Tag Archives: Rob Gronkowski

Hold your Horses on the Hype: Mike Evans and Chris Godwin

Hold Your Horses on the Hype: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Nickolas Loza | May 22nd, 2020 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers this offseason have improved by a wide margin, which they needed to do after a disappointing season with a record of 7-9 under Head Coach Bruce Arians. They went out and released their troubled Quarterback Jameis Winston, who despite throwing for 5,000 yards and 30 touchdowns, had one of the weirdest seasons ever. Winston became the first player in NFL history to throw for 30 touchdowns and 30 interceptions, truly a statistical anomaly.

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Livi’s Fave Five Dynasty Buy Low Tight Ends

Josh Livi | May 7th, 2020

Fantasy Football is right around the corner for those of you do redraft leagues. If you do dynasty leagues, you have no offseason! Today I’m going to be diving into the tight end position and tell you guys my five favorite buy low tight ends for dynasty owners. Either it’s because they are on a new team, forgotten about, or about to go off! Sort of like stocks! So let’s get to it and give you those buy lows!

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NFL NEWS ALERT! Rob Gronkowski Heading To Tampa Bay

Josh Livi & Mike Fanelli | April 21st, 2020 

Yes, there are no live sports going on but the NFL draft is only a few days away and we got massive news! Rob Gronkowski is unretiring and will be playing with his quarterback, Tom Brady, once again, this time in Tampa Bay.

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NFL 100 Year 53-Man Roster: The Offense

Tyler Forness | September 4th, 2019

When it comes to creating the ultimate 53 man roster, there are a lot of factors that need to be considered. Not only are eras different with athleticism and talent, how the game was played is drastically different from decade to decade. In the 1970’s, it wasn’t abnormal for a quarterback to throw more interceptions than touchdowns, while in today’s NFL, that would get you replaced pretty quick. The goal of this list is to put together a 53 man roster of the best players, regardless of era, to ever play the great game.

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New England Patriots Season Review: Another Year, Another Title

Mike Fanelli | February 27th, 2019

On February 3rd, 2019 the New England Patriots took part in their fourth Super Bowl in the last five seasons; winning their third during that streak. Unlike the previous three appearances where the Patriots scored an average of 31.7 points per game, they were only able to put up 13 against the Los Angles Rams. However, a win is a win and Tom Brady couldn’t care less about how the score looks. With Brady’s sixth Super Bowl win, the argument for greatest quarterback of all time is pretty much over. In a season that had more drama and mistakes than usual, the Patriots still came out on top, winning it’s sixth Super Bowl in franchise history.

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The Story and Stats behind Julian Edelman’s Postseason Success.

Nickolas Loza | February 4th, 2019

Julian Edelman took home Super Bowl LIII MVP after his astounding performance to lead his Patriots to their sixth Super Bowl victory in 18 years. He hauled in ten passes for 141 yards which were good enough to be the first receiver to be named MVP since Santonio Holmes won the award after his Super Bowl XLIII performance.

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Player Spotlight: Patriots RB James White

Nickolas Loza | February 2nd, 2019

James White is one of New Englands many running backs it’s had during the dynasty of the 2000’s, but he may be one of the best to step into the backfield during this dynasty. In this article we’ll go over why he’s the Patriots X-Factor and why he’s one of the most versatile backs playing right now.

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Week 8 PPR Rankings – RBs, WRs, and TEs

Nick Popio | October 25th, 2018

Week 8 in the NFL is here, which means the season is halfway over already. That is something no football fan wants to hear, but that is the reality we live in today. Atlanta, Dallas, Tennessee, and the L.A. Chargers are all idle this week. Let’s see who can replace the big names of Julio Jones, Ezekiel Elliott, Melvin Gordonand others.

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New England Patriots vs Jacksonville Jaguars Week 2 preview

Pranav Ramasubramanian | September 15th, 2018

Eight months ago the New England Patriots narrowly beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20 to advance to yet another Super Bowl. It was a hard-fought game on both sides. There may have been a few questionable calls, but that’s an argument for another time. Let’s focus on the game this Sunday, and see how these two AFC heavyweights stack up the second time around.

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2018 Fantasy Football: Week 1 Rankings

Mike Fanelli | September 6th, 2018

Every week fantasy owners have tough decisions to make. Whether it is who to start in their flex spot or if they should start a less quality player against a weaker defense. I will be giving my fantasy followers my solo rankings based on PPR scoring. If you have more specific questions regarding fantasy football, my rankings, or need help with your team, ask me on twitter and as always, happy hunting fantasy friends.

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New England Patriots: 2018 Season Preview

Richard Benites | August 21st, 2018

We are now passed the halfway mark of the preseason as Week 1 of the NFL is quickly approaching. These next couple of weeks will be vital for the depth and scheme of each team as they enter a new year of football.

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Holdout Storylines to Keep in Mind While Drafting

Richard Benites | August 1st, 2018

Let me set the scene really quickly: the year is 2017, it’s a warm summer night, and your fantasy league is excited to start drafting their teams for the upcoming football season. You have the coveted No. 1 overall pick, you can’t possibly mess this up, right? You go with Le’Veon Bell, and in all honesty, you can relax because that was a great selection.

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Deciphering the Tight End to Help You Maximize Value and Crush Your Draft

Frank Dyevoich | June 21st, 2018

One of the most frustrating positions in fantasy is the Tight End.  You’re required to play at least one, and unlike the other offensive positions, a 10 point performance is considered pretty good. When it comes to drafting a TE you either want to be one of the first or one of the last. DON’T get caught in the run on TEs. Start the run or wait, unless there’s value you can’t ignore.  After diving into the numbers, I’ve come up with some realizations to improve my rankings and help you maximize your TE value on draft day.

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