In part one we took a look at quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and Runningback Terrance West. Both should make an impact in the NFL. Let’s look at some more prospects who could shine at the next level.
Not every player who gets drafted comes from a big school. Some players are over looked or develop later. Academics can play a role also. We’ve seen players from smaller schools play big roles in the pros. Let’s take a look at a few from this years crop of prospects.
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.
Here’s my post combine / free agency look at round one. Minnesota now has two picks after dealing Percy Harvin to the Seahawks. Star Lotulelei’s heart condition has checked out okay. The Chiefs have acquired a veteran quarterback and Kansas City is on the clock…
The Chiefs are on the clock. Will they go QB or look to another position to help?
The Bears put on a show week 9 against the Titans. They come back home to square off with another top defense.
Week 6 features tough match ups for many of the top QB’s. How does your’s rank this week?