Week 14 of the fantasy football season is upon us and to help you get your lineup set for a crucial week, we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, for his weekly projections. Read More
With another Sunday of fantasy football action right around the corner, we turn to our fantasy expert James Morris, to provide guidance as you set your fantasy lineup. Read More
Our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope take a look back at Week 9 in the fantasy football season and shine the spotlight on several players that could be worth adding to your fantasy roster for Week 10. Read More
Week 9 of the fantasy season begins tomorrow night in San Diego, so we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, to provide answers to several questions on the minds of fantasy owners this Halloween. Read More
Our Fantasy guru, James Morris, has provide fantasy breakdowns of the quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers in recent weeks, but now he turns his attention to a position that is becoming more and more important in fantasy football: the tight end. Check out his 2012 fantasy tight end rankings here:
1) Rob Gronkowski: Gronk is without question one of the top two players at the TE position, and almost never came off the field last season.
Michael Fabiano is the master of all-things fantasy football and the fantasy football editor for both NFL.com and the NFL Network. We called him up last night so as to get an idea of how the rookie class of 2011 projects fantasy-wise, particularly some of the guys drafted by the Dolphins. One of the first things he said to us was some pretty cool news: he has Dolphins running back Daniel Thomas rated as the number-one ranked fantasy player in this entire rookie class.
The Miami Dolphins look to run their road record to a perfect 4-0 in Cincinnati this week as they also look for their first win against the Bengals since 2000. This will be the 19th all-time meeting between the teams, with the Fins having won 13 of the previous 18, but the Bengals were the winners the last two times they met, in December of 2007 and September of 2004.