With 10 wins under their belt, the New England Patriots are rolling. But the team has also been taking its hits, too, making the offense less effec...
Tom Brady was in top form yet again as he blew out the Miami Dolphins in signature style. Love him or hate him, it's hard to frown on the stats that...
There will be no neutral fans allowed, nor those "just rooting for a close game," nor those who "just want to watch the commercials." You will support the Patriots and you will like it.
Here are the up-to-date top three at each fantasy position for the week, a sleeper likely to have a breakout game (generally chosen as the best $/FP value on daily fantasy sites), a player to avoid (the worst $/FP value) and some injury situations to monitor heading into the week.
Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers return from their bye week with an advantageous matchup with a banged up and beleaguered Rams team.
The Predictalator has run every Week 1 2014 NFL game 50,000 times. This allows us to rank all players based on their expected fantasy football output in the upcoming game.
This is the 14th career matchup between these two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks. Expect it to live up to their reputations.
WOW. Could the Pittsburgh Steelers possibly get more atrocious? I kind of don't want to think about it. Staring down the rest of the season boasting a...
The opening of a first-degree murder case against recently released tight end Aaron Hernandez is likely also the closing of the New England Patriots' window to win another Super Bowl with quarterback Tom Brady under center.
Rob Gronkowski is, perhaps, one of the best tight ends to play the game and a likely hall of famer. Predictably, we have seen a lot of Rob this off-season, mostly featured in stories about his "off-the-field" antics.
Texans receiver Andre Johnson, running back Arian Foster and quarterback Matt Schaub are possibly the league's most dangerous offensive trio, but the key to stopping the Texans' Big Three will be the Patriots' big 325-pounder: nose tackle Vince Wilfork.
Along with an excellent finish, Sunday night's Patriots-49ers matchup provided an excellent showcase of both the advantages and drawbacks of building an offense centered around a quarterback tasked with being a "game manager."
New England crushed Indianapolis yesterday 59-24 but tight end Rob Gronkowski broke his arm.
Why would a team claim a player on waivers when they are injured and most likely can't play in the upcoming season? It's a waste of money, right?
Is Peyton Manning afraid of the unknown? Is he afraid of facing new defensive strategies? Are we supposed to honor him as the greatest quarterback of all-time because he chooses to play against most of the teams he has met before?
Lost in the Super Bowl hoopla, some members of the NFL Super Bowl Committee have talked about staging a Super Bowl in London. Were they overly intoxicated during those discussions?