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Cardinals Mailbag: Coping with Auto-Pick In Your Fantasy Draft

This week, we tackle a question most people have in fantasy drafts. There seems to be that one player who can’t make the draft or maybe has issues with their internet connection and they are put on auto-pick. How do you change your draft strategy with people on auto-pick? –David in Mesa Great question David and we have a slick answer to it. Before we dive in, there are entire...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
August 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football: 5 No. 2 Wide Receivers To Draft

*The following fantasy football article is based on PPR -- point per reception -- scoring, as will all my article be, for I am The PPR Monster!*There are plenty of great wide receivers in the league today, and thanks to teams airing the ball out more and more, the depth at the receiver position in fantasy leagues is at an all time high. The old drafting strategy of running back/running...
Via Football Nation
May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Updated Shaqquan Aaron Highlights

Brian Murphy – MaxPreps.com Seattle native Shaqquan Aaron is one of five signees that Rick Pitino has locked in for the 2014 class. Aaron has been committed to the Louisville program for a year now and according to 247Sports.com, he’s the highest rated of the group. Aaron is having a sensational season at Rainer Beach High School, the same prep program that produced former Louisville...
Via The Cardinal Connect
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

WR Rankings – Week Fourteen

WR Rankings – Week Fourteen Josh Gordon has cemented himself as a top-15 WR talent in the league and is actually leading the NFL in receiving yards per game and in 2nd in the NFL in total receiving yards despite missing the first two games of the season with a suspension. Gordon entered the NFL record books last week with his second consecutive 200 yard receiving game becoming...
Via Win My Fantasy League
December 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football: Week 6 start ‘em sit ‘em WRs

Start Vincent Jackson vs. Eagles. The Eagles are allowing a league-high 1207 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns to opposing wide-outs. I know that the Buccs are working with a fresh, rookie QB but they have shown that they have faith in him after severing ties with Freeman. Both Jackson and Mike Williams are good fantasy starts assuming they are both healthy. Start DeAndre Hopkins...
Via Sports Injury Alert
October 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football: Week 6 start 'em sit 'em WRs

Start Vincent Jackson vs. Eagles. The Eagles are allowing a league-high 1207 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns to opposing wide-outs. I know that the Buccs are working with a fresh, rookie QB but they have shown that they have faith in him after severing ties with Freeman. Both Jackson and Mike Williams are good fantasy starts assuming they are both healthy.Start DeAndre Hopkins...
Via NFL Injury Report
October 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Louisville gets another 2014 commit

It came out mid day yesterday that Rainier Beach (Seattle, Washington) guard/forward Shaqquan Aaron would verbally commit somewhere during the night.  Aaron also had offers from Arizona, California, Colorado, and Arizona State.  He was also gaining interest from Syracuse and UCLA.  Many people felt confident that he was going to commit to Louisville because he had just came...
Via StraitPinkie.com
February 17, 2013  |  Discuss

MU puts together top 5 DEFENSIVE effort, allowing only 63 points on 74 trips to beat Louisville

I was bit stunned before writing the previous post to see that Marquette had actually played better defense than offense this year (by a hair) based on the ultimate measure - how many points per trip down the court do you allow? (see www.kenpom.com).Well, the come from behind win against Louisville was even better defense, as MU allowed only 63 points on 74 trips down the court to...
Via Cracked Sidewalks
January 16, 2012  |  Discuss
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