Man in a box: NFC backfield options
I like quarterbacks. No, not like a head cheerleader likes quarterbacks. I love the feeling when the QB that I've drafted goes off for 350-plus yards with four or five TDs. The piece of mind that comes with drafting a surefire stud like
Now that we've got my man-love for quarterbacks out of the way, let's take a look at just where to find those running backs that you can rely on. Last week we tackled the AFC, so this week we'll travel around the NFC. Like last week we'll identify the primary RB, the red zone RB, the best handcuff, and share some thoughts on each team.
This time of year always reminds me of just how long the baseball season is. It helps reinforce the lesson that you just need to stick with the best players and stop trying to ride hot streaks. As fantasy owners we spend the early season trying to be Nostradamus, but most of the time it turns out to be Nostradumbass. Think I'm joking? How valuable was
My point is not to knock Heyward. It's to stress that baseball is a different beast from football. I get tens of email each week asking if owners should bench
Check back next week when we'll try to make sense of the latest news coming out of NFL training camps.