Gronk Fantasy 2018 Players in the New England sports market are used to extreme scrutiny from local reporters. Even so, Rob Gronkowski’s offseason has been a wild ride, and I’m not even including his recent stake in a horse named Gronkowski. From the moment his post-Super-Bowl press conference began following
Brandin Cooks Fantasy 2017 In the NFL, trades involving premier talents are quite rare. But when star wide receiver Brandin Cooks made ripples about being unhappy with his role for the New Orleans Saints during the 2016 NFL season, speculation began that the Saints might be willing to part with their
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
The New England Patriots’ star tight end is expected to miss the 2016 season opener with a hamstring injury.
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.
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.
Tom Brady boasts a 30-13 record in the month of September, and a 5-2 regular season record against the Steelers with a 18-3 touchdown to interception ratio and a 331 passing yard average.
Fantasy football is all about the numbers at the end of the day. An avid follower of fantasy football can, theoretically, go a whole season without watching a moment of football but a quick look at the box score can tell them all they need to know about a players worth and value, or lack thereof.
I have a natural affinity for pass-catching backs, so it was only natural that Shane Vereen quickly jumped on my radar after joining the New York Giants in March. Vereen concluded the 2014 season with the fourth-most targets and fifth-most receiving yards among running backs.
This time of year many dynasty league owners are preparing for their rookie drafts and adjusting draft strategies for new dynasty start-ups. Personally, I feel it’s important to develop a draft strategy based around your league’s rules as well as the time of the year your Dynasty League is holding it’s draft.