Coming into the 2010 season things were looking up for Tony Romo with the addition of Dez Bryant and the retention of Miles Austin. This guy right here had Romo leading a couple of fantasy squads with certain playoff berths in the future. Now…not so sure. There are moves to be made for those that do not have a solid backup for Romo on their squad. What to do…what to do…? Read the rest of this entry »
1. Drew Brees: Brees was simply the best quarterback in the NFL last year, and he’s a superstar. Especially when it comes to fantasy leagues. Brees had a handful of monster games last season, and it’s safe to say that this season should be no different. Bonus points when you factor in Colston’s return.
2. Tom Brady: I’d be tempted to put him at #1, but his rustiness could be an issue at the beginning of the season and it remains to be seen how well he’s recovered from injury. He’s looked strong in the preseason, but that’s no sure thing. Now that we’ve thrown out the risk factors, Brady is a fantasy stud and could easily be the best in football. Read the rest of this entry »
If you want a good tip about Fantasy Football Quarterback Pickups, remember this: never draft a rookie QB as your starter. Do you remember how excited everyone was about Arizona QB Matt Leinart, Tennessee QB Vince Young, Oakland QB Jamarcus Russel, and even Cleveland QB Brady Quinn? Fantasy football managers couldn’t wait to draft them into their line-ups. Big mistake.
Typically, NFL coaches make rookies sit on the bench a few years to study the veteran QB before he’s ever able to start a game. If rookies do get lucky enough to start, it’s usually as a fill-in for an injured veteran. The great QBs of today like New England QB Tom Brady, Dallas QB Tony Romo, Denver QB Jay Cutler, San Diego QB Philip Rivers, and New Orleans QB Drew Brees, all watched, studied, and absorbed from the bench before they were able to start and finish a game with notable success. In the last few years, it seems as if more coaches are taking their chances with rookie quarterbacks. Read the rest of this entry »
Here is some Tony Romo Fantasy Football advice. I have Tony Romo in one of my leagues, and like you, I have awaited his return with abated breath. However, as much as I wanted to start him, I decided to bench him for week 11. I played QB Kansas City Thigpen instead and I’ll tell you why. Read the rest of this entry »
Week 11 Quarterbacks to Start or Bench is a quick list of some players that may impact your fantasy team this week. If you have a quarterback in trouble, or not sure who to play, then double check this list and see if there is a player that may help your team get the win it needs to make the playoffs.
Week 11 Quarterbacks to Start: Read the rest of this entry »