Our fantasy expert, James Morris, provides his inside analysis of the latest fantasy football developments following Sunday’s Week 10 games. Read More
James Morris, our fantasy guru, provides his advice on fantasy football trades as well as providing the latest news and notes to help prepare your team for week nine of the fantasy football season. 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
Managing a fantasy football team can be like the playing the stock market; you always want to “buy low” and “sell high” when making trades to upgrade your roster. This week our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope give your their opinions on several players who have substantially surprised or drastically disappointed fantasy owners this far in 2012. Read More
Our fantasy guru, James Morris, delivers his “start ‘em” and “sit ‘em” advice as well as plenty of injury updates to help get your fantasy team ready for Sunday. Read More
The first Sunday of the 2012 fantasy football is now in the books, and just like the NFL there were winners and losers. However your team performed, it’s important to remember, a first week win doesn’t guarantee you a playoff spot and an opening week loss doesn’t spell doom for your fantasy team. 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 “Hammer” talks with the guys about his Hammertime Podcast with Tom Heckert Jr, the Browns General Manager, as he previews Sunday’s Dolphins-Browns contest. Don’t miss Hank’s opinions on several key games around the league this weekend.