1. Fantasy Football: Terrell Owens or Chad Ochocinco?

    According to 12-team mock drafts being held on fantasyfootballcalculator, Terrell Owens is being selected in the middle-late third round, whereas Chad Ochocinco is being plucked off the board in the middle of the fourth...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about 5 years ago 355 reads 3 comments

  2. Fantasy Football: Drew Brees or Tom Brady?

    According to the most up-to-date ADP on fantasyfootballcalculator.com, Drew Brees has narrowly edged out fellow gunslinger Tom Brady as the top chosen quarterback in fantasy football mock drafts thus far...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about 5 years ago 1,385 reads 5 comments

  3. Fantasy Football: Welcome to Fantasy Relevance Roy Williams

    This guy has already been fantasy relevant. But the situation that he is apart of now puts his "relevance" through the roof...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about 5 years ago 225 reads 4 comments

  4. Fantasy Football: Top 50 Overall Rankings

    Every year it's a different list. Players get hurt, have career years, and get sent to different teams; all factors that play a part in a player's ranking. This year is no different...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about 5 years ago 122 reads 7 comments

  5. You Know You Like Sports When... (Part Two)

    For my 25th career article here on bleachereport, I can't honestly say that I envisioned it being a humor piece. I am not the humorous type and don't particularly like humor, but humor seems to have found favor with me...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about 5 years ago 73 reads 4 comments

  6. You Know You Like Sports When...

    There are many instances in which sports get in the way of reality. When this happens, there are two types of people: those who drop sports for the task at hand, and those who become oblivious ...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about 5 years ago 158 reads 10 comments

  7. Fantasy Football: Five No. 1 Wide Receivers Going Past the Fifth Round

    Quarterbacks love to throw to their top receivers. Whether they're on the New England Patriots or the San Francisco 49ers, the No. 1 wideouts on NFL teams see a steady diet of 70-90 catches a year...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about 5 years ago 334 reads 21 comments

  8. If the MLB's Brightest Stars Are Fading, Why Is A-Rod Still Shining?

    This generation of baseball players will fondly be remembered as the ones who played during the "Steroids Era"...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about 5 years ago 88 reads 4 comments

  9. Fantasy Football: Welcome To Fantasy Relevance Anthony Gonzalez

    Sometimes the number two wide receiver on teams needs a little bit of love too. Anthony Gonzalez should certainly feel some warm-vibes this upcoming season, (albeit coming from fantasy managers)...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 187 reads 4 comments

  10. My Story of Sports: A Tale of Love, Loss and Respect

    From a young age, I developed a passion, no, a love for sports. Maybe it was the result of my upbringing in a "sports oriented" family...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 141 reads 15 comments

  11. Fantasy Football: Welcome to Fantasy Relevance Donnie Avery

    After patiently awaiting his turn to start, Avery is now blessed with the opportunity to. Last year was Avery's rookie season. After spending his collegiate career at the University of Houston, Avery was drafted by the St...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 702 reads 24 comments

  12. Fantasy Football: Identifying the Smart First-Round Selections

    I know what you're thinking: "Not another one of those boring articles assessing players who go early in drafts." Granted, I myself can only take so much of those annual snoozer articles...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 396 reads 20 comments

  13. Fantasy Football: Evaluating The Philadelphia Eagles' Receiving Corps

    As much as fantasy owners hate to think about running back by committees, equally as tough on the noggin' is a team with more wide receivers than you can shake a stick at. One team that possesses this problem is the Philadelphia Eagles...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 1,347 reads 7 comments

  14. Say Hello To The Most Overrated Baseball Player Of All Time: Nolan Ryan

    The word wild isn't synonymous with best, so why is it that we regard pitcher Nolan Ryan as one of baseball's greatest and most polarizing figures? Certainly, he had a great career, setting the ...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 574 reads 6 comments

  15. Fantasy Football: A Plan for Drafting Kickers in 2009

    Drafting a kicker for a fantasy team is akin to using toilet paper; you have to do it, but it's not a big deal. Often times, the position is nudged aside, usually all the way to the last round in fantasy drafts...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 191 reads 8 comments

  16. Role Models In Sports: Choose Wisely

    In a day in age where the nation's economy is crumbling, unemployment rates are skyrocketing and crimes and criminals litter the news, it's easy to see why professional athletes are frowned upon by many...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 362 reads 10 comments

  17. Brett Favre: Taking Down the Reputations of Those Around Him

    It seem that every year, (especially this year), quarterbacks are becoming more selfish, and more ignorant. Yes Brett Favre, I'm looking at you...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 202 reads 9 comments

  18. Fantasy Football: A Plan For Drafting Tight Ends In 2009

    You know the traditional fantasy football manager; the one who grabs his running backs early, and gets everything else later. Well, one of those positions that will need to be addressed is the infamously overlooked tight end...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 253 reads 12 comments

  19. Running Back Platoons: Slightly Risky, Highly Rewarding

    There are some fine articles on this site explaining how implementing a quarterback platoon can be beneficial to your fantasy team...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 5,984 reads 8 comments

  20. Fantasy Football: When to Draft Suspended and Free Agent Players

    It always happens. It's the tail-end of round X and player Y is there; staring you in the face. You know that he has all the talent in the world, but you also know that he will be watching from the sideline for the first few weeks of the season...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 205 reads 0 comments

  21. Fantasy Football: Welcome To Fantasy Relevance Domenik Hixon

    In Fantasy Football, opportunity is just as important as talent. And perhaps there is no player who benefits more from opportunity than that of New York Giant's wide receiver Domenik Hixon...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 320 reads 10 comments

  22. Fantasy Football: Welcome to Fantasy Relevance Derrick Ward

    Sometimes, all it takes for a player to get going is a change of scenery. And for Derrick Ward, that's exactly what he got...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 215 reads 16 comments

  23. Fantasy Football: A Plan For Drafting Running Backs In 2009

    There is no question that the running back position is a vital one on your fantasy football team. They provide the meat of your points, and typically remain the most consistent and productive position from year to year...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 621 reads 13 comments

  24. Fantasy Football: A Trio of Sleepers for the 2009 NFL Season

    "Sleepers" are an essential part of any fantasy team. The amount that you are able to grab in your draft will more than likely dictate the success that you will achieve during the course of the season...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 1,513 reads 2 comments

  25. Fantasy Sports: Catching Up with the Evergrowing Phenomenon

    Not long ago, summer days consisted of either playing catch with the neighbor boy, rounding up a group of friends to play ball at the local park, or going to see a good ole' ball game with pops...

    Taylor Rummel Written by Taylor Rummel about over 5 years ago 236 reads 2 comments