April 2013


Since Jerry Reese became the general manager of the New York Giants in 2007, the team has drafted a total of eight linebackers in the hopes of finding at least one--if not more--who could form the foundation at the position.
When Mr. Irrelevant, Justice Cunningham , had his name called Saturday, the fantasy football mock season officially got underway. To kick off Yahoo!'s festivities, we'll mock two rounds per day Tuesday-Friday (12-teams, PPR scoring) to help you get educated on which players will be valued/undervalued when the bulk of the draft season begins in August. Please declare a winner and/or express your general disdain for our 'stupidity' in the comments section below. ROUND 1 Adrian Peterson, RB, Minnesota Vikings (PK1, RB1) – Is there even an argument for anyone else? Only a lunatic contrarian would veer away from the game's best back, coming off an all-time season. – Behrens 1 Arian Foster, RB, Houston Texans (PK2, RB2) – There really shouldn't be much debate with the top two picks in 2013. Foster gave us over 1,600 scrimmage yards last season with 17 scores, and he was terrific in the playoffs. – Behrens 2 Doug Martin, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (PK3, RB3) – Lands No. 3 here after finishing behind only Peterson and Foster in terms of RB fantasy points as a rookie. And in PPR leagues, only Peterson was better out of the backfield. – Brandon 1 LeSean McCoy, RB, Philadelphia Eagles (PK4, RB4) – Every indication is that Chip Kelly will deploy a run-heavy system in Philly, so McCoy, with his versatility and elusiveness, should be put to good use. Plus, he's still only 24 years old – plenty of tread left on the tires. – Brandon 2 Ray Rice, RB, Baltimore Ravens (PK5, RB5) – Page me when he has a bad season (okay, Tweet me, or Facebook me, or text me, maybe). Even in an ordinary campaign for Rice, we saw double-digit touchdowns, 61 receptions, and one absolute clowning of the San Diego Chargers. Welcome to the huddle. – Pianow 1
But most still figure a deal will get done
But most still figure a deal will get done
But most still figure a deal will get done
NEW YORK (AP) -- The possibilities appeared endless for Tim Tebow.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Tim Tebow was ''excited'' about coming to the New York Jets. So much so, he used the word 44 times in his introductory news conference in March 2012.
The perpetually dysfunctional New York Jets showed just how much they dislike Tim Tebow in releasing him after the 2013 NFL draft.
Young QB brings new dynamic to Giants
7 Rounds, 254 picks, and we've got scouting reports on nearly all of them, even Mr. Irrelevant.

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