// Ray Rice

Slow Start Dooms New England to Early Playoff Exit

The New England Patriots began their playoff run against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday afternoon in Foxboro. The Patriots had already defeated Baltimore once this season and were looking for a repeat performance. Unfortunately, the Ravens turned the tables on New England, scoring four times (three touchdowns plus a field goal) in the first quarter. One […]

Patriots-Ravens: Previewing the First Playoff Meeting

They worked all season to get to this point. Now, the New England Patriots will have to best a perennial defensive power house in the Baltimore Ravens. It is one of the four rematches from the regular season being played this weekend. The Patriots will hope for a repeat of the 27-21 win during Week […]

Key Matchup: Ray Rice vs. Jerod Mayo

The Baltimore Ravens (9-7) come to Foxboro on Sunday to take on the AFC East Champion New England Patriots (10-6) in an intriguing Wild Card showdown. There will be many important match-ups in this game, but for the sake of time and space, I’m going to focus on the one match-up I think will have […]

TGIF: Fantasy Football Draft, 2010

With the conclusion of the 2009 season, it is time to start looking ahead to the future. Although it may be too early to accurately project what the first round of the draft will be next season, it is still fun to think about. I have gotten into the habit of making my prediction for […]

Week 15: Start’Em/Sit ‘Em

Last week, I did the 2009 All-Disappointment Team because in most of my leagues I did not make the playoffs due to a lot of players underachieving or getting injured. Call it a bitter article if you want, but this week I’m doing a complete 180 and am going to list the players who far […]

TGIF: What Has Become of Yahoo! Fantasy Football’s First Round?

Now, I am focusing on just one provider of fantasy football, so the rankings may differ from other leagues. Every season, for people who are not that familiar with the game of fantasy football, we tend to lean heavily on the rankings. Even if you are a seasoned veteran, you can’t help but be influenced […]

High Five/Low Five: Week 9

This week in sports, we saw the New York Yankees roll to their record 27th World Series championship. The Yanks, complete with their $200+ million payroll, dished out mucho dinero in the offseason, as they always do, and after nine seasons of failed investments, their purchases finally paid off. In the fantasy football world, now […]

Patriots Meet New And Improved Ravens Offense

Baltimore Ravens (3-0) at New England Patriots (2-1) Time: 1:00 p.m. Where: Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts TV: CBS Radio: 98.5 FM: The Sports Hub The New England Patriots are entering Week 4 with a respectable 2-1 record and are gearing up to play one of the most potent offenses in the NFL…wait…the Baltimore Ravens? […]

Fantasy Football Focus: The Starting 11 – Diving Deep into Depth Chart Battles

By now, many of your fantasy football drafts probably have come and gone. Sure, your Labor Day weekend may feature a last minute draft or two, but at this point, your teams are most likely drafted and you’re just sitting back, waiting for Thursday’s kickoff to the season. But if you are sitting back, you […]