The former first-round NFL draft pick from Clemson looks to take his fifth season with the Houston Texans' to a whole new level. As fantasy owners, we would be happy if he just took it to historical levels. In 2015 DeAndre Hopkins finished 3rd amongst receivers in receptions (111), receiving yards (1,531), and total targets (192)... Continue Reading →
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There is a double standard in the NFL…It’s just not the one you are thinking of. Many people are dumbfounded as to why Colin Kaepernick has not signed with a team. Is it his vegan diet? Is money the issue? Is it his social and political stances or is it that he just isn’t good enough to... Continue Reading →
*Disclaimer: The Seahawks are my home team. **Disclaimer: I'm also a realist. Over the past five years the Seattle Seahawks have been perennial contenders for the NFC Championship title, if not for the Super Bowl. Russell Wilson's play-making ability, Marshawn Lynch's punishing running style, and the Legion of Boom propelled talk of a dynasty that... Continue Reading →
In 2016 New Orleans Saints' quarterback Drew Brees set a NFL record with his fifth season passing for over 5,000 yards, having previously hit the mark in 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2013. Already the owner of seven other passing records, Brees' 2016 season further cemented his status as a future first-ballot Hall of Famer. Over the course of... Continue Reading →
With the fourth overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars selected running back Leonard Fournette out of Louisiana State University. Over the course of three collegiate seasons with the Tigers, Fournette rushed for 3,830 yards on 616 carries (6.22 yards per carry average) and 40 touchdowns. During that same three-year span, ALL Jacksonville Jaguar running backs... Continue Reading →
Have you ever walked out of the draft room wondering, "What the heck just happened?" You managed to draft three tight ends, you selected a defense in the fifth round, and for some reason you picked up a rookie running back that you weren't even aware of until one of your buddies started talking to... Continue Reading →
When the New York Jets announced their planned release or trade of wide receiver Eric Decker on June 7, one of the most perplexing offseasons in NFL history had been completed. Out went established veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, Brandon Marshall, the team's leading receiver in 2016, and numerous other big names on defense, including Darrelle Revis and David Harris. Instead... Continue Reading →