We will be over half way through the fantasy regular season come Tuesday morning. By now, we know the general layout of the NFL. We know which teams are making a push for the playoffs and which start their golf season right after the holidays.
It is way too early to make any knee jerk free agency statements, but the defending Super Bowl champs might be in a little bit of trouble. Everyone knew the Baltimore Ravens were going to be in for a major overhaul this offseason. We heard for weeks that Ray Lewis was going to be retiring, […]
The Super Bowl is the one time of year that being a degenerate gambler is actually accepted by modern society. Gridiron Experts is a fantasy football site first and foremost, but we do love the occasional Prop Bet.
As evidenced by pretty much anything that can be polled these days (which is pretty much everything), America is a nation that disagrees. From politics to deciding college football champions, this country qualifies performance by inventing ideas, strategies and formulas so murky that the inventor himself can rarely explain it the same way twice. Simply put, the way we decide who or what excels has become ridiculous.
When someone says "It's not about the money," it most certainly is about the money. Athletes are guilty of this more than anyone. How many times has a pro athlete stood before the media and said "It's not about the money" right after they signed a mega contract? It happens all the time. The fact is, athletes want to get paid the most money possible and money can be a great motivator. Heading into the 2012 NFL season, there are several key players who will be playing for big contracts. These are players who are in the final year of their contract and have proven to be valuable NFL commodities. As you prepare for your fantasy football draft, put a (*) by...