When the New York Giants hired Ben McAdoo to replace Tom Coughlin as head coach, it was strange. The Giants wanted a change, but they hired one of Coughlin’s coaches. The Giants wanted continuity for quarterback Eli Manning and the offense.
Just like that, two weeks are in the books. Not exactly high-level football to date, let's be honest. Then again, fantasy football owners should largely be happy with the overall running back depth this season. Sleepers including Buck Allen, Tarik Cohen and Chris Carson have emerged and several teams have multiple viable options to date. Jordan Howard and Ezekiel Elliott owners aren't exactly thrilled at the moment. Understood. Hang tight, especially the Elliott faction, though I didn't love the Cowboys offense overall entering this season now that teams had a chance for a longer look at the Dak Prescott-led attack. Meanwhile, passing game struggles with the Bengals, Giants and Redskins are a
It’s well documented the USA Today Power Rankings love to undersell the Dallas Cowboys. Last season, throughout their historic run, they were consistently ranked as the worst team with whatever record they had at the time. From 2-1 to 8-1, it took until Week 10 for them to finally get the level of credit for a team that only lost two legitimate games over the regular season. After their embarrassment in Denver, the Cowboys were sent reeling from their previous ranking of No. 6. Dallas is now down to the No. 15 ranked team in the league. Much to dismay of fans and Jason Garrett, Ezekiel Elliott seems to giving more effort in courtroom than he is between the white lines. The drop of nine spots