Just because the regular season is over doesn’t mean fantasy football has to end. With the rising popularity of daily fantasy leagues, fantasy lives on into the postseason.
Brandon Pettigrew has been one of the staples of the passing attack for the Detroit Lions since coming into the league in 2009. Having the prototypical body type of a wide receiver, it isn’t a surprise that he can be very active in the offense.
This Texas A&M alum was drafted in the second round of the 2013 NFL draft by the Seattle Seahawks. Many were surprised he was drafted so high, since Seattle already had two good backs in Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin.
Alshon Jeffery comes into 2013 looking to make a huge impact in both fantasy and reality. The second year receiver will most likely cement himself this year as the Chicago Bears number two receiver opposite Brandon Marshall. He could have last season if not derailed with a knee injury.
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The New York Giants have always seem to have a solid, but not necessarily spectacular tight end. From Jeremy Shockey and Jake Ballard, to Martellus Bennett and Kevin Boss, these players have been able to stay active in the Giants passing game.
Fantasy football owners are beginning to assemble their draft boards for upcoming season. Some also have separate lists of players that fall under sleepers, overrated or underrated. One list that I’m pretty sure everyone makes is the players to avoid… here are Zhan’s
Aaron Dobson was productive in the NCAA but was not seen as the most dynamic skilled player in April’s NFL Draft. With good hands, good body control, and a solid route runner, Dobson apparently did enough to convince the New England Patriots