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A member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and Pro Football Writers of America who resides in Mesa, Arizona Gary has been featured on a number of fantasy websites and in nationally circulated publications, and received a nomination in 2013 for the FSWA Fantasy Football Web Article of the Year.
These publications include the 2012 and 2013 USA Today Fantasy Football Previews, and the magazines distributed by Fantasy Sports Publications Inc., for whom Gary is a both a contributing author and associate editor.
Gary also appears regularly on Sirius XM Radio, WXFJ Radio in Jacksonville, Florida, KDUS Radio in Phoenix, Arizona and is the co-host of Kellogg's Komments (a fantasy football podcast) with FSWA Hall-of-Famer Greg Kellogg on Blog Talk Radio.
Gary was one of the co-founders of, and Head Writer at, Fantasy Football Oasis before joining Fantasy Sharks as an IDP Senior Staff Writer in 2011.
Gary joined Bleacher Report in 2011 and is now an NFL Analyst for B/R, covering the latest happenings in the National Football League and reporting on how they affect the fortunes of fantasy football fanatics everywhere.
He knows football. Or so he's heard.
Wilson, along with Luck and Robert Griffin III, were part of the illustrious quarterback class of 2012. In the years since, the order — in terms of reverence — had always been Luck, who had been the first overall pick that year, and then Griffin, the No. 2 choice. Wilson was actually the sixth quarterback drafted in 2012, in the third round, long after players like Brandon Weeden and Brock Osweiler.
How on earth did you find a way to not even mention Tannehill at all. He just as good as Wilson and Luck ,not his fault he plays the patriots in the division and his defense choke the lead away at the end of games, Mann you could've gave RT17 some recognition SMH.
In your article "How Did Things Get so Bad so Fast for the Denver Broncos?" you never answered the question you raised.
The Legion of Boom is not the nickname for the entire Seahawks' defense. It's for the secondary.
How did you guys have votes for Justin Gilbert and Kyle Fuller in your All-Rookie team, and not a single vote for Bashaud Breeland. I really don't see any way you can justify that, I'd love to see an explanation, but not only as a Redskins fan, but as a football fan, I really don't think there's a real justification that would legitimize that.
Thanks so much for the weekly consensus picks this year, Gary! I've really enjoyed your humor and writing this season.
Frank -- I'd stick with Collins, although Hitchens is tempting.
Oh yeah, here's our scoring:
Tackle Solo 1
Tackle Assist .5
Fumble Force 2
Fumble Recovery 2
Defensive Touchdown 6
Pass Defended 2
Block Kick 2
Hey Gary. Thanks for the great IDP advice on Sharks! I wanted to reach out to you, but can't tweet at you otherwise my opponents will see the messages and snatch the players before I can lol. I wanted to ask about this weekend. I have a flex spot in my IDP section open. We start 2 LB, 1 DE, 1 CB and a D. I'm starting DeAndre Levy, Jelani Jenkins, JJ Watt, Adam Jones and Jamie Collins. I'm torn between dropping Collins for Joe Haden (IND gives up 10th most to CB), Anthony Hitchens (CHI gives up 12 fewest to LB) or Desmond Bryant (IND gives up 2nd most to DE). I'm leaning towards Bryant...what do you advise, good sir?
Gary you didn't respond to what you said about Flacco having a high cap number that doesn't allow the Ravens to sign talent... You also took a shot at a unibrow he used to have when you have a crazy lions mane like Blake Henderson from Workaholics.
Kid? What a nice thing to say! The moisturizer is working!