Archive: cam newton

In My Defense: Week 6

8th of October, 2013

In My Defense is a weekly feature designed to give you a little advice when it comes to streaming defenses. By nature, defensive scoring is extremely random and difficult to forecast, but each week, we’ll take a look at three defenses who are readily available in the majority of leagues and may be in line […]

Elite Quarterbacks: Comparing Their Numbers from 2011 to 2012

6th of January, 2013

Back when we drafted our fantasy football teams in August, it was common to see at least five quarterbacks leave the board by the end of Round 2. Fantasy experts told you to do it. The game of football, with teams consistently moving to a pass-first, spread offense, told you to do it. And heck, […]

Really Neat or Take a Seat: Week 9

31st of October, 2012

Doug Martin kind of ruined my weekend. No, I wasn’t playing against him. And no, I have nothing against him. He was a “take a seat” guy last week. I really thought higher of the Vikings defense. I guess I should just be mad at them then, huh? Regardless, it was a screw up; a […]

Really Neat or Take a Seat: Week 8

24th of October, 2012

Look, I really don’t like to brag. I think it’s stupid, especially with the majority of fantasy football talk. But man did my picks look good last week. I told you to start the Tampa Bay offense, Santana Moss, Josh Gordon and Chris Johnson. I reminded you that Matthew Stafford could struggle, and said the […]

Monday Reactions: Good Luck, Early-Round Quarterbackers

24th of September, 2012

Fantasy players with a true allegiance to an NFL team know the feeling. Even when you destroy opponents in the fantasy arena, your Sunday is anything but fulfilled when your favorite NFL team loses. Especially when that loss comes to the Oakland Raiders. I’m still in denial. How does Ben Roethlisberger throw for 384 yards […]

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 […]