Adam Harris is the Update Anchor and Executive Producer of the Les Grobstein show on 670 The Score. He attended the University of Illinois and covered the Illini Men’s Basketball and Football teams for three years. He’s previously reported on the Cubs, White Sox, and Blackhawks for 670 The Score. All four major sports are in his interest, but his expertise is in baseball and basketball. Follow him on Twitter @AHarris670.
I am all in on this Patriot team, and I suggest you do the same thing.
I have a dilemma that I think speaks to many fantasy teams out there.
It’s Week 10, and for those teams securely in the playoffs, you have much work to do to ensure you do not go one and done.
When deciding between two players week in and week out, you should take many things into account, but the decisive factor should most always be match-up.
Injuries in the NFL are inevitable, but this year they come in bunches.
You should always be preparing for the future for your fantasy team.
He may break our NFL hearts, but this is an upside fantasy year for Jay Cutler.
The NFL is different now and it’s time for fantasy owners to change their minds for good.
This was also a gigantic fantasy move that benefits some fantasy owners, but hurts many others.
Here are a list of players you should target and a list of players you can dump.
Week 1 was a funny one. Many players did more than expected, and many players did way less than expected.
People are scared of what’s to come of this Patriots’ offense – use that to your advantage.
If you draft at the end of the first round, no doubt you have lost sleep thinking about which direction you will go.
I have packed away so much fantasy knowledge in the many, many leagues I have played in over the many, many years, but this year, a new revelation has come to mind.
The White Sox have lost 10 in a row, three games due to walk-offs, and all Adam Dunn wants to do is stretch and work on turning this bad stretch around; Alex Rodriguez got in the way.
Joel Quenneville will be in Chicago for at least four more years, and his players are all smiles.
Anthony Rizzo gained financial security for a long time, agreeing to a seven-year deal, worth $39 million, with a team option each of the last two years for $14.5 million each year.
Tom Ricketts stood in front of a crowded banquet hall Wednesday with the City Club of Chicago in attendance and gave a play-by-play of plans to “restore” Wrigley Field.
After one month this season, believe it or not, Dunn is on pace for a worse season than 2011, except in the power numbers.
The renovations in and around the park will have a positive effect on business, the fans and the residents of Wrigleyville.