The Indianapolis Colts have struggled in the running game for quite some time. Then in 2015, they signed free agent RB Frank Gore from the San Francisco 49ers. Gore went over 1,000 yards in 2016. He was the first Colts to do it since Joseph Addai did it in 2007. Now the Colts look to spell the elder Gore with a set of young legs. Those young legs belong to
Jacksonville Jaguars have had high hopes and expectations since they drafted a young kid named Blake Bortles out of the University of Central Florida. It just has not connected for them yet whether it be because of Defense or because of his inconsistent play. He has been in Jacksonville now since 2014. Since being there his starting running backs have been as follows; 2014-Toby Gerhart, 2015-Tj Yeldon. and 2016-Chris Ivory.
When you think of the AFC South, you probably think that this is the easiest division in the NFL. Although it is not, it may just be one of the toughest for 2017. For the Indianapolis Colts, they may wish it were the easiest. Nevertheless, their offense will be key for them to try to unseat the Houston Texans. The Colts offense finished ranked ninth in the league in 2016.
Can the offense of the Tennessee Titans break out this season? Can their youth help you in your fantasy football league? Below are some players that may be good options. Sleeper – Derrick Henry, Running Back The #34 back off the board in most drafts, Henry has become an afterthought after most thought he would be a definite threat DeMarco Murray’s production. One year with that not being the case,
When you watch the Indianapolis Colts, you notice one thing. T.Y. Hilton is a legit NFL receiver. In 2016 Hilton led the Colts with 1,448 yards receiving. He was far and above the best receiver on the team. The next closest is a TE. Yes, I said TE. What can Hilton do to improve on 2016? T.Y Hilton was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the third round of the
The defense of the 2016 Indianapolis Colts was a sieve. They averaged giving up well over 300 yards per game. In fact, they were just under 400. That alone is not a good ingredient for success. Playing in the AFC South and playing offenses like the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans, the Colts will need a solid defense. Will the 2017 Colts find said defense? The defensive line of the
When the Detroit Lions take the field, you never know what you are going to get. Some weeks you get a high-powered, high-scoring offense. On other days, you get a stalled out Ford. They have no consistency on that side of the ball. In 2017, they look for that consistency. The Detroit Lions offense does not lack in star power. With QB Matt Stafford leading the way, the Lions are
The Minnesota Viking will be a different offense. Gone is the face Adrian Peterson. Now, who will help them? Who will help you on your fantasy football team? Below are some players to consider. Sleeper – Adam Thielen, Wide Receiver It is weird to think about a sleeper pass catcher from a Sam Bradford-led offense, but here we are. Mike Zimmer turned Bradford into a pinpoint accurate QB with play
The receiving position of the Chicago Bears is one in need of major repair. Over the last three seasons, they have lost the likes of Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall. The drafted Kevin White to try to be “the guy” but he cannot stay healthy. They will look to him to try to grow in 2017. However, there is another receiver that you should keep your eye on, Cameron Meredith.
When talking about the defense for the Chicago Bears, surprisingly you are talking about one of the better teams of 2016. They finished 14th in total defense, seventh against the pass, and 26th against the rush. The larger number can be a bit misleading. As the season went on their defense was on the field an awful lot. The offense just could keep the ball long enough. Will the Bears