To complicate matters a bit, if you had to teach American football to a foreign sports enthusiast, could you properly explain why Johnson's TD was negated ... and yet
You know who else could've gone without the hysteria of Johnson's woulda-coulda-shoulda TD?
Speaking of Campbell, I'm reasonably certain that he's a QB upgrade over
In last month's SI.com preview, I marginalized
Even in defeat, the Broncos' fantasy portfolio improved Sunday. Running back
Regarding the Colts, there's no cause for fantasy alarm here.
The Falcons' performance brought a batch of mixed reviews to Revelations.
So, what does the future entail for Vick and Packers backup RB
As for the Browns it's hard to fathom how they lost this game. After all, good things usually happen to teams with
Regarding the Panthers, no one was expecting
The "lethargic third QB" crack wasn't intended for
The follow-up question is rather obvious: Are Anderson and Breaston must-haves on the waiver wire, or should we take coach
Instead, we're left with a Redskins victory that feels like a loss for all parties involved -- fantasy owners included. (Anyone notice the goose-egg travails of Redskins
No, this way probably works better in the long run. The last thing we want is NFL Network remembering this snoozefest as a "classic" 10-20 years from now.