Any of you thinking of benching Vikings RB Adrian Peterson this week should take a gander at what Ravens RB Ray Rice is doing right now.
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Posted: Thursday, December 16th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Adrian Peterson, Andre Johnson, Antonio Gates, Arian Foster, Ben Tate, Chris Johnson, Darren McFadden, DeAngelo Williams, frank gore, Joe Webb, Michael Vick, Peyton Hillis, Peyton Manning, Randy Moss, Ray Rice, Ryan Grant
If you landed Arian Foster or Peyton Hillis, chances are you’re in the playoff hunt.
Posted: Tuesday, December 14th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Dallas Clark, Adrian Peterson, Brandon Marshall, Dallas Clark, DeAngelo Williams, Jermichael Finley, Matt Forte, Michael Turner, Ray Rice, Tom Brady
Think that your season is over just because you have been eliminated from the playoffs? That is absolutely not the case if you are still involved in a keeper league.
Posted: Tuesday, December 14th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Marshall Faulk, Ahmad Bradshaw, Danny Woodhead, Jason La Canfora, Jim Gigliotti, Marshall Faulk, Michael Fabiano, Nick Bakay, Ray Rice, robert meachem
The first round of the playoffs for the NFL.com magazine league came down to the final moments for fantasy editor Michael Fabiano and Marshall Faulk. And it was one for the ages.
Anybody in favor of team quarterbacks would likely get a lot of support from fantasy enthusiasts who started Packers QB Aaron Rodgers in Week 14.
Nothing like starting your fantasy league with three points heading into the weekend. As much fun as it is playing guys with Monday night matchups, this is the horror of playing guys on Thursday night. One bad game kind of ruins the start of your weekend.
Raiders fans are known for their overreactions. Don’t believe me? Greyhound had to shutdown its servers last night because Raiders fans flooded the system booking travel to Dallas for the Super Bowl following Sunday’s beat down of the Broncos, which proved — beyond a shadow of a doubt — that greatness is in the future for the Silver & Black.
Ray Rice is losing a lot of carries (and fantasy points) to Willis McGahee this week.
Ray Rice is finally putting up some fantasy points!
Posted: Sunday, October 3rd, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Willis McGahee, Darren McFadden, Clinton Portis, Roy Williams, Ray Rice, Steve Smith, Justin Gage, Pete Carroll, Nick Barnett, Asante Samuel, Michael Vick, Le'Ron McClain, Jordan Shipley, Paul Kruger, Pierson Prioleau, Kevin Dockery, Delanie Walker, Jacoby Jones, Jonathan Joseph, Melvin Bullitt, Chris Reis, Russell Okung, Derrick Morgan, Riley Cooper, Frank Tadych, Morgan Burnett, Week 4 injuries 2010
It was a rough day on the injury front for the Eagles, who lost Michael Vick, Asante Samuel and WR Riley Cooper.
One of the most unenviable places to be this morning — other than standing next to the shirtless Eagles fan like Jason La Canfora did during Fantasy Live — was sitting in front of your computer trying to decide to play Ray Rice or not.
Pierre Thomas was limited in practice on Friday and is considered a game-day decision. Obviously, game-day decisions are terrible for many reasons, which we have discussed before. And Thomas is i no better position than Jahvid Best, Ray Rice or Steven Jackson.
Athletes always contend that toe injuries are some of the most painful ailments to overcome. And while it’s not a sexy appendage to brag about injuring — notice Keanu Reeves never talks glowingly about injuring his toe during his inspirational speech to his teammates during The Replacements — this can be extremely troublesome for the fantasy enthusiasts.
With a number of big-name players facing injuries this week, here’s a one-stop shop for the latest updates as the news cycle comes to a close on Thursday.
In a week where running back injuries are rampant, Kenneth Darby could have some fantasy appeal.