Current Personnel: Devin McCourty, Patrick Chung, Duron Harmon, Tavon Wilson, Nate Ebner

Need Level: Moderate-Low

Possible Fits: James Sample (Louisville), Jordan Richards (Stanford), Ibraheim Campbell (Northwestern), Nick Perry (Alabama)

New England has one of the best safeties in the league on one side of their secondary and relatively average play on the other. This could make for an interesting draft for them. Continue reading Patriots 2014-15 Position Review: Safety »

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Fantasy Baseball Draft Review

March 26, 2015 at 11:25am in Fantasy, MLB, Opinion, Top Story
Adam Jones (

It’s getting closer and closer to opening day, and if you’re like me then you’ve already got fantasy baseball on your mind. Many of you may have even done your drafts by now. You may even have some money on the line.

Personally, I’m in a 10-team dynasty league with friends that’s extremely competitive. Every guy in the league knows his stuff, and they’re all very active on the waiver wire and trading block. It’s also really interesting to see how people run their team in a dynasty league like this as opposed to a single-season league. And let me tell you- the draft is VERY different.

I wanted to show you my team and draft results and get into why I went with each pick, where the draft was going, and maybe give you some tips and insight as you approach your own fantasy seasons. First, let’s take a look at my keepers from last year. The way it works is, you get to keep up to 9 players and they take the a draft pick based on their respective rankings. So the free agent pool at draft looks very different.

Here is my team and the draft picks they slotted into: Continue reading Fantasy Baseball Draft Review »

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Current Personnel: Jerod Mayo, Dont’a Hightower, Jamie Collins, Chris White, Darius Fleming

Need Level: Low

Possible Fits: Trey Flowers (Arkansas), Jordan Hicks (Texas), Ramik Wilson (Georgia), Taiwan Jones (MSU)

The Patriots are in a good spot at linebacker. Continue reading Patriots 2014-15 Position Review: Linebacker »

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Entering last Thursday the Bruins were looking at three crucial road games that could make or potentially break their playoff chances. They had to go on the road to Ottawa, Florida (Panthers) and Tampa Bay. The Senators and Panthers were nipping at the Bruins heels while the Lightning had established themselves as a top tier Eastern Conference opponent. Had the Bruins been able to pick up 4-6 points not only would they have firm grasp on a wild card spot, but they could legitimately challenge Detroit for third place in their division. Unfortunately, the Bruins turned in three inconsistent efforts and garnered only one point thanks to two regulation losses against Ottawa and Tampa Bay while losing in overtime to the Panthers. Continue reading Lackluster Trio of Games Makes Bruins Playoff Chances Uncertain »

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Boston Red Sox roster changes were made on Wednesday, March 18th and Friday, March 20th by management.

Catcher Blake Swihart and pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez join second baseman Travis Shaw and shortstop Sean Coyle, who were assigned to the Triple-A Pawtucket roster on Wednesday, March 18. All four of these players are part of the 40-man roster.

Pitchers Miguel Celestino, Keith Couch, and Noe Ramirez were assigned to the minor league camp on Wednesday, too. Continue reading Swihart, Rodriguez Assigned to Triple-A Pawtucket Roster »

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New England Patriots wide receiver Edelman celebrates his fourth quarter touchdown catch against Seattle Seahawks cornerback Simon during the NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game in Glendale

Current Personnel: Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola, Brandon LaFell, Brian Tymms, Brandon Gibson, Aaron Dobson, Kevin Dorsey, Matthew Slater, Josh Boyce

Need Level: Low

Possible fits: Rashad Greene (FSU), Ty Montgomery (Stanford), Nelson Agholor (USC)

The Patriots have a plethora of slot/ possession receivers that have a strong rapport with Tom Brady. Continue reading Patriots 2014-2015 Position Review: Wide Receiver »

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Taking his talents to Houston: Vince Wilfork has left the Patriots after 11 years to sign a two-year deal with the Texans. (

For those of you reserving a place for Vince Wilfork to make a stirring return to the New England Patriots, you’ll have to find a different 325-pound defensive lineman to fill that hole in your heart.

After 11 years with the Patriots, bookended by two Super Bowl championships, Wilfork has signed a two-year, $9 million contract with the Houston Texans. Wilfork will join former Patriots teammate Mike Vrabel, former Patriots defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel, and former Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien in an attempt to make Houston the Patriots of the AFC South.

Continue reading Wilfork Signs with Texans, aka Patriots South »

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