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Looking to join a league?

If you are looking for a Fantasy Football League to join...look no further! GameDay Mafia is always looking for fantasy "mobsters" to join our community of fantasy sports enthusiasts. We will be opening fantasy football leagues for enrollment in the very near future, and we would certainly welcome you into our mob!! Our "cosa nostra" is your "cosa nostra". Please email us at expressing your interest in joining us, and we will respond as immediately as possible. 

Free leagues AND money leagues are both available. Email us for more information. 

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The NFL Draft is over, rosters are taking shape, and fantasy relevance is fluid.  Now what??

When the spectacle that is the NFL Draft has come and gone, we are often left to wait for the next moment of football relevance. In fantasy football, research is relevant, if not paramount, and you do not have to wait to get started. As players sign with new teams in free agency, get traded to new teams, get brought up and signed to the 53-man roster from the practice squad, or enter the NFL fold via the draft, the fantasy landscape is constantly vacillating. Fantasy-relevant players values are rising and/or falling  based on constant player movement, and if you have intentions of winning your league, or even being competitive, you are going to need to be "in the know". Together, we can make sure that we all stay "in the know". 

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Top NFL  Headlines

If the Tampa Bay Buccaneers said "F**k You!" to the Rooney Rule, it was in the nicest way possible. 

With all of the controversy surrounding the loopholes in the NFL's hiring practices, is it really surprising that teams are manipulating the system? The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' latest coaching news is just another example of how teams may be taking matters into their own hands. After the coaching carousel had finally stopped spinning, and all seemed right with the world, the Buccaneers announced that Bruce Arians was moving to the Front Office, and that Todd Bowles was taking over as Head Coach. Was this change planned all along? Does an internal coaching move such as this get the league's blessing, simply because Todd Bowles is a minority? There are many question still to be asked, and even more answers to find. 

Roster Construction zone

the mafia's top 10 "must-own" players at each position


  1. josh allen - buffalo bills

  2. patrick mahomes - kc chiefs

  3. justin herbert - la chargers

  4. tom brady - tb buccaneers

  5. aaron rodgers - gb packers

  6. joe burrow - cincinnati bengals

  7. Lamar Jackson - baltimore ravens

  8. matthew stafford - la rams

  9. jalen hurts - philadelphia eagles

  10. kyler murray - arizona cardinals

running backs

  1. jonathan taylor - indianapolis colts

  2. austin ekeler - la chargers

  3. dalvin cook - minnesota vikings

  4. derrick henry - tennessee titans

  5. najee harris - pittsburgh steelers

  6. alvin kamara - new orleans saints (L)*

  7. joe mixon - cincinnati bengals

  8. leonard fournette - tb buccaneers

  9. javonte williams - denver broncos

  10. cam akers - la rams

wide receivers

  1. cooper kupp - la rams

  2. devante adams - las vegas raiders

  3. justin jefferson - minnesota vikings

  4. ja'marr chase - cincinnati bengals

  5. deebo samuel - san francisco 49ers

  6. stefon diggs - buffalo bills

  7. aj brown - philadelphia eagles

  8. ceedee lamb - dallas cowboys

  9. mike evans - tampa bay buccaneers

  10. tyreek hill - miami dolphins

tight ends

  1. travis kelce - kansas city chiefs

  2. mark andrews - baltimore ravens

  3. darren waller - las vegas raiders

  4. kyle pitts - atlanta falcons

  5. george kittle - san francisco 49ers

  6. dalton schultz - dallas cowboys

  7. dallas goedert - philadelphia eagles

  8. tj hockenson - detroit lions

  9. zach ertz - arizona cardinals

  10. dawson knox - buffalo bills


  1. justin tucker - baltimore ravens

  2. matt gay - los angeles rams

  3. harrison butker - kansas city chiefs

  4. daniel carlson - las vegas raiders

  5. brandon mcmanus - denver broncos

  6. evan mcpherson - cincinnati bengals

  7. nick folk - new england patriots

  8. jake elliott - philadelphia eagles

  9. matt prater - arizona cardinals

  10. tyler bass - buffalo bills


  1. new orleans saints

  2. green bay packers

  3. philadelphia eagles

  4. buffalo bills

  5. baltimore ravens

  6. tampa bay buccaneers

  7. cincinnati bengals

  8. san francisco 49ers

  9. los angeles rams

  10. washington commanders

****This list will be put together by the GameDay Mafia Staff, and the published order of the players will be, in no way, designed to be in order of best to worst. We will list the Top 10 "must own" players at each position, decided by a combination of number of minutes played, percentage owned in leagues, highest upside potential, and overall production value (using ESPN's Player Rater). Players eligible for multiple positions will be listed at the position that they are most valuable, based on the depth of quality players at that particular position.   (L)* - Denotes Legal Issues Pending which may affect playing time/statistics

Waiver Wire targets

If you are chasing the "Chip", just drafting your team will not be enough, so we will help you navigate injuries, bye weeks, bad matchups, suspensions, and every other GameDay scenario that presents itself through the course of the season. We will be hitting the waiver wire looking for the obvious, as well as the not so obvious, players that can make an immediate and/or long-term impact to  improve your fantasy football championship chances. 

in-season offering -
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****This list will be put together by the GameDay Mafia Staff, and designed to be in no particular order. We will be focusing on players that are owned in less than 50% of all ESPN Fantasy Football leagues, and based on factors such as "Bye" weeks, injuries and statistical analysis. 

start 'em, sit 'em

As the NFL season kicks off, we will kick off our coverage of players that you need to have in your starting lineup, and players that you want to have on your bench, for each fantasy week. We will be here for you all year long with our advice on how to handle your existing roster based on matchups, health of your players, Covid-related scenarios, and anything else that may arise throughout the season. It takes a village...and we have a village...of fantasy Mobsters. So Mob Up!!

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Trade Reviews


For as long as there has been fantasy football, there have been fantasy football trades. Agreeing on what makes a fair trade has been an issue for many leagues since the beginning of time. It is impossible to put yourself into the mind of another owner when it comes to rationalizing value, and that makes finding an equitable trades harder to execute. Sometimes a 3rd-party opinion has value, and we are willing to be that. Heck, we will opine on anything!! Whatcha got?!?

currently no trades to review

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