1. Will Marion Barber and Michael Turner Respond to Becoming Featured Backs?

    The Running Back By Committee (RBBC) has really frustrated fantasy owners, and you can imagine how it can have the same frustrating effect on the actual players. Marion Barber and Michael Turner know what it's like to be a part of a shared backfield...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 920 reads 2 comments

  2. Fantasy Match-Up: Gore vs. Addai

    After the top few RBs are off the board in this year's fantasy football draft, the right pick becomes less and less clear. In my book I have LaDainian Tomlinson, Brian Westbrook, Adrian Peterson, and Steven Jackson as the top 4 backs...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 349 reads 1 comments

  3. What Does Brett Favre's Addition Mean for the Jets' Offensive Fantasy Impact?

    The addition of Brett Favre to the New York Jets has been well publicized and covered by the media way too much. But I look into this situation with a fantasy outlook rather than an eternal infatuation with Favre like the media has...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 997 reads 5 comments

  4. Josh Smith Signed to an Offer Sheet by the Memphis Grizzlies

    It has been reported that the Memphis Grizzlies have signed Atlanta Hawks combo forward Josh Smith to an offer sheet. The deal is reported to be worth $58 million, but the number of years is not yet known...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 671 reads 3 comments

  5. Are the New York Giants Really Having an Open Running-Back Competition?

    Brandon Jacobs had the starting running-back job on lock down last season. He was only able to stay healthy for the first half of the first game of the season against the Dallas Cowboys...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 638 reads 13 comments

  6. What's That Sound? A Sigh of Relief From Aaron Rodgers

    I think I speak for Aaron Rodgers when I say thank God the Brett Favre saga is over. If we as fans were all so annoyed with the ridiculous 24/7 coverage just imagine how Aaron Rodgers felt...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 708 reads 2 comments

  7. Open Mic: UConn All-Time Lineup of Current NBA Players

    UConn has been one of the most successful college basketball programs in recent memory. They have produced the most NBA talent in the league to date out of any school...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 1,552 reads 4 comments

  8. 2008 Fantasy Football: Draft Day Bargains

    Fantasy Football drafting depends greatly on your mid to late round selections. Your first couple of picks tend not to make or break your season, but it's your ability to draft players in the ...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 977 reads 0 comments

  9. 2008 NFC East Preview

    There are several burning questions concerning, arguably, the most competitive division in football over the past few seasons. The NFC East is known for its great rivalries and smash-mouth style of games when any of these teams square off...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 446 reads 0 comments

  10. 2008 NFL Season: Top 15 Fantasy QBs

    1) Tom Brady Not much needs to be said aside from the fact that Brady broke the single-season record for TD passes. The Pats' offense revolves around Brady, and that will continue to be the ...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 1,185 reads 13 comments

  11. NY Giants' Kenny Phillips Playing with a Chip on His Shoulder

    Kenny Phillips was drafted by the Giants with the last pick in the first round of this past year's draft. Many would consider a first round selection of any kind to be an accomplishment, but that's not the case with Phillips...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 437 reads 2 comments

  12. Fantasy Football Busts for 2008

    Edgerrin James: Leaving the potent offensive attack in Indy was a big mistake for James' career. He had great overall success for the Colts but has yet to come even close to matching his old numbers since signing with the Cardinals two seasons ago...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 783 reads 2 comments

  13. What's the Deal with Mariano Rivera's Non-Save Struggles?

    Friday's night game versus the Halos gave us another example of how Mariano Rivera seems like a different pitcher when brought into a non-save situation...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 369 reads 0 comments

  14. UConn Basketball Summer Updates

    Jim Calhoun held his summer elite camp this weekend, and plenty of program news and notes stemmed from such a weekend. Many wanted to know what the deal was with senior PG A.J...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 992 reads 4 comments

  15. Fantasy Football: Top 15 WRs

    1) Randy Moss: It is official, he is back at the number one spot of wide outs and it only took him a record breaking season to do so. It's impossible to see any other WR getting selected before Moss at this point...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 945 reads 9 comments

  16. Fantasy Football: Top-15 Running Backs

    1) LaDainian Tomlinson: LT is still the best fantasy workhorse in the game. He saw his season stats dip a bit last year, but how could he possibly replicate his record-breaking 2006 season? ...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 944 reads 11 comments

  17. Mathias Kiwanuka Felt Jeremy Shockey's Pain Too

    With all the attention being directed at Shockey and his absence from the Giants' magical postseason run, many forget that others were in the same boat as the volatile TE...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 294 reads 2 comments

  18. Jeremy Shockey's Gone from the New York Giants, but Who Will Step-Up?

    Let me just start by saying that Jeremy Shockey was one of my favorite players on the Giants. Ever since he burst onto the scene in his rookie year, with his great energy and smack talk, he had me hooked...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 448 reads 0 comments

  19. Who Will Be the Best Fantasy Rookie?

    It's always tough to gauge incoming rookies especially in terms of your fantasy draft. This year you will not see any QBs having any kind of impact for any team ,and it is also hard to imagine ...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 497 reads 7 comments

  20. LT vs. AP is the wrong debate

    While everyone is enamored with the debate of who is better between LaDainian Tomlinson and Adrian Peterson, there is one running back who has consistently been overlooked...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 131 reads 1 comments

  21. UConn Dodged a Big Blow By Losing Out on Brandon Jennings

    For those who do not recall, Brandon Jennings was a player that many thought was undoubtedly destined to play for UConn. After all, he was best friends with former UConn star point guard Marcus Williams, and his coach was Williams' father...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 991 reads 1 comments

  22. NFL Stars Face the Tough Decision of Retirement

    Retirement has become a very interesting and tough decision for many aging athletes. Look no further than football to uncover many different cases of retirement...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 242 reads 1 comments

  23. Are the New York Yankees Back in the Race?

    The New York Yankees have been following an awful trend for the last couple of years. They seem to love to dig themselves a first-half hole; whether it's due to injuries, awful pitching, or a full-on offensive slump...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 389 reads 2 comments

  24. New York Knicks: Point Guard Rumors

    In the days leading up to this year's NBA Draft, the rumor surrounding the New York Knicks was that they were looking for a point guard of the future...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 3,052 reads 14 comments

  25. Danilo Gallinari: A Good Pick for the Knicks?

    It was Draft Day 2008 last night, and there was a lot of hype surrounding this draft with all of the young talent available. I was excited as a Knick fan, even though excitement as a Knick fan seems like a thing of the distant past...

    gregory caldarella Written by gregory caldarella about 6 years ago 651 reads 1 comments