About

Eli Nachmany is a student at New York University studying Sports Management with a concentration in Sports Law. He now writes for Pro Football Focus: Fantasy and The Sports Daily, along with North Jersey Media Group.

Any media inquiries should be forwarded to Nachmany's personal email: enachmany@gmail.com

Follow Nachmany on Twitter @EliNachmany

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  • RJ Jones posted 651 days ago

    RJ Jones

    Hey Eli,

    I am a huge fan of your blog and I'm stoked that you are a featured writer. I recently made a Superbowl Animation that I really think you will get a huge kick out of. I really hope you watch, enjoy, and share it.

    Thanks dude,
    R.J. Jones

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trk5kj8v_8s

  • Daniel Farrell posted 710 days ago

    Daniel Farrell

    Eli,

    I typed "has a starting rookie QB ever won a Super Bowl" into Google and came across your article "NFL Predictions: Which Rookie QB Will Win a Super Bowl First?" written on Sept. 12th, 2012 and I'm wondering as I write this to you on Jan. 6th, 2013 after the Seahawks beat the Redskins 24-14 in the NFC wild card game, if you have found some way to time travel to future NFL games because your prediction of Russell Wilson being the best pick out of all the 2012 NFL season's 5 starting rookie quarterbacks to win a Super Bowl is looking like it might just come true. Great article!

    Dan
    Seattle, WA
    12 MAN

  • Adam Griffiths posted 741 days ago

    Adam Griffiths

    Gotta give you props on Getting your Raiders v Broncos Live GAME grade updates in quickly.

    You have been the Quickest at these i've seen so far!

  • Travis Fields posted 793 days ago

    Travis Fields

    Hey Eli,
    You seem like a pretty decent fellow, but please do the NW a favor and don't write articles about teams you obviously don't follow. I like many of BR's articles but when I see articles written that were very obviously not researched properly I feel like maybe you guys are going for quantity over quality in your approach to writing articles.

    If you want to make it as a sports writer you are gonna need to show that you actually know what you are talking about. Grazing over some stats and coming up with an article based on those alone is not gonna look good to anyone that has actually watched the games.

    Watch some film before you put the pen to the paper (so to speak).

    Sincerely,
    Travis

  • jack little posted 1044 days ago

    jack little

    pick upshaw then ot or another pass rusher because of our bad pass rush fix offense in FA

  • Ryan Fitzpatrick posted 1114 days ago

    Ryan Fitzpatrick

    Hey Eli it's Ryan Fitzpatrick I have read some your articles and i loved them. I couldn't help but notice that your picture seems to be taking place in a locker room. What I was wondering is if you play football. If you do I will try to get you a trip up here to Buffalo to maybe come see a practice and talk to some coaches.

  • Tim Anderson posted 1134 days ago

    Tim  Anderson

    It was a very good article Eli on a hot topic...I hope you pursur it.

  • Garrett Derr posted 1212 days ago

    Garrett Derr

    Hey man I wrote an article about the Top 10 Pro Athletes Who Would Make Good UFC Fighters. Would love to hear what you think man. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/817080-10-pro-athletes-that-would-make-good-ufc-fighters

  • bucky qualls posted 1289 days ago

    bucky qualls

    Eli i need to ask you a question. Are guys like you and Ryan Rudnansky real sports writers. I just joined Bleacher report last week. I am not trying to become a writer like You and Ryan. But i do like to offer up commemts and my opionon. I have been Bashing Tony Romo and jerry Jones pretty good. other Cowboy fans might want to kill me. Is it okay to bash people or would it be better to not post negative comments. Any advice given would be helpful.

  • John Doublin posted 1303 days ago

    John Doublin

    Some big surprises maybe?
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/602978-2011-nfl-preview-potential-surprise-2012-pro-bowlers-from-all-32-teams

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