For those Dolphin fans who happened to start Jason Witten or Matthew Stafford; it’s safe to say it was a pretty good weekend all around. Our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope analyze all the week 8 fantasy action, and get you ready for week 9. Read More
The NFL trade deadline isn’t the only trade deadline approaching; many fantasy football leagues have their deadlines coming up in the next several weeks. We turn to our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope for analysis on which players owners should trade for and which players owners should consider trading away. Read More
Week 4 of the NFL season is here, and we all have fantasy teams ranging from 3-0 to 0-3, and every in between. Our fantasy guru Read More
Week 2 of the NFL season was no less hectic than week 1 for fantasy owners, as some stars shined while others fizzled out. Read More
Many fantasy football drafts are right around the corner, so it’s time for our fantasy guru, James Morris, to continue his 2012 Fantasy Football preview. After breaking down the quarterbacks and running backs in recent weeks, James turns his attention to the wide receiver position. Here are his wide receiver rankings based on standard (non-PPR) scoring formats::
1) Calvin Johnson: Megatron is the best WR in the NFL, and the race isn’t even close.
2012 Fantasy Draft Quarterback Preview
By: James Morris
The 2012 NFL season is finally here, and that also means it is time to gear up for some fantasy football! This season is even more special for the Dolphins organization because we are bringing you the inaugural season of the Miami Dolphins fantasy football section!
The hardest thing about playing fantasy football is navigating the news, info, injuries, waiver wire add/drops, trades and stats to make the best decisions possible week in and week out.
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.
The Fins held a halftime lead for the third time this season, but were unable to close it out, as they scored just three points in the final two quarters and watched a 14-10 lead after two disappear.
QB Matt Moore was a standout in the first half, but the Giants defense seemed to adjust and held the Miami offense in check for much of the second half.