Do yourself a favor and read this article I found on ESPN about Jim Kelly.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Eric Decker is a Jet-Jet-JetThe Facts -
2. Can Decker separate from number one corner backs across the league? I would say in most instances, no, so I would assume he would be a much better play in 2014 when facing zone oriented teams.
Denver's Defensive Haul
The Pats try to keep pace:
Don't look now but Lovie Smith is doing some work in Tampa. Tampa has loads of money every year and never spends it outside of the Revis signing last year. This year they are doing some spending and bringing in some good NFL talent. I like all their signings so far and I would bet there are more to come. Look for a number two WR to be brought in soon and Mike Williams to most likely be released.
Big shout out to the Raiders for screwing up the Roger Safford deal. Rams fans thank you! Typical Raiders.
I am hearing Nicks to Carolina...I sure hope they get Cam more than that for the 2014 season...Panthers are on the road to being big time...but they must have some offensive weapons for Newton to take that next step toward the Super Bowl. They certainly have the defense to make the run. I would love to see them move up on the draft and snag a Mike Evans or Sammy Watkins, both of whom would become giant red blips on our fantasy radars if that happened. Maybe they can add Nicks and a dependable slot WR.
More Free Agent Frenzy 2014 as the offensive side of the ball gets more attention in the coming weeks.
Posted by Wes Ramsey at 8:09 PM
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
49ers re-signed WR Anquan Boldin to a two-year, $12 million contract with $5.5 million guaranteed.
Boldin, 33, capitalized on Michael Crabtree's 11 missed games in 2013 en route to a five-year high in catches (85) and seven-year high in yards (1,179) with seven touchdowns as the 49ers' default No. 1 wideout. Boldin can still physically dominate defensive backs on occasion, but turns 34 in the first half of next season, and last year's opportunity-inflated numbers aren't a reliable indication of what's to come. Boldin's return to San Francisco has more real-life than fantasy impact. He'll be a low-ceiling, borderline WR3 in 2014 re-draft leagues. Look for Crabtree to reemerge as the Niners' No. 1 wideout. If the season began today, the 49ers' top three receivers would be Crabtree, Boldin, and promising sophomore Quinton Patton, with Vernon Davis at tight end.
Source: CSN Bay Area(via Rotoworld)
Mar 3 - 2:20 PM
*My Take - Not a huge surprise that Boldin signed again with the Niners, but his value is more in his intangibles than it is as a fantasy WR. Sure he is serviceable, but not anyone who you need to look at in the early rounds. I want him on my real team, but can take him or leave him for fantasy purposes. Niners should be in the mix for a SB run again in 2014.
Posted by Wes Ramsey at 7:45 AM
Monday, March 3, 2014
Peyton Manning has been fully cleared for the 2014 season following a Monday exam on his neck.
Because Manning underwent four neck surgeries in 2011, including a fusion, he has an annual checkup to ensure he's capable of taking the abuse an NFL quarterback absorbs weekly. As expected, doctors found no surprises or complications. Manning will turn 38 later this month and his arm strength leaves a lot to be desired, but he'll be our No. 1 fantasy quarterback in 2014. With an elite supporting cast and healthy Ryan Clady, he shouldn't fall too far short of the mind-blowing 55 touchdowns and 5,477 yards he posted last season. Manning is under contract through the 2016 season.
Source: Denver Post
Mar 3 - 11:58 AM
Posted by Wes Ramsey at 1:26 PM