A slice of the 2014 NFL season is finally in the rearview mirror and Week 2 has already begun. If you’re not happy with the lineup you’re putting forward after you got (or didn’t get) your waiver choices, let’s look at two guys who are free agents in most leagues but could produce like starters for you in Week 2.
While there are several schools of thought when it comes to drafting quarterbacks and tight ends for fantasy football purposes, a lot of people feel most comfortable addressing one or both of the positions early in the draft.
While the majority of fantasy football is still played in the 1QB/2RB/3WR/TE/ format, there are strong indicators that 2QB fantasy leagues are growing in popularity. I won’t wax poetic on the complexities introduced, or say that one format is any more difficult to master than the other.
There’s been seven head coaching changes in the NFL this offseason, and nearly two dozen coordinators having changed gigs. Not necessarily all that rare, but what can it mean for us fantasy football addicts?
Not every player can produce consistently every season, especially in the realm of fantasy football. Check out Zach Greubel’s Fantasy Football Regression article for 2014
Check out the Best and worst NFL Road teams over the last 10 years. Gridiron Experts Mike Rigz breaks down all NFL teams over a 3, 5 and 10 stretch.
Gridiron Experts 2014 NFL Draft grades for all 32 teams. Our staff look over each pick and review value vs. need along with adding insight into all of the more popular choices at this years Draft
Bring on this years crop of NFL Draft Hats. I have to admit, I’m still trying to adjust to New ERA taking over for NFLShop. I’m old school, I want a baseball style cap with a simple design made with high quality materials. Yet, this new generation love’s it’s busy designs. -Listen to me, I sound like some old fart? “Get off my lawn!”
The following is a complete team by team Grid of the 2014 NFL Schedule. Gridiron Experts is going to stay on top of this page throughout the season and replace the “Home” or “Away” with Green and Red scores, indicating which team won and lost.
Less touchdowns, a worse completion percentage, more interceptions, less wins — it was an ugly and disappointing sophomore season for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III last year.
It included everything from hanging out with rappers in the nation’s capital, to multiple gang affiliation rumors, but finally, after a media semi-circus, free agent wide receiver DeSean Jackson has found a new home.
We may have been spoiled by fantasy rookie quarterbacks in 2012, but 2013 brought a spoil of rookie running backs to compensate for the lack of depth at the position entering our drafts. Rookies that ended up being steals in the fourth, fifth and sixth rounds won’t be on the board much past Round 2 in 2014.