The third-year wide receiver breakout theory has been around in fantasy football circles for as long as I can remember. The logic is sound enough, as rookie receivers over the years have not typically been asked to step into a starting role
Anchorman is one of my favorite movies. Great characters, immensely quotable, and one of those films that I just never get tired of watching. I’ve used Anchorman references in my fantasy football team names many times over the last decade.
Detroit Lions and Matthew Stafford have agreed on a three-year extension reportedly worth $53 million. The deal is rumored to include $41.5 million guaranteed with a $27.5 million signing bonus.
T.Y. Hilton burst onto the fantasy scene in 2012 with an 861-yard, seven-touchdown rookie campaign for the Colts. That production has Hilton rated by many as a top-35 fantasy wide receiver ahead of the 2013 season