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In 2012, rookies Andrew Luck, RG3, and Russ Wilson had impressive first seasons and Ryan Tannehill showed solid potential. This year's crop of rookies (Geno Smith, EJ Manuel) are not positioned to post the same levels of success keeping them off the fantasy radar for the most part. In this article we profile some of the signal callers changing uniforms as Carson Palmer will look to breathe life back into Larry Fitzgerald's WR1 status and Alex Smith will look to prove his worth as a former #1 overall pick as he'll be under center in Andy Reid's pass happy West coast offense.
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The Arizona Cardinals will have a new signal caller this year in Carson Palmer, but according to Ron Jaworski of ESPN, he’s a quarterback ranked in the bottom third in the NFL. Jaws ranked the 33-year-old quarterback 23rd overall. The prognosis does not sound encouraging at face value but when you see his track record, Palmer is an instant upgrade.
Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell said he believes Arizona can win the NFC West because they finally have a viable quarterback.
Here are three 2013 fantasy football storylines coming out of the AFC West I'll be paying attention to during training camp and through the end of August:
1) Should the addition of Andy Reid and Alex Smith make Jamaal Charles' owners nervous?
Short answer: NO! Despite Reid's reputation as a quarterback's best friend, remember what a healthy LeSean McCoy was able...
You signed up for a fantasy football draft. This was supposed to be all about drinking beer and enjoying a night with the boys. The problem is you’ve been on the clock so long that your beer’s gone warm, and your buddies can’t stand the sight of you. You’ve been faced with the seemingly insurmountable task of deciding who to pick from a group of players ranked in the same...
With 14 days until the Chiefs hit the field in St. Joe for what should be an interesting training camp, we begin our training camp previews. So will Andy Reid bring the glory and passion back to Chiefs football?
After a grueling five week process in which numerous fantasy scribes marched their way through a fierce gauntlet of fake football writing critiques (similar to The Gauntlet on American Gladiators, but tougher), we have finally reached the peak of Fake Football mountain. Chet and I would first like to extend our most sincere thank you to each and every person that participated throughout...