The third preseason game is the supposed dress rehearsal for the regular season, a small peek at what we might see in Week 1. The Denver Broncos started Trevor Siemian at quarterback on Saturday night against the Los Angeles Rams, and here was the first series: run, run, run, punt. Get used to that as long as Siemian is the quarterback, because the Broncos’ offense isn’t going to be very dynamic.
Los Angeles Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher (Opening remarks) “It was a short night, and an early morning. We’re not the only organization that has gone through it. That’s typically the case in the third preseason week. Now we have another challenge ahead of us, in that we’re traveling here in just a couple days. I had an opportunity to look at the tape, all three phases as I said, last night. I thought there would be some things to learn from; and they were. Also, some things to build on; and they were. I was pleased with a number of things. I thought the quarterbacks took a step forward. I thought (QB) Jared (Goff), even though the number weren’t great, I thought he did a really good job on the
September is at the doorstep which means that the official kickoff to the 2016 NFL Regular Season is right behind the corner. The following rankings are based on my fantasy value projection of all 32 NFL team’s best fantasy wide receiver (1 wide receiver per team) and should serve as a valuable fantasy resource for your draft as well as the early part of your fantasy season. DiMoro’s Call: Dez Bryant should put in one of his most productive seasons in fantasy football to date. Expect Dak Prescott to lean on him heavily until Tony Romo returns to ramp the offense up a bit. This means a lot of targets, reception opportunities and red zone chances for Bryant. The return of Green Bay Packers Jordy