Tavon Austin had a KABOOM!-worthy day in the ST. Louis Rams upset win over the Indianapolis Colts, but he also earned the That Helps No One award as he was started in approximately zero fantasy leagues.
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The latest edition of Shanahanigans, Darrel Scott, wins the Week 9 “That Helps No One” award.
Calvin Johnson had a monster day in Week 8, catching 14 passes for 329 yards and a touchdown in a win over the Dallas Cowboys. He’s this week’s fantasy showstopper. Read on for more.
After a recent interview, Michael Fabiano thinks Le’Veon Bell is ready to make some noise in fantasy land.
Michael Fabiano takes a look at the fantasy impact of Chris Ivory’s troublesome hamstring and more.
First it was Jeremy Maclin. Then Dennis Pitta. Now Percy Harvin has suffered a long-term ailment. Michael Fabiano has the fantasy impact.
Is Le’Veon Bell the next Trent Richardson? Michael Fabiano talks about that and more.
Jeremy Maclin is feared to be lost for the year with a serious knee ailment. Michael Fabiano has the fantasy implications.
As we look ahead to an exciting Week 13 in the NFL, here are a few more enticing features from the week that was in case you missed them.
» Consider leaving this note some time in the next week: “Dear Chris Johnson, we’ve had some good times together in the past, but for the past year and a half, things just haven’t been working out. I think it’s time for me to see other running backs.” » If you’re feeling frustration over Adrian Peterson, you’re not alone. After scoring a pair of touchdowns in Week 1, A.D. hasn’t seen the end zone since. Sure, his 88 rushing yards Sunday against the Titans isn’t terrible, but a top tier running back is supposed to find his way into the painted area a little more often. Next week’s game against the Redskins could be just the thing. » Plenty of attention […]
NFL RUSH gets the whole family involved in the excitement of fantasy football!
Posted: Wednesday, September 7th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Aaron Rodgers, Baltimore Ravens, David Garrard, Drew Brees, Fantasy football, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Marv Levy, Peyton Manning, Pittsburgh Steelers
Pat Kirwan says that for the Colts to keep their nine-year playoff streak alive in 2011, they must manage the same trick pulled off by the Steelers last season, when Mike Tomlin‘s club started the year 3-1 without Ben Roethlisberger. That’s just part of NFL Media’s press coverage of the Manning story, as NFL Network’s Steve Cyphers will be reporting from Indianapolis throughout the day Wednesday.
Posted: Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Arian Foster, Buddy Ryan, Fantasy football, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Peyton Manning, Rex Ryan, Rob Ryan, Sean Payton, Washington Redskins
The New Orleans Saints locked up coach Sean Payton to a multiyear contract extension Monday in a move that will keep the Super Bowl winner in the Big Easy through the 2015 season. Now Payton can focus on the business of having his team ready for Thursday night’s NFL kickoff game in Green Bay… but first he will make an appearance Tuesday night on “NFL Total Access.”
Posted: Thursday, August 25th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Bill Belichick, Boomer Esiason, Brian Urlacher, Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers, Fantasy football, Indianapolis Colts, Jerry Richardson, Kerry Collins, Marcell Dareus, Mike Tomlin, Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne, Tim Tebow
Panthers owner Jerry Richardson asked quarterback Cam Newton not to get any tattoos or piercings while he is a Carolina Panther. Should teams be able to restrict players from getting tattoos or piercings? We asked our experts in the latest Instant Debate, and their answers will appear on NFL.com later today.
Posted: Friday, August 19th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Cam Newton, Dick Vermeil, Fantasy football, John Beck, Kevin Kolb, Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles, Rex Grossman, Sidney Rice, Washington Redskins
The Cam Newton show heads to Miami tonight as the Carolina Panthers tackle the Dolphins. Kevin Kolb and the Arizona Cardinals visit Green Bay and the Kansas City Chiefs travel to Baltimore on a night featuring six preseason games.