RWi RB Reliability Ratings

Reliability Ratings – Top 15 RB Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Reliability is a key component to the fantasy running back. A highly desired trait, especially in your studs. Guys who don’t lay eggs. Guys who don’t disappoint. This is a measure of fantasy floor. Information critical to building a competitive roster. Here is a reliability analysis

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The Frank Gore Headache

Are Frank Gore’s Best Days Behind Him? Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com It’s a common ailment. Sometimes debilitating, more commonly very irritating. Persistent discomfort is the trademark symptom. The fantasy diagnosis is a “Frank Gore Headache”. If you have one you know it. The anticipatory anxiety that comes with it is compounding. A sickening malady for sufferers.

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Ochocinco’s New Home

Can 85 Return to Life in Miami? Just in Time for “Hard Knocks”… Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, Rosterwatch.com Photo Credit Chad Ochochinco has always loved Miami. It makes sense that he’s landed there after languishing in irrelevance in New England for a season, though his situation was largely a product of his own doing. Apparently

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Devin the Dude

Devin Hester won’t go away Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, RosterWatch.com The headline for this piece may be lost on those unfamiliar with the Houston underground hip-hop scene, but the sentiment remains. Devin Hester is the man in Chicago. Despite attempts by many football media outlets to discount him as a force to be reckoned with,

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Right Out of the Gates

Miami WR Clyde Gates is Primed For a Breakout Dorian :The Trashman” Colbert, RosterWatch.com Photo Credit Second year Dolphins receiver Clyde Gates had the fastest time at the 2011 NFL combine, though there is a good chance this is the first time you’ve heard of him. Don’t be too hard on yourself, he was virtually

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Gerhart in the Right Place

Is AP’s Backup This Year’s Tolbert? Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, RosterWatch.com There’s a chance Minnesota Vikings stud runner Adrian Peterson won’t start the first game of the season. At least that’s what Vikings head trainer Eric Sugerman is saying. All Day is still rehabbing from ACL, MCL, and meniscus surgery, and while the aim is

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