Cordarrelle Patterson – Flash, Flash Gordon Part 2, or Flash In the Pan? Vikings Cordarrelle Patterson Fantasy preview just as we enter the 2014 NFL season.
The calendar has turned to summer and fantasy football drafts and mock drafts are all the rage. Enough of these have already been established that there is ample room to analyze what other fantasy owners think about the upcoming 2014 season.
A list of 10 fantasy football players, including Peyton Manning and Cordarrelle Patterson, who may not live up to the hype in 2014 fantasy football drafts.
Vikings Kyle Rudolph is going into his fourth year in the NFL and is coming off a shortened season due to a broken foot. He is due for a breakout year.
We may have been spoiled by fantasy rookie quarterbacks in 2012, but 2013 brought a spoil of rookie running backs to compensate for the lack of depth at the position entering our drafts. Rookies that ended up being steals in the fourth, fifth and sixth rounds won’t be on the board much past Round 2 in 2014.
The wide receiver position has become a premium to stock-up on in dynasty leagues. In 2013, we saw several receivers post fantasy points in the thirties and forties. It is hard to say that for the RB’s or even some of the QB’s, so finding the next star at the receiver position
If you’re in a fantasy championship this weekend, we all feel for you. Seriously, 90% of leagues are wrapped up for the year. Wk 17 will be a mess, and players could get rested based on the score of the games Sunday.
According to CSN Bay Area, Colin Kaepernick has showed an “amazing” amount of improvement on touch passes, which was considered one of his weaknesses in previous training camps.
Cordarrelle Patterson is one of, if not the most athletic and electrifying play makers in the 2013 NFL Draft. Along with Tavon Austin, Patterson is also one of the most polarizing.
The NFL Draft class of 2013 was known as the draft with no elite talent at the top, but one of the best drafts ever for depth. The wide receiver group was one of the strongest of recent years, yet I was somewhat surprised there weren’t more drafted then there were.