Week 10 of the fantasy football season is here, and with bye weeks and injuries galore, we turn to our fantasy expert, James Morris, for his weekly lineup advice. 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
You’ve made it to the come-to place for all your injury news and updates so you can win your fantasy league in week 5. Check back before the games start throughout the day as I will update the page with any news you need to know. Read More
Week 5 of the NFL season is hitting a lot of fantasy teams hard because the Lions, Cowboys, Raiders and Buccaneers are all on a bye this week. To help you prepare your fantasy lineup for Sunday, we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, for his weekly “Start ‘em & Sit ‘em” lineup advice. Read More
With all the talk about when the time will be right for Ryan Tannehill to take the reigns of the Dolphins offense, I think it could be helpful to look at another team that was recently in a similar situation. A very similar situation.
In 2011, the Tennessee Titans introduced a first-time head coach (Mike Munchak), drafted a quarterback #8 overall (Jake Locker) and brought in a veteran QB (Matt Hasselbeck) in free agency.
It’s a reasonable question. When a team invests the eighth overall pick in a player, fans expect him to play.
And if Miami would have selected a wide receiver or a guard or a linebacker with their first round pick, you can almost be assured that he would be all but penciled in atop the depth chart.
The most important position in football is quarterback. You can try and argue with me about it, but I won’t change my mind. It is all about the QB. Last week, I took a look at five quarterbacks that could be on the move in the weeks ahead: Carson Palmer, Donovan McNabb, Kevin Kolb, Marc Bulger, and Tyler Thigpen.
As far as the Dolphins go, they’ll be signing (or possibly trading for) a quarterback once they’re able to do so – this has been made clear by both GM Jeff Ireland and Head Coach Tony Sparano all summer.