Here are my five key takeaways from the Dolphins’ 37-3 loss to Tennessee: Read More
We are officially past the halfway point of the NFL season, and the injuries are piling up and causing chaos for fantasy owners. Our fantasy guru, James Morris, provides all the news and info you will need to make the best possible decisions to get you into the fantasy playoffs and have a shot at winning the league title. Read More
The good news about week 6 of the NFL season is that there are no serious injuries that will truly affect fantasy teams outside of Packers WR Greg Jennings being out. The Patriots and Giants get back stars Aaron Hernandez and Hakeem Nicks on a limited basis. Read More
You’ve made it to the come-to place for all your injury news and updates so you can win your fantasy league in week 5. Check back before the games start throughout the day as I will update the page with any news you need to know. Read More
With one week of the 2012 Fantasy Football season all complete, it’s time now for owners to look at ways to improve their teams through the waiver wire and trades. In case you missed it on Monday, take a look at a few players to consider adding off of the waiver wire. Read More
We’ve done the draft; we’ve looked at the waiver wire; now it is time to set those line-ups and take home the league title. Sometimes the hardest part of the fantasy season is deciding who to play out of the line-up full of studs every team seems to have. That is where I come in Read More
Here is the official Injury Report as released by the league for Sunday’s season opener in Houston between the Dolphins and the Texans. Read More
After two weeks of the fantasy season, it’s still very early, but never too early to look at upgrading your roster. Here are some players that might be available in your league:
The Miami Dolphins dropped another home game and fell to 0-2 this afternoon as they were defeated 23-13 by the Houston Texans at Sun Life Stadium.
Texans quarterback Matt Schaub threw for two touchdowns and 230 yards on 21-of-29 passing while running back Ben Tate finished his day with 103 yards on the ground.
The Dolphins, who trailed 16-3 at the half, had their chances, as they saw a 22-yard Dan Carpenter field goal attempt blocked and a 34-yard attempt sail wide left in the second quarter.