The previous two draft classes have included some of the most talented wide receivers in the NFL. For example, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is in the conversation for the top receiver in the league and 2015 first-round pick Amari Cooper earned over 1,000 receiving yards and
It all starts in the trenches on both sides of the ball. We all know this. NFL teams know this. Be that as it may, life happens, injuries occur and some players just don’t pan out the way we projected or expected them to. The end result: a patchwork unit that is inconsistent and unable to compete at a championship level.
With the 2016 NFL draft just around the corner, analysts like Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr. have likely had a significant influence on how people see the first-round shaking out come April 28.
The countdown to the 2016 NFL draft is closer than you think. This will be the 81st annual meeting of NFL franchises to select newly eligible football players and the big day is scheduled for Thursday, April 28, and will end on Saturday, April 30. I’ve been asked to take on Gridiron Experts second NFL Mock Draft, here’s goes!
The NFL Draft is still a couple of weeks away, and because of that, the individual value of pretty much every player in the 2016 NFL rookie class is yet to be determined. Be that as it may, there are a handful of running backs who you’ll want to keep a close eye on during the late rounds as well as the subsequent period where undrafted players are signed as free agents.
The Dallas Cowboys have a chance to rebound from an dreadful 2015 season into a potential playoff team by simply staying healthy, and correctly using the #4 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Every fantasy football scout, especially in PPR leagues, are dying to know who is the best wide receiver rookie in this 2016 NFL draft class. I hope to tackle this question with my latest piece.
The 2016 NFL Combine is in the books, if you missed it, don’t worry we have you covered. The following is a complete breakdown of all the numbers and measurements from all the fantasy players from the NFL Combine.
Gridiron Experts Austin Gayle takes an early stab at our first NFL Mock Draft of the season. With help from Draft Charge Network videos, this 2016 Mock Draft is with filled with many fantasy tips and highlights for all you offseason fantasy scouts.
There’s not much “down time” for us fantasy football players- especially the increasing number of dynasty and devy players out there. Just two weeks ago the Super Bowl ended, and after reviewing and ranking all the fantasy-relevant free agents, it’s not 2016 NFL Combine time.