Rashard Mendenhall is back and will start on Sunday, putting a dent in Isaac Redman’s fantasy value.
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Willis McGahee is expected to start Sunday against Green Bay, but Knowshon Moreno could cut into his production.
Posted: Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Knowshon Moreno, Ahmad Bradshaw, Arian Foster, Ben Tate, Brandon Jacobs, Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys, Daniel Thomas, DeAngelo Williams, Denver Broncos, Felix Jones, Houston Texans, Jonathan Stewart, Miami Dolphins, Mike Tolbert, New York Giants, Reggie Bush, Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers, Tashard Choice, Willis McGahee
Jason Smith takes a look at which running back platoons are the most attractive in Week 3.
After spending last season with the Jets, Jason Taylor‘s seen how a division power prepares for games and believes the Dolphins aren’t doing enough to change the scenery of the AFC East.
The Dolphins worked out running back Thomas Clayton on Tuesday, according to a league source.
The Miami Dolphins will re-sign running back Larry Johnson, according to a league source.
Marques Colston is missing practice time as he recovers from knee surgery, and it’s starting to be a cause for concern in fantasy land.
The deal that sent Reggie Bush to Miami is great for the fantasy value of Daniel Thomas and Mark Ingram.
Handicapping the market for Reggie Bush, NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora would be “surprised” if Bush’s next home isn’t in Philadelphia, St. Louis or Miami.
Randy Moss was the biggest disappointment in fantasy football last season. Can he rebound and make an impact in 2011?
If Chris Johnson holds out of training camp, fantasy owners who draft him would be wise to grab Javon Ringer late on draft day.
Daniel Thomas is considered fantasy’s top rookie, but that could change if the Dolphins add a veteran this summer.
Posted: Monday, May 16th, 2011 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Carson Palmer, Daniel Thomas, Darren Sproles, Daryl Johnston, Dez Bryant, Mark Ingram, Matt Leinart, Michael Irvin, Pete Carroll, Ronnie Brown, Tony Sparano
Cowboys WR Dez Bryant has a ton of talent, but offseason red flags make him a risk-reward option in fantasy land.