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 celebrates the dominance of Arian Foster and Calvin Johnson, while trumpeting the future greatness of Ray Rice.
Jay Clemons takes to the airwaves to offer up his top fantasy options for Week 6.
Will the 1-4 Eagles take a conservative tack with Michael Vick in their must-win clash with the division-leading Redskins?
Perhaps it was written in the stars that Aaron Rodgers, Big Ben and Adrian Peterson would dominate Sunday's fantasy action.
Jay Clemons takes to the airwaves to offer up his top fantasy options for Week 5.
Our resident Philanthropist reveals his QB/WR/RB locks for Week 5, including LeGarrette Blount's litmus-test showdown with the 49ers.
Forte, Gore and Nicks were virtually unstoppable in Week 4, but only Aaron Rodgers made it one for the books.
Trading a sluggish star like Chris Johnson might be the perfect spark for the wayward fantasy team.
Our resident Philanthropist sings the praises of Drew Brees and Matt Schaub ... while remaining miffed at CBS for burying their Week 3 shootout.
Jay Clemons takes to the airwaves to offer up his top fantasy options for Week 3.
Our resident Philanthropist details ways to shake the 0-2 blues and forewarns the fantasy world about Chris Johnson's Week 3 breakout.
It was another explosive weekend for the NFL's best and brightest passers, including the new Mr. 400, Cam Newton.
JUL 30 Erik Oehler
The names are coming in, and in Buffalo, the waiting game begins.
JUL 30 Joel Corry
What will it take to get the Seattle’s top rusher back on the field?
JUL 24 Joel Corry
Offensive tackle Lane Johnson’s mistake will cost him close to $1 million.