Don’t Draft A Fantasy WR Until The 5th Round in 2012
Lessons from a 12 Team Mock Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Photo By Danny Hurley, Dallas Observer Well, it’s that time of year. Time to sharpen you pencil and run some mock drafts. A number of them if possible. I took a different approach today. I chose the 9th spot to mock from in a 12 team
Fantasy Expectations: Chad Johnson
Oprah Goes Deep Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Recently, a certain former Ochocinco said he is going to have a “monster” year in Miami. He doesn’t care who emerges from that motley crew of Dolphins QBs. As far as Chad is concerned, it might as well be Oprah Winfrey. That would be great fodder for Hard Knocks
Carson Palmer Predicts a Darren McFadden Offense in Oakland
Carson Palmer Predicts a Darren McFadden Offense in Oakland Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com It looks like some noteworthy fantasy football intelligence has come to us from a golf tournament. The American Century Championship, in beautiful Lake Tahoe to be exact. You could see the pine trees in the background during Alex Flanagan’s interview with Carson Palmer
Mohamed Sanu: A Reflection of A.J. Green?
Andy Dalton’s New Safety Blanket Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, Rosterwatch.com Second year superstar A.J. Green sees a lot of himself in rookie WR Mohamed Sanu. Like Green, whose game speed dwarfs his time in the 40, Sanu plays much faster than his 4.67 40 time at the NFL combine would indicate (though I tend to
Is Demaryius Thomas on Your Fantasy Radar?
Is Demaryius Thomas on Your Fantasy Radar? Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com He should be. Demaryius Thomas might be the most intriguing WR prospect in this year’s fantasy football draft. Most fans probably remember Thomas for his spectacular walk off 80 yard touchdown from Tim Tebow to defeat the Steelers in the wildcard round of the 2011
Who’s Got the Ball? Running back situations to potentially avoid
RBBC: Running Back By Confusion Dorian “The Trashman” Colbert, Rosterwatch.com “Gather round chil’ren and I’ll tell you the legend of the workhorse back!” That’s how I imagine a start to how us old timers will impart the story of the long lost lead running back to awestruck youngsters in approximately, eh, five years or so.
Mark Ingram’s Stock is Falling. Time to Take Advantage
Saints 2nd Year RB Represents Value in Fantasy Drafts Alex Dunlap, Rosterwatch.com Photo Credit A bruised heel. I put it on par with turf toe, plantar fascia and the like. Basically, the types of injuries that we, as idiotic fans, cannot begin to comprehend regarding pain and discomfort. “It is a bruise. Play on it.
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
Fantasy Analysis: Michael Turner is Criminally Undervalued
Fantasy Analysis: Michael Turner is Criminally Undervalued Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Agreed, it’s better to abandon a player one year too early than one year too late. It’s better to be on the cutting edge, finding the “next best thing” sooner than later. A lot of fantasy owners tend to hold on too long. It’s strange,
2012 Expectations: A.J. Green Will Have a Monster Season
Year 2 Fantasy Football Expectations: A.J. Green Byron Lambert, Rosterwatch.com Football aficionados recognize that Bengals WR A.J. Green is an elite talent. Draftniks knew this year that there weren’t any rookie prospects of his ilk. I’m not sure Green is getting the proper attention from fantasy footballers though. He is an artist, a playmaker, a