The Buffalo Bills have not exactly been known for producing great receivers lately. Buffalo hasn’t seen a top ten fantasy football receiver since 2006; however, the Bills are hoping to end the drought this season after trading their first and fourth round draft picks in 2015 to the Cleveland Browns
Not every rookie drafted to the NFL lives up to the hype they received coming out of college. This past NFL season saw many rookies fall short of expectations, including the first overall pick Eric Fisher (offensive tackle, Kansas City Chiefs) and third overall selection Dion Jordan
With the 2014 NFL Fantasy Draft fast approaching more and more people are searching the web trying to get an idea of who the sleepers and busts are going to be this season. Hopefully this article will help you out a little: here is a list of the top three quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers, along with a few sleepers and busts for the 2014 NFL Fantasy season:
Expectations in the NFL are sky high–especially for quarterbacks. Quarterbacks in the NFL tend to receive all the praise when their team is doing well but also all the reprimand when the team falls short. Here’s a list of four QBs under the most pressure to perform in 2014:
Every year I get asked when the best time to draft a quarterback is. Fantasy owners want a good quarterback, but often they don’t want to spend a first, second, or third round pick necessary to grab Peyton Manning or Drew Brees off the board.
It doesn’t take a doctor to tell you that Robert Griffin III‘s knee could have used a few more months to heal. Griffin rushed back too soon without understanding the importance of the offseason that he was missing.
Roger Goodell is bound and determined that the NFL playoffs need expanding, and make no mistake, it is going to happen. The extra money that will be generated from two extra playoff games is just too tempting for the commissioner and the owners.
If this is your first season playing fantasy football, there are a few things to keep in mind to prevent people in your league from loathing you. These are not mandatory rules, just some friendly guidelines to keep you from being ‘that guy’ or ‘that girl’.