I’ve heard it all since news broke that Chip Kelly won’t be coaching the Philadelphia Eagles anymore. Continue reading “What Really Caused Chip Kelly’s Demise In Philadelphia & How He Can Bounce Back In The NFL”
On Bye: Tennessee Titans, New England Patriots
Before I get into telling you about guys you probably will curse me for later (I apologize for Chris Polk and Brandon Weeden being bad football players), let’s talk about the power of knowing your situation. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Week 4 Waiver Wire Targets”
Week 2 of the NFL season is done, and for some so are your fantasy hopes. Yes I realize how ridiculous that last statement sounded but the really ridiculous part is some people actually feel that way.
Don’t. This is when it can get really fun. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Thoughts On Eagles Troubles, Odell Beckham Jr.’s Breakout and More”
Division and playoff predictions are tricky in the NFL.
Every week a team can look like a “team to beat” or the worst team you’ve ever seen. With the NFL only playing 16 games, one could put themselves in a situation to be roundly criticized for picking the wrong team without the benefit of hindsight. Continue reading “2015 NFL Preview: NFC Division Predictions”
Wanna know how to be bold in fantasy football? Pick a name or names you really like for the season and predict that player to reach heights only you believe imaginable. Boldly predict that their success isn’t solely predicated on another man’s failure, but on talent that can’t be suppressed by veterans or newcomers. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Nine Bold Fantasy Football Predictions For ’15”
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″
We finally have real football. No more guessing or wondering what players will look like. We have tape, competition, and I have opinions on what I saw. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Five Takeaways From Week 1 Of The Preseason & Some Fantasy Football Musings”
With NFL OTAs wrapping up and Minicamp set to begin next week, there are plenty of storylines to monitor as the 2015 NFL season approaches. Here are seven I think are worth following. Continue reading “NFL 2015: 90 Days From Kickoff, Here Are 7 Storylines To Keep An Eye On Heading Into Minicamp”
It might be time to start giving head college football coaches the benefit of the doubt, again.
Why? Well, for starters, Chip Kelly sent the NFL offseason into a frenzy with a flurry of moves that many people couldn’t or didn’t want to understand. Of course these moves happened a year after an offseason in which Chip Kelly had already made moves others couldn’t or didn’t want to understand.
Then came the predictable chorus from naysayers. Continue reading “2015 NFL Draft: Chip Kelly, Others Proving College Style “System” May Change NFL Culture”
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”