Super Bowl XLVIII Picks from the entire Gridiron Experts staff. We all see this Sunday's game very differently, this is by far the most difficult NFL game to predict all year.
San Francisco vs. Seattle was the logical conclusion to the NFC. These teams mirror each other so well that they seemed destined to meet in the playoffs. Each team has its elite defense, young mobile QB,
A mere five weeks after posting their worst performance of the 2013 season, the New Orleans Saints return to CenturyLink Field to take on the NFC's top seeded Seahawks in the Divisional Playoffs.
Whether you are a fan of the teams doing battle, have fantasy football or gaming implications, or you’re simply looking for creative ways to increase your alcohol intake during the Monday Night Football telecast, we’ve got you covered.
The 2013 NFL season is barely under way, but savvy fantasy footballers are already looking to address deficiencies or otherwise improve their team for the long run. Whereas most fantasy owners were likely willing to forgive a bad first week from their early-round picks..
Over the past two years Marshawn Lynch has become something of an NFL rockstar with the Seahawks. What other RB can cause earthquakes and make it rain skittles? Lynch is in prime position to have a great 2013 fantasy football season.
Fantasy High 5 is a Gridiron Experts featured article in which our team of writers offer insight into five buzzing fantasy football questions. In this edition, our team discusses late round QB's, Antonio Brown and fantasy rookies
The quarterbacks in the 2012 class (minus Kaepernick he was 2011) have set the bar very high for fantasy quarterback production moving forward. The expectations of this class will be difficult to match.
Blockbuster trades are a rarity in the National Football League. When Percy Harvin was traded prior to the start of free agency it rocked the fantasy football world. One of the most enigmatic wide receivers was moved from Minnesota to Seattle, bolstering a young offense with some dynamic weapons and arguably the most physical defense […]
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.
In a surprise move the Seattle Seahawks have announced Russell Wilson to be there starter at quarterback. When Matt Flynn signed his contract earlier this year, a contract that entailed a guaranteed $8 million for the 2012 season, it was quite obvious he was brought in to lead the team. Yet third-round pick Russell Wilson from North Carolina State played too well in the preseason not to earn himself a starting job.