Dennis Pitta and Niles Paul are getting a lot of love in fantasy circles this week and both of them are in the top five of my tight end PPR projections this week.
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Of all the weeks for Vernon Davis to be questionable.
Cleveland was horrible against opposing tight ends last season, which is not something Browns fans want to think about with Jimmy Graham coming to town this week.
[THESE RANKINGS HAVE BEEN UPDATED] I gave fair warning in each set of projections I’ve posted so far, but maybe you’re starting with this one. Maybe you drafted Jimmy Graham and Vernon Davis and you’re debating whether you should start both of them — you should really consider it because each of them have a near [...]
I could spend a lot of time rambling on about delays and work and Christmas shopping. But it’s championship weekend in standard leagues and probably the last week we’ll see some NFL starters in the lineup for a weekend with a full regular season slate of games.
Welcome back everyone for another year of fantasy football contests. That’s right, we have two contests running. A salary cap league at www.yahoo.com and the perfect lineup contest at www.nfl.com. We have 11 teams in the Yahoo league so we’re going to start there this week, where Denver2426 spent all but .36 of his $100 [...]