2015 Summer Hype Train: All Aboard? RBs Written by: Bill Cervi (@wcervi) It happens every year at this time, it's as inevitable ...
Today we wrap up the final Speed Bump of 2016 with two of the greats of all-time at quarterback in Drew Brees and Peyton Manning and the new kid on the block, fresh off back-to-back Super Bowls and sporting a new 4-year, $87.67M contract extension in Russell Wilson, making Wilson the second highest paid quarterback in the NFL behind Aaron Rodgers. By position covered, the final count was 19 QBs, 35 RBs, 50 WRs and 5 TEs. Lastly, the final tally – the exact statistical probability of getting all 30 polls correct (randomly guessing) settles in at 1 in 10 quadrillion, 699 trillion, 320 billion, 537 million, 907 thousand and two hundred.
This article could just as well be about Gary Kubiak as much as it is about Owen Daniels. Amazingly -- Daniels and Kubiak have been a part of the same team since 2006. What will Daniels do now in Denver still Kubiak and now with Peyton Manning as his quarterback? Stephen Lear hops in the Trading Spaces fun with an analysis on Daniels.
DFW's Brad Duffendack shines the Spotlight on Mark Ingram and analyzes his 2015 prospects and beyond.
Nearing the end, we have just two spots left for Speed Bump 2015 polls. Today, it’s likely the WR1 versus WR2 in most drafts in 2015. With only one pick and on the clock, and only one pick to win or lose in the 2015 Speed Bump Competition, who will reign supreme in 2015 between Antonio Brown and Dez Bryant? With two options to chose from in this poll, the odds of getting all correct doubles, from roughly 1 in 1.8 quadrillion, to 1 in 3.6 quadrillion.
There was a time when the Patriots number two tight end was pretty fantasy elite. Can newly-signed Scott Chandler reclaim some of that magic for the Patriots? Jon Ellis covers the Chandler signing in New England.
Could Travaris Cadet win the pass-catching role in New England? Jon Ellis tends to think so. Jon covers the Cadet signing in New England and Cadet's 2015 fantasy outlook.
We have covered much of the epic 2014 rookie wide receiver class as it is the rookie wide receiver class that keeps on giving. In this one, Mike Evans goes up against elite wide receiver royalty, albeit one coming in from a down season in the great A.J. Green. One vote -- who will you be drafting and who will outperform in 2015?
One can achieve dynasty dominance by employing many different strategies, but in order to truly conquer your Dynasty league, owners must understand the three Dynasty markets and know how to corner them
Each week a DFW panel of Experts answers questions from our Insiders. This week the panel takes a look at some players returning from injury (Cruz and Quick) and they also dive into the suspension pool and chime in on Tom Brady and Le'Veon Bell.