Rotoworld | Feb 1st
Jeff Brubach recaps news and notes from around the NFL, including the retirement of Calvin Johnson.
EDSFootball | Jan 31st
A couple of weeks ago, there were reports that suggested Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson could retire this offseason. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Megatron has told his family and the team that he plans to retire. In turn, coach Jim Caldwell has asked Johnson to take his time in deciding his future before making his final decision. That said, Schefter's source says that Johnson is "pr...
Breaking Football | Jan 7th
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson sent shock waves through the NFL this week when he suggested he may be pondering retirement at just 30…
Yahoo! Sports | Jan 3rd
This is how highly regarded Calvin Johnson is around NFL circles, real and fantasy: the man just finished an 88-catch, 1214-yard, nine-touchdown season, and it goes down as a disappointment to many.
That’s life when you’re on a Hall of Fame trajectory.
The Lions had a party in their Week 17 finale Sunday, traveling to Chicago and dispatching the Bears, 24-20. It completes a nifty 6-2 f...
RotoBaller | Dec 26th
Below you will find our Week 16 wide receivers rankings, to help determine your WR starts/sits for this week, brought to you by Edward Gorelik (@EdwardGorelik) and Zach Wilkens (@LopsidedTrades). Featured fantasy football writer Zach Wilkens also highlights some WR rankings and matchups analysis for Week 16, and draws some matchup conclusions. He tells you who... Read More
Rotoworld | Dec 26th
Calvin Johnson’s name carries weight, but is he worth the risk in championship week? The guys discuss in this week’s Roundtable.
RotoBaller | Dec 22nd
Well Week 15 was pretty freakin' wild man. There were so many players who just absolutely balled out (Antonio Brown, Cam Newton, David Johnson) and performed like the stars you took them to be. Unfortunately, there were also quite a few studs who tripped on their shoelaces all day and went full Charlie Brown on your... Read More
RotoBaller | Dec 21st
Remember when Matthew Stafford and Drew Brees were throwing for 40+ touchdowns a year and being talked about as potential MVP candidates? Well they are no longer those guys, but they're still pretty good. Both quarterbacks have teams no longer in the NFL playoff hunt, but have rosters that are still filled with all sorts of fantasy... Read More