The Arizona Cardinals have parted ways with Beanie Wells – does this move have fantasy implications down the road?
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Should fantasy football owners buy into New York Jets wideout Santonio Holmes’ Week 3 performance moving ahead?
Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt is hopeful that both running backs Ryan Williams and Beanie Wells will be able to participate in preseason games within the next two weeks.
With Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall expected to start the season on the PUP list, is Isaac Redman worth selecting in drafts?
Will the dispute between Maurice Jones-Drew and the Jaguars affect his fantasy value? With memories of Chris Johnson fresh in fantasy football owners’ minds, caution could be warranted.
Beanie Wells has value as a No. 2 fantasy runner, but another knee surgery is definitely cause for at least some concern.
The NFL Play 60 Challenge has its own downtown zip code at massive NFL Experience, and there’s no shortage of young football fans jumping at the chance to catch passes from the league’s stars. Heck, NFL Experience as a whole already has broken its attendance record this year, with more than 200,000 people attending — and one day still left.
Despite reports from a certain TV star, Peyton Manning says he has no plans to retire. However, Manning says he still doesn’t know about his future with the Colts.
If you’re in the fantasy playoffs, chances are your roster is pretty locked in, but it doesn’t mean there’s no more advice to give – in fact, I can’t believe there’s some things that owners are still ignoring even as we hit Week 15. So in no particular order, here’s what’s on my mind today.
Posted: Monday, November 28th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Fantasy Faux Pas, A.J. Green, Beanie Wells, Brandon Lloyd, Fred Jackson, Julio Jones, Kevin Smith, Mike Wallace, Roy Helu, Sebastian Janikowski, Wes Welker
With the fantasy regular season winding down, each lineup decision becomes a little more important. It also makes any Fantasy Faux Pas a little harder to swallow.
Beanie Wells thinks he’ll be ready to go for Sunday’s game, but with Baltimore as the opponent, a healthy Wells still may not be a good option for fantasy owners.
With Tim Hightower done for the season, the running back rotation in Washington has been simplified by one.
Posted: Friday, September 30th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Alfonso Smith, Beanie Wells, Chris Johnson, Darren McFadden, Drew Brees, Fred Jackson, Kendall Hunter, Philip Rivers, Roy Helu, Tom Brady
Top fantasy running backs are a commodity, but Jason Smith says they’re not one that you should gut your roster to get.
Posted: Tuesday, September 27th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Daniel Thomas, Alfonso Smith, Beanie Wells, Ben Tate, Chris Johnson, Fred Jackson, Jahvid Best, Ken Whisenhunt, Knowshon Moreno, LeGarrette Blount, LeSean McCoy, Maurice Jones-Drew, Michael Turner, Mike Tolbert, Reggie Bush, Ryan Mathews, Willis McGahee
Yesterday we took a look at the surprising WRs who were targeted the most in Week 3, and also a glance at some surprising trends that brought us names like Andre Caldwell, Davone Bess and Dane Sanzenbacher (Jim Tressel is smiling somewhere). Today, it’s time to spotlight the RBs and take a look at the ‘touch leaders’ for Week 3.
The 2011 NFL season started with a shootout for the ages in Green Bay that wasn’t settled until the final play, and continued Sunday with more thrilling action, including a record-setting performance from No. 1 overall pick Cam Newton and a spine-tingling comeback from the New York Jets on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Catch up with all the action from an unforgettable Week 1.