To find out who jumped into the top 100, tune into NFL Network tomorrow night (Thursday) at 8 pm. Read More
Ultimately, someone on the periphery could decide the outcome of this game, like so many other Super Bowls. It could be someone who did not dominate Media Day and the interview sessions leading up to the big game. Both teams have waited a long time to return to this stage – since the 1994 season for the Niners and since 2000 for the Ravens, so here are some of the things to keep an eye on during Super Sunday. Read More
For the second year in a row the prospect of two brothers coaching against each other in the Super Bowl is a tangible one based on Sunday’s conference championship games. Read More
Our fantasy guru, James Morris, provides a Sunday update to help you set your fantasy football lineup for Week 17 Read More
Not all fantasy leagues last until Week 17 of the NFL season, but for those that do there’s plenty at stake during the final week of the 2012 regular season. We turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, for his weekly lineup advice. Read More
Fantasy Football championships will be handed out this weekend, so for championship caliber advice, we turn to James Morris, our fantasy guru, for his weekly projections. Read More
Having trouble finalizing your fantasy lineup for your crucial Week 15 game? Don’t worry, our fantasy guru, James Morris, provides his weekly lineup advice here: Read More
Week 15 is a huge week in fantasy football with the semifinals taking place in most leagues. We turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, to answer the questions of many fans. Read More
There are plenty of defensive coordinators around the NFL that can scheme against one great wide receiver and completely take him out of the game. That receiver might have a couple of catches for a few yards, but never threaten to change the complexion of the game. They feel confident that they can handle the number two receiver, the tight end, etc.
The Miami Dolphins look to run their road record to a perfect 5-0 in Baltimore this week as they also look for their first win over the Ravens since their OT victory in 2007. This will be the 10th all-time meeting between the teams, with the Fins holding a 5-4 advantage in the previous nine, though Baltimore has come out on top in each of the last two games, both of which were doing the 2008 season (27-13 in October and 27-9 in the playoffs).