Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis are expected to split carries 2012, but that’s a good sign for Charles’ fantasy football potential.
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Steve Nash is going to play for the Los Angeles Lakers this season after a blockbuster deal this week. Nash’s trade to the Los Angeles Lakers comes months after Peyton Manning signed a deal with the Denver Broncos. But Nash’s deal is much more striking considering nobody ever thought they would see a day when Nash was a teammate with Kobe Bryant on the Los Angeles Lakers.
So with that in mind, we turned to Twitter on #talkaboutit Friday and asked you to select one NFL legend and a “no way” team for him to finish with, similar to Nash and the Los Angeles Lakers.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is on target to play Week 1 of the 2012 season. Even so, caution might be key for his fantasy prospects.
Vikings RB Adrian Peterson tore his ACL on December 24, triggering the longest offseason of his life. He’s targeted Week 1 for his return, and he seems to be on track. That’s all come with work. “I’ve been in the lab,” Peterson told me, and that’s an apt description. How is he doing? What he has been doing? Will he be ready? All pertinent questions. At Vikings minicamp yesterday, I spoke with Peterson for a while, and here is the full interview. Peterson has always worked. No surprise. Everyone knows that. But this offseason has made him work even more. He’s been humbled, and that’s changed his sense of urgency. He is just dying to be out there. “It really […]
The Browns expect Trent Richardson to be a workhorse as a rookie. How does that affect his fantasy value? Simply put, it’s great news.
Happy Thursday everybody. The biggest story in sports right now is the Los Angeles Kings’ victory in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, that’s all anybody is talking about. But can you break yourself away long enough to talk some fantasy football?
Minnesota was sooooo yesterday. I’m actually in New Orleans now, gearing up to go to Saints OTAs in a little bit. But before I do, let’s get reflect on what we saw in Eden Prairie during Vikings OTAs (which I talked about on TV here). What happened? – The biggest thing that happened was that rehabbing Adrian Peterson and Percy Harvin ran up a hill. And I’m not lying, it was one of the coolest things I’ve seen. Two electric athletes, both fighting their way back to health, just absolutely going after it. They were racing. Harvin won almost all of them, but Peterson did get him twice — ACL tear and all. “It was a bit tough,” Harvin said. […]
Adrian Peterson, Jamaal Charles and DeMarco Murray are all coming off injuries in 2011. Find out how this trio is progressing and where you should target them in fantasy drafts.
Who’s the best draft pick of this millennium? NFL.com analyst Elliot Harrison ponders just that as he lists the top 25 picks since 2000.
A grown man shouldn’t believe in the Madden Curse, but it will impact my fantasy draft.
With Brandon Jacobs now in San Francisco, the fantasy value of Frank Gore takes a slight hit heading into the 2012 season.
Peyton Hillis says he contemplated retirement last season … for a career with the CIA? Alarm bells should be ringing in front offices around the NFL.
While Vikings RB Adrian Peterson pinpointed next week as a watershed moment in his rehabilitation from torn ligaments in his right knee, his coach, Leslie Frazier, urged his franchise’s most important player to pump the brakes.
Posted: Tuesday, February 21st, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Adrian Peterson, Antonio Brown, Buffalo Bills, Kevin Colbert, Mike Wallace, Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers, Stevie Johnson
With so many salary cap issues to wade through, the Steelers are in danger of losing Mike Wallace which would impact Pittsburgh’s offense and Wallace’s fantasy value.
Posted: Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Adrian Peterson, Arian Foster, Daniel Thomas, Houston Texans, Mario Williams, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, Reggie Bush, Toby Gerhart
The number of featured backs around the NFL has been dwindling for years. Now it looks like one of the biggest names in fantasy football could find himself in a time-share next season.