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Is Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jonathan Dwyer the future of the position both on the field and in fantasy land?
Posted: Monday, October 22nd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Brady Quinn, Chris Cooley, Dwayne Bowe, Fred Davis, Jamaal Charles, Logan Paulsen, Maurice Jones-Drew, Niles Paul, Rashad Jennings
Should fantasy football owners be worried about Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew‘s foot injury?
Posted: Monday, October 1st, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Fantasy Post Mortem, Aaron Rodgers, Andy Reid, Bill Belichick, Brandon Bolden, C.J. Spiller, Cam Newton, Chris Johnson, Drew Brees, Fred Jackson, Graham Harrell, Jamaal Charles, LeSean McCoy, Matt Cassel, Mike Shanahan, Philip Rivers, Stevan Ridley, Tom Brady
This was the kind of week where why wouldn’t Chris Johnson have his best game of the season against the Houston Texans. And congratulations to the 65 percent of you who still started Johnson this week, kudos to you.
Posted: Sunday, September 30th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Unexpected (and expected), Andre Roberts, Brian Dawkins, Brian Hartline, Colin Kaepernick, Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs, Kevin Kolb, Los Angeles Raiders, Marcus Allen, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers, Sean Payton, Thurman Thomas, Tom Brady
Well, this motivation poster clearly isn’t doing its job in New Orleans. You almost expect a new poster this week, maybe Sean Payton hanging from a branch with the inscription, “Hang in there, baby!”
Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Cam Newton, Aaron Rodgers, Alex Smith, Alfred Morris, Andre Brown, Andy Luck, Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton, Chris Johnson, Christian Ponder, Darren McFadden, Darryl Strawberry, Don Mattingly, Eli Manning, Jake Locker, Jamaal Charles, Jermichael Finley, Joe Flacco, Jose Canseco, Ken Griffey Jr., Matt Cassel, Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Mike Scioscia, Mike Shanahan, Mike Smith, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Red Dalton, RG3, Roger Clemens, Ryan Mathews, Tony Romo, Wade Boggs, Wes Welker
Week 3 is nearly in the books, how are you feeling? We still have a great Monday night game left, but let’s look back at the wek that was.
Posted: Tuesday, September 18th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Aaron Hernandez, Arizona Cardinals, Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs, Kellen Winslow, Larry Fitzgerald, New England Patriots
The Patriots are looking for help at the tight end position after the injury to Aaron Hernandez, turning to Kellen Winslow. But Marcas Grant doesn’t expect Winslow to produce Hernandez-like numbers.
Should Kansas City Chiefs running back Peyton Hillis be considered a legitimate No. 2 option in fantasy football drafts?
Can Peyton Hillis replicate the success of Thomas Jones for the Kansas City Chiefs?
Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis are expected to split carries 2012, but that’s a good sign for Charles’ fantasy football potential.
Jamaal Charles is ready to return with a vengeance. He’s not the only running back in Kansas City that could help your fantasy team.
Adrian Peterson, Jamaal Charles and DeMarco Murray are all coming off injuries in 2011. Find out how this trio is progressing and where you should target them in fantasy drafts.
The Chiefs will have a solid 1-2 punch in their backfield with Peyton Hillis in the mix, but his presence will hurt the value of Jamaal Charles.
The Chiefs might be hanging just outside of the top 10 in this year’s draft, but, unlike most teams atop the board, they are only a few pieces away from competing within their division.
Posted: Monday, February 27th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Dwayne Bowe, Jamaal Charles, Josh Freeman, Kansas City Chiefs, Mario Manningham, Mark Sanchez, Matt Cassel, New York Giants, New York Jets, Peyton Manning, Rex Ryan, Romeo Crennel, Santonio Holmes, Scott Pioli, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Victor Cruz
Jamaal Charles might find himself with some company in the Chiefs backfield, just one of several changes the team could be poised to make.