left to boost his overall effectiveness to above the 52% mark. Week 17 full of divisional match ups as it is, this may prove difficult. Give his rationale behind this final round of picks a look see, and Vinnie feels confident you will be swayed.

Gary Davenport IDP Studs and Duds: Week 17 IDP Studs and Duds: Week 17
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 30, 2011
It’s Week 17 of the 2011 season, and while that means that most IDP leagues had their championship games a week ago in some leagues one game remains, and that game will determine the league champion. So, as we head down this road for the final time this year here’s a look at some players you should give serious consideration to getting into your lineups or who could outperform expectations (Studs) and some that, for whatever reason, you may want to consider leaving alone, or at least take into account that they may be a relative disappointment this week. (Duds)

Keith Jordan What Now? What Now?
Keith Jordan, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 30, 2011
Your fantasy football season is likely over by now and if you are like me you are already suffering from withdrawal. Most leagues have their championship game in week 16, but that doesn’t mean that week 17 and the offseason don’t offer great information to consider for next season. Here are a few tips to remember for this week and beyond.

Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun Games to Watch - Week 17 Games to Watch - Week 17
Chris Dolfi and Tom Braun, Podcast
Dec 30, 2011
The Games to Watch guys are back, but in honor of shorter attention spans everywhere, they reveal the top games to watch each week ... PODCAST STYLE! In their final podcast of the season, Chris and Tom bring you a troika of games that will finalize the playoff picture, including an AFC North throw-down that could crown a division champ, an NFC East winner-take-all brawl, and an AFC West battle that could decide the future of two franchises. 

Click here to download Games to Watch - Week 17 Podcast or listen to Chris and Tom on their other weekly podcast, Fantasy Fanatics and Frauds!

Nick Pagliuca Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 17 Survivor Pool Analysis - Week 17
Nick Pagliuca, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 29, 2011
The final week of the regular season has arrived. If you are still alive, you have made it sixteen long weeks, but this will likely be your toughest test. Some teams are playing for pride while others will play for playoff seeding. Some teams are still trying to get into the postseason and a few with playoff reservations will be resting their starters. Check out the game-by-game analysis for the final week of the regular season.

Drew Magyar What Did We Learn - Week 16 Edition What Did We Learn - Week 16 Edition
Drew Magyar, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 29, 2011
With fantasy championships won and lost last week, it’s time to reflect on the week’s decisions, and hopefully revel in the glory of a fantasy title. So once again, we ask the question: What did we learn?

Gary Davenport IDP Cheatsheet: Week 17 IDP Cheatsheet: Week 17
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 29, 2011
It’s Week 17 of the 2011 National Football League season, and while the majority of IDP leagues were wrapped up a week ago there’s still one more game to go in some leagues, and it’s for all the proverbial marbles. To help you prepare for this very important week’s action here’s a look at my Top 30 defensive linemen, linebackers, and defensive backs for Week 17 of the 2011 season in IDP leagues.

David Grey The Grey Report - Week 17 The Grey Report - Week 17
David Grey, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 29, 2011
Don't forget to set your lineup without consulting the Grey Report, Because Not All Matchups are Black and White. Any have a safe and Happy New Year. Good luck to those still playing this week.


Ron Anish Start/Bench: Week 17 Start/Bench: Week 17
Ron Anish, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 28, 2011
The key to choosing your lineup in week 17 is finding the guys with something to play for whether that is the playoffs or just pride.  Those teams that have already clinched home field advantage or cannot move up in the playoff seedings have plenty of land mines waiting for you.  Tread carefully.

Marc Griffis Week 17: Fantasy Season's Greetings Week 17: Fantasy Season's Greetings
Marc Griffis, Fantasy Football Staff Writer
Dec 28, 2011
Happy Holidays! Was your holiday weekend “happy” because you won your league’s fantasy trophy? Or were you forced to smile all weekend knowing that your team suffered another agonizing defeat this fantasy season? Let’s take a look at Week 16, and also take a dive into several key Week 17 matchups for those leagues wrapping up.

Matt Wilson In The Spotlight: Week 16 In Review In The Spotlight: Week 16 In Review
Matt Wilson, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 27, 2011
Did you miss out on some of the exciting happenings in Week 16 of the NFL because of last-minute holiday activities? Matt Wilson will get you all caught up as he puts Week 16 "In The Spotlight."

Gary Davenport IDP Waiver Wire: Week 17 IDP Waiver Wire: Week 17
Gary Davenport, Fantasy Football Senior Staff Writer
Dec 27, 2011
It’s the final week of the 2011 National Football League regular season, which means that the vast majority of Individual Defensive Player (IDP) leagues have wrapped up for the year, with congratulations being in order for all those prescient fantasy owners that guided their teams in a successful quest for IDP glory this year.


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