Found September 19, 2012 on
St. Louis Rams
New York Giants
Struggling after the first two weeks of the fantasy season? Solid team looking for good players to stash on your bench? Either way, you should check this out.
Danny Amendola WR, St. Louis Rams – He had a huge day against the Redskins. Will he continue to get huge numbers? Well, unlike Dallas’ Kevin Ogletree, I think Amendola has a better chance of keeping it up. The Rams don’t have guys like Dez Bryant, Miles Austin, or Jason Witten to throw the ball to, too.
Brandon LaFell WR, Carolina Panthers – LaFell’s numbers are on the uprise if you look from his rookie year, and I fully expect him to surpass last season’s totals.
Andre Brown RB, New York Giants – Ahmad Bradshaw’s neck injury is a bit of a mystery. I’d go get Andre Brown if you’re desperate for a running back.
Kevin Kolb QB, Arizona Cardinals – The Cardinals are 7-1 in their last 8 games, dating back to last season. In deeper leagues, Kolb deserves at least a bench spot.
Justin Tucker K, Baltimore Ravens – He’s the top scoring
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Another week in the books for the NFL, and once again there were five players who scored a ton of fantasy points that came out of nowhere.A lot of us who play fantasy are already scouring the waiver wire in hopes of picking up someone to help their fledgling team.These five guys are going to stand out due to their Week 2 performances.But before you go making add drops take a look...
ST. LOUIS The memory remains. But it has been cut and creased and crumpled and buried deep in Danny Amendola's mind, because this is a new week and life goes on.
He dresses near his locker Wednesday at Rams Park, to the right of a flatscreen television that replayed his Week 2 performance as he scrambled for a mid-afternoon meeting two days earlier. Amendola caught 15 passes...
Sam Bradford and Danny Amendola carried the St. Louis Rams to victory over the Washington Redskins 31-28.The Washington Redskins came into St. Louis feeling really good about themselves and their trade for Robert Griffin III having knocked off the New Orleans Saints in week one, 40-32. St. Louis was not happy they lost a heart breaker to Detroit in week one 27-23.The game was marred...
The St. Louis Rams stroll into the Windy City this Sunday to face a Chicago Bears team led by Head Coach Lovie Smith, the beloved ex-defensive coordinator of the 2001 hay day St. Louis Rams. Though the St. Louis faithful remember Lovie Smith, there is a distain between these two cities that extends from both baseball and hockey rivals. This further extends to football, and should...
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The Cruddy Show broadcasted for the first time ever on a Tuesday night and reviewed the St. Louis Rams 31-28 win over the Washington Redskins.
One of the things the crew talked about was who has been the Rams MVP thus far through the first two games? The consensus was split between wide receiver Danny Amendola and...
Here are some things we know with two weeks of the 2012 NFL regular season in the books:
Danny Amendola should be owned in all leagues, PPR or not. For years the rub on Danny Amendola has been that, when healthy, he is a Wes Welker-type receiver who will catch a lot of balls but will have trouble accumulating yards after the catch or reaching pay dirt. He’s been...
WR Danny Amendola (St. Louis)
Percent owned (ESPN): 15.7%
Danny Amendola is by far Sam Bradford’s favorite target and with Bradford looking improved early in the season, expect Amendola to put up good numbers the rest of the way, until further notice. In 2 games, he’s caught 20 passes for 230 yards and a score and half been the recipient on close to half of the Rams’ receiving...
The St. Louis Rams won their home opener against the Washington Redskins. Below are the top five things that were learned during the game.Sam Bradford Is Great When HelpedSam Bradford was able to account for three touchdowns in the game against the Redskins. With a good wide receiver core, Sam can get it done. With wide receivers open and actually able to catch the ball, Bradford...