SD.com Fantasy Football Logo

Fantasy Football Rankings powered by FantasyPros

SD.com Fantasy Football Logo

Fantasy Football Rankings powered by FantasyPros

Fantasy Football Rankings powered by FantasyPros

Fantasy Football Rankings powered by FantasyPros

SD.com Fantasy Football Logo

Fantasy Football Rankings powered by FantasyPros

CutlerNT

For most members of the Fantasy Football universe, the regular season came to an end in conjunction with the closing of Candlestick Park. The late interception return by NaVarro Bowman for a touchdown surely changed outcomes in a large number of leagues. The game-ending interception from Matt Ryan sent an unfortunate few to an untimely, […]

SD.com Fantasy Football Logo

It’s finally here. You’ve navigated injuries, failed draft picks, “Ninjas” or “Sleepers” that didn’t wake up, bad beats and the occasional wrong lineup decision. You’ve made your way to the fantasy title game or the runner-up contest. Harmon’s back to help with his Week 16 Championship Fantasy Football Rankings. Do you trust Brees on the […]

We tried to keep it short, so rolling out Marvin Jones, replacements for Jordan Cameron (concussion) and throwbacks to players like Jordan Todman and company couldn’t be done. Of course, as this Championship Week rolls on, numerous players are being shut down. Matt Schaub is back into the mix for the Texans. Ben Tate is […]

The calendar flipped to August today. As a result, it’s time to start doling out the fantasyland goodness here on SwollenDome.com. Over the next several days, you will be inundated with talk of Ninjas (Sleepers, if you must), Flops, Breakthrough Heroes and a mountain of statistics. The time has come to pave the road to […]

You can pick your biggest failure from Week 3 of the NFL season. There are many, many candidates in what was one of the wildest Sundays in recent NFL memory. 1. We’ve already written extensively about Cam Newton’s struggles on Thursday night. 2. Jay Cutler, CHI vs. STL: The Bears handled the Rams. Cutler and […]

The draft season is in full swing, and fantasy owners are perusing rankings across sites, making their notes and perhaps giving players their own “eye test” by watching some preseason action. One of the players that keeps popping up in discussions about his positional rank is Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan. This phenomenon occurred before his […]

I participated in what just might have been my 8,000th mock draft on Monday night. This was not your ordinary draft. No, it was part of a multi-league “Pros vs. Joes” best-ball competition … that included the selection of 26 players per team. It is a PPR league in which QBs get 4 points per […]

It’s been an interesting two weeks across this sporting landscape. We celebrated that annual rite of spring, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. (You didn’t think I was going to say Major League Baseball spring training, did you?) The NFL calendar year started with a flurry of activity and big-dollar contracts. I’ll forgo the laundry list […]

I’ll get into the Carson Palmer trade to Oakland in another post. This is an interesting one with the trade deadline looming in the NFL. Matt Forte and the Bears are at a standstill in contract negotiations. His future in Chicago is most definitely in question. A Chicago Tribune report (reissued by NFL.com) discusses that […]

“Defensively, we carried all year, and looking back at the film offensively, those first four or five games , it’s hard to watch at this point.” That statement says it all. Cutler doesn’t do many interviews, which made Thursday morning’s appearance on the Mully & Hanley Show mighty intriguing. Listen to his voice inflection when […]

It’s been a pretty negative beginning to the week. Instead of celebrating the forthcoming Steelers-Packers matchup (the Pro Bowl?) and relishing every last second of football action to come with a lockout looming, we’ve been mired in the Twitter-verse implosion from Sunday. So, I’m offering up a photo taken last year while covering last year’s […]

Zach Zaidman, sideline reporter for The Chicago Bears Network, appeared on Chicago’s “The Score 670″ with Terry Boers and Dan Bernstein to talk about Sunday’s NFC Championship Game. In addition to breaking down the game, Zaidman offered up his interview with third-string quarterback Caleb Hanie following the game. Hanie talks up the game, but the […]

I didn’t sleep well last night. Perhaps it was the gallon of glorious coffee coarsing through my veins (sponsors are welcome to inquire) or perhaps it was some of the football that I viewed on Sunday. There were some fabulous moments along the way, but there was seemingly some ugliness at every turn. Any football […]

I rolled out the handy-dandy Zoom while prepping for my video wrap and screamed through some of the good, bad and ugly from Sunday’s action here in Week 2. I’ll save the larger diatribe about Brett Favre and the QB carousel for another time. For now, let’s celebrate Matt Ryan, Jahvid Best, LeSean McCoy while […]

Harmon and his colleague John Halpin of FOXSports.com got together to discuss the good, bad and ugly of Week 1. Give it a listen .

The long and winding road has begun. The 2010 Harmon training camp tour began Saturday night with a stop in Bourbonnais to visit the Chicago Bears. It’s a team that faces a lot of “what ifs?” as preparations get underway for the opener. — What if Jay Cutler gets hurt? — What if Julius Peppers […]