The trio of Ravens RBs Ray Rice, Willis McGahee and Le’Ron McClain have combined to score four touchdowns and 54 fantasy points against the Lions.
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Posted: Thursday, November 12th, 2009 | Adam Rank Tags: Adrian Peterson, Cedric Benson, Chad Ochocinco, Drew Brees, Joe Flacco, John Harbaugh, Joseph Addai, Le'Ron McClain, Peyton Manning, Steven Jackson, Tom Brady, Vincent Jackson, Will Ferrell
Having fantasy football analysts star-struck shouldn’t be a surprise given our current obsession with celebrity in our TMZ-driven world. But it was kind of shocking to hear fellow NFL.com gurus Michael Fabiano and Bucky Brooks trumpet some falling stars during our Fantasy Friday taping this week.
Ravens RB Ray Rice has gone from a preseason sleeper to an absolute star in fantasy circles.
Thomas Jones might have been one of the most productive running backs in fantasy football last season, but Michael Fabiano sees his value falling with the new-look Jets.
Posted: Tuesday, July 7th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Derrick Ward, Earnest Graham, Felix Jones, Jamal Lewis, Joseph Addai, Julius Jones, Knowshon Moreno, Le'Ron McClain, Maurice Jones-Drew, Michael Turner, Ryan Grant, Sammy Morris, Tim Hightower, Willis McGahee
Looking for the most in-depth and up-to-date information for your fantasy football draft? NFL.com has everything you need to dominate your league, including Michael Fabiano’s updated running back rankings.
Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron cleared the air on his team’s backfield situation. As Michael Fabiano writes, his explanation is certain to give fantasy owners headaches.
Fantasy footballers need to remember the name of RB Ray Rice when it comes time to draft. Rice has been running with the first-team offense and is currently ahead of Willis McGahee on the Ravens’ depth chart. McGahee had been limited in workouts because of an arthroscopic procedure on his knee, but he’s getting closer to 100 percent. “I don’t feel anything in my knee,” McGahee told the Baltimore Sun. “It was just getting it stronger and ready to break long runs and make great blocks.” McGahee also said he doesn’t expect to pass Rice anytime soon. “It wouldn’t be right,” McGahee said. “I don’t mind. Work is work. That’s either with the first, second or third.” While this backfield […]
Michael Fabiano talks about the possibility of Ray Rice becoming a fantasy sleeper in 2009.
Posted: Saturday, May 9th, 2009 | Adam Rank Tags: Alex Gibbs, Baltimore Ravens, Darren McFadden, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, Kevin Smith, Le'Ron McClain, Lorenzo Neal, Oakland Raiders, Steve Slaton
The Raiders haven’t been fantasy relevant for what seems like a long time. But the team made a move in that direction by signing a guy that won’t score many direct fantasy points. The Raiders signed FB Lorenzo Neal in a move that should be viewed as good news for RB Darren McFadden. The move might also give the Ravens a true No. 1 running back.
Ray Rice is out again, meaning that Le’Ron McClain and Willis McGahee will share carries. Hey, it worked out last week against Dallas. Receiver Derrick Mason did not practice this week, but is active and will start. Safety Ed Reed, as expected, will start.
The Ravens put away the Cowboys on Thursday night with two memorable fourth quarter touchdown runs — of 77 and 82 yards — that were the longest allowed in the history of Texas Stadium.
Le’Ron McClain has seen all of the carries for the Ravens in the first quarter, leaving Willis McGahee and Ray Rice to occupy space on the sidelines. McClain has rushed five times for 24 yards in Cincinnati.