Posts Tagged ‘Visanthe Shiancoe’

Favre return would be great for fantasy football

The return (or expected return) of Brett Favre is great for fantasy football.

DT Pat Williams, TE Shiancoe active for Vikings

Vikings DT Pat Williams (elbow) and TE Visanthe Shiancoe (thigh) are active for Sunday’s game against the Giants in a key matchup.

Week 17 injuries: Ravens trio ailing

The injury reports are out for Week 17, and here’s a look at some of the notable developments among teams fighting for or headed to the postseason.

Week 14 injuries: DeAngelo returns; many Vikes hurt

Teams have released their Week 14 practice participation reports for Wednesday. Here’s a look at some of the notable developments.

Week 13 news and notes

Here’s a look at some of the bigger news and notes as we continue fantasy’s Week 13.

Don’t overthink when setting lineups

The fantasy football season is here! Rejoice! Have fun, talk trash, but don’t overthink your starting lineup! Consider this your fantasy football intervention.

Brett Favre looked fine to me

Brett Favre was plenty solid in his first extended action since last season. If Favre can stay healthy and stick to the Vikings’ template, they will be a scary team.

Will taking wideouts early hurt your fantasy team?

In my latest experts league draft, I decided to focus on wide receivers and passed on taking a second running back until the fifth round. Check out the my full roster to see if this little experiment worked.

What Favre really means to Vikings offense

When I look at Brett Favre on the Minnesota Vikings — ignoring all of the obvious things — what I see is the Vikings getting better in the red zone and on third downs. Really, Favre makes the entire offense better, and opposing defenses will no longer be able to take liberties against the Vikings.

Fantasy spin: Vikings, Favre agree to terms

Brett Favre’s presence will help the fantasy value of receivers Bernard Berrian, Sidney Rice, Percy Harvin and tight end Visanthe Shiancoe. Look at Favre as a viable No. 2 fantasy quarterback and worth a middle- to late-round selection.

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