Jamal (@JCollierD on Twitter) was born in St. Louis, Missouri, where there is no NBA team. The last team to play its home games in STL departed long before he was born. He's been following the Denver Nuggets and Chicago Bulls since 2003 and the St. Louis Rams since 2007.
He covers fantasy football and basketball in addition to the Rams, Nuggets and other NFL/NBA league-wide topics. To him, the appeal of fantasy sports writing lies within telling stories and predicting things with numbers. Jamal graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with majors in Psychology and Finance.
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My other tight ends besides Fleener were Charles Clay and Garrett Graham, I know Spiller is better than MJD in terms of fantasy value but i was sick of the headache he gave me with the knee injury and splitting time with that vulture Fred Jackson. And of course RG3 is a better fantasy player than Alex Smith but i have Russell Wilson as my starter now and now hat he has hit his stride RG3 became expendable and would've only started in case of injury and bye week.
Hey man thanks for the reply i appreciate it and don't worry about the late reply. I actually just offered a trade to the same guy for different players.
I traded C.J. Spiller, RGIII and Coby Fleener and i got Alex Smith, Jordan Cameron, Maurice Jones Drew and Keenan Allen.Do you think i won this trade? I felt like i got a good deal but i'm really nervous about it
And lol thanks for clarifying about the J Cole thing. J Cole is a boss.
Jamal, i was i have was offered Michael Vick and Jordan Cameron for RG3. Should i do it? My other Quarterback is Russell Wilson.
It was my pleasure! Looking forward to more articles from you.
Ah, sorry for the mixup! I took the twitter handle off your Yahoo page, so you know!
You're welcome! I enjoyed reading it.
You're welcome, Jamal!
Sorry for the late reply!
You are more than welcome, I had a great time editing your article. It's one of those rare cases where the editor can lean back and actually enjoy the submission. Also thank you for not making me completely superfluous by purposely (I am sure of that now) throwing in some editor-food at the end. :P
Keep writing, man!
What I can say about Jamal Collier:
Well-balanced sports-enthusiast with solid research and a keen eye for natural data mining. His work ethic and drive is in abundance and results in strong journalist reporting.
Thanks. Keep it up. I look forward to reading more.