The Bills backfield could be a cause of headaches for fantasy owners the rest of the season.
Posts Tagged ‘Ronnie Brown’
Posted: Sunday, September 13th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Adrian Peterson, Andre Johnson, Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson, Carson Palmer, Drew Brees, Jake Delhomme, Joe Flacco, Josh McCown, Larry Johnson, Mark Sanchez, Matt Moore, Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Matthew Stafford, Patrick Crayton, Roddy White, Ronnie Brown, Roy Williams, Steve Slaton, Steve Smith, Tony Romo
A number of big-name players failed to meet fantasy expectations in Week 1, but don’t get too worried too soon. It’s still just one week!
Posted: Tuesday, September 8th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Brad Childress, Brandon Marshall, Brian Westbrook, Cadillac Williams, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Cooley, Darren McFadden, Eric Mangini, Felix Jones, Gregg Williams, Hakeem Nicks, JaMarcus Russell, Jason Witten, Jay Cutler, Josh Morgan, Kyle Orton, Leon Washington, Martellus Bennett, Matt Cassel, Matthew Stafford, Michael Crabtree, Nate Washington, Pat White, Ronnie Brown, Santana Moss, Sean McDermott, T.O., Terrell Suggs, Todd Haley, Tom Brandstater, Tony Gonzalez, willie parker
We’re all excited for the games to finally begin. Plenty of reasons to keep an eye on each offering.
Posted: Monday, July 20th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Brady Quinn, Cleveland Browns, D.J. Hackett, Derek Anderson, Derrick Mason, Drew Bennett, Kevin Carter, Miami Dolphins, Ronnie Brown, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
While Derrick Mason remains in retirement purgatory, the Ravens will begin looking at free-agent wide receivers to replace the veteran.
Posted: Wednesday, July 15th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Brandon Marshall, Brett Favre, Brian Brohm, Brian Urlacher, Derrick Mason, Fran Tarkenton, Green Bay Packers, Mark Clayton, Matt Flynn, Minnesota Vikings, Paul Hornung, Ronnie Brown, Roy Williams
Packers legend Paul Hornung told a crowd of supporters that Brett Favre will not win if he goes to Minnesota. He is the second member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame to take aim at Favre during the offseason.
Posted: Wednesday, July 1st, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Adrian Peterson, Anquan Boldin, Antonio Bryant, Bernard Berrian, Chester Taylor, Chris Cooley, Donald Driver, Joe Flacco, Kevin Curtis, LenDale White, Mason Crosby, Philip Rivers, Ricky Williams, Ronnie Brown
Check out the results of NFL.com fantasy guru Michael Fabiano‘s latest experts draft, and then tell him if he’s got a good team or if he’s headed for a long season.
The Dolphins are staying quiet about their plans for the Wildcat offense in ’09, but many observers are already reading between the lines. Pat White will be a factor.
Terrell Owens scored a touchdown, his first since Week 5, on an 8-yard pass from Brooks Bollinger. He’s still having a weak stat line overall, however, catching four passes for just 30 yards with one fumble lost.
Have you looked at some the rushing totals from running backs in the first half?
If you started these guys, you might want to look away (or pray for improvement in the second half).
Aaron Rodgers was a risk-reward fantasy starter in Week 5.
It appears the reward was much greater than the risk, however, as Rodgers has thrown for 313 yards and three touchdowns against Atlanta despite having a right shoulder that’s less than 100 percent.
DeAngelo Williams just scored his third touchdown of the afternoon, this one on a 32-yard run. He had previously scored on a 25-yard pass and a 10-yard run. He’s been the hotter back in Carolina’s committee and is seeing more touches than Jonathan Stewart as a result.
Ronnie Brown was active in only 17 percent of NFL.com leagues this week.
Furthermore, he’s still a free agent in 7 percent of leagues. Sure, you probably want to kick yourself for sitting him (I did too!). But unless you started a backup like Jerious Norwood or Ahmad Bradshaw ahead of him, you made the best move at the time.
Ronnie Brown has four rushing touchdowns and one passing touchdown today, setting the Dolphins’ team record for most rushing touchdowns in a game while also tying the franchise individual single-game mark for most total touchdowns.
Ronnie Brown has now scored five touchdowns (4 rush, 1 pass) in what has become a blowout in New England. He has 117 rushing yards on 16 carries and doesn’t look at all like a back coming off ACL surgery.
Ronnie Brown has now scored three times on runs of 2, 15 and 5 yards. The Patriots hadn’t allowed a rushing touchdown coming into the game, so this is a surprising performance to say the least.