fantasy RB

The NFL has become a passing league, but the running back position is still relevant on a fantasy roster. There may not be as many top tier RB1’s as before, but there is still enough to make your mind go in circles on draft day. Who is in a timeshare? Who is coming off of injury? What does the offense look like?

Taking all this into account, I have placed my rankings below. You will notice that my rankings differ from most, but with good reason. I look hard into the 3-year averages and look hard a the QB situation. All of these rankings are based on a 10 Team PPR league with a scoring system of 6pts per TD (passing,rushing, or receiving), 1pt per 10 yards rushing/receiving and 1pt per reception. 

I will be posting every few days by position with today being Running Backs. If you do not see a player listed it means they have hit the wall of irrelevancy. Please leave your comments and opinions here, the FB page or on Twitter…..

Running Backs
Tier 1
Le’Veon Bell Bell is the most complete back in the NFL.  2nd highest scoring RB in 2014 with 2,215 yards from scrimmage.
Jamal Charles Charles has never averaged fewer than 5.0 yards per carry, and has managed 1,000 yards rushing and 1,300 yards from scrimmage in each of his past five. Nuff said!
CJ Anderson Kubiak’s Bell Cow back…1,057 yards from scrimmage in Weeks 10-17 along with an average of 29 touches.
Eddie Lacy Green Bay’s driver of offense with 24 TD’s in 31 games. No Jordy Nelson could spell more of a running attack in Packerville.
Adrian Peterson No games in 2014. Risky pick, but HUGE reward. If anyone can come back from adversity strong it will be AP. Young offense behind Teddy on the verge of exploding.
Marshawn Lynch Beast Mode continues to be super human. Seattle lives or dies with Lynch, except on the last play of the Super Bowl. Consistency and Health make him a solid selection.
Matt Forte 102 catches last year. He is a dual threat back and the focal point on the Bears offense. John Fox is the new coach and loves to run the ball. Forte will be a top back again.
Tier 2
DeMarco Murray The Philly offense looks nasty and Murray will be a scoring machine. His yards and catches will not come close to last year, but overall he will be steady.
Jeremy Hill 10th best RB with only starting 8 games. This guy is special and knocked Bernard down to being a waterboy. Draft him in the late 1st round with confidence.
Lamar Miller  The offense is all his this year and he will produce. Jamal Charles 2k15 will show he can outlast a whole season and put up solid numbers. Could be a Top 5 back….
Lesean McCoy Tyrod Taylor is the starting QB. Fred Jackson is gone…Shady will produce!
Justin Forsett Monster 2014..At 29 he shined in an offense that made Ray Rice a star. A new contract in the offseason will lead to another fantastic year.
Tier 3
Latavius Murray Has all the talent to be a Top 5 back. Raiders have a young offense and there is a chance he is ready to explode. Not bad as a mid round pick.
Mark Ingram Great year in 2014 with an offense that gives plenty of scoring opportunities. He will be TD dependent but his a steady RB2.
Frank Gore New team same role. 3 down back in the leagues most electric offense. All signs point up for Gore. Could be a steal as a RB2.
Carlos Hyde Boom or Bust for Hyde this year. Showed a lot of promise and has the skills to make the 49ers forget about losing Gore.
Melvin Gordon Rookie RB with a ton of skill. It may take a few games, but once he hits his stride he could have a monster rookie campaign.
Chris Ivory Underrated RB on a team that will feed him the rock. The offense will be better and he is primed for a big year. Drafted late but could be a major steal.
Joseph Randle RBBC kills his value. Cowboys have no idea who to lean on and we could see a three way split. Steer clear of this situation.
Alfred Morris Redskins are in a state of disarray. I steer clear of these situations. Also a guy named Matt Jones could be a huge thorn in the side of Mr. Morris.
Rookie Sleepers
T.J. Yeldon The main guy, but until the Jaguars show they have a better offense slow your expectations.
Tevin Coleman Looks to be the main guy in Atlanta. He is an elusive runner that fits in that scheme. If he doesn’t split he could be a solid RB2.
Todd Gurley Talent is there, health right now isn’t. Time will tell when he gets on the field.

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carlos hyde

San Francisco was once considered an illustrious franchise known as the Gold Standard or Example of Excellence within the NFL. The Patriots have since taken over that title, but the 49ers still have a storied franchise that can never be forgotten about. They have had their share of fantastic running backs including, the Great Roger Craig and still active Frank Gore. Craig was the first player in NFL history to rush for at least 1,000 yards while also having 1,000 yards receiving in the same season. In the same token, Gore had a fantastic 10-year run in San Francisco, in which he ran for 11,073 yards and 64 touchdowns. With Gore being gone to Indianapolis, the questions remain to who can ultimately take over his role in 2015.

In my eyes, the 49ers already have a potential star ready to be his successor in Carlos Hyde. Selected by the 49ers with the No. 57 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft, Hyde seen limited action as a rookie, but got to see a future Hall of Famer in Gore work as a general on the field. Hyde finished the year with only 83 carries for 333 yards and four touchdowns, plus 12 receptions for 68 yards. Those numbers will definitely change in 2015.

The 49ers were in love with Carlos Hyde so much that they traded up in the 2nd round to select him as the eventual replacement to feature back Frank Gore. They out classed the Buffalo Bills and traded with Dolphins their 63 and 171 for the 57th selection. Anytime you trade 2 for 1, it most likely is a player the organization covets. Assuming that the 49ers continue to use the “bell cow” approach to the running back position as they did with Gore, Hyde should go well upward of 200 carries and have a shot to emerge as one of the best running backs in the NFL this season.

At 6’0″ and 235 pounds, Hyde has the combination of power, elusiveness and burst that is characteristic of a great running back. He is a powerful runner who doesn’t shy away from contact and routinely breaks arm-tackle attempts en route to positive yardage. According to Pro Football Focus, Hyde forced 25 missed tackles within his 83 rushing attempts last season, good for the second-best rate of attempts per missed tackle behind only Seattle Seahawks superstar Marshawn Lynch.

In Hyde you aren’t getting a big or long yardage super sprinter who is going to fill up the stat sheet with ESPN web gems. Instead you will be getting a very consistent runner who rarely gets stopped for negative yardage and keeps the chains moving on a continued basis.

Another underrated aspect of his game is the ability to become a sure handed pass catcher. He showed flashes of consistency catching the ball out of the backfield last year and the ability to make defenders miss in space. That could be a key piece to keep him on the field in passing situations, along with his development of being a solid blocker.

One of his few flaws coming into the league was his lack of field vision and feel for hitting the right running lanes. However, with a year of NFL experience under his belt, as well as more opportunities, Hyde should develop a better feel for the field in 2015. If he can do that, he has all the tools to become one of the most consistently productive runners in the league.

All in all, the 2015 season projects as though it should be a highly productive one for Hyde, and if can break off a few more big plays this season while continuing to break tackles with high frequency, a season of 1,000-plus rushing yards should be well within his reach.

Not everyone agrees that Hyde is the running back most primed for a breakout this season. People are still worried about the involvement of Reggie Bush and Kendall Hunter, especially on 3rd downs. However, with renewed field vision and his commitment to dropping more weight in the offseason to become more elusive, he should be able to hit more holes and keep those guys on the sidelines.

Ultimately, it would be a big surprise if Hyde fails to emerge as an upper-echelon running back in the league this season. With the 49ers’ new offense plans to add more stretch zone concepts into the rushing attack this season and first-year head coach Jim Tomsulas’ commitment to the run , Hyde should still be able to thrive individually as he gets his chance atop an NFL depth chart.

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divas rev

Has the state of the Divas division really changed? Is there a new direction or are they just taking a detour? Your guess is as good as mine. The only thing we know for certain is they are trying to push this division hard behind the mind of Stephanie McMahon; not to mention the constant mentions of Ronda Rousey to create a buzz in the hopes of bringing in more ratings.

Stephanie McMahon sent revolutionary shockwaves throughout the WWE Universe on Raw with the introductions of three new Divas from NXT: Becky Lynch, Charlotte and NXT Women’s Champion Sasha Banks. After months of Team Bella dominance, how have these new arrivals affected the landscape of the Divas division?

Aside from the predictable tag matches or team interference, it has been nice to see a chance going forward. The only thing that puzzles me is the stagnant crowd reaction and the lackluster action inside the ring. With the exception of Paige and Nikki Bella, these divas are well off when it comes to in ring ability. For those that have followed me on here, you already know I am an advocate for Nikki Bella. I think she has worked hard on her ability and it is showing inside the ring. Natalya is a mystery, Naomi is the second coming of Jacqueline, Alicia Fox has been a disappointment, and Tamina can’t stay healthy. I know the younger generation is here to jump-start the division, but I still think they have a long way to go.

In reality, one of the main reasons why the Divas were so popular in the earlier years was because of the uncensored stunts from week to week. In a PG syndicated show all of the excitement is non-existent. It leads us to wonder if the Diva Division will ever succeed as a Wrestling Division instead of pure eye-candy inside the squared circle.

Nonetheless, all of this month’s creativity will lead nine ladies to a match at SummerSlam. The 4 hour PPV will include the Divas champ Nikki Bella and her “Army” of sister Brie & Alicia Fox battle the recently re-christened PCB of Paige, Charlotte & Becky Lynch and Team B.A.D. of Sasha Banks,Naomi & Tamina. The trios will face off in a team elimination match to determine the winner of a month long battle.

Booking it this way also means that at the least NXT Women’s champ Banks will work double-duty on the weekend, as she’s scheduled to defend that title on Saturday at TakeOver. It also means Nikki inches closer to the longest Divas title reign of all-time, since the team warfare has taken the focus off of her defending the belt. It was reported months ago that creative had chosen her to break the record held by AJ Lee and after SummerSlam she will be well on her way.

Is this what we all had in mind when Lynch, Charlotte and The Boss stormed Raw last month? Do you think they can survive on the top roster? Will this just be another failed experiment for the Divas division? There are many questions to be answered and it will take more than a month to get the proper explanations. Until then everything remains up in the air.

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nfl qbs

As we have witnessed the injuries of Kelvin Benjamin and Jordy Nelson, it has served as a friendly reminder that the later you draft, the better. Ideally, you want to wait until at least the second round of preseason games in order to take account early injuries and depth chart movement. By the end of this weekend all attention will be placed on week 1 and draft boards will be finalized.

Taking all this into account, I decided to place my rankings out ahead of the game. You will notice that my rankings differ from most, but with good reason. I look hard into the 3-year averages and do not account for touchdowns. Touchdowns are a bonus and something you cannot count on with consistency. All of these rankings are based on a 10 Team PPR league with a scoring system of 6pts per TD (passing,rushing, or receiving), 1pt per 10 yards rushing/receiving and 1pt per 20 yards passing. 

I will be posting every few days by position with today being Quarterbacks. If you do not see a player listed it means they have hit the wall of irrelevancy. Please leave your comments and opinions here, the FB page or on Twitter…..

Quarterbacks
Tier 1  
Andrew Luck 2014 Fantasy Player of the Year……More Weapons this year makes him just as valuable.
Aaron Rodgers Rodgers is the ultimate field general and has an offense built around him. Jordy Nelson has been lost with an ACL, but Eddie Lacy has just come into form.
Peyton Manning Rumors of declining arm strength were concerning, but new head coach Gary Kubiak will bring a new commitment to the run and take the attention off one of the games greatest players.
Tier 2
Drew Brees Brees passed for a silent 4,952 yards last year and shall have no problem attempting over 500 passes and eclipsing 30 TD’s….He’s still got it!
Russell Wilson 2014 Breakout year with 849 yds rushing. Add now a receiving threat like Jimmy Graham, we could be talking huge year in 2015!
Ben Roethlisberger Back to Back 4,000+ years and a very young offensive core all adds up to another big season for Big Ben.
Tom Brady  Suspension or not, this guy remains  top QB. 33TD’s and only 9 Int’s are quality numbers for your starting QB.
Matt Ryan Very underrated QB who has a chance to finish in the Top 3. Close to 4700 yds last year and a stud like Julio Jones bodes well for the lead Falcon.
Tony Romo He was protected by a great running game and great o-line. Can he repeat without Murray? His back is as fragile as a rebuilt fossil, so protection is a must!
Matthew Stafford Inconsistent is the mark of his career. It’s like riding a wicked roller coaster that never ends.
Eli Manning Quietly had an excellent season. Beckham and Cruz could equal big numbers for Peyton’s baby brother.
Tier 3 
Cam Newton The man with the S on his chest will have to save the world. Kelvin Benjamin goes down for the year and now it all rests on Cam.
Ryan Tannehill Came on strong last year. Has improved by 10% each of his 3 years. This is a QB1 in the making.
Philip Rivers New Extension, new security. Rivers is as steady as they come. Put him in and let him produce.
Sam Bradford If he stays healthy a line of 4500 yds and 30 TD’s is not far off base. Healthy is the big question?
Teddy Bridgewater This guy has the chance to be special. A healthy AP and nice young WR core could rise him into the Top 10 by season’s end.
Tier 4
Derek Carr Really like what Oakland is doing and Carr has a real chance to be consistently productive.
Andy Dalton If you gave Tom Brady receivers like Green and Sano the sky would be the limit. Just saying.
Colin Kapernick This guy has all the tools, but how many years are we going to wait for him to use them?
Jay Cutler New Front Office, New Coaches….Can anyone help Jay? His stats go up and down more than the stock market.
Carson Palmer ACL comeback story of the year? Good training camp, but still on the wrong side of 30.
Joe Flacco Calm, Cool and Consistent. Ever seen this guy rattled?
Nick Foles Can he repeat what he did in 2013? You may have a better chance of seeing Geno Smith in Celebrity Death-match.
Marcus Mariota Has a chance to produce some really good games. Could be talking about him as a QB1 in 2016.
RGIII Best in the Game? C’mon Robert….Sounds like someone has been hanging out with Ricky Williams in the off-season.

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Fantasy Football is right around the corner and the questions continue to be asked. What is the right league for me to join? Who should I draft? Who should I target? When do leagues start? When do they end?

* #JordyNelson tears is ACL…What WR moves up the draft board?

* #JulioJones remains a top WR1 with huge numbers…Is he underrated?

* #DemarcoMurray finally sees preseason action…Will he still be a RB1?

* #SammyWatkins had an inconsistent rookie season. Can he rebound this year?

* #AntonioBrown top WR in draft…..Who rounds out Top 5?

* #LeveonBell top RB in draft….Who rounds out Top 5?

* #AndrewLuck top QB in draft….Who rounds out Top 5?

* #PeytonManning shows good in preseason….Will he be drafted as elite?

* Who are some of this years’ Top Sleepers? Top Stiffs?

***Look for the upcoming 2015 Fantasy Football Preview and the always popular Stars and Stiffs Weekly Report beginning in September!!!!

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davante

Entering the NFL as a wide receiver is typically a difficult thing to do. With all the intricate details of what goes along with a first year player, locking down a repetitive routine isn’t an easy thing to do. The game of football inside the NFL is a faster paced style than that of college. This is one of the main reasons why rookies have a hard time adjusting in their first few years.

During the 2014 season, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams didn’t fill up the stat sheet like fellow rookie receiver Odell Beckham Jr., but he showed some flashes and samples of what his talent could turn into behind the electric skills of Aaron Rodgers. Adams finished the year with 38 receptions, 446 yards, and 3 touchdowns in a limited role, but now could shine in his second year.

He is undoubtedly a fit for the Packers’ offensive scheme and has drawn high praise from Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for his athletic ability, study habits and overall development. At 6’1″, 212 pounds, his leaping ability and playmaking skills are on par with any receiver in the game.

Consistency was his Achilles heel in 2014, but breaking down some film showed his effortless ability to release off the line and run precise routes in the middle of traffic. One of the main reasons is his acceleration. Adams has underestimated speed, along with a long stride that makes him nearly impossible to defend on a slant. As an added bonus, he has shown the footwork to get off the line against press coverage. This is always a key point in the development of any young receiver.

We expect the numbers and the overall production on the field to increase for most second year players because the game begins to slow down. That allows these guys to process information quicker, recognize schemes and play a much faster brand of football because they trust their technique.

While Adams doesn’t have top-tier long speed, it is underestimated like I mentioned above, which allows him to show the change-of-direction ability to cut down angles in the open field. In the Packers system McCarthy can use personnel and alignment with Adams to expose zone coverages.

Add that to the favorable matchups Adams is going to draw when lining up alongside Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb in the Packers’ three-wide receiver personnel, and I see a player who is primed to have a breakout season in 2015.He might not have the numbers of an Odell Beckham Jr. this upcoming season, but given the Packers’ explosive West Coast Offense, he will be a consistent player throughout the year!

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chip

The name Chip Kelly has been headline news for weeks now. Does Chip Kelly have a race problem? Is he looking to change the culture of the NFL?

Everybody seems to have an opinion on Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Chip Kelly and how he relates to his players. The problem is not everybody has coached in both the NFL and at the highest levels of the NCAA. Does that make their opinion any less than another? Do you have to be a national expert to weigh in on what you think goes on inside the mind of Chip? 

Let me start of by saying I am a Chip believer. Now, this is not to say I am fully engulfed in all of his methods, but instead to be meant as an explanation of why I think his methods can work. Chip Kelly is not trying to reinvent the NFL. Instead, he is just trying to implement his system that was successful in the College ranks. We are talking about a head coach who has taken the NFL by storm with 20 wins in his first 2 years in charge. This is something that is not easy to accomplish. 

His first two years have been interesting, but nothing can compare to the beginning of year three. A year where we have seen a major overhaul of an already talented roster and a few moves that have left everyone hoping Chip isn’t still reliving his day as a fantasy football genius. There are many reasons to call him crazy or disoriented for some of his off-season moves, but to label him a racist is something I have a hard time agreeing with. 

We have already seen the arguments and comments regarding Desean Jackson and Lesean McCoy, but now we are dealing with the departure of Brandon Boykin. Let’s face it, Desean Jackson is a player with extraordinary talent, but wasn’t worth the baggage he came with in the eyes of Chip. All you need to do is take a glimpse at his latest reality show to see his true colors. Next up Lesean McCoy and an all out twitter invitation to attend a ladies only private party. Hmm…I think I am just going to leave it at that. Lesean was the one who got the whole racist debate going and from there it has grown into a national phenomenon. These are two guys in their prime that posses exceptional talent, but they weren’t the type of teammates Chip wanted for his future roster. 

The latest was Nickel corner Brandon Boykin who has been traded to the Pittsburgh Steelers for a conditional 4th or 5th round draft choice. After the news broke the he had been traded, he reacted by insinuating that this was another racist move. However, he later redefined his comments by saying, “I’m not saying he’s a racist at all. That’s not what I said. When you’re a player you want to be able to relate to your coach,” Boykin said. No matter what the issue is, outside of football. When not talking football scheme, I want to be able to sit there and talk to you about whatever. There were times where he just wouldn’t talk to people. You would walk down the hallway and he wouldn’t say anything to you. I don’t know what that is. I’m not saying he’s a racist in anyway. As a player, I just wanted to be able to relate to my coach a little bit better.” 

So now it seems that Chip Kelly is probably not a racist, but instead disconnected or socially awkward. If this is indeed the case, will this have a negative effect on the locker room? Will any of this matter if this team will be successful? 

My whole stance on the issue is that I find it hard to believe we would have a racist Head Coach in the NFL in the year 2015. Do I think it could be possible if kept under wraps? Sure! However, I do not think this is the case with Chip, but do feel this issue would not have as many legs if Riley Cooper was not a part of this team. It is really hard to get behind a move that paid a barley average Caucasian receiver a lucrative contract after the he blurted out the words heard around the world and disrespected the African American community. Did he repent? Yes he did. But the reason to go above and beyond to keep him on the roster continues to be a head scratcher. Was Chip trying to act as a players coach and show he was sympathetic? Either way it wasn’t a smart PR move or one that could have made this situation somewhat avoidable. 

As I continue to look at the entire landscape, there is very little doubt that these are all culture based moves to bring the roster up to his level. He is taking all of the heat for these moves and will be on the hot seat if they do not pan out. Chip Kelly came to the NFL to prove his system and methods could work at this level. Time will only tell if he will be a mainstay in the NFL coaching ranks or if he will go back to College in order to rebuild his prestige! 

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* #frankgifford, Pro Football Hall of Famer passes away…His iconic presence was integral to the growth and popularity of the modern NFL

* #romanreigns hit with briefcase….Are wrestling stars susceptible to harm?

* #davidprice trade pays huge dividends…How as he helped the Blue Jays?

* #aldonsmith in trouble with the law….Is this another black eye for the NFL?

* #russellwilson and #jimmygraham…New NFL Fantastic duo?

* #sting to return at #wwe #summerslam?…Is this needed for a 4 hour success?

* #dezbryant suffers a hamstring injury….Does this hurt his fantasy draft status?

* #dougmartin wows #tampabay training camp…Is he still a reliable RB2 in 2015?

* Who is this year’s top overall fantasy pick? #adrianpeterson or #leveonbell?

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  • #tombrady suspension is upheld….Will his legacy be forever tarnished?
  • #rondarousey dominance continues….Is it too early to be talking GOAT?
  • #roddypiper dead at 61…..Too many WWE legends lost this year!
  • #colehamels, #tulo highlight this year’s #MLB deadline deals…Grades?
  • #russellwilson breaks the bank….Is $87.6 million overpaid?
  • #NFL training camp starts….What are the top stories and battles?
  • #chipkelly being viewed as a racist….Over reaction or real deal?

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  • Who is Fantasy’s Top Sleeper QB?…..#sambradford, #elimanning, #teddybridgewater
  • Who is Fantasy’s Top Sleeper WR?….#jordanmatthews, #victorcruz, #jarvislandry
  • Who is Fantasy’s Top Sleeper RB?…#cjspiller, #toddgurley, #lataviusmurray, #melvingordon
  • What Rookie WR will standout this year?…#kevinwhite, #amaricooper, #nelsonagholor
  • Is #marshawnlynch overvalued as a RB1?
  • What to look at in the preseason? How do you judge players on limited snaps?
  • Will #RGIII ever be fantasy relevant again?
  • 2015 Fantasy Football drafts have begun….When is it too early to draft?

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