Fantasy football is full of ups and downs through the season, and week 7 was no exception with 9 touchdowns in each the Titans-Bills game and the Saints-Buccaneers contest. Our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope reviews all of the week 7 action and helps you get prepared for week 8. 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
Week 5 of the fantasy season is here, and many owners are scrambling to fill-out their lineups with four teams on bye this weekend and numerous injuries around the league. Our fantasy of James Morris and Jon Cope provide thier answers to several questions that are atop of the minds of fantasy owners this week. Read More
Week 4 of the fantasy season was filled with big-time performances, including some eye-popping numbers by the Dolphins. Our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope recap all of the fantasy news from an eventful week, and let you know which players might be available to help your team in week 5. Read More
There are winners and losers every week in the NFL, and the same goes for those playing fantasy football. Let’s take a look at who was a winner and deserves a pat on the back, and who was a loser and will not be getting a Christmas card from your family this year. Read More
For the many of you that have your 2011 Fantasy Football drafts in one of the next several nights, here’s a quick look at the running back and wide receiver positions.
The strategy with running backs has changed drastically in the last 5-10 years of fantasy football. The predominant strategy used to be to take an RB in each of the 1st two rounds and then possibly a 3rd back in round 4 or 5 because you couldn’t win in Fantasy without elite running backs.
With the start of the NFL Draft now less than a week away, it’s time to start analyzing what the decision makers are saying. Yesterday, Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland met with the media and discussed several of the big Fins-related issues that are coming around the corner, both in the draft and in free agency. John Congemi breaks it all down…
Jeff Ireland’s Pre-Draft Press Conference
Jeff Ireland stepped to the podium yesterday and had a lot to say about the process and evaluations that have been taking place leading up to this year’s draft.
With so many mock drafts continuing to suggest that the Dolphins will take Alabama RB Mark Ingram at #15 and with my continued assertion that he isn’t worth drafting at that position because “running backs are a dime a dozen,” I figured it was time to share with you some of the other RBs who could have an impact in this year’s draft.
Ryan Williams is quite familiar with the Dolphins’ home field of Sun Life Stadium. This past November Williams ran for 142 yards and 2 TD’s on just 14 carries in propelling Virginia Tech to a 31-17 victory over the University of Miami.
Williams ran for over 1,600 yards in 2009 for the Hokies, but only ran for 477 yards in 2010 due to injury and a 3-back rotation implemented by Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer.