Did you know that Demaryius Thomas joined Marvin Harrison and Jerry Rice as the only players in NFL history with four consecutive seasons totaling at least 90 receptions and 1,300 receiving yards?
Many in the fantasy community had high expectations (myself included) for Nelson Agholor as the X wide receiver in Chip Kelly’s offense after seeing the previous production of Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson. Unfortunately Agholor — and the entire Eagles offense — was dreadful last season. What’s in store for
DeSean Jackson has never lacked swagger throughout his eight year NFL career. The yap-happy wide receiver has never been too shy to tell opposing defenders and anyone who would listen about his abilities.
Have you ever heard of the third-year wide receiver theory? The theory is built on the foundation that wide receivers often become acclimated to the NFL game as they enter their third season. Not all third-year wide receivers are created equal. The context of each wide receiver’s situation
The little things – or inches as I referred to in last week’s diary entry – are magnified even more during championship week. Can you live with your starting lineup in the offseason regardless of your team’s results after the dust settles?
Fantasy owners were either ecstatic or heartbroken at the conclusion of the Monday Night Football game between the Saints and Lions. It concluded a week that validated or invalidated every single one of your roster decisions. The little things – or inches as Al Pacino’s character in the movie “Any
How did your fantasy football team fare the opening round of the playoffs?
Did your fantasy football team make the playoffs?
Have you ever read the story of Icarus from Greek mythology?
How did your fantasy football team fare in Week 9? Marcus Mariota and Derek Carr finished as top 10 fantasy quarterbacks. The top waiver wire pickup DeAngelo Williams finished as the number one fantasy running back. Tyler Eifert, Delanie Walker, and Owen Daniels helped fantasy owners