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Rob Gronkowski, TE, New England Patriots
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
Rob Gronkowski had a year of highs and lows in 2012. The highest of highs being that he once again performed extremely well in fantasy football, putting up 139 fantasy points which was second best only to the New Orleans Saints Jimmy Graham.
The lowest of lows though for the New England Patriots tight end can be summed up on one hand, or should I say arm. He broke his arm in November, was able to get it to heal and then, cringing as I type this, broke his arm again two months later.
Despite the worrisome arm that Gronkowski possesses, he has many positives to look at which should make you believe that he is still and should still be considered one of the top two options at the tight end position come fantasy draft day.
The best thing going for him is that he is a mammoth player with very soft hands. He is extremely efficient as a receiving opt...
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Patriots are aware that the noise about Wes Welker — and other free agents — soon could get louder -...
Mary Kay Cabot reports that an NFL source expects to see the Browns pursue a trade for Patriots backup QB Ryan Mallett.
Cabot adds that a separate source believes Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is unwilling to trade Mallett at this point in time.
There’s been speculation that Mallett could be a target for the Browns since they hired Michael Lombardi as VP of player personnel...
Wes Welker sees your move, Patriots, and he’s calling your bluff.
While the Patriots and Welker appeared to be close to making an agreement on a new deal in recent days, the situation has suddenly become much more complicated. First came the news that Welker was none too pleased with how the Patriots treated him last season, and that he might be willing to test the free-agent market...
“Wide receiver Wes Welker has no plans to re-sign with the Patriots before testing the free...
Wes Welker, WR, Free Agent (2012-13 Team: New England Patriots)
School: Texas Tech
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
Wes Welker turned in yet another.. er.. ppr studded season. He hauled in a whopping 118 catches for 6 touchdowns. While Julian Edelman was nipping at his heels during the early portion of the season, Welker, in the...
Wes Welker is destined for free agency and Patriots fans wonder if the team can live without the record-setting slot man. The reality is that the Patriots can not only live without Welker, they can thrive without Welker.
Contract negotiations between Wes Welker and the New England Patriots have gone to opposite sides of the spectrum and everywhere in between in a matter of days. I have ridden the Welker Contract Roller Coaster now for two offseasons in a row, and I have spent hours wondering about his future. I live and think like someone living in the modern Western world, so I think in terms of...
Breaking Down a First-Down Fix for the Patriots Defense: The Wednesday B/R column is up, and...
The million question is how much of Welker’s success is based of him and how much of it is based off Tom Brady. I don’t care how great of a Wide Receiver you are, it helps having a Hall of Fame quarterback throwing you the ball, but I think people aski underrate Welker’s talent.
He isn’t a perfect fit for every team, but there are several teams I think he would fit in nicely...
It seems there’s only one position on Patriots fans minds right now: wide receiver.
Patriots faithful is agonizing over slot receivers, outside receivers, deep threat receivers, Wes Welker, Brandon Lloyd, Danny Amendola and countless other options. Whether Welker is back in a Patriots uniform next year or not, New England will no doubt look to acquire a few outside targets for...
Not really any sudden or surprising news here, but the possibility of free agent WR Danny Amendola becoming a New England Patriot seem more and more likely. So this has been considered almost a gimme for a while now, but with Wes Welker deciding to test the market, Amendola could be a factor in Welker's contract negotiations. Writer Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com says that...