Trent Lone Skins Pro Bowl Rep

The National Football League announced today that tackle Trent Williams has been selected to the 2015 Pro Bowl. In addition, linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and running back Alfred Morris were selected as alternates. Williams’ selection is the third of his career and his third consecutive selection since 2012. His selection this season is the 16th by a Redskins offensive tackle since...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Week 13 bullet points for RBs

Editor's note: Our bullet point articles are written to better explain our weekly rankings, which you can find here. Week 13 is of the most important weeks of the year for fantasy owners. All the players who compelled you to draft them are finally going to make or break your season. Some of you will leave footmarks on your ceiling at the conclusion of Week...
Via Fantasy Football Helpers
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Redskins news that should not be news: Griffin, Morris, Gruden, Snyder edition

Albert Breer tweets that Robert Griffin III will start for the Redskins against the Colts. That is not news. What is noteworthy are responses to Breer’s tweet. They are universally negative, except that one that says the NFL is trying to ban a supplement that PROVIDES INSANE RESULTS. Redskins coach Jay Gruden repeats what he said in San Francisco — Robert Griffin III will start...
Via Redskins Hog Heaven
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns Preseason Game 2: Winners and Losers

Oof. Entering Monday night the quarterback competition was really up for grabs, and unfortunately for Browns fans, neither quarterback took the opportunity to win the job. You know the drill. It’s time for winners and losers. WINNER: Armonty Bryant. The Michael Lombardi 7th round gamble is having as good a showing in these preseason games as anyone. Bryant earned some time with...
Via Waiting For Next Year
August 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Are running backs becoming extinct?

We should have gotten the clue when fullbacks starting dying out a decade ago. But we really didn't.  The last time we had a running back taken with the first or second pick of the NFL draft, it was 2006. That year, 23 backs ran for 1,000 yards. In 2013, only 13 backs were able to hit that plateau, which is the lowest total this century and a 43 percent drop off from that '05...
Via This Given Sunday
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Dynasty Prospects: The Senior Bowl Review

The Senior Bowl is typically a key part in the draft evaluation process for all 32 NFL teams. However, it is merely just one piece of the puzzle, with the combine and pro-days looming. This game isn’t the crux of the process. For us dynasty leaguers, evaluating the Senior Bowl should be no different. Lest we forget Senior Bowl’s of the past that saw future NFL studs duds such...
Via Razzball Football
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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