Veteran running back Maurice Jones-Drew could be a great fantasy draft bargain in 2013 – barring any setbacks in his return from foot surgery.
Posts Tagged ‘David Wilson’
The New York Giants have released veteran RB Ahmad Bradshaw, opening the door for David Wilson to make a fantasy impact in 2013.
Posted: Sunday, December 16th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Russell Wilson, Adrian Peterson, Blair Walsh, Brandon Weeden, Darren Sproles, David Wilson, Detroit Lions, Eli Manning, Jamaal Charles, Josh Gordon, Julio Jones, Kirk Cousins, LaDainian Tomlinson, Matthew Stafford, Michael Turner, Mike Tolbert, Peyton Manning, Ray Rice, RG3, Rich Eisen, Roddy White, Ryan Mathews, Ryan Tannehill, Sam Bradford, Sebastian Janikowski, Torrey Smith, Trent Richardson
Fantasy football stopped being fun for a lot of us in Week 16. Though, I’ve long contended fantasy football isn’t fun. You’re gutted when your team loses, and you’re merely relived when your team wins.
Will Cincinnati Bengals wideout A.J. Green rebound after his sub-par performance last week?
Posted: Sunday, December 9th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Robert Griffin III, A.J. Green, Adrian Peterson, Andrew Luck, Anquan Boldin, Brandon Gibson, Bryce Brown, Cam Newton, Clay Harbor, Dallas Clark, David Wilson, Drew Brees, Eric Young, Jamaal Charles, Kyle Rudolph, Matt Ryan, Montell Owens, Nick Foles, RG3, Russell Wilson, Steven Hauschka, Tennessee Titans, Tony Romo
For the majority of the season, I have admonished fantasy enthusiasts for having too many good quarterbacks. Trade one! I often decried. They can’t score fantasy points for you from the bench.
The expression I search for right now is “hoist on my own petard.”
Should Kansas City Chiefs running back Peyton Hillis be considered a legitimate No. 2 option in fantasy football drafts?
Happy ‘getaway’ Friday everybody! Or maybe it’s just me who is getting away for a week. Yes, please try to contain your excitement. Let’s get to the fantasy.
Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum, head coach Rex Ryan and owner Woody Johnson will be running the show in the team’s war room come draft day, writes Marc Sessler on NFL.com.
Virginia Tech — a school that has made four BCS bowl game appearances since 2007, including the 2012 Sugar Bowl — continues to develop a good amount of pro-caliber players.
Posted: Sunday, February 26th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 NFL Scouting Combine, Chris Rainey, Darren Sproles, David Wilson, Doug Martin, LaMichael James, Marshall Faulk, Ronnie Hillman, running backs, Trent Richardson
Marshall Faulk, a Hall of Fame running back and an NFL Network analyst, watched all the backs work out Sunday at the NFL Scouting Combine and shares his thoughts.