Week 5 Fantasy Football Preview

 

Week 4 Studs Kyle Orton QB, Denver Broncos (341 yards and 2 touchdowns); Ladainian Tomlinson RB, New York Jets (133 rushing yards, 22 receiving yards, 2 touchdowns) Terrell Owens WR, Cincinnati Bengals (10 receptions, 222 yards and 1 touchdown); Reggie Wayne WR, Indianapolis Colts (15 receptions, 196 yard) Arian Foster RB, Houston Texans (131 rushing yards, 56 receiving yards, 1 touchdown); Antonio Gates TE, San Diego Chargers (144 receiving yards, 2 touchdowns) New York Giant Defense (10 sacks, 3 turnovers); Jason Hansen K, Detroit Lions, (4/4 Field Goals and 2/2 Extra Points) Week 4 DUDS Derek Anderson QB, Arizona Cardinals (64 yards and 2 interceptions); Chris Johnson RB, Tennesse Titans, (64 total yards and 1 fumble) Desean Jackson WR, Philadelphia Eagles (3 receptions, 19 yards); Mike Wallace, WR Pittsburgh Steelers (2 receptions, 24 yards) Buffalo Bills Defense (273 rushing yards against and 30+ points allowed for three straight games) WeekRead More »

NFL Mock Draft Version 3

 

NFL Mock Draft ¬†1) DETROIT LIONS> MATTHEW STAFFORD, QB, GEORGIA– With Sam Bradford returning to Oklahoma for another season, Stafford holds on to the top selection. Sanchez has closed the gap between him and Stafford, but I still think that Stafford is the better selection. Stafford has a stronger arm and he has greatly improved his decision making this season. Sanchez is more of a project, he has significant injury issues, and he tends to make the stupid decisions that Stafford would make last year. 2) ST. LOUIS RAMS> ANDRE SMITH, OT, ALABAMA-¬†¬†I don‚Äôt see any reason to change this pick as a result of Smith‚Äôs issues at Alabama. They don‚Äôt seem like the kind of behavioral issues that would seriously hurt his draft stock and the Rams are still looking to beef up the O-Line, which they failed to do last year by missing out on Jake Long. ¬†3)Read More »

NFL Mock Draft Version 1

 

Our first NFL Mock is now available. We will be doing 2-3 mock drafts¬†per month leading¬†up until the NFL Draft in April. (Photo courtesy of SD Dirk) 1. DETROIT LIONS,¬†MATTHEW STAFFORD, QB, GEORGIA (6-2 235 lbs) – I really do not believe that either Stafford or Bradford is worthy of the top selection in this year‚Äôs draft, but the Lions need at the position is probably going to force them into the selection. Stafford has the big arm and is probably the safer pick at this point. With that said, both Bradford and Stafford are not definitely entering the draft. If (and I don‚Äôt see this happening) both Stafford and Bradford remain in school for another season there is not a quarterback worthy of the top selection. Two other options for the Lions are to either address the offensive line by drafting Andre Smith or Michael Oher, or they couldRead More »