Will Fuller Fantasy

Texans Will Fuller Breaks Collarbone at Practice

Article Update: Will Fuller Injured Texans' WR Will Fuller broke his collarbone today during practice, sources tell @sarahbarshop and me. Out indefinitely. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 2, 2017 Will Fuller suffered a broken collarbone on Wednesday and is out indefinitely. Broken collarbones can have a wide range of absence timetables. …

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Thomas Rawls

Thomas Rawls or C.J. Prosise? Fantasy Keeper Nightmare With Uncertainty

The NFL is an ever-changing environment and the Seattle Seahawks are no exception with their confusing running back carousel as of late. It seems like just yesterday Marshawn Lynch was breaking six or seven tackles on his way to a 40 yard gain. Today the Seahawks backfield is a 1-2 punch comprised of Mini Beast Mode Thomas Rawls and dual threat youngster C.J. Prosise. On the surface, this sounds like a great combination of power and speed that many other teams are utilizing in today’s NFL.

Dynasty Football Targets

8 Dynasty Football Trade Targets With Upside

If you ask any Fantasy owner what their goal for the upcoming season is, 95% will tell you they want to win their league and take home the glory. The other 5% would be lying to you to try and gain an edge. Yet, every Fantasy owner will tell you that victory is that much sweeter when the guy you spent hours researching and combing the waiver wire for, comes up big for your squad.

Christian McCaffrey

Dynasty Football Research: 7 Exciting College Players on the Rookie Horizon

Whether you’re a Dynasty player or not, it’s always fun to take a look at the next crop of talent coming up to speculate on who has the goods for Fantasy stardom. Now not all prospects end up being a Hall-of-Famers or even relevant on Sundays for that matter, I’m looking at you Justin Blackmon, but it’s still an important ritual for every Fantasy owner to dive into.

Arian Foster Retires

Recapping Arian Foster’s NFL Career

Promptly following Denver Broncos week seven home rout over Houston Texans. The NFL Nation and Houston Texan faithful received another round of bad news regarding former star running back Arian Foster. No not injury, but this time something more serious Retirement. After an Impressive 8-year career Foster is calling it quits. In a recent article on SI.com Foster cites the fact that his body can no longer keep up with his ambition.