Bio

Anthony Cervino is a lifelong NFL enthusiast, especially of the Dallas Cowboys. He has been infatuated with the game since childhood and was introduced to fantasy football as a young teen. Back then, the league commissioner typed out the weekly newsletter and used the Daily News to tally scores. In a statistic-driven game of fantasy football, Anthony believes that sometimes you have to rely on that good ole gut instinct. Anthony resides in New Jersey where he lives with his wife, son and a pomeranian that is named Roman (after Tony Romo). When Anthony is not immersed in the NFL or fantasy football related activities, he enjoys bodybuilding and spending time with his family. Anthony is committed to giving you his best analysis and most accurate statistics to help you win championships. Don't hesitate to tweet Anthony @therealnflguru about anything NFL or fantasy-related topics. He will always respond in a timely fashion.


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Fantasy Football: Under the Radar Matchup Analysis (Week 17) photo
Week 17 has finally arrived. For those fantasy owners competing in Championship games this week, there are a lot of factors that go into ...
by Anthony Cervino in FantasyWed, Dec 28
Fantasy Football: Under the Radar Matchup Analysis (Week 16) photo
The 2016 regular season has been a long road, but Week 16 is finally here and so is the Championship game of the fantasy ...
by Anthony Cervino in FantasyWed, Dec 21
Fantasy Football: Under the Radar Matchup Analysis (Week 15) photo
Welcome to Week 15 of the 2016 NFL season. In the fantasy football world, it is the second round of the fantasy playoffs, and ...
by Anthony Cervino in FantasyWed, Dec 14
Fantasy Football: Under the Radar Matchup Analysis (Week 14) photo
It's Week 14 of the 2016 NFL season, and the fantasy playoffs have arrived. Last week's slate of games showcased the parody within fantasy football ...
by Anthony Cervino in FantasyThu, Dec 8
Fantasy Football: Under the Radar Matchup Analysis (Week 13) photo
Week 13 of the 2016 NFL season is upon us. In the fantasy football world, many are vying for playoff spots or positioning in ...
by Anthony Cervino in FantasyThu, Dec 1
Will Tyreek Hill Continue His Rise to Fantasy Relevance? photo
Since head coach Andy Reid joined the Kanas City Chiefs in 2013, the team has ranked in the bottom 10 of the NFL in ...
by Anthony Cervino in FantasyFri, Nov 18
Is C.J. Fiedorowicz a TE1? photo
Fantasy football's tight end position has been a question mark in 2016. Midway through the season, only five of the top 10 tight end ...
by Anthony Cervino in FantasyThu, Nov 3
What to Expect From Jack Doyle photo
The Indianapolis Colts began the 2016 season arguably loaded on the offensive side of the ball. However, the proverbial injury bug reared its head by ...
by Anthony Cervino in FantasyFri, Oct 28
Latest News From Anthony
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Jamison Crowder the Redskins' No. 2 pass-catching option? photo
Washington Redskins beat writer Mike Jones believes Jamison Crowder is the team's No. 2 pass catching option behind Jordan Reed. "When Reed returns, the offense will run through him, but until then, Crowder is option No. 1, so it’ll be interesting to see how Cousins and Crowder look from a timing perspective despite limited practice time," Jones said Thursday via the Washington Post.
Blake Bortles' starting job in jeopardy? photo
Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone told the media the team's starting quarterback job is "up for grabs."
Le'Veon Bell to report before Week 1 photo
ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell will report to the team before the start of the regular season.
John Brown remains set back with sickle cell issue photo
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians confirmed that wide receiver John Brown's (quad) sickle cell issue slows down his recovery process. "That's a fact," Arians said via AzCardinals.com. On having to wait for Brown's return to the field, Arians said: "I don’t have any choice. If he can’t run he can’t play. Now, if he can’t run long enough (after he returns), you’ve got to replace him.”
Jaron Brown Cardinals' WR2? photo
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians told the press Jaron Brown is the team's No. 2 receiver "right now."
AzCardinals.com2 days ago
Ryan Mathews to continue playing career photo
NFL Insider Adam Caplan is reporting free agent running back Ryan Mathews intends to continue his playing career.
Ezekiel Elliott files appeal of suspension photo
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has officially filed the appeal of his six-game suspension with the NFL Tuesday.
Jordan Matthews to return 'sooner than later?' photo
Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott told the media wide receiver Jordan Matthews (chest) is "hopeful" he could return "sooner than later."
Breshad Perriman to miss extended time photo
Baltimore Ravens beat writer Jeff Zrebiec is reporting wide receiver Breshad Perriman (hamstring) is dealing with a Grade 2 hamstring strain.
Darren McFadden, Alfred Morris to split regular season carries? photo
Dallas Cowboys beat writer Todd Archer believes the team could use a by-committee approach to their ground attack while Ezekiel Elliott serves out his six game ban to open the 2017 season.
Amari Cooper returns to practice photo
Oakland Raiders beat writer Vic Tafur is reporting wide receiver Amari Cooper (leg) returned to practice Tuesday.
Lucky Whitehead to miss extended time photo
New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles told the media wide receiver Lucky Whitehead (foot) is dealing with a broken foot and will miss an extended period as a result.
Jets on Twitter3 days ago