Our fantasy guru, James Morris, provides a Sunday update to help you set your fantasy football lineup for Week 17 Read More
Before they headed out to San Francisco on Friday, the Dolphins practiced for a final time before Sunday’s game against the 49ers. 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
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.
The wide receiver position is an interesting one moving forward for the Miami Dolphins in 2012 because the offensive philosophy will change for the third time in a three-year span! Players and fans alike are assuming more timing and rhythm throws in anticipation of the west coast offense that head coach Joe Philbin has run in the past.
DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVER SITUATION:
One trait that shouldn’t change is that Brandon Marshall should still be productive in any offensive scheme!
Kim Bokamper gives his analysis of the Giants game and the areas in which the Fins fell short in the 4th quarter. Also, Sam Madison breaks down the defensive issues that the Dolphins experienced on Sunday.
Hear all of the action from Sunday’s game vs. the Giants by listening to the radio calls of Jimmy Cefalo, Joe Rose, and Bob Griese.
With many fantasy drafts happening this week and early next week, it’s time to begin our 2011 fantasy football coverage! We’ll start with the quarterback position and why not? It’s a position that in most scoring formats earns more points than any other spot.
There are plenty of defensive coordinators around the NFL that can scheme against one great wide receiver and completely take him out of the game. That receiver might have a couple of catches for a few yards, but never threaten to change the complexion of the game. They feel confident that they can handle the number two receiver, the tight end, etc.