Jay Clemons has been an award-winning sportswriter within the newspaper, magazine and online mediums for more than a decade -- most recently with the Detroit Lions, Sports Illustrated (SI.com) and now, the National Football Post. Clemons, who possesses a bachelor's degree from Michigan State University and master's from Wayne State University, currently resides in the heart of Atlanta.
Our resident Philanthropist offers a potpourri of takes, deriding Media Row at the Super Bowl and trumpeting LeSean McCoy in fantasyland.
Our resident Philanthropist poured over 46 NFL seasons to identify the "25 Greatest Teams To Not Win The Super Bowl."
From "The Catch" to "The Drive," Jay Clemons looks back at some of the best moments from Championship Sunday.
Our resident Philanthropist offers some vital tips to the lucky owners playing in the Super Bowl of fantasyland..
Our resident Philanthropist offers his final recap of Sunday action, while boldly looking ahead to the 2012 fantasy preseason.
Fantasy GMs would be wise to welcome rookies Andy Dalton and A.J. Green into their playoff lineups for Week 15.
Thanks to MJD, Eli Manning and Rob Gronkowski, some owners will live to fight another day in the fantasy playoffs.
Our resident Philanthropist has a few tips and tricks to succeed in Round 1 of the fantasy playoffs.
Our resident Philanthropist details Sunday's amazing action and identifies the most dangerous tailbacks for the fantasy playoffs.
Our resident Philanthropist offers his QB/RB/WR fantasy locks ... and a few tips for surviving a pressure-packed Week 13.
Need proof that tailbacks make the fantasy world go'round in December? Look to CJ2K and Beanie on the last November Sunday.
The fantasy world should reap the benefits of a bye-free NFL Week 12 that's full of potential high-scoring affairs.
OCT 31 Joel Corry
Will DeMarco Murray set the single season rushing record? Will an 8-8 mark win the NFC South? Let’s take a look.
OCT 31 Seth Schwartz
Despite having scouts at every game, James Harris wasn't a lock to be drafted.
OCT 30 Seth Schwartz
From the NFL to the CFL to the WFL and the USFL, Johnnie Walton's career was one for the ages.