Posts Tagged ‘Antonio Gates’

AFC West’s fantasy strength sits in Denver

Marcas Grant breaks down the fantasy potential of the AFC West. No surprise — the Denver Broncos boast the best roster in the division.

Ray Rice not worried about losing carries

In today’s Three and Out: Ray Rice is okay with losing some carries; Maurice Jones-Drew says he’s feeling better and Keenan Allen is itching to start.

Vikings would like to lessen Peterson’s workload

In today’s Three and Out: The Vikings could lessen Adrian Peterson’s load; Joe Flacco appears to have a new favorite target and time is working against Antonio Gates.

NFL fantasy football: Now or never for Philip Rivers?

In today’s Three and Out: Philip Rivers needs to prove himself this year; Domenik Hixon has a new home in Carolina and the Eagles could be shuffling their running backs.

NFL fantasy football: Welcome back, Antonio Gates

After a couple of disappointing seasons, Marcas Grant writes that San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates appears ready to return to past production.

NFL fantasy football: LeSean McCoy easing workload?

Will Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy’s willingness to give Dion Lewis more carries impact his fantasy football value?

Three and out: Eagles lock up LeSean McCoy

The Eagles have locked up LeSean McCoy, a top-five fantasy pick in 2012, to a long-term contract extension.

Three and out: Gates almost at 100 percent

Antonio Gates believes he is ready to re-emerge into an elite tight end once again in 2012. But should you draft him?

Jackson’s value won’t rise in Tampa Bay

Newly-acquired WR Vincent Jackson will help the Buccaneers pass attack, but his fantasy value has taken a slight hit.

Can Randy Moss help or hurt a well oiled machine?

A well-rested and conditioned Randy Moss could replace the role of free agent Robert Meachum (who generated a low catch count yet a high number of big plays).

Players keen on winning share of Pro Bowl stakes

While the Pro Bowl is all about having a good time and putting on a good show, don’t think for a second that getting that winner’s share (aproximately, $50,000 for the winning team and $25,000 for the losers, according to the players) isn’t on everyone’s mind.

Jackson: No word from Chargers on new deal

While reports suggest A.J. Smith now is “comfortable” exploring a long-term deal for Vincent Jackson, the Chargers wide receiver said he has yet to speak to the general manager himself.

Fantasy Feedback: Week 17

A fantasy rundown of the Week 17 NFL games.

Data Points: Witten third on TE receptions list

Jason Witten still has a long way to go to catch Tony Gonzalez, the NFL record-holder for career receptions by a tight end, but the Cowboys TE does deserve congratulations for passing Hall of Famer Ozzie Newsome to move into third on the all-time list.

Three and out: Bucs’ Blount ruled out

LeGarrette Blount has been ruled out, Antonio Gates is still on track to play and Joe Theismann casts his lot with Ryan Torain in today’s edition of Three and Out.

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