Jan 25

2014 NFL Season Review: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Touches, Targets and Team Summary

Inconsistent play from Josh McCown and Mike Glennon led to capped production in Tampa this year (Photo: Getty Images).

The chief reason we’ll all be watching camp, and that is the presumed selection of Oregon QB Marcus Mariotta by the Bucs with their #1 draft choice. When contemplating the receivers, and even the run game, again we’ll want to count on improved play from the QB position before feeling truly warm and fuzzy about anyone with the Bucs.

Jan 24

2014 NFL Season Review: Cincinnati Bengals Touches, Targets and Team Summary

With Hue Jackson at the helm the Cincinnati offense was driven by Giovani Bernard and Jeremy Hill (Photo: Paul Sancya/Associated Press).

Throughout the month of January we’ve been rolling out a thorough review on touch, target and workload data from all 32 NFL teams in an effort to paint a complete picture of the 2014 fantasy football season and turn our attention to what things like (in the early part of the offseason) for 2015. Much …

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Jan 23

2014 NFL Season Review: Green Bay Packers Touches, Targets and Team Summary

Eddie Lacy continued to run hard, while more efficiently in his second season (Photo:  Rick Wood/The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel).

Here you have your Packers, with a 91 catch 12 TD receiver potentially heading out the door and no one in the building or the fantasy community particularly worried about it. Adams may not replicate Cobb’s numbers in year two, but he’ll certainly be a fantasy contributor whether he steps into that #2 spot on the depth chart or not while Cobb’s landing spot will go a long way to determining whether he’s a high end WR1 or he’s more on the 1/2 border for 2015. In any event, you’ll be drafting lots of Packers next year just as you did in 2015.

Jan 22

2014 NFL Season Review: San Francisco 49ers Touches, Targets and Team Summary

Frank Gore finished strong in 2014, but the fact remains he likely is finished indeed in San Francisco (Photo: Christian Petersen/Getty Images North America).

In reality, the fantasy production of whomever San Francisco is relying on in the passing game hinges on the development of their young QB. Kaepernick’s completion percentage was up a couple of points to 60.5%, but his 7.0 YPA was down from 7.7 a year ago and a 19:10 TD:INT ratio won’t pay the fantasy bills. The team can help by giving him weapons to work with (and using the one’s that they have) but while the man at the top has changed, I wouldn’t expect the offensive identity to be much different. Invest in Boldin again as a WR3 but San Fran’s fantasy intrigue next season lies solely int eh run game.

Jan 21

2014 NFL Season Review: Pittsburgh Steelers Touches, Targets and Team Summary

Expect Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown to give Steelers fans and fantasy owners alike plenty to cheer about next year (Photo: Justin K. Aller/Getty Images North America).

Summarizing the Steelers is a fairly straightforward process. They were consistent at the top of each position and their production was heavily weighted through two players. Sure, strong compliments to Antonio Brown emerged in the passing game but the receiving game was his show again in 2014, and the backfield work belonged almost exclusively to Le’Veon Bell.

Jan 20

2015 Fantasy Baseball Overall Rankings

Soon to be joined by other staff, our Chris Meaney shares his early 2015 MLB ranks. 2015 Fantasy Baseball Overall Rankings Fantasy Baseball Rankings powered by FantasyPros Summary…   The Fantasy Baseball season is fast approaching and with the football season just about over it’s time to turn our attention to the diamond. Starting first …

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Jan 20

2014 NFL Season Review: Baltimore Ravens Touches, Targets and Team Summary

As it stands now, Torrey Smith and his dad might both be looking for new homes next year (Photo: Getty Images).

Who will be calling the plays? How will the team react? What roles will veteran and young stars play? All of that remains to be seen with more than 3000 yards of offense hitting free agency in the form of Forsett and a pair of Smiths. In my mind, one thing is certain: I wouldn’t pay for a repeat of Torrey’s 11 scores, Steve’s 1000 yards or Forsett’s 278 touches/1500 yards regardless of where they end up.

Jan 19

Week 15 Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire; Colin Wilson

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire Week 15 of the Fantasy Hockey season – we’re at the halfway point of the NHL schedule already as the Columbus Blue Jackets host the All-Star game this weekend. For most it’s a break from fake hockey for a few days, for others it’s still pedal to the metal. Besides, All-Star …

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