Archive: alfred morris

2013 Player Profiles: Marshawn Lynch, Alfred Morris, Ray Rice

29th of January, 2013

The Player Profile series breaks down the 2012 performances of key players at each position in order to project where they should be drafted in 2013. Dig in, read up, and look ahead. Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seattle Seahawks Lynch had the best season of his career in 2012. He gained 1,786 total yards from scrimmage […]

Paying Dividends: The 2012 Waiver Wire All Stars

16th of January, 2013

Whether your fantasy team is decimated by injuries or you’re looking to lock down that elusive playoff berth, the waiver wire can make or break your fantasy season. In years past, players have risen out of the abyss to settle all of your fantasy worries. This year was no different. The following is a list […]

Fantasy Football Aside, RGIII is the Best Offensive Rookie

8th of December, 2012

I know this is a fantasy football blog, but you can’t play the pretend game without its football core. And the sport– through the media and other outlets – has this bizarre debate being talked about to near exhaustion: Just who is the NFL’s best offensive rookie? The debate differs completely when analyzed from a […]

Really Neat or Take a Seat: Week 2

13th of September, 2012

I’ve come to the realization that predicting Week 1 outcomes is like predicting the weather in a Midwest City. Last week was difficult. If you missed my “Really Neat or Take a Seat” column for Week 1, then you failed to see that I told you to bench Demaryius Thomas and Mike Wallace, and start […]

Week 1 By the Numbers

11th of September, 2012

People like to tell me that numbers don’t tell an entire story. And while I wholeheartedly agree, I still see a huge importance in looking at numbers, especially from a football and fantasy football perspective. The whole concept of The Late Round Quarterback is based on the fact that, while quarterback fantasy play is trending […]

You’re Doing it Wrong: Sunday Week 1 Recap

10th of September, 2012

As I turned off the TV last night, upset at the result of the game in Denver, I had the realization that the very emotion I was feeling was precisely why I love the game of football. No other sport can combine passion, overreaction and anticipation quite like the National Football League. And when you […]