Gronk and Graham. It sounds like it should be a band name. In 2011, these two tight ends put up the most historic numbers we’d ever seen at the position from a fantasy perspective. Rob Gronkowski scored 18 touchdowns en route to posting 241 fantasy points, and Jimmy Graham scored 11 of his own for […]
Archive: fantasy football 2012
Larry Fitzgerald did it again. Silently, the Cardinals’ wide receiver caught 80 passes for 1,411 yards and 8 touchdowns. With a mixture of Kevin Kolb and John Skelton throwing him the ball, that’s nothing short of impressive. Aside from Fitz, Beanie Wells was the only significant fantasy player on the 2011 Cardinals. He rushed for […]
The Buccaneers made a splash on offense this off-season with the signings of Vincent Jackson, Carl Nicks and Dallas Clark. And in the draft, they selected Boise State running back Doug Martin. But after Josh Freeman’s extreme dip in play last season at quarterback, will these players become just as irrelevant as any non-Reggie Bush […]
Since the launch of my book and blog, I’ve made it very clear as to why I believe drafting a quarterback early is a bad idea. If you haven’t read any of my previous entries, take a look here, here and here.
But what I haven’t touched on is the fact that drafting a middle-round quarterback is an even worse strategy.
After somewhat of a slow start to his season, Maurice Jones-Drew stepped his game up big time over the second half of 2011 en route to a top 3 running back finish. As long as the Jaguars’ running back can sure up his contract situation, there’s no reason we should believe that he won’t be […]
I get a lot of raised eyebrows when I say that Antonio Brown will have a better fantasy football season than Mike Wallace. I find it laughable that my prediction is so “outlandish”. Why do we accept Julio Jones over Roddy White in plenty of fantasy rankings, but completely overlook the second receiver in Pittsburgh? […]