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
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
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
With so many fantasy starters sitting on the bench this week due to byes, owners are scrambling to find replacements on the waiver wire, their own bench, or via a trade. We turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, to help you set your lineup for this weekend. 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
Reggie Bush, Sean Smith, Chad Henne and Brandon Marshall are all featured in this edition of the Wednesday Locker Room Blitz. Don’t miss Brandon Marshall explain how he’s been scouting Browns CB Joe Haden.
The state of Florida has always been known for producing elite NFL defensive backs from the in-state colleges. The University of Miami has sent Ed Reed, Antrel Rolle and the late Sean Taylor to the NFL. Florida has produced former Dolphin safety Louis Oliver and current Browns cornerback Joe Haden. Not to be outdone, FSU can boast of Deion Sanders and LeRoy Butler.
There are obviously plenty of things to discuss when it comes to the Dolphins 13-10 loss to the Browns. For most folks, though, it all boils down to the play of the quarterback. Yesterday, the Dolphins QB, Chad Henne, threw three interceptions, including a semi-flukey one that lead to the Browns’ game-winning field goal. Our own QB, John Congemi, breaks down what he saw from Henne yesterday and gives us a glimpse of what could have been…
Guest Blog, by John Congemi:
As Cleveland and Miami traded punts and mistakes, it was the Dolphins that found a way to lose with a last minute turnover that gave the Browns the victory.
The Dolphins will look to improve to 7-5 on the season and keep their playoff hopes alive when they host the 4-7 Cleveland Browns this Sunday at Sun Life Stadium.
It’s no secret who the Dolphins defense will be keeping their eyes on during the game; he wears number 40 and is a human wrecking ball by the name of Peyton Hillis.
There are all kinds of stats floating around the Miami Dolphins about the more rushing yards they pick up, the greater their chances of winning are. Offensive coordinator Dan Henning said yesterday that the only stat he really cared about was that the Fins are 6-0 this year when scoring more points than the other team. That said, the magic number for Miami seems to be 130 yards on the ground.