Archive: mark sanchez

The Fantasy Football Future: A Snippet From The Late Round Quarterback

6th of December, 2012

The following is the brief closing chapter “The Fantasy Football Future – Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.” from 2012’s version of The Late Round Quarterback. If you’d like to purchase the book, click here. I don’t anticipate this strategy changing anytime soon. We’ve seen the NFL transform from a league with elite running […]

Really Neat or Take a Seat: Week 3

19th of September, 2012

Oh, you didn’t start Sam Bradford last week? And you decided to bench Trent Richardson? Not to fear. This happens every year. The first few weeks of a fantasy football season are the hardest to predict because the league is so fickle. I mean, did you really have Arizona’s defense playing as well as it […]

32 Teams in 32 Days: New York Jets

13th of July, 2012

Mark Sanchez silently posted the 10th most fantasy points at the quarterback position last season. And then the Jets signed Tim Tebow. There’s not a lot of depth on offense for this year’s Jets team. They’ve got a new offensive coordinater in Tony Sparano, and it’s going to be interesting to see how he uses […]