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2014 Rookie 2.10 (Post Combine)

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2014 Rookie 1.01 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.02 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.03 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.04 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.05 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.06 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.07 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.08 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.09 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.10 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.11 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.12 (Post Combine)

 

 

2014 Rookie 2.01 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.02 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.03 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.04 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.05 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.06 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.07 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.08 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.09 (Post Combine)

 

 

 

 

 

Standard Scoring

1.01 WR Sammy Watkins (61%)

1.02 WR Mike Evans (41%)

1.03 RB Bishop Sankey (21%)

1.04 RB Carlos Hyde (30%)

1.05 WR Marqise Lee (29%)

1.06 RB Tre Mason (32%)

1.07 RB Lache Seastrunk (24%)

1.08 RB Jeremy Hill (25%)

1.09 WR Odell Beckham Jr. (27%)

1.10 WR Brandin Cooks (19%)

1.11 TE Eric Ebron (22%)

1.12 QB Teddy Bridgewater (11%)

 

2.01 RB Andre Williams (18%)

2.02 WR Kelvin Benjamin (18%)

2.03 WR Allen Robinson (16%)

2.04 WR Jordan Matthews (21%)

2.05 QB Johnny Manziel (18%)

2.06 WR Donte Moncrief (19%)

2.07 RB Isaiah Crowell (17%)

2.08 RB Ka'Deem Carey (22%)

2.09 RB Terrance West (23%)


PPR Scoring

1.01 WR Sammy Watkins (85%)

1.02 WR Mike Evans (57%)

1.03 WR Marqise Lee (37%)

1.04 RB Bishop Sankey (21%)

1.05 RB Carlos Hyde (40%)

1.06 RB Tre Mason (22%)

1.07 RB Lache Seastrunk (30%)

1.08 WR Odell Beckham Jr. (29%)

1.09 TE Eric Ebron (23%)

1.10 WR Brandin Cooks (41%)

1.11 WR Jordan Matthews (24%)

1.12 WR Allen Robinson (22%)

 

2.01 RB Jeremy Hill (30%)

2.02 WR Kelvin Benjamin (33%)

2.03 WR Donte Moncrief (30%)

2.04 WR Davante Adams (15%)

2.05 RB Charles Sims (20%)

2.06 QB Teddy Bridgewater (17%)

2.07 RB Isaiah Crowell (14%)

2.08 RB Ka'Deem Carey (24%)

2.09 QB Johnny Manziel (23%)


Start 2 QB Scoring

1.01 QB Teddy Bridgewater (32%)

1.02 QB Johnny Manziel (31%)

1.03 QB Blake Bortles (34%)

1.04 WR Sammy Watkins (39%)

1.05 WR Mike Evans (30%)

1.06 QB Derek Carr (19%)

1.07 WR Marqise Lee (18%)

1.08 RB Carlos Hyde (18%)

1.09 RB Bishop Sankey (20%)

1.10 RB Tre Mason (18%)

1.11 RB Lache Seastrunk (15%)

1.12 WR Odell Beckham Jr. (14%)

 

2.01 WR Brandin Cooks (14%)

2.02 TE Eric Ebron (11%)

2.03 RB Jeremy Hill (16%)

2.04 QB Jimmy Garoppolo (12%)

2.05 WR Jordan Matthews (18%)

2.06 WR Allen Robinson (16%)

2.07 WR Kelvin Benjamin (13%)

2.08 QB Zach Mettenberger (13%)

2.09 RB Isaiah Crowell (11%)


Dynasty: Pittsburgh QB Tom Savage

14 April 2014 - 06:56 AM

Excerpt from Peter King's MMQB:

 

 

 

Speaking of surprise players … The stunner this draft season is a quarterback who threw 83 passes as a Rutgers sophomore in 2010, then didn’t play college football in 2011 or 2012 as he transferred from Rutgers to Arizona to Pitt. “The hottest guy in the draft,” Brandt of Tom Savage. How hot is he? Late last week Savage’s agent, Neil Schwartz, had to tell two teams who wanted to set up a visit or meeting with the quarterback that he didn’t have any time left to do so. “There are literally no days left on his calendar for him to go see any other teams,” Schwartz said Saturday. The deadline for teams to host players or work them out is April 27, and by then Savage is scheduled to have either worked out for or had visits with 24 or 25 teams. That’s an amazing number of workouts and/or meetings … and when I say meetings with teams, I mean time with either the GM, coach, offensive coordinator or two or three of those. Savage is popular because he’s got an above-average NFL arm right now—some are calling it the best in the draft—and showed well over the last half of last season with a bad offensive line at Pitt. He spent Friday with the Oakland staff, and that’s a place he’d fit in well. Amazing to think a player so itinerant and with so little college success could be leap-frogging A.J. McCarron, Aaron Murray and Zach Mettenberger. But there’s a good chance Savage will. Todd McShay had Houston taking Savage with the 33rd overall pick. Now there’d be a way to kick off the second day of the draft in style, with a stunner like that.

 


Dynasty & Redraft: TE Jace Amaro, Texas Tech

13 April 2014 - 10:31 AM

Texas Tech pro day results: Jace Amaro receives comparisons to Pro Bowl tight end

 

By Tommy Magelssen

 

Excerpt:

 

 

Texas Tech football hosted its pro day in front of NFL scouts Friday, and 13 Red Raiders  from the 2013 team — along with six players that left the program in the last couple of years — did their best to impress.

 

Jace Amaro, the unanimous All-American and projected first-round draft pick, improved on both his 40-yard-dash time (4.68 seconds, up from 4.74) and vertical leap (33.5 seconds, up from 30 inches) from the NFL combine.

 

“I wanted to show (the combine) wasn’t a fluke or anything like that,” said Amaro, according to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. “I still feel just as strong and just as fast as I was back then. I wanted to show I could do it again.”

 

Amaro said a 49ers scout told the All-American he resembles tight end Vernon Davis, one of the NFL’s best receiving tight ends.

 

“He was just telling me how I resemble Davis a lot and what he did and what he does still,” Amaro told reporters, “so he’s excited to see if I end up falling to the 49ers.”

 


2014 Rookie 2.09 (Post Combine)

11 April 2014 - 08:58 AM

2014 Rookie 1.01 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.02 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.03 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.04 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.05 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.06 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.07 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.08 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.09 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.10 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.11 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 1.12 (Post Combine)

 

 

2014 Rookie 2.01 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.02 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.03 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.04 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.05 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.06 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.07 (Post Combine)

2014 Rookie 2.08 (Post Combine)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standard Scoring

1.01 WR Sammy Watkins (61%)

1.02 WR Mike Evans (41%)

1.03 RB Bishop Sankey (21%)

1.04 RB Carlos Hyde (30%)

1.05 WR Marqise Lee (29%)

1.06 RB Tre Mason (32%)

1.07 RB Lache Seastrunk (24%)

1.08 RB Jeremy Hill (25%)

1.09 WR Odell Beckham Jr. (27%)

1.10 WR Brandin Cooks (19%)

1.11 TE Eric Ebron (22%)

1.12 QB Teddy Bridgewater (11%)

 

2.01 RB Andre Williams (18%)

2.02 WR Kelvin Benjamin (18%)

2.03 WR Allen Robinson (16%)

2.04 WR Jordan Matthews (21%)

2.05 QB Johnny Manziel (18%)

2.06 WR Donte Moncrief (19%)

2.07 RB Isaiah Crowell (17%)

2.08 RB Ka'Deem Carey (22%)


PPR Scoring

1.01 WR Sammy Watkins (85%)

1.02 WR Mike Evans (57%)

1.03 WR Marqise Lee (37%)

1.04 RB Bishop Sankey (21%)

1.05 RB Carlos Hyde (40%)

1.06 RB Tre Mason (22%)

1.07 RB Lache Seastrunk (30%)

1.08 WR Odell Beckham Jr. (29%)

1.09 TE Eric Ebron (23%)

1.10 WR Brandin Cooks (41%)

1.11 WR Jordan Matthews (24%)

1.12 WR Allen Robinson (22%)

 

2.01 RB Jeremy Hill (30%)

2.02 WR Kelvin Benjamin (33%)

2.03 WR Donte Moncrief (30%)

2.04 WR Davante Adams (15%)

2.05 RB Charles Sims (20%)

2.06 QB Teddy Bridgewater (17%)

2.07 RB Isaiah Crowell (14%)

2.08 RB Ka'Deem Carey (24%)


Start 2 QB Scoring

1.01 QB Teddy Bridgewater (32%)

1.02 QB Johnny Manziel (31%)

1.03 QB Blake Bortles (34%)

1.04 WR Sammy Watkins (39%)

1.05 WR Mike Evans (30%)

1.06 QB Derek Carr (19%)

1.07 WR Marqise Lee (18%)

1.08 RB Carlos Hyde (18%)

1.09 RB Bishop Sankey (20%)

1.10 RB Tre Mason (18%)

1.11 RB Lache Seastrunk (15%)

1.12 WR Odell Beckham Jr. (14%)

 

2.01 WR Brandin Cooks (14%)

2.02 TE Eric Ebron (11%)

2.03 RB Jeremy Hill (16%)

2.04 QB Jimmy Garoppolo (12%)

2.05 WR Jordan Matthews (18%)

2.06 WR Allen Robinson (16%)

2.07 WR Kelvin Benjamin (13%)

2.08 QB Zach Mettenberger (13%)


Dynasty & Redraft: WR Demaryius Thomas, Broncos

08 April 2014 - 07:52 PM

Report: Demaryius Thomas still nursing sore shoulder

 

By Chris Wesseling

Around the League Writer

 

 

Demaryius Thomas' shoulder separation didn't prevent him from setting a Super Bowl record with 13 receptions.

 

The injury is, however, keeping him from joining his fellow receivers at Duke University for Peyton Manning's offseason workouts this week, according to Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com.

 

The Broncos have played coy with details on the injury. It's believed to have occurred on a vicious hit from Kam Chancellor early in Super Bowl XLVIII.

 

Reporters noticed Thomas needed help rolling his bag to the luggage cart the next morning.

 

It's clear now that this was not a minor injury.

 

We will have a better idea of Thomas' status once Broncos' spring practices begin and offseason training activities start in late May.

 

In the latest edition of the "Around The League Podcast", the guys begin the offseason Roster Reset series with the AFC West and dive into the ATL mailbag..