No. 1234567 89101112 When it comes to Fantasy Football, it's your job to be prepared. Every year, it's our job to help you prepare, which is why Jamey Eisenberg and I take part in a two-man draft. It's to give you an example of what you might (and might not) expect when it comes to drafting in your 12-team non-PPR league. Naturally, there are picks that we love, some we hate and some we wish we could have had. By the time you're done reading this you should at least have a baseline of what we'd recommend doing from your draft slot. Here is my team at No. 1 overall in a standard format ... 1.1 Todd Gurley , RB, Los Angeles Rams 2.24 Devonta Freeman , RB, Atlanta Falcons 3.25 Keenan Allen , WR,
I spoke with 3k from Turf Show Times to get some insights into the Los Angeles Rams and the Denver Broncos upcoming preseason game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Saturday. 1) What's the general state of the fans of the Rams now that they have relocated to L.A.? There's always been a schism. When the franchise relocated in 1994, they left behind a huge audience in Los Angeles that still followed the team. Having been a fan since the late 1980s, I remember that relocation pretty well. The difference is the penetration of media and the pervasiveness of social media. There's been plenty of vitriol between certain LA and St. Louis fans which is to be expected. This is the internet. Several,
Today, it was learned that injured Los Angeles Rams RT Rob Havenstein would be coming off the PUP (Physically Unable to Perform) list, allowing him to rejoin team activities: Havenstein had been nursing a foot injury, and was placed on the PUP list back in July. It’s great news that he’s on course for the opener, as the Rams will want to get their starting five some preseason reps and allow Rodger Saffold to move back to LG, where he can help OT Greg Robinson: Havenstein was one of the unheralded rookies of 2015, having been the only rookie OL to not allow a sack. Hopefully Havenstein is able to build on his quick start and provide some much needed stability at RT.