ONE TO START, ONE TO SIT One to start, One to sit is a weekly column where each NFL game will be evaluated and the best/worst fantasy match-ups will be listed. Sunday’s Match-ups ATLANTA FALCONS @ NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Best Option ATL- Everyone on offense NO- Everyone on offense (NOT NAMED Mark Ingram or Pierre Thomas) Wow, great way to start this article, taking the entire offenses of both teams.
This is the inaugural fantasy football week 1 bust list. Every week I will give you the top 3 (and a bunch of honorable mentions) of who I think will be a bust fantasy starter for that week in football. 1 Cam Newton- QB Carolina Panthers Every week, Cam Newton has the ability to win a game for his fantasy team. In five games last season, Cam managed to put
They say that defense wins championships. If that is the case then the Carolina Panthers might be well on their way to a Superbowl is linebacker Luke Kuechly keeps having impressive performances like he has so far this preseason. When the Panthers took down the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, 34-27, Kuechly put on a defensive clinic, making it incredibly difficult for the Ravens’ offense to get anything going.
The quarterback position this year for fantasy football is without question, the deepest it has been possibly in the history of the game. Last season, 11 QB’s threw for over 4000 yards, 5 threw for over 30 touchdowns, and not a single QB threw 20 interceptions. So what does this mean? Means all the talk about the NFL being a passing first league is absolutely true. What does it mean
The fourth round of the 2013 NFL Draft has begun currently on pick no.164 Here's a look at what happened in round three, round two and round one. Fourth Round Picks: No.98: Matt Barkley, QB, USC The Philadelphia Eagles traded up and now have a plethora of quarterbacks on the roster with Michael Vick, Nick Foles, Dennis Dixon and Barkley. No.99: Nico Johnson, ILB, Alabama Kansas City Chiefs add depth
The second round of the 2013 NFL Draft is now complete. There were trades and a couple questionable selections and for what happened in the first round here's where to find the information. No.33: Jonathan Cyprien, S, Florida International Jacksonville Jaguars improve secondary with the second best safety in the draft. No.34: Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee San Francisco 49ers trade down to the 40th selection and also receive the 216th
The 2013 NFL Draft first round is finished. There were a number of trades and interesting selections. s now on the 30th pick First Pick: Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan Head Coach Andy Reid gets the man he wants to protect quarterback Alex Smith. Eric Fisher and @nflcommish with the MAN HUG!!! #KCPick ---> twitter.com/ESPNNFL/status… — NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) April 26, 2013 Second Pick: Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M By drafting
CLEVELAND – While the hiring of new head coach Rob Chudzinski may not be the “big splash” many Cleveland Browns fans had hoped for, it may be just the thing for tight end Jordan Cameron. Chudzinski, the former offensive coordinator of the Carolina Panthers, was hired by the Browns to take over a team that was near the bottom of nearly every offensive category in the 2012-13 season. The 44-year-old