Jacksonville’s potential Fantasy Football draft picks

For years now, no one in their right mind would even think to draft a single Jacksonville Jaguars player outside RB Maurice Jones-Drew, now with Oakland,  maybe K Josh Scobee and perhaps a late round flyer in a 16 team league on TE Marcedes Lewis. Even when there was a player that had a good season, you could claim that player off the waiver wire and then have them for the few weeks that the Jags caught a little bit of a fire.…

Johnny Manziel will fail in the NFL

If an NFL quarterback does not take his play serious enough, he will not make it to the next level. For that reason and many more, Johnny Manziel will fail in the NFL.

Manziel has to be one of the most-immature players to enter the NFL in years. His lack of discipline will be what brings all of his talent and potential crashing to the ground. He will fail not just for his lack of discipline, but also for his size.…

Zach Ertz: A must draft for Fantasy Football

I think the headline speaks for itself. I’m done here. No, wait, don’t click on something else yet. I have more. Much like my article touting Kyle Rudolph as worth a spot on your fantasy team, so will this one about another tight-end, Zach Ertz. Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach Chip Kelly stated early during camp that he plans to “use him all over the place.” You may already be aware of this, but if Coach Chips Ahoy’s offensive prowess has shown us anything, it’s that the team will score points.…

Lamar Miller: 2014 Fantasy Sleeper

When the former starting running back in Denver moved over to the Miami Dolphins a number of critics saw Lamar Miller’s chances at becoming a star decrease. But Knowshon Moreno has been dealing with injuries this offseason, and Miller has taken advantage, showing off skills similar to Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard during the late parts of last season and training camp this year.

Miller has the capability to break plays open and runaway from defenders.…

Jay Cutler will never live up to his bloated contract

After the Chicago Bears first couple of preseason games, the talk has been about how great Jay Cutler has been. That’s all fine and dandy. Jay Cutler has proven he can lead his team to scoring points, as well as making a mockery of the quarterback position. He has never been consistent, and there is no way Jay Cutler will ever live up to his bloated contract.

In early January of this year, the Bears signed Jay Cutler to a seven-year, $126 million deal which left him as the sixth highest paid quarterback in the league behind Aaron Rodgers, Matt Ryan, Joe Flacco, Drew Brees and Peyton Manning.…

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