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USMC Reservist (1833, YAT-YAS), Entrepreneur, Gamer, Sports Writer, College Student at Saint Johns River State College studying Aerospace Engineering.

How Leonard Fournette has Returned to Fantasy Relevance

In 2017, Leonard Fournette was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 1st round as the 4th overall pick. The LSU back brought life to the Jacksonville Jaguars and gave them a shot in the Playoff’s. He also forced Blake Bortles to step up and had the best year in his career. Unfortunately, after controversial calls, the Jaguars lost to the Patriots in the AFC Championship game. But Fournette was still a fantasy relevant player.

Why Gardner Minshew is a Good Start in Week 5

Minshew Mania has swept the league by storm. Gardner Minshew has already been compared as the next Tom Brady. While that may be a stretch, there is a lot to like about the rookie with his improving numbers and win’s week by week. But with a 2-2 record and trailing in 3 of 4 games, there may be some reason to call this a “over reaction.” I’m here to tell you that there may be no reason to hop off the Minshew train just yet, at least this week.

How The Dallas Cowboys Became a Fantasy Football Goldmine

In 2014, Scott Linehan started in Dallas as the passing game coordinator. That was the golden year for Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, and DeMarco Murray. Tony Romo became one of the best quarterback’s that season, but it was almost too late for the star due to being beaten up and injury prone. That’s when they started to rely on the running game more to counteract that with DeMarco Murray also being one of the best running backs that season.

What Nick Foles’s Injury Means for the Jaguars Offense and Their Fantasy Value

Football was back, the Jaguars had the super bowl winning quarterback starting against the tough Kansas City Cheifs, and fans were excited as optimism filled the city and locker room. That was until at the end of the second drive in the first quarter, Foles threw a 35 yard touchdown pass to DJ Chark as the Cheifs defensive tackle Chris Jones tackled Nick Foles. Soon after, he was ruled out and sat out for the rest of the game. Nick Foles literally went out with a bang, unfortunately it came too soon.