• Posts Tagged ‘Felix Jones’

    Felix Jones-ing for Week 7 Pickups

    by  • October 17, 2012 • Waiver Wire • 1 Comment

    Felix Jones signing autographs

    Shonn Greene. SHONN “Couldn’t get 5 yards if you spotted him 10″ GREENE. When it comes to fantasy football, Shonn Greene is a ruiner. When you hand him the ball, he ruins any chance for a first down. But when you hand him the ball against the Colts, he ruins my week. Greene did,...

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    Injury Concerns: Are Reggie Bush and Brian Westbrook worth your draft pick?

    by  • August 28, 2009 • Draft Strategy, Injury Updates • 0 Comments

    Brian Westbrook convinced the world that a smaller, shifty back could make it work in the NFL. In recent years, he’s become a fantasy points factory, churning out production each season, but he’s also never been one to rely on for all 16 weeks of your fantasy season. With Westbrook’s production come injuries. Someone...

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    Hair Model Mock Draft 2009: Tweaking the System

    by  • July 29, 2009 • Mock Drafts • 9 Comments

    There was actually a mock draft that I participated in last week besides the one that I let the ESPN autodraft bot destroy by filling the bench with quarterbacks. The fine young hair models from Fantasy Football Writers with Hair put together a 10-team, 16-round mock draft with a few of the Fanhouse crew,...

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    T.O. got to go: Cowboys cut controversial receiver

    by  • March 5, 2009 • News • 7 Comments

    According to ESPN, the Dallas Cowboys just cut Terrell Owens. Not only does this defy some good logic, it also might be the best move for the Cowboys after all. Jerry Jones obviously spent a lot of time over the offseason speaking to his coaching staff and players about what went wrong in the...

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    A-11 Offense: The Next Wildcat?

    by  • February 12, 2009 • News • 4 Comments

    Deadspin’s Rick Chandler exposed this devil-spawn offense to the jaw-dropping masses this summer — the A-11, two quarterbacks in the backfield causing chaos for opposing defenses. The real debate with A-11 was whether a kicking formation was a legal offense. Should high school teams should be able to “gimmick” their way into the win...

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