Gio Bernard (439 RuYards, 141 ReYards, 2 touchdowns) looks like a strong play tonight against a Cleveland Browns team that has been generous to the position all season.
Can I be the one to tell Browns fans that tonight isn’t going to be their night?
Thursday Night Football has offered up some great games for us this 2015 season but, unfortunately, this isn’t going to be one of those games. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Thursday Night Football Audibles For Browns Vs. Bengals”
The Vikings Stefon Diggs has 19 targets, 13 receptions, and 216 yards in two games. Considering the schedule and the competition it’s time you give him a run in your fantasy leagues.
It’s week 7, which means those of you who rely heavily on Bengals, Packers, Bears and Broncos are going to have a lot of roster work to do.
Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Week 7 Waiver Wire Targets, Bye Week Advice”
There is a lot to like about the Steelers, there are also a lot of questions. (Photo By/Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports)
This is the year the AFC gets a little crazy.
There isn’t a dominant team despite what fans want to believe. There are teams that are beginning to see a shift in their fortunes. Most of those teams play in the AFC East, which is where the root of the craziness could occur this season.
Continue reading “2015 NFL Preview: AFC Divisional Predictions”
Eddie Royal caught 62 passes for 778 yards and 7 touchdowns for the Chargers in 2014. This season he’ll play in the slot with the Chicago Bears. (Associated Press)
You will no doubt rely on them at least once this season. Those bargain players that get you by on a bye week or through a tough stretch of injuries or suspensions. They’re always on the waiver wire, a Branden Oliver or Chris Sims.
Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Fantasy Football “Bargain” Players (A.K.A. The Deep Sleepers) That Could Hit It Big In ’15″
Isaiah Crowell had an even more effective 2014 than his numbers (607 yards, 8 TD, 4.1 YPC) indicated and he’s in line to be the feature back in Cleveland.
I make no secret about my dream job in sports: to be the General Manager of an NFL or MLB team. Until then, I get my fix playing and writing about fantasy sports and giving opinions on sports topics.
Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: I Don’t Play Fantasy Football For Money, But Here Are 5 Tips If I Did”
Arik Armstead was chosen 17th overall by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2015 NFL Draft
the best of the draft, now it’s time to take a look at the teams I thought didn’t get it right. Some of the usual suspects (Jets, Browns, Oakland) won’t be mentioned this time around because I thought they made some pretty good picks overall.
Who made the worst list? Let’s see…
Continue reading “2015 NFL Draft: The Picks And Classes I Didn’t Like”
Garrett Grayson was a top-10 Quarterback in passing yards, efficiency, and touchdowns his seniior season at Colorado State. Will that translate to NFL success?
Garrett Grayson comes into the 2015 draft as the forgotten man at Quarterback.
Media coverage of Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota as the top two quarterback prospects in the class and the obsession of whether or not a running back will go in the first round have overshadowed Grayson and his potential to become a quality NFL starting quarterback.
Continue reading “Garrett Grayson: Breaking Down The 2015 NFL Draft’s Dark Horse Quarterback”
Marshawn Lynch is just one of the many contract issues the Seahawks must juggle this offseason.
I still can’t get over what happened.
Continue reading “Super Bowl Thoughts, and What’s Next For Seahawks, Patriots”
Blake Bortles has been named the starting quarterback in Jacksonville. Should you look to own him on your fantasy team? (Photo By: John Konstantaras/Getty Images North America)
Let me start by telling you all that I went a clean 4-0 last week in fantasy football. I know, hold your applause.
But really, though, there are so many people to thank.
Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2014: What’s Real, What’s Not On The Waivers After Week 3”
New York Giants Tight End Larry Donnell (12 receptions, 137 yards, TD) has become a key cog in the passing game for Eli Manning and the rest of the struggling group
We’re going to try to make this as consistent as possible as the season goes on. I seem to be creating quite the buzz when it comes to waiver pickups so I’m happy it’s at least useful.
Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2014: What’s Real, What’s Not On The Waivers After Week 2”