4for4 Fantasy Football Scouts
Our staff includes statisticians, accuracy award winners, NFL team insiders, football reporters, decision support professionals and a former NFL coach! To be the best, it's important your information and insights come from the best -- people that really know the game. Our scouts have access, really know football and actively participate in fantasy leagues. This combination allows us to deliver unmatched insights and it gives you a huge edge in your league.
Meet some of our current & past contributors...
Josh Moore - Owner, Editor
Back-to-back Top 5 Most Accurate Expert
Josh came to 4for4 Fantasy Football in 2005 with a computer science background and extensive experience in both web development and writing. Josh's skill set was a natural fit with the vision of 4for4. Over time Josh's role in the company continued to expand with him taking over ownership in 2009. Josh is responsible for all day-to-day operations.
Josh was recognized as a Top 5 Most Accurate Expert in both 2010 and 2011 by FantasyPros, a 3rd party tracking industry rankings. In 2012, Josh turned the 4for4 ranking duties over to Senior Editor John Paulsen in an effort to focus his efforts on subscriber growth and satisfaction.Follow Josh on Twitter: @4for4_Josh.
John Paulsen - Senior Editor
Most Accurate Expert 2010-13
John Paulsen has been playing fantasy football for two decades and has served up fantasy advice to readers since 2005. John was named the Most Accurate Fantasy Football Expert by FantasyPros for the 2010 season, finished as runner-up in 2011 and 4th in 2012 for an unprecedented three straight top 5 finishes. Cumulatively, John was the most accurate expert from 2010-13 while also winning the 2011 Fantasy Sports Trade Association award for the most accurate preseason rankings. John stands 6'8" and started on UW-Platteville's undefeated 1995 D3 National Championship basketball team, guided by current University of Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan.Follow John on Twitter: @4for4_John.
Greg Alan - 4for4 Founder
Greg Alan Pisch is the original founder of 4for4.com Fantasy Football. To get the 4for4.com site off the ground, Greg assembled one of the best teams of NFL insiders on the web and helped design a number of decision support tools and models. In the process, Greg has done guest appearances on sports radio and authored many fantasy football articles in various national publications.
Greg came from a distinguished 17-year career in industry, pioneering a number of analysis and statistical measurement methods now used by several global Fortune-100 companies. Greg is currently a managing member of The GNG Group.
Jonathan Bales is the author of the Fantasy Football for Smart People book series and most recently How to Cash in on the Future of the Game, focused on daily fantasy gaming. He's a regular contributor to the New York Times, NBC, Dallas Morning News, and DallasCowboys.com. H
NFL Coach Tom Bass
Coach Bass spent 23-years in the NFL as an offensive coach and defensive coordinator, including stints with the San Diego Chargers, Cincinnati Bengals and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Coach Bass also scouted and recruited players, serving as Vice President of Personnel with the New England Patriots. As a defensive coordinator, Tom had the #1 defense in the league with the Bucs. As a member of the San Diego Chargers, Coach Bass was hand selected by offensive genius Don Coryell. It was Coach Bass that recommended Coach John Madden, giving Madden his first major coaching break. Coach Bass' understanding of team tendencies and his ability to break down formations is unmatched.
C.D. is a journalist and fantasy writer for 4for4, specializing in quarterback streaming. Carter's work has been featured in the New York Times Fifth Down blog, and he was nominated for the Fantasy Sports Writers Association's 2012 newcomer of the year award. He's the author of "How To Think Like a Fantasy Football Winner."Follow C.D. on Twitter: CDCarter13.
Pat Fitzmaurice was an editor for Pro Football Weekly from 1996 to 1999 and contributed to their online fantasy coverage from 2000 to 2013. A University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate, Pat is a diehard supporter of the Badgers and Packers. He works as an editor in Chicago, and he and his wife and two children live in the Chicago suburbs.Follow Patrick on Twitter: @FitzPFW.
Bob is the Senior Editor of Fantasy Sports Magazines (FSP) and Football Diehards. Often working 16-hour days, Bob has been covering the NFL professionally since 1993 and has been featured on CNN-SI, Fox Sports and HBO as well as a number of sports talk shows around the country. Always entertaining and highly informative, nobody covers the NFL closer than our good friend and contributor Bob Harris.Follow Bob on Twitter: @footballdiehard.
Jordan is a Digital Sports Producer at the Indianapolis Star. He has a bachelor's degree in sports journalism from Indiana University and has been a fan of fantasy football since before he was in high school. His love for football and writing led him to a position with 4for4 Fantasy Football in 2012. Getting verified on Twitter is among one of his greatest career accomplishments.Follow Jordan on Twitter: @JordanHeckFF.
TJ is a former full-time poker player who has been playing fantasy football for more than a decade. After online poker was outlawed, TJ ended his poker career and dedicated himself to fantasy football. His background in poker statistics and analytics translates to success in both daily and season-long fantasy football.Follow Teddy on Twitter: @TJHernandez.
Chris has covered the NFL professionally since 1998 having spent 12 seasons covering the Pittsburgh Steelers for SteelersLIVE. He still covers the Steelers, but he also now covers the Eagles, Giants and Jets on a daily basis in his role as program director and on-air talent for Fox Sports Radio THE GAME in the Scranton PA. He hosts a daily, drive time talk show called the Sports Blitz and is an NFL contributor to radio talk shows in the Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and New York markets.Follow Chris on Twitter: @ChrisKucharski.
Dan serves as the Weekly Fantasy Football Reporter for Redskins Magazine Television (airs on Comcast SportsNet throughout the DC, Maryland and Virginia markets). Dan is also both the Executive Director & Co-Host of Fantasy Tailgate - DC's first weekly Fantasy Football TV show. In addition to Comcast SportsNet, Dan has appeared on MSNBC, CNN, MTV and FOX. As a former Div-I scholarship football player, Dan knows his football.Follow Dan on Twitter: @DCLaBert.
Dale really knows the Pittsburgh Steelers. He's covered the team professionally, full-time for 10+ seasons. Dale has full access to the Steelers. He goes to all of their games, both home and away, and also works out of their offices during the season. Dale works for the Observer-Reporter in Pennsylvania and regularly attends team practices and interviews some of the games greats. To top it off, Dale's a tenacious competitor when it comes to Fantasy Football.Follow Dale on Twitter: @dlolleyor.
Russ is a licensed Physical Therapist and Clinical Director at Lattimore Physical Therapy in Rochester, NY. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University at Buffalo in 2009, as well as his Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science in 2006 Russell treats orthopedic and sports related injuries exclusively and is certified in strength and conditioning through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is pursuing a board certification in sports through the American Physical Therapy Association, which is now required for every physical therapist who is part of the medical staff in the NFL. Russ provides a unique perspective on NFL injuries as they relate to fantasy football.Follow Russell on Twitter: @russmanalastas.
Brandon has been a regular contributor to 4for4 since 2006. He's an experienced writer with a background in communication and business. Brandon currently serves as the National Sports Commentary writer for Big Sky Weekly. An avid fan and long time fantasy junkie, Brandon follows every team closely and has covered the Ravens, Giants, Patriots, and Colts in his tenure at 4for4.Follow Brandon on Twitter: @2guysbrandon.
Scott has been a weekly sports editor of four local papers, and a sports writer for the Times News newspaper for over 12 years, covering anything from youth to pro sports and everything in between in eastern PA. He's been a contributor to 4for4.com since 2005 and has been playing fantasy football since the late 1990s. Scott has covered Philadelphia Eagles training camp since 1997 and primarily covers the Eagles for 4for4.com.Follow Scott on Twitter: @4for4_Scott.
Andy participated in his first fantasy football league way back in 1990 before he was even eligible to vote. He's been a contributor to 4for4 since 2007 and has worked for other websites covering college and high school sports. Andy is a graduate of the prestigious University of Missouri School of Journalism. If you are ever at a draft with Andy, don't be surprised if he's the first one to take a wide receiver!Follow Andy on Twitter: @andyrioux.
Anthony Stalter is the co-host of the mid-day show on sports radio 101 ESPN in St. Louis. He's also a pre-game host for the Rams Radio Network and served as the station's reporter for the 2013 NFL Draft. Anthony hosts 4for4's Most Accurate Podcast and contributes as a Scout and columnist.Follow Anthony on Twitter: @AnthonyStalter.
Doc is a veteran of nine NFL seasons and has a Super Bowl ring to his credit. He was a starting TE for Coach Joe Gibbs' 1982 World Champion Washington Redskins and is an original member of the famed offensive linemen known as the "HOGS." In addition, Doc played ball for Coach Dick Vermeil and received Lineman of the Year honors while at UCLA while helping the Bruins win the Rose Bowl. Now, as a broadcaster, Doc delivers color commentary nationally on CBS Westwood-One Radio during the NFL Game of the Week. Doc is also a co-host on Sports Talk 980 WTEM in Washington DC and he hosts the ProView TV show on Comcast SportsNet.
Mike has covered the Vikings since 1991. Mike has worked doing sportscasts for the Minnesota News Network and has worked for WCCO and KFAN radio in Minnesota. Mike has been a pre and post game analyst for the local Fox television station as well as a weekly guest/analyst on the Warren Moon Show. Prior to moving to Minnesota, Mike worked in San Francisco where he shared a radio show with former 49er Steve Young. Mike also co-hosted a call in show on KCBS radio with NFL super agent Leigh Steinberg. Mike has excellent sources with agents, coaches and NFL players.