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
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
Whether you’re fantasy team is 2-5 or 5-2 heading into week 8, it’s a big week for all as the fantasy playoffs approach. Our fantasy guru, James Morris, gives his “Start ‘Em & Sit ‘Em” lineup advice to help you set your team for Sunday. Read More
Our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope answer a few questions to help you fill out your lineup this week. Read More
During Week 3 of the NFL season we start to see more trades in fantasy football as teams give up on players and salivate over others. Already this week our fantasy guru James Morris has been flooded with questions about possible trade scenarios. Before giving you his weekly “start ‘em” and “sit ‘em” advice, James provides a few rules for trading in fantasy football. Read More
The first Sunday of the 2012 fantasy football is now in the books, and just like the NFL there were winners and losers. However your team performed, it’s important to remember, a first week win doesn’t guarantee you a playoff spot and an opening week loss doesn’t spell doom for your fantasy team. 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
Miami Dolphins Head Coach Joe Philbin came to the podium at his daily press conference today and announced that rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill would be the starter. This news isn’t shocking considering the progress Tannehill has shown throughout training camp and in his two appearances in the preseason games.
It’s funny how things worked out for Tannehill. It took a injury to quarterback David Garrard to open this competition up again and the fact that quarterback Matt Moore didn’t get the best effort from his supporting cast last Friday night in Carolina.
It’s a reasonable question. When a team invests the eighth overall pick in a player, fans expect him to play.
And if Miami would have selected a wide receiver or a guard or a linebacker with their first round pick, you can almost be assured that he would be all but penciled in atop the depth chart.
Once it became evident where Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III would be selected, any pre-draft intrigue disappeared. Instead, Ryan Tannehill became the man of the hour, prompting an onslaught of attention and analysis.
At this point, you likely have a good handle on how Tannehill’s experience–or lack thereof–at Texas A&M has prepared him for the NFL.