Le’veon Bell suffered a sports hernia injury during the 2016 playoffs. He tried to treat his injury non-operatively, but finally realized that he needed to have it repaired; surgery was performed on March 13, 2017. He was given a six week timetable for recovery.
Continuing my look at rookie running backs, and comparing them to recent players at the same position, attention now turns to the Windy City, and Jordan Howard of the Chicago Bears.
The Philadelphia Eagles signed both Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith in free agency. So, what do we do about Jordan Matthews in fantasy football?
Former Washington wide receiver Pierre Garcon will reunite with his former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan in San Francisco in 2017. After initially debuting with just speculative numbers, it was revealed the contract is a five-year deal worth approximately $47.5 million dollars. While many believe the 49ers were fleeced by this deal, the issue is
Some interesting and exciting news came along the NFL wire on Thursday morning.
Brandon Marshall has signed a two-year deal with the New York Giants.
After casting a weathered eye over Ezekiel Elliott last time out, we stay in the NFC East to look historical comparisons to the rookie season of Washington Redskins running back Rob Kelley.
Outside of fantasy football, my main hobby is investing. It feels like I spend an equally absurd amount of time reading about that subject as I do fantasy football. Then again, it’s hard to say for sure because it’s easy to lose track of which subject I’m actually reading about
My last article looked at the idea of using team WR rankings as a means to identify potentially overvalued and undervalued targets for early MFL10s. I mostly painted some broad strokes to introduce the concept. This time, I compare actual players to consider when filling out a roster.
Don’t look now, but NFL free agency is here. Teams can begin negotiating tomorrow, and signings can start on Thursday March 9th. Here’s a quick update to our free agency rankings to help you prepare.