Ravens RB Ray Rice has gone from a preseason sleeper to an absolute star in fantasy circles.
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Raven RB Ray Rice got almost all the carries in Week 5. Fantasy owners need to take notice.
Posted: Monday, September 28th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Adrian Peterson, Andre Johnson, Barry Sanders, Cadillac Williams, Calvin Johnson, Cedric Benson, Clinton Portis, Correll Buckhalter, Dan Marino, Donald Brown, Drew Brees, Emmitt Smith, Fred Jackson, Jerry Rice, Jim Caldwell, Joseph Addai, Josh McDaniels, Knowshon Moreno, Larry Fitzgerald, Marshall Faulk, Matt Forte, Maurice Jones-Drew, Peyton Manning, Randy Moss, Ryan Grant, Steve Slaton, Tom Brady, Willis McGahee
I would argue that right now — in the 2009 NFL season — is the most challenging time to be a a fantasy owner.
Maurice Jones-Drew is putting up huge numbers for fantasy owners, one of the top fantasy storylines so far in Week 3.
Posted: Friday, August 28th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Ahmad Bradshaw, Antonio Bryant, Brandon Jacobs, Brandon Marshall, Cadillac Williams, Carson Palmer, Chad Ochocinco, Chaz Schilens, Chris Henry, Drew Brees, Earnest Graham, Eddie Royal. Derrick Ward, Glen Coffee, James Davis, Leon Washington, Michael Crabtree, Nate Washington, Ray Rice, Rex Ryan, Terrell Owens, Tim Hightower, Tom Brady, Troy Williamson, Willis McGahee
Here’s a look at my preseason fantasy risers and fallers. If you’re not ranking Chad Ochocinco ahead of Brandon Marshall now, you’re missing something!
I’ll be spinning Around The League today on Total Access, looking at the contract issues between some rookies and their teams.
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: Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009 | Adam Rank Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Clinton Portis, Darren McFadden, JaMarcus Russell, Jeff Garcia, Justin Fargas, Leon Washington, Michael Bush, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Ray Rice, Rex Ryan, Shonn Greene, Thomas Jones, Washington Redskins, Willis McGahee
Ravens RB Willis McGahee has been one of the most frustrating fantasy options in recent memory, so forgive my trepidation when he told the Baltimore Sun that he’s completely healthy and ready to challenge Ray Rice for the No. 1 spot in Baltimore.
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 […]
Ravens RB Willis McGahee, who was released from a hospital in Pittsburgh early this morning and returned to Baltimore, is expected to make a complete recovery from head and neck injuries.
Ravens RB Willis McGahee was carted off the field late in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game after Pittsburgh Steelers S Ryan Clark hit him hard in the helmet. The Ravens said McGahee had “significant neck pain” but movement in his arms and legs. Clark also needed help from Steelers staffers to make it to the sideline.
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.