Free NFL Bets Welcome to the playoffs, and thank you to all who tailed throughout the regular season. Our final record was 19-15 (55.9%), and while my goal was 58-60%, I’ll never scoff at a profitable regular season. Plenty of room for improvement moving forward, but a successful first regular season is in the books. […]
Why the Redskins Made a Mistake With the Alex Smith Trade Since the departure of Scot McCloughan, the Washington Redskins have been a laughing stock characterized by an unstable front office dominated by the ego of Bruce Allen. This instability had a clear effect on the Redskins entering the most recent season, as they collapsed […]
We are now in week seven and with the injuries and bye weeks coming left and right, it is more important than never to have players to step in when needed on fantasy football teams. With that being said, let's get to talking about fantasy football sleepers for the upcoming week!
Week 10 is nearly upon us, and both the real and fantasy seasons are beginning to shape up nicely. With so much riding on each and every match up, I offer an interesting tidbit from every single match that help determine how those clashes will turn out, and maybe help your team get over in your upcoming games.
The Denver Broncos travel to Arrowhead on Thursday Night to open up week two in the NFL, as they take on the Kansas City Chiefs. The AFC West looks to be a very competitive division, with three teams winning their season opener and Oakland...doing Oakland things. In the first divisional matchup of the year for the division, both teams will be looking to establish dominance.
Once again, Andrew Luck's Colts finished at 11-5, but this time they are champions of the AFC South and have earned a first-round match-up with the Chiefs. While 11 wins is impressive, the Colts have not been a very consistent team this year.
In Part 1 of my 2QB fantasy strategy, we looked at quarterbacks that could fit into your roster as potential MVPs and difference-makers in your run to the 2013 Fantasy Championship. Today, in Part 2, we look at the deep sleepers...
Last season’s National Football League draft was high on sexy names. The top three picks were on every college football fans’ radar long before they put on the NFL Draft Combine’s numbered tank top. This year the top of the draft board is short on skill position and Heisman Trophy candidates and long on functional […]
Trade Bait: Alex Smith, Matt Flynn? Quarterbacking in the NFL is a daunting task, one that requires a lot of patience, perseverance, and skill. Being the leader and captaining a team is a responsibility left for those who are capable of delivering W’s to their respective franchises. It would appear that in 2012, two efficient quarterbacks […]
The San Fran front office has been slowly and – this is the key – patiently building this team into maybe the best team in the league.
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?