Now that we’re down to the Elite Eight of the 2012 NFL Playoffs, the stakes are even higher – as in a berth in the conference championship. Read More
Here are my four key takeaways from Sunday’s 27-13 loss in San Francisco: 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 12 delivered many highs and lows for fantasy owners and our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope recap the action while also taking a look at several players that might be able to help your team in Week 13. Read More
With Sunday’s NFL games kicking off in hours, we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, for last-minute injury updates to help you set your fantasy lineup for Week 11. 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
The NFL trade deadline isn’t the only trade deadline approaching; many fantasy football leagues have their deadlines coming up in the next several weeks. We turn to our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope for analysis on which players owners should trade for and which players owners should consider trading away. Read More
There are winners and losers every week in the NFL, and the same goes for those playing fantasy football. Let’s take a look at who was a winner and deserves a pat on the back, and who was a loser and will not be getting a Christmas card from your family this year. Read More
Because he starred locally at the University of Miami, fan expectations for Lamar Miller, the Dolphins’ fourth-round selection, are high heading into his rookie season. Miller recently spoke with John Congemi and Sam Madison about his expectations heading into training camp and how’s had to adjust to practicing in an NFL offense. Here’s what he had to say:
On transitioning from being a Miami Hurricane to a Miami Dolphin:
“It’s very special just staying at home, playing on my home field at Sun Life Stadium.
For the many of you that have your 2011 Fantasy Football drafts in one of the next several nights, here’s a quick look at the running back and wide receiver positions.
The strategy with running backs has changed drastically in the last 5-10 years of fantasy football. The predominant strategy used to be to take an RB in each of the 1st two rounds and then possibly a 3rd back in round 4 or 5 because you couldn’t win in Fantasy without elite running backs.