Tom Brady

Can Tom Brady Turn Things Around in the Second Half?

by Debbie Baratz • November 1, 2013

At 6-2, the New England Patriots sit atop the AFC East and have undergone a first half of the season trying to deal with offensive changes.Quarterback Tom Brady has looked uncomfortable and has visibly shown his frustrations in this not business as usual season. In the season’s first eight games, Brady only had nine touchdown […]


Can the Patriots Keep Winning With Their Ailing Run Game?

by Debbie Baratz • October 5, 2013

For the New England Patriots, it’s been a tough season as they’re without their usual strong offensive weapons and identity. Fortunately quarterback Tom Brady has still led them to four straight wins. For the typically pass-happy Patriots, they have been turning to their running game to get it done. In last week’s 30-23 win over the […]


You Can Actually Insure Your Fantasy Football Team

by Debbie Baratz • October 4, 2013

Just as many of us have insurance for our homes (please don’t steal my TV during football season) as well as our prized NFL memorabilia, now there’s a Long Island, New York-based insurance agency that offers insurance for fantasy football. Called Fantasy Sports Insurance (FSI), Henry Olszewski, a traditional insurance broker with Intermarket Insurance Agency Inc., […]


Are We Witnessing a Quarterback Renaissance in Fantasy Football?

by Debbie Baratz • September 19, 2013

On Thursday, Week 3 will kick off for the NFL and this means it’s a third opportunity for you to find success with your fantasy teams. Sometimes that’s easier said than done but so far this year, there appears to be one trusty weapon for any team: the quarterback. In Week 1, there were 20 […]


Fantasy Football 2013 Bust Candidates

by Debbie Baratz • August 14, 2013

Just as it is important to find good fantasy sleepers (RB & WR), it’s also key to keep your eyes out for potential fantasy bust candidates. Whether it’s an injury, an unexpected performance in preseason games or a coaching change, some players may initially be at the top of your drafts but in the end, […]


Is Danny Amendola the Next Wes Welker?

by Debbie Baratz • July 25, 2013

For the New England Patriots, it’s been a busy offseason with all the negative press surrounding their players. As they look to open their 2013 training camp on Friday morning, the team will put the recent stories behind them and focus on football. One of the lead stories not only for training camp but for […]


New England Patriots 2013 Training Camp Schedule

by Debbie Baratz • July 17, 2013

The New England Patriots will kick off their 2013 training camp sessions on July 26 and they will be held on the Gillette Stadium practice fields. The practices are open and free for public attendance. One difference this year is the team’s start time for practice has changed. Gone are the 1:30 p.m. ET starts […]


With Hernandez Jailed, Gronkowski on the Mend, Who Is Left to Catch Brady’s Passes?

by Debbie Baratz • July 1, 2013

With last week’s release of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, the team is now down one player in this role with all of its hopes now pinned on tight end, Rob Gronkowski. But what his 2013 season looks like remains to be seen as he is recovering from yet another surgery–a June […]


Top Selling Jerseys in the NFL 2013 Edition

by Debbie Baratz • June 19, 2013

For NFL fans, one way to show the love to their teams and players is by wearing a favorite player’s jersey. I’ll admit I don’t get the allure of why middle-aged men still do this (sure, the jerseys look cute on kids) but I may never understand it. Maybe it’s just a guy thing–even though […]


Ranking Top Ten Fantasy Football Quarterbacks of 2013

by Debbie Baratz • June 18, 2013

With NFL quarterbacks passing more and more each season, this position in fantasy football is as important–if not more–than ever. According to NFL.com, last season 18 quarterbacks had more than 500 pass attempts with six players at more than 600 and one exceeding 700 attempts (Detroit Lions Matthew Stafford). But this doesn’t necessarily change things […]