Patriots Dwayne Allen Fantasy 2017 Rob Gronkowski is arguably the greatest tight end in NFL history. This is the only roadblock (albeit a big one) that stands in the way of Dwayne Allen becoming one of the best fantasy tight ends in the league come 2017. Over the years we
Rob Gronkowski Fantasy 2017 Since entering the NFL in 2010, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has been, well, nearly unstoppable when he is on the field. The only thing that has been able to derail the 28-year-old is himself, more so, his growing laundry list of injuries. However, his
Another fantasy football season has unfolded, seemingly at a breakneck pace. As the spring and summer that were packed with draft preparation then evolved into a regular season that transpired with greater swiftness than many of us might prefer. Yet, here we are, face-to-face with the postseason.
As we are in the heart of drafting season for fantasy football, there are always players who are drafted perhaps in the top 25 but have the potential to be a top 10-12 player instead. In this article, I will identify two players from each position (quarterback/running back/wide receiver/tight end) who I believe are prime candidates being drafted as a “two” or “three” at their position that could finish as a “one.”
When it comes to fantasy football productivity, the following four position groups should be ranked high on your board, as potential opportunities it will present themselves as these players are in a postion for success.
The Indianapolis Colts have re-signed tight end Dwayne Allen to a four-year, $29.4 million dollar deal. The 26-year-old veteran received a $4 million signing bonus, $16 million guaranteed, and will have an average annual salary of $7.35 million. The terms of the deal assure Allen, who has battled injuries and split time