144 receptions, 2,928 yds, and 16 TDs!

by Jim Coventry

Well, the hype wagon is in full swing, and although everyone knows that it could never happen, that (see the article title) is the pace that Randy Moss (WR, NE) is on right now. If you read my preseason post about Moss, you know that I fully expected him to have a great year (and actually two or three more afterward.) After week one, many of the Moss naysayers are fully parked on his bandwagon, so my advice to you is simple: TRADE HIM RIGHT NOW, because his value will never be higher than it is at this moment!  I only recommend trading him of your team is looking to build for the future, but some owner in your league is probably pretty wide-eyed right about now and upset that he did not draft Moss before the season. Get a package of a future star and a few draft picks or whatever you can negotiate, but send out those trade offers now. I suggest you make some fairly ridiculous offers, too, because you have no idea which owner believes that you have the # 1 WR in fantasy right now. So, what’s the worst that happens? Everyone shoots [...]

Faulk on Rams

Sorry I haven’t checked in for a while. Obviously, we’re covering all kinds of stuff with the site. If you haven’t already, check out the podcast me and Adam Caplan are doing on Sunday nights, it’s a quick review of the week that was. If we have time, we’ll do a quick preview on Friday. We have a long way to go with this thing (making it downloadable, on Itunes, etc). But this is at least a start. I really need to get cloned.

Anyways, thought I’d pass this along. This year, on the Fantasy Fix TV show I do on Comcast sportsnet, Marshall Faulk has his own segment and I’m able to ask him questions each week and get his response. Obviously, I focus on the RBs. I didn’t ask this question myself, but I constructed the question and asked for it to be posed to him on the Rams with no Orlando Pace. In short, Faulk doesn’t think it will be too big of a deal for RB Steven Jackson. Faulk cited last year, when Jackson put up big numbers while Jackson was out. He did, however, express his concern for Marc Bulger and the receivers, stating how the protection and the timing of the passing game might [...]

About John Hansen

John Hansen

Specializing in football, Hansen is one of the most connected fantasy writers in the country.

About the author

RSS Staff Commentary

  • USA Today Sports Weekly Mock Recap July 23, 2014
    On Tuesday, July 22, I participated in a 12-team, non-PPR mock draft with several industry leaders for USA Today Sports Weekly’s fantasy football special edition, which hits newsstands on August 4. I’ve been given permission to blog about the draft and my strategy, which is greatly appreciated, and I hope it sparks some discussion. This was a non-PPR league […]
    Joe Dolan
  • Training Camp Dates and Sites July 21, 2014
    The Bills got NFL training camps underway this past weekend and the rest of the league will get started throughout this week. The Giants and Bills will kick off the 2014 preseason in the NFL Hall of Game at 8 pm Sunday, August 3 in Canton, Ohio. The ninth edition of HBO’s “Hard Knocks” will follow the Falcons this preseason. As for the rest of the league, he […]
    Tom Brolley
  • The Prince Connection: Rodgers and Nelson July 7, 2014
    If you follow along over at my Twitter account @FG_Dolan (shameless plug), you’ve probably noticed my undying love for Jordy Nelson, and the fact that I’d happily welcome him onto any of my fantasy teams this year. First of all, he’s madly productive as is: he hauled in 85/1314/8 last year and averaged 16.5 FPG in a PPR league. That was good enough to rank h […]
    Joe Dolan