NFL coaches, front-office personnel and owners are probably better off saying nothing about domestic violence. Like New York Giants coach Ben McAdoo did in January, when asked by the New York Post what he won’t tolerate as a head coach. “Domestic violence is something that we’re all cracking down on in this league,” McAdoo said.
Can Melvin Gordon go from fantasy bust to fantasy beast in 2016? Fantasy football is a game won week-to-week, not year-to-year. Last year Doug Martin, Brandon Marshall, and Tyler Eifert all proved to be winning bounce-back commodities.
Both Ereck Flowers and Marshall Newhouse haunted the New York Giants with poor play last season and it doesn’t seem like things have changed. General manager Jerry Reese didn’t address the position in the offseason, passing up chances to sign players like Russell Okung, Kelvin Beachum and Donald Penn in free agency, and deciding to pass on Eugene Monroe after the Baltimore Ravens released him in June. This is understandable, at least on the left side as Flowers is only 22 years old and going into his second season. The Giants likely see him as able to develop and wouldn’t want to bench their left tackle just a year after drafting him in the Top 10. However, Flowers’ rookie year wasn’t worthy