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Top 5 Free Agents
1) Knowshon Moreno RB DEN - 167 1 TD
Knowshon is still widely available and looks to be a huge part of the Denver offense. If he is still available, you couldn’t do much better for a fantasy running back.
2. David Wilson RB NYG - 100 Total Yards 3 TD
David Wilson’s big play ability makes him a must add. With Ahmad Bradshaw dealing with multiple injuries, Wilson could get a expanded role.
3) Danario Alexander SD - 88 Receiving yards 2 TD
Alexander continues to be one of the Philip River’s favorite targets, especially in the red zone.
4) Josh Gordon WR CLE - 86 Receiving Yards 0 TD
Josh Gordon looks to be revving up again as a fantasy threat. Over 14 catches and 202 receiving yards in his last two games is not too shabby.
5) Detroit Lions Defense - 27 points Allowed 3 Sacks 1 Fumble Recovered
The Detroit Lions face the Arizona Cardinals next week. They have committed a lot of turnovers and scored only six points in the last 2 weeks.
Top 3 Trends to Watch
1) In spurts this season Kirk Cousin has filled in admirably for RG3. He should get a extended look next week against the Browns making him an intriguing play.
2). If you somehow built a playoff team around Cam Newton, he is rewarding you these past few weeks with performances reminiscent of last year’s rookie of the year season.
3). After this weeks Bryce Brown performance, LeSean McCoy owners should breathe easy about him eating playing time. McCoy should pass the concussion test this week and be back in your lineup.
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Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw left Sunday's game with New orleans due to a left knee injury. His return is questionableFantasy Spin:David Wilson will get the majority of the work if Bradshaw can't come back. He's having a great return day with a 97-yard kickoff return and more than 200 yards in returns in the first half.
Jenny Vrentas reports that Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw has a sprained knee.
Head coach Tom Coughlin isn’t ready or willing to rule Bradshaw out of Sunday’s game against the Falcons. While Bradshaw has been willing and able to play through injuries in the past, it seems as though he’s going to be limited at best this weekend. Rookie David Wilson is coming off of an incredible...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw did not practice Wednesday and his status for Sunday's game at the Atlanta Falcons is uncertain. Bradshaw's practice time is routinely monitored due to a chronic foot issue, but he also suffered a sprained knee in the Giants' 52-27 victory over the New Orleans Saints last Sunday. "I'm not going to rule him out of...
Browns rookie wide receiver Josh Gordon caught eight passes on 12 targets for 86 yards Sunday against the Chiefs.Fantasy Spin:Gordon has emerged as Brandon Weeden's No. 1 weapon in the passing game. The rookie has hauled in 35 catches for 639 yards and five touchdowns over the last nine games and has a favorable matchup against Washington in Week 15.
New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin told the media that running back Ahmad Bradshaw has a sprained knee. He’s not ready to rule him out, but Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger says it doesn’t sound like he’ll play this week.
If Bradshaw isn’t able to play against the Falcons on Sunday, rookie David Wilson will likely get the start with both Kregg Lumpkin and Ryan...
Ahmad Bradshaw suffered a knee sprain during the Giants drubbing of the Saints. Luckily for the Giants they draft as well or better than any team in the NFL and they were prepared. David Wilson stepped and broke records with his rushing and special teams performance. It's looking very likely that Bradshaw will be at best limited and at worst sidelined for Week 15.
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw had an MRI and a "battery of tests" for an injured knee on Monday, according to ESPN New York. Test results were not immediately available. Bradshaw was injured during the Giants' 52-27 blowout over the New Orleans Saints. He was in and out of the game before eventually getting replaced by David Wilson. Giants coach...
Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who left Sunday's game with New Orleans due to a left knee injury, has been diagnosed with a sprained knee and is questionable for Sunday's game in Atlanta.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw can play even without practicing during the week, but backup David Wilson proved last Sunday against New Orleans that he can carry the load if called upon. Expect...
Giants coach Tom Coughlin says he has not ruled running back Ahmad Bradshaw out from Sunday's matchup in Atlanta, despite a knee injury.
But Bradshaw, injured vs. New Orleans last Sunday, missed practice on Wednesday, and Coughlin kept open the possibility that rookie backup David Wilson could start against the Falcons (11-2).
''I'm not going to talk about the percentages...
The New York Giants got a big win over the Saints on Sunday, but it came with a cost. Both running back Ahmad Bradshaw and cornerback Prince Amukamara came away banged up.
“Well, I’m sure he is going to be sore as he always is, but he was able to go back in,” said Giants coach Tom Coughlin. Rookie David Wilson was in at running back down the stretch, but when asked if Bradshaw...
Welcome to the Week 14 Injury Analysis. I assume all leagues are either continuing or starting playoff games next week so it will be important to know what you should do about the few players that suffered more significant injuries in last weekend’s games. As always, feel free to leave comments about players I did not discuss or if you have comments on my analysis.
With everything going wrong for Ahmad Bradshaw right now, the Giants need to give rookie David Wilson more playing time at RB.
He gives the Giants a whole new spark of energy in the running game and obviously in the kick return game as well.
David Willson had 227 yards on kick returns, 100 rushing yards which turn into a total of 327 all purpose yards and scored 3 touchdowns including...
Quite an interesting first week of the fantasy playoffs, with a few key guys suffering injuries while others returned to action with varying levels of success. With teams also approaching “rest for the playoffs” or “look to next season” modes, it’s going to get a bit tricky determining who you can and can’t rely on in the upcoming weeks. It makes it of utmost importance...