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The Fan Fantasy Football Show is back! Join fantasy football expert and Dispatch writer Jeff “Tito” Thitoff and Carpenter & Hall’s Tim Hall beginning Sunday July 14th as they provide expert analysis on managing your fantasy players, letting you know who to draft, who to trade and setting you up with all the latest scouting and injury reports. Check out The Fan Fantasy blog throughout the week for roster tips and the latest fantasy player rankings. Win your fantasy league’s Lombardi Trophy this year!
This is very preliminary, because we still need to see workouts, the combine and where the players end up. That being said, these are the most intriguing players. 1. Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State. He came out and
Let’s clear this up first – unless this off-field incident turns out to be a very ugly mark for Shady McCoy, he will be the main back in Buffalo in 2016. Not because he is the best
Marshawn Lynch tweeted out a photo of his cleats hanging in the air…supposedly, his way of saying he is hanging them up and retiring from the NFL. He should. Seattle shouldn’t want him back. He’s way too
They both were drafted early in the 2015 fantasy drafts. Both had tremendous weapons and resumes that warranted #1 QB status. And then the injuries came. Often. Tony Romo and Andrew Luck will bounce back in 2016,
Calvin Johnson’s alleged, pending retirement will leave a hole in the Lions’ receiver talent. Could Alshon Jeffery fill that void? Doug Martin ran for 1,402 yards and scored six times on the ground and added 271 receiving
Calvin Johnson is one of the greatest wide receivers of his era. At 6’5, 237 pounds, number 81 has been nearly impossible to cover. In nine seasons, he has 731 receptions for 11,619 yards and 84 touchdowns.
Loved Jonathan Stewart this year. Took the reins in Carolina and – even though he missed three games – nearly cracked 1,000 yards on the ground and scored seven touchdowns. Based on his averages this year, a
Most of the talk of young QBs has centered around 2015 rookies Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota – but don’t forget the “aged” Blake Bortles and Derek Carr. Bortles has an underrated receiving corps and a solid
Adrian Peterson led the NFL in touches for the 2015 season with 357. ADP is 30, putting him in elite company. Only six other running backs have had that many touches at age 30 or older. Walter
In the previous three parts of this exercise, I rolled out the touch totals from 2012, 2013 and 2014 – and compared the results of the following year’s performances by top-touch backs. What did it show? That
In this four-part series, we’re going to look at running backs with the most touches (rushes + receptions) over the last several years and how they were impacted the following season. Here we will take a look
In this four-part series, we’re going to look at running backs with the most touches (rushes + receptions) over the last several years and how they were impacted the following season. Here’s a look at the 2013
In this four-part series, we’re going to look at running backs with the most touches (rushes + receptions) over the last several years and how they were impacted the following season. We’ll begin with the 2012 touch
Antonio Brown Julio Jones Odell Beckham Jr. DeAndre Hopkins J. Green Amari Cooper Dez Bryant Allen Robinson Mike Evans Alshon Jeffery Jordy Nelson Jeremy Maclin Keenan Allen Calvin Johnson Brandin Cooks Sammy Watkins Brandon Marshall Demaryius Thomas
Le’Veon Bell Todd Gurley Doug Martin David Johnson Jamaal Charles Devonta Freeman Thomas Rawls Adrian Peterson J. Yeldon Latavius Murray Mark Ingram Jonathan Stewart Arian Foster Lamar Miller LeSean McCoy Carlos Hyde Jeremy Langford Eddie Lacy DeMarco
Cam Newton Ben Roethlisberger Russell Wilson Tom Brady Aaron Rodgers Carson Palmer Andrew Luck Drew Brees Derek Carr Matthew Stafford Tony Romo Jameis Winston Blake Bortles Tyrod Taylor Andy Dalton Matt Ryan Marcus Mariota Philip Rivers Eli
QUARTERBACKS Cam Newton Tom Brady Ben Roethlisberger Russell Wilson Carson Palmer Drew Brees Eli Manning Blake Bortles Matt Ryan Matthew Stafford Ryan Fitzpatrick Aaron Rodgers Alex Smith Brian Hoyer Philip Rivers Tyrod Taylor Jameis Winston Brock Osweiler
QUARTERBACKS Cam Newton Ben Roethlisberger Russell Wilson Tom Brady Blake Bortles Aaron Rodgers Carson Palmer Matthew Stafford Derek Carr Drew Brees Eli Manning Ryan Fitzpatrick Tyrod Taylor Kirk Cousins Philip Rivers Matt Ryan Alex Smith Jameis Winston
QUARTERBACKS 1. Cam Newton 2. Russell Wilson 3. Tom Brady 4. Aaron Rodgers 5. Matthew Stafford 6. Carson Palmer 7. Drew Brees 8. Blake Bortles 9. Ben Roethlisberger 10. Ryan Fitzpatrick 11. Eli Manning 12. Derek Carr
QUARTERBACKS 1. Cam Newton 2. Tom Brady 3. Carson Palmer 4. Ben Roethlisberger 5. Aaron Rodgers 6. Russell Wilson 7. Eli Manning 8. Blake Bortles 9. Drew Brees 10. Andy Dalton 11. Jameis Winston 11. Tyrod Taylor
QUARTERBACKS 1. Cam Newton 2. Tom Brady 3. Ben Roethlisberger 4. Andy Dalton 5. Carson Palmer 6. Matthew Stafford 7. Aaron Rodgers 8. Eli Manning 9. Russell Wilson 10. Drew Brees 11. Derek Carr 12. Jay Cutler
QUARTERBACKS 1. Cam Newton 2. Carson Palmer 3. Aaron Rodgers 4. Tom Brady 5. Matthew Stafford 6. Eli Manning 7. Drew Brees 8. Ben Roethlisberger 9. Derek Carr 10. Tony Romo 11. Matt Ryan 12. Jameis
QUARTERBACKS 1. Tom Brady 2. Cam Newton 3. Philip Rivers 4. Matt Ryan 5. Aaron Rodgers 6. Derek Carr 7. Carson Palmer 8. Tony Romo 9. Andy Dalton 10. Blake Bortles 11. Matthew Stafford 12. Marcus Mariota
QUARTERBACKS 1. Tom Brady 2. Drew Brees 3. Aaron Rodgers 4. Cam Newton 5. Carson Palmer 6. Andy Dalton 7. Derek Carr 8. Blake Bortles 9. Eli Manning 10. Peyton Manning 11. Joe Flacco 11. Russell Wilson
QUARTERBACKS 1. Tom Brady 2. Aaron Rodgers 3. Philip Rivers 4. Drew Brees 5. Ben Roethlisberger 6. Cam Newton 7. Matt Ryan 8. Andy Dalton 9. Peyton Manning 10. Andrew Luck 11. Derek Carr 12. Eli Manning
QUARTERBACKS 1. Tom Brady 2. Aaron Rodgers 3. Philip Rivers 4. Matt Ryan 5. Cam Newton 6. Carson Palmer 7. Andrew Luck 8. Ben Roethlisberger 9. Matthew Stafford 10. Drew Brees 11. Andy Dalton 12. Ryan Tannehill
TIGHT ENDS 1. Rob Gronkowski 2. Greg Olsen 3. Antonio Gates 4. Juluis Thomas 5. Gary Barnidge 6. Travis Kelce 7. Jordan Reed 8. Jimmy Graham 9. Jason Witten 10. Benjamin Watson 11. Charles Clay 12. Delanie
1. DeAndre Hopkins 2. Antonio Brown 3. Keenan Allen 4. Julio Jones 5. Calvin Johnson 6. Odell Beckham Jr. 7. Brandon Marshall 8. T.Y. Hilton 9. Larry Fitzgerald 10. Amari Cooper 11. Allen Robinson 12. Jeremy Maclin
1. Todd Gurley 2. Le’Veon Bell 3. DeVonta Freeman 4. Arian Foster 5. Adrian Peterson 6. Chris Ivory 7. Lamar Miller 8. Latavius Murray 9. Doug M artin 10. Marshawn Lynch 11. Mark Ingram 12. LeSean McCoy
1. Andrew Luck 2. Philip Rivers 3. Tom Brady 4. Carson Palmer 5. Matt Ryan 6. Cam Newton 7. Drew Brees 8. Russell Wilson 9. Blake Bortles 10. Ryan Tannehill 11. Matthew Stafford 12. Eli Manning 13.
TIGHT ENDS 1. Rob Gronkowski 2. Antonio Gates 3. Greg Olsen 4. Travis Kelce 5. Martellus Bennett 6. Tyler Eifert 7. Julius Thomas 8. Jimmy Graham 9. Gary Barnidge 10. Charles Clay 11. Richard Rodgers 12. Delanie