If yesterday was Thanksgiving, then today is Black Friday with all the goodies in store for you. From a fantasy perspective obviously. The Defenders and Keeper rankings are nice and are the biggest differential to be had in the game. The midfielders and forwards are def the staple items. You need to have a City player, you need to have an investment in a certain grouping of strikers. These are just great rules of thumb as it relates to FPL. I don’t claim to be the shelter from a rain storm, but I do sell some of the best umbrellas. Ya dig? With the returns of some key players and the departure of some others from the international break period it is making the front 8 selection process a muddled up beast. The biggest crunch that I am noticing right now is the move away from the power three forwards to more of a power two and then finding the funds to have coverage from the key players and the under-owned ones…cough…Alexis. So one week at a time my friends and one or maybe two transfers at a time as well. Good luck this week and here are the rankings for the middies and strikers. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
As always, the second post is usually the more awaited of the week. Why? It’s the same reason that people love the home run, the touchdown, or the over. It is no different when we start talking about the middies and strikers for the week. We fall in love with the goals and the tallies that come along with them. All just facts. Also a fact is that like always the rankings are always based on price, match-up, form and common sense. So if you disagree… say so. I am here for your service in this FPL game that we all love so much. So enjoy the rankings, long intro’s are for squares and for people who don’t really have much to say so they make it long winded. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Yikes folks, three-game weeks in 10 days and if you don’t have the need for adult diapers, now may be the time. Excitement personified! This is the last stretch run of games that come in succession like this for the rest of the year, and if you are big proponent of taking a minus and not having it affect you this is the time. I say that because if you simply take a minus a week for the next 3 and set yourself up with one player for the week, and one for the DGW in 34 w/ United, Soton, and Palace… you will be ahead of the game and hold onto that coveted wildcard for the better looking DGW fixtures after Week 34. But what the heck do I know? Enjoy the week. Happy transferring and here are the Week 30 FPL rankings for all positions. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re once again giving you our loves and hates for each week in a segment called “Start ‘Em and Sit ‘Em”. You should know the drill, but if you don’t, we pick one option from each position. Pretty cut and dry, and quite simply… basic. It is more based on my feelings and gut approach for the week’S upcoming and changes from week-to-week. I look at match-ups and form to formulate my craziness. It’s like musical chairs, without all the screaming kids and regretful feeling of loss. So sit back, relax, and have a look at who we would start and sit based on match-ups and value. It’s Fantasy Premier League Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em, Week 28 (plus a sleeper/under-owned fella that should be owned and isn’t).Please, blog, may I have some more?
I’m going back to full bundling-mode for this week. I wanted to see what kind of sitters we saw midweek from the YCL line-ups, and I was right… they were zero-point “none” help. So I do apologize if it completely messed up your OCD schedule of FPL goodies for the week. Now go wash your hands again, and again, and one more time. Cool? Cool. So Week 15 is upon us and it brings up a rampant schedule of three games in basically eight days. What that means is mass hysteria, but in a good way. For me, it just means from a constant standpoint: the next few days will be basically me typing, podcasting, and then retyping again. No worries, I didn’t really have a life anyways. I am a man of the people and you my fellow readers are my people. So a couple bits of advice for the first three fixtures we have, just in case I forget. First, don’t go super crazy with transfers to get a minus 8 or 12. You get a free one in basically two days from lock. Second, watch the yellow card situations of some players, kinda the Costa affect, but if a guy you are thinking about has 3 or 4 yellows and you are worried about the accumulation factor, downshift and transfer into someone else. Third, enjoy your riches from Aguero. You do not have to spend them all in one place. Though I think it’s impossible. Save some for later, because he will be back. Onto the ranks of the lads for Week 15 in the FPL, cheers and good luck!Please, blog, may I have some more?
This is it folks. The whole magilla. The end of the road and the close to a spectacular season of fantasy soccer here at Razzball. I want to express my gratitude to all the readers, commentators and the powers that be at Razzball, a special shout to Jay, for giving me this opportunity to bring you quality advice from a fun approach in the Razzball tradition. So here we have the finale to the rankings for the 2015/2016 FPL season. I would say it’s now or never but that would be cliche and extremely too late. The best advice this week is don’t go crazy taking minuses, don’t make extreme gambles and go chalk with the rankings. The high priced guys are high priced for a reason and this week the match-ups are in your favor and if you own them good. Now go own more or as many as possible that can fit into your roster budget. So here are the rankings for the final week of the season, I hope you all win your mini leagues or achieve the highest overall rank to date. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
This is it my friends. I know that I am being semi-presumptuous that we are mates, but for the sense of suspense, let’s just pretend that we are. And I promise to stop stalking you on social media. Fair? Yeah, I thought so, DM canceled. So week 37 is here and the differentials that exist are different than the previous week of doubles in 34. By differentials, I mean that the dispersion of talent is very broad-based here. There are a ton more lesser names to be rostered this week than the star power that previously existed in the double of days gone by. Transfer ideas this week, start and end with guys on doubles. End sentence. I know the Villa and Newcastle fixture is so tempting, but where does that leave you for next week when the Toons play the Spurs? All about the doubles. I just want to keep instilling that into your minds. Rankings this week reflect the doubles, as they should with only two weeks remaining. Two pieces of advice this week… First don’t be afraid of the minus, as it doesn’t hurt you as much as you think with guys on two games. Secondly, if you are rostering Kane, Sanchez, and Aguero, you need to get rid of one and only one as all three have favorable fixtures in week 38. So here is this week’s rankings. Good luck and cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
This week’s rankings are condensed like soup. Add the double week, and you have yourself a meal. There are a ton of one game options that could make sense to try and squeeze out some value. And by ton, I mean maybe a handful. Doubling up this week is all the fad, its like the regular Oreo good, but with double the filling. So twice the sugar, adrenaline, and hype of regular game weeks. Whether you choose to maximize your roster via the WC or one of the chips at your disposal, you need to have a minimum of 8 DGW guys playing this week in order to keep up with the Jones’s. United, Arsenal, and Liverpool look like the best three options to max out your roster to three from each squad. Whether or not all players play both fixtures, well… I am not the Amazin’ Kreskin and not the best guesser on the planet, second best maybe. So transfer wisely, use good judgement and if you need to take a minus to get points back in your chase now is not the time to be all scared of the repercussions. You will make it up just on minimal returns of a guy playing two games. So the minus is not a deterrent for success this week and Doubles rule all! Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
This stretch of games is like an O.C.D. paradise. Games two days off, then repeat. Three sets of games in no time flat is fun as hell if you love the fantasy footie game. Thing with this week’s games are there are a few games that feature really good teams that are struggling to give good fantasy returns (Man City and Leicester), and then there are a few matches that are fitting clubs that are mutually beneficial fantasy-wise that are seeming to sap the fantasy thunder (Everton/West Ham and Spurs/Arsenal). So no worries, we trudge along and rank guys accordingly and see how they fit with your roster. Remember that next week is a worse blank than Week 27 so transfer smart and don’t get all greedy. There are eight teams off next week, with 23 players owned over 10% on those teams. That is a huge obstacle to overcome, so don’t compound that by bringing in another guy that you will need to remedy with next week. As always good luck and cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Abbreviated schedules leads to a short week, which leads to less time for all my nine children. No worries though, as I don’t actually think fish qualify as children, just don’t tell the IRS. This week has all the teams in action and none to soon. Last week was a rough scramble with just four teams on the blank. This week, transfer-wise, is all about setting yourself up for Week 30 and the future of the double game weeks. First things first though, there are games to be played today and the rankings are here for you to do some last minute ins and outs and buys and sells. Short weeks are fun, it just pains my liver more because it goes from early morning beers on Saturday and Sunday to midday beers on Tuesday and Wednesday. That is why the best way to describe Fantasy Footie is tasty, served in a glass and multiple times during the day. So go get a brew, a comfy chair or porcelain throne and enjoy the rankings for Week 28 of the FPL. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?