Rest easy, National Football League fans. The 2016 NFL Draft came and went, and training camp is in session. The reality of the situation in Cleveland is that the Browns have holes all over their roster — despite having 14 picks in the 2016 NFL Draft — and they are still a long ways away from being competitive in the AFC North.
Most everyone will agree that defense wins championships, but not everyone agrees when you should draft a defense for your fantasy team. Conventional wisdom advocates selecting a defense with one of your two final picks, and while the numbers suggest that is no longer true, many will still heed the advice. Others might punt on the position altogether, and instead pick up a new defense each week depending on who has the most favorable matchup. By streaming defenses in this way, you can focus on the weakness of the opponent rather than a selection’s own strengths. For example, the best bet for your Week 1 defense is the New York Giants, who open their season against the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys
The first year of Chip Kelly in Santa Clara has brought a pretty solid relationship between the coach and the San Francisco 49ers media. Kelly was plenty criticized in Philadelphia. The poor performances led to it, but it is still good to see him off to a good relationship with the media for now. On Wednesday, he got several questions about the status of various players, and what kind of work they would get on Friday against the Green Bay Packers. He was very clear about why he does not like hypotheticals. This is my deal with hypotheticals because everybody wants to use them to some degree. So, if we’re going to use hypotheticals, we should cancel the season because hypothetically we won the