Gridiron Intel's Locks & Knocks

By Saif Khan, September 21, 2014 Due to not having the show ‘Gridiron Intel’ today, we felt like we didn’t want to leave you guys hanging for Week 3 of Fantasy Football. When we can, we will post our ‘Locks and Knocks’. ‘Locks and Knocks’ will also feature a game spotlight with in depth analysis on each spotlighted player in the matchup. Locks - Lock the player into your line-up Meh- Medium-High Risk (Inconsistency) Knocks - Knock the player down to your bench GAME SPOTLIGHT San Diego Chargers at Buffalo Bills San Diego Chargers Locks: (QB) Philip Rivers – Philip Rivers is coming off a high. In week 2, he battled the Seattle Seahawks gruesome defense and proved that he could throw to CB Rich

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE FADING BACKFIELD: COMMUNITY VERSUS ELITE

By Saif Khan, Spetember 19th, 2014 Take a look at the NFL these days. You don’t really see too many teams positioning their offenses around single star running backs as was seen back in the day when you had guys like Jim Brown, Barry Sanders, Walter Payton, Marshall Faulk, LaDanian Tomlinson, Terrell Davis, Ahman Green and so many other star names leading the backfield of teams. In recent seasons, many NFL teams have shifted to having a community of backs rather than just one elite star rusher. Given, there has been more injuries, more so in the recent years, however I still feel that more teams are becoming more and more comfortable running with two to three running backs. So the question a

2014 NFL Power Rankings- Week 1

By Kevin Gillikin, September 2, 2014 32. Tennessee Titans – There’s absoultely nothing going for this team other than a couple of Bronco rejects on defense. Likely Locker’s last season as an NFL starter. 31. Minnesota Vikings – Matt Cassel won a 3-way QB competition. That’s all you need to know. 30. Washington Redskins – They gambled everything on the hope that RG3 would be a sensational QB. Unfortunately for them, he’s not. In fact, he’s pretty bad. The ‘Skins are facing another rough year. 29. Oakland Raiders – They have a decent team that would probably go 7-9 in a normal division. But they’re in the jungle, baby. They’re gonna die. 28. Jacksonville Jaguars – I hate to admit it – Blake Bo

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