The Best Rookie Quarterbacks in the NFL

At the halfway point in the season, it’s fair to say that not all of the football pundits’ predictions have come true as far as rookies are concerned. Here, however, are a few young quarterbacks that are living up to their potential and could have some relevance for fantasy sport in the future.

Carson Wentz (Philadelphia Eagles)

Submitted by: Payton on November 03, 2016

New York Governor Signs Bill to Allow Daily Fantasy Sports

ALBANY, N.Y.— (Associated Press) - Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law Wednesday to allow the resumption of daily fantasy sports in New York.

The measure calls the popular online contests a “game of skill.” That legal definition resolves the central argument in a lawsuit brought against the country’s two top fantasy-sports companies by the state attorney general. He had likened the online matches to illegal gambling operations based on chance.

Submitted by: CCostigan on August 03, 2016

Daily Fantasy Sports Operator Launches in Australasia

London – Oulala.com, the daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator and B2B provider, will unveil its monetised platform for Australasia and the Indian subcontinent at the beginning of the new football season.

The latest expansion of the European daily fantasy football site is a white label agreement between OulalaGames and Cardinal House Group, the Australian registered B2B and B2C provider of online social gaming products and real money gambling platforms.

Submitted by: Anonymous on July 26, 2016

Michael Conforto Red Hot DFS Value

Michael Conforto Red Hot DFS Value

Michael Conforto is now hitting .455 since being called back up to the majors.

The Mets outfielder is priced at $3600 at DraftKings.  He’s been hovering between $3100 and $4300.

Conforto was starting in center field for the first time in his Major League career Sunday, making his debut the day prior.

Submitted by: Dan Shapiro on July 24, 2016

Max Scherzer Daily Fantasy MLB Value July 23

Max Scherzer (10-6) came away with a no-decision Sunday, despite allowing just one run on six hits and a walk over seven innings, while striking out seven in an 18-inning loss to the Pirates.

Scherzer off a no-decision needs some serious consideration Saturday July 23 as the right-hander is ranked number two in ESPN.com’s Fantasy rankings.

It doesn’t hurt that he’ll be going up against the San Diego Padres, a team he has allowed just 15 hits off of in 114 at bats (this against the current Padres roster). 

Submitted by: Dan Shapiro on July 20, 2016