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The First Round Conundrum

As a veteran Fantasy enthusiasts, I’ve seen several anti-RB draft stratagies sprout and die with a wimper. This years “zeroRB” philosaphy takes the cake in lack of common sense. 390 more words

Fantasy Football

Way Too Early Rankings: RB

Lets now take a look at my WAAAAY too early RB rankings.

  1. Marshawn Lynch
  2. Jamaal Charles
  3. Adrian Peterson
  4. DeMarco Murray
  5. Le’Veon Bell
  6. Eddie Lacy
  7. Arian Foster…
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Fantasy Football

Chiefs will only go as far as Alex Smith can take them

Alex Smith is a solid quarterback. His success has come from his ability to run the offense and protect the football. There is definitely something to be said about this. 938 more words

AFC West

Jamaal Charles describes his NFL Draft in 5 words: 'I should've been drafted higher.'

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Chiefs runningback Jamaal Charles has averaged 5.5 yards per carry in his career and has been selected to 4 Pro Bowls, but falling to the third round in the NFL Draft apparently still stings for Kansas City’s all-time leading rusher. 24 more words

NFL

Steelers Le'Veon Bell is above average, here's the heat map to prove it

The folks over at Football Perspective offer up a variety of tantalizing, deeper-thought pieces that provide an excellent user experience in terms of wasting time. Higher compliments cannot be paid in this space. 237 more words

Steelers Wire News

Former Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon: Texans Spoke To Me At My Pro Day

Former Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon joined The Triple Threat Monday on Sports Radio 610 to give us an update of what he’s been up to this offseason, his take on the devaluation of the RB position, who he most compares his game to, what he thinks of Arian Foster — and what the Texans have told him they think of him throughout the draft process. 6 more words

Sports

New Trick for Old Dogs

One of the most overvalued statistics in fantasy football is the lack of statistics. What I mean is this: People tend to overvalue players who are set to break out with the sky as their potential. 302 more words

NFL