As you sit down to enjoy your Turkey, be it at the Thanksgiving table or from your fridge where all the leftover goodness was stored, here’s something you can read as your prepare yourself for Week 12.
Ray Flowers enlightens, entertains and titillates as he takes a look around the gridiron in his weekly look at players and numbers.
Ray Flowers is big on paces this week as he breaks down the 16 game pace of many of your favorite stars while also pointing out how Hurns is as good as Brown, Maclin & Thomas – combined.
The season is approaching the midpoint of the campaign so Ray takes a look at some players “pace” as well as pointing out some rather intriguing numbers posted by the men on the gridiron.
Ray Flowers looks at numbers, figures out some cool things, and share them with you. Who knew that...
Much like P.T. Barnum used to titillate with his collection of freaks, Ray Flowers does so by taking an in-depth look at the numbers game in the world of football.
Gary Barnidge is great. So is Johnson, Chris and Duke. What about Martin? What’s going on with Wilson, Cobb and Bennett? All these fellas and more as Ray dives into the numbers.
Colby Conway helps you with all of those tough fantasy football lineup decisions in Week 5.
Week 5 is upon us, and with each passing week there is more and more data for Ray Flowers to break down, to titillate you with.
Colby Conway helps you with all of those tough fantasy football lineup decisions in Week 4
We’re through three weeks of the NFL season and there are plenty of numbers that leap off the page, bring an interest if you will. At least they do to Ray Flowers. Do you agree?
Colby Conway helps you with all of those tough fantasy football lineup decisions in Week 3
I love numbers. They are fun, interesting and informative. This week I’ll point out a bunch of figures that may, or may not, change your opinion on players. Let’s get to it to find out.
Colby Conway helps you with all of those tough fantasy football lineup decisions in Week 2
After some wild action in Week 1 Ray Flowers breaks down the numbers you need to know at the four man fantasy positions: QB, RB, WR and TE.