Week 15 of the NFL regular season is the crucial playoff semifinals for many fantasy owners, and to recap all of the action, we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, who takes a look at the winners & losers of the week in fantasy football. Read More
Week 15 brings some significant injuries that can and will drastically effect your fantasy football playoffs. We’re now in round 2 and with just one more week to go (two in some formats) every single point is important. So make sure you check back all the way up to kick-off as we give you all the news and info you will need on the injury front to get the healthy players in and the hurt players out. Read More
Week 13 is the final regular season week in many fantasy leagues, so our fantasy guru, James Morris, answers many questions from fantasy owners in his weekly Q & A session. 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
Our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope answer a few questions to help you fill out your lineup this week. 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 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.
The running back position is an interesting one. While the value of the franchise quarterback has increased exponentially in recent years, we’ve seen a bit of a shift as far as RB value goes. The term “dime a dozen” gets used a lot when discussing the guys that smash head-first into the trenches 20+ times a game. With so much emphasis on the passing game, teams are less and less likely to use high draft picks or big money on a RB, though there are some exceptions.
The Dolphins cornerback has a candid conversation with fellow defensive back, Sam Madison, and the rest of The Finsiders as Sean talks about the dominance displayed by the defensive unit in recent weeks. Don’t miss Smith’s entertaining response when asked about Kevin Burnett’s interception return for a touchdown against the Raiders.
Kevin Burnett intercepted a Carson Palmer pass and ran it back for a touchdown–the first Dolphin to do so since Vontae Davis against Buffalo in 2009–to cap the Miami scoring, as the Fins did Jim Mandich proud on the day that the Mad Dog was put up in the team’s Honor Roll.