With the 2019 NFL Draft now behind us, teams are now beginning to take shape and mold into what we will most likely see for the upcoming 2019-20 season. With the compensatory period coming to an end on May 8, meaning that all free agents signed after that period won’t count against compensatory picks, we could see some movement among players very soon. With several players still left on the free agency market such as Ndamukong Suh or Eric Berry, and along with trade rumors that we could possibly see come to fruition, here are ten players that we could see being picked up by a team or traded in the next month or two. Continue reading
Dale Money | April 19th, 2019
The end of the Joe Flacco era officially came to a head, in mid-February, when he was traded to the Denver Broncos for a 4th round pick. Now entering this season as the starter, Lamar Jackson knows the pressure is on, to build upon his late-season progress, where he helped lead them to a Wild Card game against the LA Chargers. This is his team now free and clear, no looking back. Continue reading
Mike Fanelli | March 7th, 2019
Now that the 2019 NFL combine is behind us, free agency is just around the corner. Every fan base will be excited or will be disappointed based on what kind of moves their team makes. Meanwhile, fantasy football players are keeping a close eye on where the top free agents land. This year’s free agency class isn’t very good offensively so there will be plenty of competition for the top players’ services. I determined the top 12 free agents (offensive guys only, no IDP names here) and picked out the best landing spot for their 2019 redraft fantasy value.
Dale Money | February 6th, 2019
The Baltimore Ravens are coming off of a 10-6 season in which they needed to rattle off 6 wins in their last 7 games, eventually overtaking a Pittsburgh Steelers team that had gone into a complete tailspin, after looking like a virtual lock to win the division. Winning the AFC North, and earning themselves a wild-card matchup with the Los Angeles Chargers, they would need a late rally just to give the Chargers a game, eventually losing 23-17. However, there is a lot to be excited about moving forward, with a fresh new quarterback and a new offensive identity.