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NFL Draft: Would’a Could’a Should’a Volume III

Skill position players dominate this version of Would’a Should’a Could’a. Three quarterbacks, a running back, and three wide receivers are included in this weeks’ NFL Draft busts. Like usual, injuries, drugs and high expectations took down most of this group of eight first round busts.

Tim Tebow

Manning Backs up Tim Tebow in NY Media’s Eye

Mid-game praying? Charitable acts? CELEBACY? I must be talking about the Pope’s recent trip to Mexico. Definitely not one of the most popular NFL quarterbacks in the league. In fact it is the New York Jets Tim Tebow, the most talked about passer in the New York area. He is not even their starter however, he is backing up the much maligned, much talked about, and much more photographed former USC Trojan, Mark Sanchez.

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NFL Draft: Would’a Could’a Should’a Volume II

In the second installment of the NFL Draft Bust series, I focus on the AFC and NFC South divisions. Similar to the installment before, the reasons for each man’s bust status is varied. Unfortunately, this group had more tragedy and prison time associated with it than the East.

Fantasy Value of the Cardinals Passing Attack

Fantasy Value of the Cardinals Passing Attack

With the Cards selecting Michael Floyd in the first round of the NFL Draft, and a healthy Kevin Kolb and Wells, this could be an offense not unlike the 2008 Cardinals team. While I don’t think that Kevin Kolb is going to put up Kurt Warner-type numbers, the skill players could certainly grow by leaps and bounds.

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NFL Fantasy Rumors and Links

Texans coach Gary Kubiak tells CBSSports.com that there is a “strong possibility” the team will add a veteran wide receiver. –Rotoworld suggests a player like Braylon Edwards or Plaxico Burress are in the running. The team tried the veteran experience last year with Derrick Mason, but it was unsuccessful. Mason was on …

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Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall Humbled, Focused and Happy

What can we, the fantasy football public, take away from a radio interview with Brandon Marshall. The guy is…well, a bit of a wildcard. I don’t mean to call-out one of my hidden fantasy sleepers for the upcoming season, but an great interview one day doesn’t mean that we’re not going to hear his name on TMZ or Pro Football Talks Police Blotter tomorrow, right?

Jerry Rice will take A.J. Jenkins to “the hill”

Jerry Rice Will Take A.J. Jenkins to “The Hill”

The 49er’s have loaded on offensive tools for the upcoming season and long-time great Jerry Rice has taken it upon himself to help get the newest 49er into shape.This grueling ritual has a long history that features some of the teams best athletes running along side Jerry on a course that is two and half miles “Up”

2012 Fantasy Rookie Running Backs

2012 Fantasy Rookie RB Report

The NFL’s 2012 Fantasy Rookie draft class has some interesting talents for fantasy football this season. Gridiron Experts goes through all the high potential NFL Draft prospects and ranks them accordingly. You all know who Trent Richardson is, but who are the late season sleepers that could produce form you team.

Riley Reiff

Riley Reiff Draft Profile

Iowa’s Riley Reiff is widely regarded as the second best offensive tackle in this year’s draft behind USC’s Matt Kalil. Reiff started eleven of thirteen games as a redshirt freshman and finished his college career starting every game in his sophomore and junior seasons. He started a few games at guard as a freshman but started every game in his final two years at left tackle.

Alshon Jeffery

Alshon Jeffery Draft Profile

In a draft considered a very strong one form wide receivers, Alshon Jeffery is truly the wildcard of the pass-catching candidates expected to be selected in the first round. Some clubs will see the impressive size and ability while others may be wary of the conditioning..

Morris Claiborne

Morris Claiborne Draft Profile

Morris Claiborne is considered one of the safest picks in the 2012 NFL Draft because it’s nearly unanimous that he has the elite athleticism, size and speed to be a shut-down corner on the professional level. Throw in excellent ball-awareness and plus return ability and you have a prospect who every NFL squad would love to have.