Archive: larry fitzgerald

In My Defense: Week 3

17th of September, 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 […]

Recappin’ Dat Ass: Week 1

11th of September, 2013

Recappin’ Dat Ass is a weekly article that gives you a recap of some of the major stories in the NFL. In a vein attempt to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions in subsequent weeks, I will look at specific players and situations that are especially pressing for fantasy owners. […]

Larry Fitzgerald a Top-5 Wideout? Not So Fast.

3rd of April, 2013

I’m a Pittsburgh Pirates fan. I know what it’s like to get excited about something simply because I want it to happen. I’m also a University of Pittsburgh graduate. Larry Fitzgerald is the best receiver to play for my alma mater, and he’s one of my personal favorite players in the NFL. I’m happy that […]

Really Neat or Take a Seat: Week 15

12th of December, 2012

The whole idea of “never bench your studs” is only true when you have an actual stud. Names will only get you so far. Larry Fitzgerald is the perfect example. Sure, you got him in the second round. And sure, he’s one of the most talented receivers in the game. But there’s little reason to […]

Fantasy Disappointments: Several Top Picks Off to Sluggish Starts

20th of October, 2012

Top picks are supposed to be among the elite performers in all of fantasy football. When you select a player in the first or second round, you’re expecting that guy to finish among the top players at his position. When early-round selections produce like they’re supposed to, they’re easy to take for granted. After all, […]

Valuing Fitz: Where Should You Draft Larry Fitzgerald?

7th of August, 2012

Last season, Larry Fitzgerald caught 80 balls for 1,411 yards and 8 touchdowns. Kevin Kolb and John Skelton were his quarterbacks. Coming into 2012, Fitz has the same guys throwing him the ball. But with little changing, many are pushing him down their pre-season rankings because “his quarterbacks are bad.” Am I missing something? The […]

32 Teams in 32 Days: Arizona Cardinals

22nd of July, 2012

Larry Fitzgerald did it again. Silently, the Cardinals’ wide receiver caught 80 passes for 1,411 yards and 8 touchdowns. With a mixture of Kevin Kolb and John Skelton throwing him the ball, that’s nothing short of impressive. Aside from Fitz, Beanie Wells was the only significant fantasy player on the 2011 Cardinals. He rushed for […]

5 Invalid Claims About 2012 Wide Receivers

16th of July, 2012

Each season, fantasy owners and experts like to make generalizations about players that make little logical sense. They’ll compare two completely separate instances in order to come up with ill-informed conclusions. They’ll say things like, “this quarterback is bad, and so this wide receiver can’t be good.” The same is happening this year. We’ve got […]