It’s time to go inside the matchup one last time this year, as The Finsiders crew breaks down Sunday’s game against the Jets. Read More
In a series leading up to the start of Dolphins training camp later this month, The Finsiders will be bringing you positional breakdowns of each team in the AFC East in anticipation of the upcoming season. Here’s a quick primer regarding running backs in the division. Read More
Each Friday this season, James Morris will swing by The Finsiders blog to drop his insight on the fantasy action in the weekend ahead. Read More
Week 15 brings some significant injuries that can and will drastically effect your fantasy football playoffs. We’re now in round 2 and with just one more week to go (two in some formats) every single point is important. So make sure you check back all the way up to kick-off as we give you all the news and info you will need on the injury front to get the healthy players in and the hurt players out. Read More
Week 15 is a crucial playoff week for many fantasy owners and Jon Cope of our fantasy team shines the spotlight on several players who may be worthwhile additions to your team. Read More
Week 14 is a huge week in fantasy football with the playoffs beginning in many leagues. Our fantasy guru, James Morris, provides answers to many questions that fantasy football owners are debating this week. Read More
Week 11 was a wild week of fantasy football with the Texans and Jaguars taking the fantasy stage and combining for 80 points and over 1,000 yards of total offense in an overtime shootout. To recap the week 11 action and to help you get your team ready for week 12, we turn to our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope. Read More
Whether you’re team is 3-0 or 0-3, there are always plenty ways to upgrade your roster on a weekly basis in fantasy football. Our fantasy team Read More
The Dolphins obviously addressed some definite needs on offense during the 2011 NFL Draft, bringing in a stud interior offensive lineman (Mike Pouncey), an every-down running back (Daniel Thomas), a deep threat wide receiver (Edmond Gates), and a versatile pass-catching tight end (Charles Clay). What about the rest of the division, though? We know that the Bills had the third overall pick and that the Pats had 600 total selections, but what did those teams (and the Jets) end up doing and will it lead to increased toughness in the AFC East in 2011?
With so many mock drafts continuing to suggest that the Dolphins will take Alabama RB Mark Ingram at #15 and with my continued assertion that he isn’t worth drafting at that position because “running backs are a dime a dozen,” I figured it was time to share with you some of the other RBs who could have an impact in this year’s draft.