And down the stretch we come! Only two weeks left in most fantasy football regular seasons, unless of course, you play in weekly re-draft leagues. In that case, it’s just another week. Time to start from scratch again.
It will be the regular season finale for Delaware and Villanova as the two longtime rivals meet in Chester on Saturday in the latest match-up in the “Battle of the Blue”.
After re-ranking the quarterbacks last week the guys from RotoAnalysis are back to tackle the tight end position.
Back in week 7, I wrote about the lack of teams you can trust with your life in the Suicide Pool, and that trend hasn’t changed. There are 15 teams that are currently 4-6 or worse, and another four stuck at .500.
Donovan McNabb takes offense at Shawn Andrews’ bullying claims.
After a wild, 38-30 loss at Harvard last week that officially eliminated them from the Ivy league title race, the Penn Quakers will look to finish up 2013 on a high note on Saturday when they host Cornell.
While many predicted the Eagles to finish the season with six wins or less, the Eagles already have that total through just 11 games. Chip Kelly has his team in 1st place in the NFC East with five games to play, as they head into their week 12 bye.
If you want to evaluate the 2013 regular season for the Division III Rowan Profs football team, you really have to break it up into two parts. Before October 12th and after.
Eagles punter Donnie Jones has been named the NFC Special Teams Player of The Week.
The NFL Players Association will conduct its own investigation into the Miami Dolphins’ bullying scandal, a person familiar with the situation said Wednesday.
Michael Vick’s hamstring injury has prevented him from being available to play for the Eagles, but it’s also given head coach Chip Kelly a bit of an out in any “who is the starting quarterback” question. Very soon, that will not be the case, and Kelly says he’ll deal with it when the time comes.
Chip Kelly spoke about the continuing maturation of Nick Foles, the coming bye week, the red-zone defense, his coaching staff and the development of the young defensive line at his day-after press conference after the Eagles won their third-straight game, 24-16, beating the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
In his first season in the NFL, Chip Kelly has the Eagles at 6-5 and in first place in the NFC East, something not many people expected. Kelly is starting to win over Philadelphia.
All alone in first place at the bye week, riding a three-game winning streak. This is the sort of stuff that dreams are made of. Admittedly, those are the dreams of a modest man, but dreams none the less.