Archive: rob gronkowski

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, […]

5 Fantasy Football Facts You Should Know for Your 2012 Draft

31st of July, 2012

If you’ve read my blog over this inaugural month, I hope you’ve noticed that I like looking at historical numbers. My book, The Late Round Quarterback, deciphers past numbers in order to provide a well-developed fantasy football strategy that can help both pre- and post-draft. It’s not all that fair to look at the previous […]

Gronk and Graham: Why These Tight Ends Are Risky

30th of July, 2012

Gronk and Graham. It sounds like it should be a band name. In 2011, these two tight ends put up the most historic numbers we’d ever seen at the position from a fantasy perspective. Rob Gronkowski scored 18 touchdowns en route to posting 241 fantasy points, and Jimmy Graham scored 11 of his own for […]

32 Teams in 32 Days: New England Patriots

29th of July, 2012

Bill Belichick is a tight end hoarder. Last season, we saw Rob Gronkowski break records, finishing (easily) as the best tight end in fantasy football…history. The scary part? His teammate and fellow tight end, Aaron Hernandez, finished as the third best tight end. With the off-season addition of Brandon Lloyd, the Patriots have weapons that […]