After a stellar year for tight ends not called Rob Gronkowski in 2015, the position came crashing back down to earth in 2016.
Back in August and September, when the world seemed a much nicer place, people took to their fantasy draft rooms and committed their 2016 futures to a whole host of players. Some players under performed, while some delivered untold riches to their fantasy owners. Here we will look at five
Back in August and September, when the world seemed a much nicer place, people took to their fantasy draft rooms and committed their 2016 futures to a whole host of players. Some players under performed. Here, focusing on wide receivers, we will look at five high flyers who fell to
A wise man once said that “the past is the teacher of the future.” At least, I think a wise man once said it. I might actually have made it up, in which case it was certainly not said by a wise man. But I digress. Sometimes we can make bold
Already missing Kevin White (injury) and Alshon Jeffrey (suspended after testing positive for perhaps the worst performance enhancing drugs of all time), the Chicago Bears have added rookie wide receiver Daniel Braverman to the active roster, hoping to reinforce a wide receiver corps that dropped an obscene number
As the 2016 season draws towards its inexorable conclusion, thoughts begin to turn towards the 2017 fantasy season…well, mine have. If you had my redraft teams, yours would too.
In a week in which running backs went down with injury in a way so systematic that the hand of the Terminator may have been suspected (He will not stop), the Detroit Lions and Ameer Abdullah did not escape unscathed.
The Cleveland Browns have been fielding calls from multiple teams interested in trading for wide receiver Josh Gordon, according to reports. Observers like Tony Grossi believe that the team may be engaging in a little fiction writing regarding this situation, and the team has been quite quick to say they are
Source: NFL Players Who Could Have Breakout Seasons in 2016 – ESPN
BLAZING HOT TAKE. The Eagles wide receiver corps is not a terribly impressive unit. I’ll give you a moment to compose yourselves after this staggering revelation, but they really aren’t. Heading into training camp, Jordan Matthews is the established leader of the unit, with Rueben Randle, Nelson Agholor and Chris Givens