With Week 12 of the fantasy season getting underway early on Thursday with six teams hitting the gridiron, we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, to answer questions atop the minds of fantasy owners this week. Read More
For a preview of Week 11, the final week of the NFL season with a bye week, we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris. Read More
A wild weekend of fantasy football is now in the books, and we turn to our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope to recap all of the weekend’s action and to get you ready for week 11 of the fantasy season. Read More
As November hits, the push for the fantasy playoffs is in full swing so we turn to our fantasy expert, James Morris, for his insight heading into this weekend’s NFL slate. Read More
For those Dolphin fans who happened to start Jason Witten or Matthew Stafford; it’s safe to say it was a pretty good weekend all around. Our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope analyze all the week 8 fantasy action, and get you ready for week 9. Read More
So, you drafted the perfect team in your eyes, but now you have three guys on a bye and your depth chart is decimated by injuries… what do you do? Read More
With six NFL teams on a bye this week, the last thing any fantasy owner needs to deal with is an injured player sitting out at the last minute and putting up a big goose-egg on the scoreboard. Our fantasy guru, James Morris, provides the latest injury news from around the league. Read More
Despite the fact that the start of the regular season is still about five months away, yesterday’s schedule announcement was met with plenty of enthusiasm and excitement. While many things will change for the Dolphins and the 13 teams they’ll face this year between now and September, there are still some definite storylines to examine. Below we do just that, beginning with the opener at Houston:
Week 1 at Houston: The Dolphins open the Joe Philbin era on the road with a chance to remove the goose egg from their all-time record vs.
The Miami Dolphins attacked the 2011 NFL Draft by selecting quality players at positions of need on the offensive side of the football with their first four selections all going to offense. Needs at C, RB, speed WR/KR & TE were all addressed with selections of Mike Pouncey, Daniel Thomas, Edmond Gates, and Charles Clay. The only “need” position that Miami didn’t really address was at quarterback.
With just hours until the Carolina Panthers go on the clock with the first overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft, I figured I should take one more swing at what I think will happen with the Dolphins’ first round choice (#15).
Of course, it would be impossible to predict just one potential outcome, so here is a list of things, in no particular order, that could happen.