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Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 7

Week 6 provided many players the right to fight for a playoff spot still, but Week 7 is likely the week that will determine your fate heading to the postseason. Here are some options to start/sit this week: Start ‘Em Eli Manning (vs. Minnesota): Sure, the New York Giants are 0-6, but the Vikings have one […]

Fantasy Football Sleepers: Before You Draft

Throughout the duration of the fantasy football season we constantly find ourselves searching for those players that are underrated or are unnoticed during the draft. These players can either make or break your fantasy season. Depending on how these players are utilized, where they are drafted, and the overall value that they will contribute based […]

Week 8: Notes and Observations vs. St. Louis Rams in London

Allow me to do my best impersonation of Bill Belichick and try to find negatives in an overwhelmingly positive game. After all, I wouldn’t be a Boston sports fan if I still couldn’t find things to complain about…

Devin McCourty Named Finalist For Rookie of the Year Award

Update: Vote for McCourty here. ——————– In one of the finest rookie seasons in New England Patriots history, cornerback Devin McCourty has been named a finalist for the 2010 NFL Rookie of the Year award. The 2010 first round pick from Rutgers has been tremendous during his first season in New England. McCourty finished the […]

Fantasy Fast Forward: NFL Week 13

Welcome to Week 13 of the NFL season. By this point, you and your fantasy team fall into one of three categories… you either A) have clinched a playoff spot and are sitting pretty, just waiting for the fun to begin, B) have fallen out of contention and have turned your focus to Christmas shopping, […]

Fantasy Fast Forward: NFL Week 8

I’m not a man who’s afraid of commitment. Heck, I’m engaged (please, hold your applause)… if that’s not proof enough that I’m not a commitment-phobe, then I don’t know what is. But I’m starting to question my decision-making abilities when it comes to who, or what, I commit to. (Disclaimer to keep me out of […]

Fantasy Fast Forward: NFL Week 5

“Everything seems to have a way of evening out for me.” About 15 years ago now on “Seinfeld,” there was an episode when Jerry had everything evening out for him. He lost a comedy gig, then five minutes later he got another one instead. Elaine threw 20 bucks out the window from Jerry’s wallet, only […]

NFC West Fantasy Preview

Today I bring you the eighth and final installment of our divisional fantasy previews, finishing up with the wild NFC West. For the last few seasons, it’s been the Arizona Cardinals who have had a strangle hold on the top spot in this division, two years ago advancing to represent the NFC in the Super […]

Brown Kicks Game-Winning Field Goal as Rams win in Foxboro

The old guard (though not as old as, say, that fellow over in Minnesota) took on the new guard Thursday night at Gillette Stadium. For the 2-0 New England Patriots: Tom Brady, entering his eleventh season, holder of records, winner of MVPs and Super Bowls alike. For the 1-1 St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford, the […]

Draft Tim Tebow, Seriously!

This year’s NFL Draft has had more been more intriguing then ones in the past. From it lasting three days, beginning on a Thursday April 22nd, to the mass of talent, this year there is a mix of excitement and gossip. Much has been talk about the Rams first overall pick, but as for a […]

Florida Wins BCS National Championship

The Florida Gators defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 24-14 at the Orange Bowl in Miami to secure their second national championship in three seasons and the third in a row for the SEC (LSU won the title last season).  Last season’s Heisman Trophy winner, Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, outdueled this season’s edition, Oklahoma signal caller Sam […]

Sam Bradford Wins 2008 Heisman Trophy

Sam Bradford, Sophomore Oklahoma Quaterback, won the 74th Heisman Trophy and became the fifth Sooner to win the prestigious honor.  He had a phenomenal year in guiding his team to an NCAA scoring record with 702 points, including another national-record five consecutive 60-point outbursts. He also led his team to the Big 12 South division title (winning a […]

My 2008 Heisman Trophy Ballot

Unfortunately, I was not invited to cast a real ballot for this season’s Heisman Trophy, but that will not stop me from posting it here, for you, anyway.  The award will be handed out Saturday night by the Downtown Athletic Club of New York City.  Tim Tebow, junior quarterback of Florida looks to become only […]