Tyler Eifert Fantasy Football

Tyler Eifert: NFL Draft Preview

At 6’6” Tyler Eifert has great length and is a versatile receiving threat. He lined up all over the field for Notre Dame from out wide to in the backfield. Scouts rave about how good he is in a crowd and will give any quarterback a big target.


The Vikings Should Trade Percy Harvin

Percy Harvin is one of the best young skill position players in the National Football League. He is one of the most versatile wide receivers in the league. The Vikings – however – appear to be ready to trade him. As absurd as that might sound it might be the right move for the future of the Vikings.

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Andy Reid 2.0

One of the biggest free agent coaches this off-season didn’t last long on the open market. We knew former Eagles’ head man Andy Reid was going to get fired about ten times longer than he actually lasted without a job. Kansas City jumped on the long time Philly coach to …

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Read Option

The Read Option: A Fad or the Future?

Although this style of offense has been around for years at the high school and college level, it is new territory in the modern NFL. It has been fueled by the influx of young talent at the quarterback position. Cam Newton, Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III have taken the league by storm the last two years making the Read Option – at least for now – a staple in the NFL.

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The Playoff Santa Claus

It is the Christmas season and with the National Football League playoffs just around the corner. I am in the giving mood so I am going to play NFL Santa Claus. It is time to give out some gifts to the teams who are set to make a run toward Super Bowl XLVII.

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There’s No Place For Ethics in Fantasy Football

Over the years of playing fantasy football I have seen some creative ways to try to get an edge, some were creative, some were just plain stupid, but they were all entertaining. Here is a list of some of the things we do. The best underhanded, but sometimes inspired ways I have seen to try to get that edge.

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Trusting Ryan Mathews

The fantasy football playoff push is right around the corner so if you have been hanging with Mathews this long obviously you will have him as an option in the playoffs. He has done very little fantasy wise this year, but that doesn’t mean he should be ignored going down the stretch. Relying on the former Fresno State Bulldog comes down to one thing – trust.