I also don’t see Cam Newton as much of a fantasy option, at least not as a rookie. If Newton does beat out Jimmy Clausen for the top spot on Carolina’s depth chart, he’ll be worth a late-round flier in deeper, seasonal leagues. But that’s about the extend of his fantasy value.
Posts Tagged ‘Emmanuel Sanders’
A year ago, WR Emmanuel Sanders went from a third-round pick out of SMU to playing in the Super Bowl with the Steelers. While Al Robinson isn’t expected to go quite as high in the draft, the receiver should be a late-round choice and helped solidify his standing with a solid positional workout at SMU’s pro day on Monday.
Several first-quarter injuries for the Steelers could play a role in the outcome of Super Bowl XLV.
Posted: Saturday, January 15th, 2011 | Jason La Canfora Tags: T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Anquan Boldin, Antonio Brown, David Reed, Derrick Mason, Donte' Stallworth, Emmanuel Sanders, Haloti Ngata, Jared Gaither, Marshal Yanda, Michael Oher, Mike Wallace
Ravens WR Anquan Boldin and T.J. Houshmandzadeh both wanted more balls this season, but both had huge drops in the team’s loss to the Steelers. Boldin dropped a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, and Houshmandzadeh dropped a game-preserving pass.
Even after some big-name acquisitions, the Ravens still need help at receiver and especially one who can stretch the field.
The Ravens have jumped out to a 14-point lead with a number of big plays, and the Steelers need to do the same thing here in the second half.
There was a time when SMU produced NFL talent with regularity. While that has waned in recent years, it appears the NFL is taking a closer look again fresh off the university’s first bowl game in 25 years.
Posted: Sunday, February 28th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, Andre Roberts, Carlton Mitchell, Emmanuel Sanders, Golden Tate, Kyle Williams, Mike Williams, Scott Long, Taylor Price
The second, and much larger, group of wide receivers has finished running 40-yard dashes for the day, with eight prospects posting unofficial sub-4.5-second times, led by Notre Dame’s Golden Tate.