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
Fantasy Football championships will be handed out this weekend, so for championship caliber advice, we turn to James Morris, our fantasy guru, for his weekly projections. Read More
Week 13 was a crucial week in fantasy football for many, with the fantasy playoffs beginning next week in many leagues. We turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, to review the good, the bad and the ugly from Week 13 in fantasy football. 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
Week 12 of the fantasy football season is already well underway; as 202 points were put on the scoreboard in an action-packed trio of Thanksgiving Day games. For guidance as you get your roster ready for Sunday, we turn it over to our fantasy guru, James Morris: Read More
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
Week 4 of the NFL season is here, and we all have fantasy teams ranging from 3-0 to 0-3, and every in between. Our fantasy guru Read More
With preseason games now underway, time for part two of our 2012 Fantasy Football Preview. Last week, James Morris examined the quarterbacks. Now he profiles the running backs:
1) Arian Foster: We start with the #1 player that should be taken in any fantasy draft format. He isn’t without risk as the Texans lost veteran RT Eric Winston and RG Mike Brisiel in free agency, but the zone-blocking scheme should guarantee continued success.
This is not a glamour position on the offensive side of the football, but one of importance moving forward in 2012 for the Miami Dolphins. Big bodies asked to be stout and strong as they run block, but have the agility to get outside and lead running back Reggie Bush outside on the edge! The Dolphins were very fortunate last season to avoid injury at this position, seeing the same lineup in 14 of 16 regular season games!
The start of the game on Sunday at Sun Life Stadium couldn’t have went any better for the Miami Dolphins (4-9). The special teams stayed hot and a blocked punt by Jimmy Wilson set up the Miami offense at the Philadelphia Eagles 15-yard line. Quarterback Matt Moore took over from there and hit wide receiver Brandon Marshall to take a quick 7-0 lead, but it went downhill fast from there!