// Jake Locker

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 2

With Week 1 in the books, some players stepped up and some players laid a complete goose egg for your fantasy team. Sure, it’s not time to panic, but there is some reason for alarm after starting 0-1. Below are some choices to start or sit based on matchups. Start ‘Em Jake Locker (vs. Dallas): The Cowboys […]

Winning the Wire and Surviving the Bye: Week 10 Fantasy Sleepers

Patriots bye week is one of the weeks in the year Boston sports fans are especially thankful for fantasy football.  The Jets, Chiefs, and Browns join the Pats on the bye this Week 10 and most fantasy owners have a good inclination as to whether they are a contender or pretender.  Nick Foles reappeared in […]

Winning the Wire and Surviving the Bye: Week 9 Fantasy Sleepers

Six more teams are on the bye this Week 9, so you’ll have to wait a week for Calvin Johnson to return from the stratosphere.  Joining the Lions this bye week are the Broncos, Cardinals, Jaguars, Giants and 49ers.  This week is unique, as many of the best options on your wire may be players […]

Brady’s Nose Bloodied, but Patriots Defense Stifles Titans in 34-13 Win

The New England Patriots defeated the Tennessee Titans 34-13 on Sunday in sunny Nashville, Tennessee. In spite of a bloodied and possibly broken nose, Tom Brady performed as expected, completing 23 out of 31 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns. While the offense performed well, the defense of the Patriots is what really stood out […]

Patriots to Host Washington Quarterback Jake Locker

Don’t look now. The Patriots are hosting Jake Locker for a two-day workout, according to ESPN. Locker, who failed to live up to his preseason hype, completed 55 percent of his passes and threw for 17 touchdowns with Washington last season. Following a breakout campaign in 2009, many thought Locker would have been the No. […]

Preseason Top 25 Rankings: #24 Washington Huskies

25. Houston Cougars 24. Washington Huskies Coming off a 2008 season where the Huskies went 0-12, the Washington fan base didn’t know what was in store for the 2009 season. After a hard-fought effort against traveling LSU, the Huskies went on to beat Idaho and shocked the college football world in week three, beating No. […]