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Donnie Avery and Malcom Floyd are Useful Fantasy Bench Play

Donnie Avery and Malcom Floyd are Useful Fantasy Bench Play

Bill Seng September 7, 2013 Comments Off on Donnie Avery and Malcom Floyd are Useful Fantasy Bench Play

The super subs of fantasy football are unheralded. They are the folks who can win you on bye weeks or bye you some time if one of your big name fantasy starters fall to

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WEEK 1 START OR SIT

WEEK 1 START OR SIT

Adam Greshowak September 5, 2013 Comments Off on WEEK 1 START OR SIT

    Here they are, Inside the Redzone’s first Start/Sit candidates of Week 1, 2013.  I’ve gone through each NFL matchup and selected the players that I have higher or lower expectations for in

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Waiver Wire NFL Starting Running Backs

Waiver Wire NFL Starting Running Backs

Bill Seng September 4, 2013 Comments Off on Waiver Wire NFL Starting Running Backs

  Sometimes being named the starter doesn’t mean a lot. In fantasy where so much information is proliferated and everyone, including your neighbor is a fantasy expert, you need to consider making micro moves to

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Quinton Patton has Polish and Opportunity

Quinton Patton has Polish and Opportunity

Inside the Redzone staff August 31, 2013 Comments Off on Quinton Patton has Polish and Opportunity

There are sleeper receivers like TY Hilton and then there are micro sleepers like 49ers receiver Quinton Patton. He has busted on the preseason scene with touchdowns in the third and final preseason games.

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When in Doubt, Don’t Sell High

When in Doubt, Don’t Sell High

Bill Seng August 29, 2013 Comments Off on When in Doubt, Don’t Sell High

You’ll get a lot of advice in fantasy football and one of the common ones is when a journey man player gets hot, you’ll hear “trade high while you can”. I’m not an advocate

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Mike Tolbert Looks to Replicate San Diego Days

Mike Tolbert Looks to Replicate San Diego Days

Inside the Redzone staff August 29, 2013 2

Remember when Mike Tolbert was outperforming LaDainian Tomlinson? He was doing the same to Ryan Matthews as well until injuries slowed the 250 pound hybrid running back. The San Diego front office and connected

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Different Role and Fantasy Expectations for Wes Welker

Different Role and Fantasy Expectations for Wes Welker

Inside the Redzone staff August 22, 2013 Comments Off on Different Role and Fantasy Expectations for Wes Welker

Cross sports analogies can be hard to get across. Playing in the Northeast, Wes Welker was kind of like football’s version of Wade Boggs. He was a singles machine who got on base at

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Doubling Down on the Passing Attack

Doubling Down on the Passing Attack

Bill Seng August 22, 2013 Comments Off on Doubling Down on the Passing Attack

  In the past taking a top end quarterback and his favorite receiver didn’t seem like the best idea. If the QB got sacked 6 times and threw 3 picks, two (QB and WR1)

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DMC Looks to Bounce Back in 2013 Fantasy Season

DMC Looks to Bounce Back in 2013 Fantasy Season

Inside the Redzone staff August 19, 2013 Comments Off on DMC Looks to Bounce Back in 2013 Fantasy Season

Greg Olson was the offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2010 when an undrafted rookie named LeGarrette Blount rushed over 1,000 yards and 6 touchdowns in 13 games. Blount, not known as

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Alfred Morris the Next Rudi Johnson

Alfred Morris the Next Rudi Johnson

Inside the Redzone staff August 19, 2013 Comments Off on Alfred Morris the Next Rudi Johnson

ESPN Fantasy Analyst Nate Ravitz recently compared Alfred Morris to Rudi Johnson, the 3-time 1,000 yard rusher for the Cincinnati Bengals. Our staff believed that was an astute and accurate comparison. Morris was very

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