It's difficult to peg traditional "sleepers" on the opening week of the NFL season. You have no current stats to go off of and have to rely on last year's trends and tendencies. However, there are plenty of injuries that might open the door for an unheralded player or two to post some very good numbers. Let's take a look at some players that might be on your bench, or even waiver-wire, that have the opportunity to be considered as starters this week.
Like the series of worst NFL draft picks, we celebrate not the best, but the worst of the past. Who is the worst NFL team of the last sixteen years? This is the un-Sweet Sixteen NFL Toilet Bowl Bracket. A tournament pitting the worst NFL teams over the last sixteen seasons against each other in a March Madness format. Some years there was a tie for worst record so my tiebreaker was largest point differential.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the San Francisco 49ers have agree to terms on a one year contract with former All-Pro wide receiver Randy Moss. Moss, 35, announced his retirement on August 1, 2011 after fading into obscurity in an irrelevant 2010 NFL season that saw him traded from New England to Minnesota, then pout […]
If you are the GM and are forced to take one or the other – I have personally flip-flopped about five times while writing this on whom I would take if I had to – it would depend on what your team could use.
The Cowboys reportedly have no interest in free agent Randy Moss. Fantasy studs Miles Austin and Dez Bryant are locked in as the full time starters. The team would also like to bring back Laurent Robinson after an impressive fill-in season. Robinson (for a reasonable price) would give the Dallas Cowboys three solid WR targets […]