The New York Fantasy Football Giants

Fantasy Football preview for the New York Football Giants and their match-up against the division rival Philadelphia Eagles. Get a complete rundown of the game and forecast of your fantasy players

Dear Greg Jennings: More Touchdowns, Less Commercials

Dear Greg Jennings: More TD’s, Less Commercials

Dear Greg Jennings,

This is an open letter to stop filming commercials and start scoring touchdowns! …Or at least use the skills you showcase in your commercials. (We’ll get to that in a bit) Everyone who participates in Fantasy Football is completely flummoxed by your recent inability to score fantasy points. Yes, I know Aaron Rodgers isn’t slinging it like he did back in 2011 but…read more

Michael Turner

Michael Turner DUI: Fantasy Impact

Michael Turner is the starting running back for the Atlanta Falcons, who was charged with DUI in the early morning hours of Tuesday, September 18th, after the Falcons Monday Night win against the Denver Broncos. Reportedly, Turner did shots at a local strip club before leaving and driving home. He was about .02 over the legal limit.

Alex Smith’s Fantasy Potential Moving Forward

Let’s look at two quarterbacks, quarterback A and quarterback B, through the first two weeks of fantasy football. QB A posted 437 yards, four touchdowns, zero interceptions a 115.9 QB rating and 34 fantasy points. QB B posted 522 yards, three touchdowns, two interceptions, an 89.9 QB rating and 33 fantasy points. So who is who? Well quarterback A as you could probably guess from the article title is Alex Smith. So who is quarterback B? Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers? Really?

Brandon LaFell Fantasy Sleeper

Brandon LaFell Sleeper Status

Two games into the 2012 NFL season and we are starting to see some trends and patterns of play emerge. One player who has shown up the past two weeks as a potential lifeline to battered wide receiver corps is Brandon LaFell, wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers. LaFell benefits as a strong number two option in a passing offense led by quarterback Cam Newton. LaFell is flanked by star wide receiver Steve Smith, who often draws double coverage from opposing defenses. LaFell is currently owned in 25.9% of all fantasy leagues and with the good times rolling should you potentially invest in his stock?

Wes Welker

Is Wes Welker About to Have an Off Year?

Wes Welker is thirty-one years old and has made his mark in the NFL by being one of the premier slot receivers in a pass heavy offense led by quarterback, Tom Brady. Welker has excelled in this role since the Patriots obtained his services back in 2007. Since then, he has topped at least 1000 yards every year except once. Let’s take a look at Welker’s statistics since joining the Patriots in 2007.


From If to When Michael Vick Gets Hurt in 2012

Football is a supremely physical sport. Players in the National Football League have been getting injured in numerous ways for several years. One of the most polarizing figures in the NFL is Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, Michael Vick. Vick, his dog fighting issues aside, has been one of the most stellar and one of the most heartbreaking quarterbacks at the same time for the Eagles’ faithful.

Jamaal Charles

3 Great Games to Watch: Week 1

The Kansas City Chiefs look to return key injured players, Matt Cassel (QB), Jamaal Charles (RB) and Eric Berry (S). Also look for Tony Moeaki (TE) to return after flashing potential with Cassel but missing last year with an ACL injury. Key additions for the Chiefs include tackle Eric Winston and running back Peyton Hillis both of which should help the run game and first round draft pick DT Dontari Poe.

Fantasy Football

10 Boom or Bust Fantasy Players in 2012

Boom or Bust? Some NFL players in fantasy football are just too tough to read season to season. They are either going to be fantasy football gods or they are going to be complete failures. Here are ten guys who fit the mold. Leading off with the poster child of boom or bust years…


NFL Pre-Season Power Rankings

NFL Pre-Season Power Rankings Ranking NFL teams based on off-season acquisitions and preseason football seems hardly fair, yet every NFL power rankings board needs a starting off point. 1. Green Bay Packers The Green Bay Packers were one of the best teams in the NFL last season. Expect Aaron Rodgers …

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Chicago Bears

Chicago Bears 2012 Preview

The Chicago Bears to the Super Bowl? 18 games to get to the Super Bowl and then of course, you have to win it. So with all of this could the Chicago Bears get to the Super Bowl? Yes, they could. Here are some of the things that would need to happen for the Bears to end up bringing the Vince Lombardi Trophy back to Chicago.