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Grading The 4 Most Confusing ESPN Fantasy Football Projections For Week 10: Richardson, Tolbert, Bush, And Mike James
Plato — father of modern philosophy — said it best about the 2013 fantasy football season:
This man, on one hand, believes that he knows something, while not knowing [anything]. On the other hand, I – equally ignorant – do not believe [that I know anything].
Should you pick up Santonio Holmes or Aaron Dobson? What’s the latest on injured players such as Miles Austin and Reggie Bush? The legendary Lenny Melnick has the answers you seek, right here on RotoRadio!
Reggie Bush has moved to Detroit, where he is expected to become a top target in the passing game. But are fantasy analysts getting a bit too excited over his potential upside with his new team? Scott Engel and Adam Ronis discuss.
Wes Welker knows how to pick his Hall of Fame quarterbacks: the former New England Patriot cornerstone inked a 2-year deal with the Denver Broncos for $12 million yesterday. And he wasn’t the only prominent offensive player to switch teams: Reggie Bush agreed to a deal with the Dolphins. After the jump, what this all means from a fantasy perspective.
Reggie Bush knows a thing or two about attractive women. He plays in Miami after all, where there are quite a few of them, and he once bedded Kim Kardashian. The fare in Buffalo, NY, however, is another story, at least according to Bush.
Guys, Jimmy Johnson loves fried chicken, so Terry Bradshaw totally isn’t a racist. At least that’s the narrative being spun right now on Twitter by the entire FOX Sports staff. If you haven’t heard, Bradshaw was calling a Reggie Bush touchdown run when he remarked, “Look at this Jimmy, like he was chasing that bucket of chicken…” Let’s discuss, after the jump.
Another night, another presidential debate! But that’s not all that’s on the docket this morning. Justin Verlander and some suspect trip wire in Denver on Monday Night Football also made the cut. Read on and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.. Now, our morning words of wisdom.