The Green Bay Packers are 13-0 and for the moment chasing perfection. But a loss or another Greg Jennings-style injury could force Mike McCarthy and co. to be conservative down the stretch and rest their top starters.
You can justly throw guys like Philip Rivers, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, and Peyton Manning into the mix for the title of “top fantasy quarterback” for the 2011 season. There’s a solid argument there for each and every QB when creating fantasy football rankings.
You might not be thinking of it right now, but once the mid-to-late rounds of your fantasy football draft roll around, you might be finding Carson Palmer and Donovan McNabb pretty valuable.
10 Fantasy Studs Buried on a Deep Roster A couple years ago it was Sidney Rice and Miles Austin. Guys that clearly had the ability to make some noise at the NFL level were either hurt or stuck behind players with bigger names. Last season…
Most fantasy owners sweat over who their starting running backs are going to be for each year. However, a smart drafter knows that sometimes planning for the unexpected is just as important.
Kevin Roberts isn’t speaking for everyone here at Gridiron Experts, but if he’s right with his Bold 5 Fantasy players to avoid in 2011, you can bet more than a few will hop on that bandwagon
Ponder remains the surest bet to start in his first season, and given his great cerebral approach and solid overall skills, he could actually have a pretty productive first season.
Greg Little isn’t a burner or athletic freak, rather he is made in the mold of a Hakeem Nicks. He is great at going up and after balls, can make the tough catch, and can make plays after securing the pass.
Donï¿½t look now, but Calvin Johnson, aka Megatron just got some serious help. Nate Burleson, Brandon Pettigrew, and Tony Scheffler were doing an adequate job of assisting the beast number one receiver, but it had been clear for a while that Johnson needed some more help.