The Philadelphia Eagles traded fourth-year offensive lineman Dennis Kelly to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for 2015 second-round wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham.
After years in the doldrums, the Oakland Raiders took the first steps back to relevance in 2015, finishing with a 7-9 record. Now, with the AFC West in a state of flux, a solid go at free agency and another year under quarterback Derek Carr, the Silver and Black could be ready to press on this year. One of the key weapons in their progression could very well be tight end Clive Walford, and his second year break out could be great news for fantasy owners.
Phillip Dorsett won't have to wait long before getting an opportunity to step up into the Colts lineup. Colts.com expects Dorsett to replace Andre Johnson in three-wide sets.
This Thursday sees the AFC South Houston Texans host their divisional rival Indianapolis Colts, in a clash between two teams currently trending in opposite directions. After starting the season 0-2 for the second consecutive year, the Colts have won their last two games (both divisional opponents) and find themselves at 2-2, while the Texans are 1-3 after four games and in danger of spiralling out of contention thanks to a misfiring and uninspiring offense.
There are many directions a players career can go when the winds of change blow. On one side of the coin, you have the likes of Randy Moss moving to the Patriots from Oakland following the 2007 season and amassing 1,493 receiving yards and 23 touchdowns. The following season and on the other side of the coin you have Roy Williams who was traded in the chilly Detroit winters for the Texas sun and caught 111 passes in four years in what was considered one of the worst trades in NFL history.
By this late into the season, I have to admit that sometimes I feel fatigued. I'm either stressing out about which players to put in my lineups in a do-or-die playoff week, researching wide receiver bargains that could make sneaky daily plays this week, or I'm lamenting the mistakes that caused many draftday failures..
Fantasy owners are often very intellectual, analytical and logical people, but have their flaws. Despite a vast knowledge of the careers of NFL players, even the best owners often enter fantasy drafts with the mind set of "what have you done for me lately?"
The NFL Draft is over, organized team activities (OTAs) and minicamps are underway, excitement is building and it’s officially time to really begin preparations for fantasy drafts this summer.
After catching 112 balls for 1,598 yards last season, one would assume Andre Johnson should be fantasy gold in 2013. And yet that’s not the case. The 5-time All-Pro wide out may be elite on the field, but he falls a dollar short in the eyes of fantasy owners.
Gridiron Experts newest themed article is a Mock Draft Analysis piece called “You’re On The Clock“. The concept is simple, a group of our writers will be given a scenario and asked their opinion to make the next pick in a live fantasy football draft.
It is the Christmas season and with the National Football League playoffs just around the corner. I am in the giving mood so I am going to play NFL Santa Claus. It is time to give out some gifts to the teams who are set to make a run toward Super Bowl XLVII.
5 Game Fantasy Target Split NFL Player 5G 5G Total Reggie Wayne 70 60 130 Brandon Marshall 56 51 107 Calvin Johnson 56 51 107 Wes Welker 66 53 105 Larry Fitzgerald 55 49 104 A.J. Green 56 48 104 Victor Cruz 57 47 104 Jason Witten 40 56 96 Roddy White 45 48 93 […]