There’s been some big news recently. Between injuries, trades and suspensions there are questions that loom. let’s take a look at some here.
Peyton Manning is back with most of his parts this season. Nick Foles surprised us all and should have another nice year. Brady’s numbers were down, But he hopes for a healthier cast around him. Cam Newton could have a down year after surgery and many new faces in Carolina.
Lacy, Bernard and Keenan Allen were just a few of the stand out rookies in 2013. Here’s some names to keep in mind when you draft. They are in no particular order. As we’ve seen, anyone can become a key member of your roster. Rookies usually aren’t worth a high draft pick. But do add depth and starting ability.
Adrian Peterson will start his quest for 2,500 yards on Sunday in Detroit. I expect a solid day over all from a core group of the runningbacks.
Rob Gronkowski is still recovering from surgery. Heath Miller had a great year but an ACL late in the season puts this year in Jeopardy. Jimmy Graham hopes to bounce back.
The NFC South was terrible defensively a year ago as a whole. That showed this past April when all teams draft heavy on defensive players. Lets take a look at how they did.
Green Bay added a running game and a possible sleeper at receiver. Chicago reached in round one. Detroit filled some needs with nine draft picks and Minnesota drafted three players in the first round. Lets take a look at how the teams did and What impact they may have on fantasy rosters.
The Kansas City Chiefs led the way with the first pick of the draft. The 2013 offseason Has been exciting for last years worst team. Lets look at how the entire division did and who may help your fantasy team.
The Chiefs are on the clock. Will they go with Joeckel, Fisher or a surprise pick? There’s many ways this draft could go. I expect a lot of trades.