Tackling Each Position of Your FF Draft: WR+TE+D+K

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Now that we’ve gone over the core of your team at QB and RB, let’s look at the rest of your fantasy football team, and how I like to handle the remaining positions in part 2. Wide Receiver- Wide receiver is where things get easy. After I figure out what I want the rest of my team to look like, I just load up the rest of my roster with wide receivers. I couple studs with … Continue reading

Bears Film Study – Passing Offense part 2

Breaking down a couple passing plays from the starting offense during this past week’s preseason game against the Seahawks. Cutler had some nice throws throughout the first half, but ultimately drives stalled on missed opportunities and mistakes. The first play to analyze is the potential touchdown pass Jeffrey dropped on the first drive. Game Situation: 3rd and 15 at the Seahawks 47 yard line (1st Qtr 8:40 left) Personnel: 11 (1 RB, 1 TE, 3 WRs) Defense: Cover 3 Offensive Play: Backside X Post The … Continue reading

Tackling Each Position of Your FF Draft: QB+RB

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With football season just around the corner, it’s time again for your Fantasy Football drafts. Searching the internet will provide you with millions of draft strategies, do’s and don’ts, and sleepers/busts, but all of these strategies are dependent on certain situations and league rules. My strategy, the one I’m about to dive into, is applicable to all redraft leagues and draft formats (snake vs. auction). The only thing to note is that I will base … Continue reading

Bears Film Study – Passing Offense

Breaking down two of the biggest passing plays from the starting offense during this past week’s preseason game against the Jaguars. Unfortunately, Cutler and the rest of the starters were only on the field for two drives, but still produced some explosive plays down the field. The first play to analyze is Bennett’s 25 yard catch on a 3rd and long to keep the drive alive.   Game Situation: 3rd and 10 at the Bears 15 yard … Continue reading

The Battle For The Number Three Job Running Back In Dallas

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The battle for the number three running back spot in Dallas just got really interesting after last Thursday’s game with the San Diego Chargers. Joseph Randle got the start at running back with the first team offense and he impressed me early. He looked noticeably quicker so far than he did at any point in 2013. Ryan Williams got most of the second half work and to me, he finally looks healthy again. Neither player … Continue reading

32 Team Fantasy Football Draft

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I’ve recently been asked to play in a 32-team, PPR fantasy football league created by Leo Howell (@leohowell8) and it is one of the most challenging leagues I have ever played in. The starting lineup requirements are 1 QB, 2 RB’s, 2 WRs, 1 TE and 2 Flexes. With 32 fantasy football experts, we are going deep in this draft. These teams will resemble nothing like you have seen before. I drew the 15th pick … Continue reading

Offensive Grades From The Dallas Cowboys First Pre-Season Game

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The guys at profootballfocus.com have graded the Cowboys-Chargers preseason game and gave everyone an individual grade after Thursday’s game. On offense, Brandon Weeden graded out the best with a +2.3 grade. On defense, it should be no surprise that newly signed Korey Lindsey had the worst grade (-3.8). Here is a full look at the offensive grades: