Fantasy Football: NFL Week 1 Running Back Landscape

The NFL season is upon us and we’re all gearing up for our fantasy leagues.  The preseason hype is over and everyone picked their sleepers and busts.  Let’s take a look at the fantasy running back starters and reserves entering Week 1. AFC East Patriots – LeGarrette Blount appears to have the first crack atContinue reading “Fantasy Football: NFL Week 1 Running Back Landscape”

Fantasy Sports Addiction’s Week 3 Fantasy Fallout

Week 3 Fantasy Football Recap Standout Stars and Substandard Stiffs Stars QB Rodgers…333 yds 5 TD Dalton…383 yds 3 TD/ 1 INT C. Newton…315 yds 2 TD, 33 yds rushing 1 TD RB D. Freeman….141 yds, 3 TD….5 rec, 52 yds Charles……..49 yds, 3 TD….5 rec, 33 yds Randle…..87 yds, 3 TD…2 rec, 18 ydsContinue reading “Fantasy Sports Addiction’s Week 3 Fantasy Fallout”

Fantasy Sports Addiction’s Stars and Stiffs Report Week 3

Well, week 2 is behind us and one of the biggest topics this week is injuries. We saw many of our high draft picks get nicked up over the weekend, leaving us scrambling for the next available option on the wire. Drew Brees, Eddie Lacy, Chris Ivory, DeAndre Hopkins, and Eric Decker are just aContinue reading “Fantasy Sports Addiction’s Stars and Stiffs Report Week 3”

Fantasy Sports Addiction Top 25: Running Backs

The NFL has become a passing league, but the running back position is still relevant on a fantasy roster. There may not be as many top tier RB1’s as before, but there is still enough to make your mind go in circles on draft day. Who is in a timeshare? Who is coming off ofContinue reading “Fantasy Sports Addiction Top 25: Running Backs”

Chip Kelly: Leader of the Culture Movement in the NFL

The name Chip Kelly has been headline news for weeks now. Does Chip Kelly have a race problem? Is he looking to change the culture of the NFL? Everybody seems to have an opinion on Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Chip Kelly and how he relates to his players. The problem is not everybody has coachedContinue reading “Chip Kelly: Leader of the Culture Movement in the NFL”