With the large amount of rookie quarterback success in 2012, with names like Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, there are several young players in Miami that should not be overlooked, one of them is 2nd year quarterback Ryan Tannehill. I will admit that I didn’t know much about Ryan Tannehill until I watched an episode of “Hard Knocks” starting the Dolphins in mini-camp. Not sure if I’m more embarrassed about not knowing much about him at that point or that I was actually watching the HBO series. Anyway the show basically portrayed Tannehill as a talented but arrogant 1st round draft pick, who was fighting veteran David Garrard and Matt Moore for a job that was basically his. There was speculation after the draft that he might not even play due to a hold out on his contract…wait, a holdout for a rookie? Yes it was true and probably where he gets the arrogant and cocky label from, well that and a hot girlfriend. Don’t believe me? Google it… Well now that I have distracted all the readers and are probably no longer reading we are going to take a look Tannehill’s 2012 season and how it compared to some of the other rookies with the hope that we can apply it to his 2013 and future potential as what we all hope will be the next Dolphin’s franchise quarterback.Please, blog, may I have some more?
As you get further and further down the receiver rankings you start seeing guys who will be battling in preseason for starting jobs, which makes this list somewhat tentative. I will update it as events unfold. Check out 1-55 here. No really, if you move that little arrow over the word “here” and press on […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Tight ends are barely above kickers and defenses on my fantasy totem, but that is more because of the need to only start one. With tight ends becoming more and more offensive, I don’t see any reason not to make 2 TE leagues more prevalent. That will be my goal next season, to join a […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
If dynasty teams subsisted on illegal drugs: Uppers Joe Flacco: His stock has risen substantially with the acquisition of Anquan Boldin and the reupping of Derrick “old man” Mason. Donte Stallworth could prove to be helpful as well, but I’m reserving judgment for now. Also having one of the top pass catching running backs in […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
The best wide receivers usually stay that way, thankfully, but us fantasy footballers have to roster quite a few wide receivers which means we have to grab value late. Here are the first 55. As you go down the list the players get more iffy as to the role they will play. Preseason will shake […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Running back is the most volatile position and in dynasty leagues that can be scary. As soon as a back reaches 30 they are sent off in a space ship to Vorgon 7, so you must draft some youngsters and then some youngster back-ups and then some 15 year old prodigy types. A trade or […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
I’m not going to give any long winded diatribes on the greatness or not-so-greatness of each player. You’ll have to wait on that as we go through our 2010 redraft rankings. I’m giving you dynasty rankings here. Always, and I mean always draft J.R. first. Those numbers after their names are how old they’ll be […]Please, blog, may I have some more?