Last season was a slow start and strong finish for Calvin Johnson. Big names have changed teams. Some young guys stepped up, while others look to bounce back. New quarterback situations will help and hurt players stock.
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.
Rob Gronkowski scored big in London last week. Who will top the list in week 9?
Aaron Rodgers finally had the game we’ve been waiting for in Houston week 6. The Packers head to St. Louis and should be able to put up big points again
There’s a lot of good match ups in week one. Check out who you should and shouldn’t start this week.
Here’s a look at my top 12 quarterbacks heading into your fantasy season. It was a big year for the QB position in 2011. Drew Brees set records and others had career years.
Houston’s Arian Foster is the top overall player on my board. Five other backs, three QB’s and one wide receiver find themselves in my top ten.
Trent Richardson will have his knee scoped for a second time in a year. This will hurt his draft stock. He’s been coming off the board in the second round. Where should you target him if you want him?
Many fantasy leauges have ditched the touchdown heavy scoring. yardage and receptions have boosted the overall scoring. Even kick return points for indiviual returners have caught on. A mostly over looked stat in fantasy. It can make an average player a real asset to your team. Darren Sproles is the king when it comes to this area. Another reason to grab him higher than most would think. Let’s take a look at some of the top all-purpose players since 2009.