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The finish of 2012 NFL regular season is rapidly approaching and that means most all fantasy football leagues are heading into the stretch run of their seasons as well as championship games are looming in coming weeks. If you are in the playoff hunt, you might have to hit the waiver wire in order to fill a need created due to injury. Fantasy football waiver wires are becoming very trimmed down but depending on your league, there might still be one player that could help you this week.
Philadelphia Eagles RB Bryce Brown- Brown has been one bright spot for the otherwise pathetic Eagles season. Brown has filled in well for RB LeSean McCoy who hasn’t been cleared to return to the field after suffering a concussion three weeks ago. Brown has rushed for an impressive 347 yards and four scores in the last two weeks but has struggled with costly fumbles. Brown will face the top ranked Tampa Bay Buccaneers run defense this week on the road. Currently only owned in 68% of ESPN ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Running BacksWe got the second edition of rookie Bryce Brown and again the youngster put on quite a show. The kid was exploding up the gut and around the corner on the Cowboys, while running through arm tackles like they weren’t even there.
I don’t think Brown has clear understood yet how important it is that he [...](Read more...)
Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes that Eagles RB Bryce Brown has played well enough that he will likely be a “part of the offense” even when LeSean McCoy returns from his concussion.
Brown has coughed up the ball three times in the last two weeks, but has also tallied a staggering 347 yards rushing to go along with 4 touchdowns. McCoy wasn’t this effective...
Eagles halfback Bryce Brown steamrolled the Cowboys for 169 rushing yards Sunday in Dallas.Fantasy Spin:Brown has amassed 347 rushing yards and four touchdowns in his past two games. Unfortunately, it's also come with three fumbles, including one in the fourth quarter that sealed the victory for Dallas. He's a must-start while LeSean McCoy is out but we're not so sure after that.
Rookie Bryce Brown ran 10 yards for a touchdown and the Philadelphia Eagles led the Dallas Cowboys 7-3 early in the second quarter on Sunday night.
Brown, starting in place of LeSean McCoy for the second straight week, began the five-play scoring drive with a 42-yard run up the middle and finished it by going untouched around the left side of the Dallas defense. He had 34 yards...
Despite rushing for 169 yards and two TDs on 29 carries, the Philadelphia Eagles RB took a page out of Olympic Gymnast McKayla Maroney’s playbook and showed the world his “not impressed” face. Needless to say, Brown is pretty late in joining in on the fad.H/T: @cjzero
Brand new jersey, made by Nike
The playoffs are upon us for those who joined the Eagles Addict Fantasy Football League! We’re down to the final six (well, five really)…who’s going to win that brand-spankin’ new Nike LeSean McCoy jersey?
And no, I can’t replace it with a Bryce Brown jersey!
Anyway, it was a pretty competitive league during the regular season. Well, except...
Philadelphia Eagles An Intriguing 8-Point Underdog Against Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Philadelphia Eagles continued to fade into the NFL abyss with an eighth-straight loss Monday night to the Dallas Cowboys. Next up is a road trip to take on the playoff-hungry Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-6), who are a heavy 8-point favorite according to the Week 14 NFL odds.
How Can Brown Fail For You?
> On the first play from scrimmage, DeMarcus Ware wasted Brent Celek and nearly ended Nick Fols as Philadelphia shrugged> WR Riley Cooper and Celek both fought for first downs, which was nice, I guess> RB Bryce Brown is really good at running wide for a big loss> Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray is running with a slight limp, which means he might...
The Philadelphia Eagles led after the first quarter for the first time all season, and led after the second and third quarters as well. They scored on four consecutive drives at one point, and there was even a 98-yard punt return. Rookie running back Bryce Brown had another big night, with 169 yards and two…
Get it? Andrew Hawkins? Hawkin’? Eagles? So much pun, so little time. The truth of the matter is it’s playoff time and we all know you’re most likely a strong enough team or else you wouldn’t be here. But injuries can always happen. It’s why I carry around a first aid kit where ever I go and have learned to make splints out of those umbrella sticks found in...
Fantasy Playoff Time
Fantasy Playoff time is upon us making this our final installment of PSW sits and starts. With NFL teams fighting for playoff berths and others out of contention makes navigating through your fantasy playoffs just that much harder. Who to play, who to watch out for and who just to plain sit. PSW will offer a few suggestions to possibly make you League Champion...