With the first weekend of the NFL Playoffs in the books I wanted to share a few thoughts. Continue reading “Wild Card Weekend Thoughts: Kirk Cousins, Blair Walsh, And Cincinnati’s Bungles”
I took a look back at my preseason picks for the AFC and saw some good (Hello AFC West!), some not so good (Dolphins, Adam? Really?), and some down right ugly choices (Mulligan on Baltimore, please). Continue reading “NFL Playoffs 2015: AFC Wild Card Weekend Primer”
You know what’s great about fantasy football? The fact that it gives you a reason to be engaged in even the least meaningful NFL games of the week. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Players We’re Thankful For, Week 12 Waiver Targets”
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”
This game lost a little bit of its shine for me once it was reported that Andrew Luck would be forced to miss his second consecutive start due to injury.
Not to say there still isn’t plenty of intrigue. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Thursday Night Football Audibles For Colts Vs. Texans”
Injuries are starting to mount for quite a few fantasy stars (and emerging options as well).
Just when Tevin Coleman started rolling a rib injury may force him to miss multiple weeks. Drew Brees and Tony Romo both went down with injuries that will cause them to miss multiple weeks. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Week 3 Waiver Targets”
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”
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”
It isn’t enough to just collect all of the best offensive talent when constructing your fantasy rosters. A good Defense/Special Teams (D/ST) can go a long way towards getting you in the playoffs and even
stealing sealing a victory when you need one the most. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2014: Top-10 D/ST Units To Target For Fantasy Football”
The quarterback position is the most important position in fantasy football.
Go ahead and disagree. I say that without a hint of reservation or sarcasm. It doesn’t make sense to place the hopes of a well drafted team in the hands of someone who isn’t going to consistently give you the production you need from, what should be, the steadiest spot on your roster. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2014: Fantasy Football Quarterback Tiers Done My Way”