Miles Austin Fantasy: Boom or Bust 2012

Miles Austin Fantasy: Boom or Bust 2012

In 2009, Miles Austin was the fantasy league darling. In a standard 10-team league, he was not drafted that year, and ended the season as the third highest scoring WR.

Mike Wallace

10 Boom or Bust Fantasy Players of 2012

There is inherent risk involved with any player. Some players have been inconsistent in the past, are changing teams or are coming off of injuries. There are tons of variables that determine the “safeness” of a pick, and we will address some of them as we run through this list.

Jacquizz Rodgers

Atlanta Falcons Fantasy RB Report

The NFL continues to change more into a pass heavy league every year, and the Falcons are expected to be one of the front runners for 2012. The running backs will most likely be more involved in the passing game than ever before. Three great running backs on this roster that will help your fantasy teams, but who will be the one to target in your upcoming drafts?

Brandon Marshall Fantasy Football

Bears Hit The Honey Pot With New WR’s

In the Bears division alone, the Packers and Lions have evolved into teams with very potent passing attacks. The Bears had no choice but to finally give into the times, and get Jay Cutler some legitimate weapons to throw to. By signing Brandon Marshall and drafting Alshon Jeffrey the Bears actually have WRs worth drafting in a fantasy league this year. No longer will Cutler have to rely on Matt Forte as his leading WR and RB. The Bears offense could actually be well balanced and very dangerous. Having Forte and Bush in the backfield with a mix of Marshall, Jeffrey, Hester, and Bennett for a wide receiving core, the Bears have more talent on offense this year than they have had in years.

Kendall Hunter

Kendall Hunter’s Having a Strong Camp

Fantasy owners are already overlooking Frank Gore as the feature back for the team. Gore’s ADP has dropped quite a bit over the last month, as players like Kendell Hunter in the LaMichael James are all of a sudden get the “sleeper”grade.

Jamaal Charles

Fantasy Football Profile: Jamaal Charles

There’s no denying Charles’s talents. The multifaceted speedster was a top ten overall fantasy selection last season. But his 2011 campaign ended abruptly during a Week 2 visit to Detroit when Charles suffered a torn ACL in his left knee. He would end the season with a mere 83 yards rushing, nine additional receiving yards and a single touchdown.

Offensive Line Fantasy Football

The Importance Of The Offensive Line

The three stats I looked at were: yards per rush, quarterback hits allowed and sacks allowed. Some of the stats can get over or undervalued because of offensive schemes, poor or excellent quarterback play and other factors, but this should give everyone a baseline on the support the skill position players can expect from the offensive linemen.