Fantasy Stock Market The second half of the fantasy season is here, so the trade deadline is rapidly approaching. Fantasy leaguers can approach the deadline like they would the Stock Market. You can “buy” by upgrading your roster for that championship push by acquiring depth or that final missing piece.
RB Marshawn Lynch has been traded to the Seattle Seahawks. Lynch has been dealt for a 2011 4th round draft pick and potentially another to later be announced, per NFL.com. Lynch has had a decent season within a three headed monster running attack and has racked up 164 yards on
Fantasy Football: Carson Palmer 2010 Profile On paper, the Cincinnati Bengals should have one of the best fantasy football teams in the NFL. They have a very good running back in Cedric Benson, an excellent group of pass catchers with a great blend of promising rookies ( Jermaine Gresham and
[Updated: He did it again, Favre says he’ll play if healthy, denies texting Vikings otherwise] Third times a charm? We have heard this one before. Brett Favre says he’s done, and while neither Favre nor the Vikings has confirmed the news just yet, a statement is expected later Tuesday, sources
2009 was an odd year for Michael Crabtree. After a disappointing, injury induced end to his last year at Texas Tech, Crabtree decided that the NFL is where his skills needed to be. Hailed as the best WR prospect since Calvin Johnson, Crabtree inexplicably dropped to the 10th pick, three picks after Darrius Heyward-Bay, a speedster that only Al Davis could love. Still 10th pick in the NFL draft isn’t so bad, particularly when you’re starting contract is around $20 million dollars.
While most college grads would do backflips, Crabtree and his posse of “counselors” decided that it wasn’t enough. Deion Sanders, one of his “counselors”, went on to say, “Why would you settle for $20 million when you f
Rich Eisens 40 Yard Dash at NFL Combine 2010 (skip ahead to the running comparisons )
PEYTON- THE G.O.A.T.? Before it’s over, the critics and wannabe-know-it-alls are going to say that Peyton Manning has to win 14 Super Bowls, eight MVP trophies, and throw for 200,000 yards to be named the greatest quarterback of all time. Seriously, what hasn’t the man done yet in his 12
More Than Just A Game For New Orleans By: WAG and Kenny Perrier The following is a conversation between WAG and Kenny Perrier, both are Gridiron Experts hired gun writers and both were born and raised in the New Orleans area. Here is there take on the impact of the
Gridiron Experts isn’t about to put this site on autopilot after the Super Bowl. We have a huge NFL Draft preview scheduled, with team by team breakdowns and analysis for all you football freaks, so get ready. In the meantime, here is the (almost) final draft order for the first