Robert Griffin III
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Breaking Football | Jul 21st
RG3 is past his knee injury and he's in an offense that should maximize his talents. If Jay Gruden can make Andy Dalton an elite fantasy passer, RG3 is primed for success.
The New York Times | Jul 21st
If Jay Gruden can mold Andy Dalton into a top-5 QB, the sky is the limit for RGIII.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
He will come back as the starter in 2014 and he is a QB to put on your bench due to his incredible upside.
ProFootballTalk | Jul 21st
Washington has plenty of offensive weapons.  But with only one ball being used at a time and a strong-to-quite-strong complement of receivers, running backs, and tight ends, the team will have to find a way to keep everyone happy.  Quarterback Robert Griffin III doesn’t see that being a problem. “These guys know that there are…
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
I think new coach Jay Gruden could help RGIII, but there are a lot of questions with RGIII's attitude and how he is perceived in that locker room. I also do not know if he can stay healthy for a full 16 games. The additions of WR DeSean Jackson and WR Andre Roberts are intriguing and RGIII is a candidate to rise in my off-season rankings.
ESPN | Jul 11th
Christopher Harris lists 10 players of great importance for the 2014 fantasy football season.
Fantasy Team Advice | Jul 10th
Griffen is healthy, surrounded by play makers and is being coached by pass-happy Jay Gruden. Look for RG3 to have a monster year.
Fantasy Sports LR | Jul 10th
Big additions in receiving corps. Back to full health, full offseason. Adjustment to new offense will take time, but don't put too much stock in troubling 2013.
Rotoprofessor | Jul 4th
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) It was clear that the relationship between Robert Griffin III and Mike Shanahan had disintegrated, though we all knew that it would be Griffin who stayed in Washington. With his knee issues another year behind him, can we expect
Breaking Football | Jul 1st
One of the most common mistakes people make in fantasy football drafts is paying for past performance, rather than future achievements. Why burn a 3rd round pick on a player that’s past his prime, when you can get equal production, with potential for more, by drafting a younger player in the 6th round or even later? The name of the game is value in fantasy football, so here are 6 sleepers to...
Yahoo! Sports | Jun 27th
You want a fantasy argument, we promise you a doozy here. Today's assignment is a Battle Royale at Quarterback (okay, maybe it's a Royale with Cheese), four Yahoo scribes going at each other. Andy Behrens is free from the morass; the other Original Five Yahoos go to post. The QBs: Robert Griffin III, Cam Newton, Tom Brady and Andrew Luck. Pick your winner in the comments (or at least give us ...
ESPN | Jun 24th
Ranked next to each other at the quarterback position, who is the better pick for 2014, Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III?
Fantasy Knuckleheads | Jun 12th
Robert Griffin III’s 2014 Fantasy Football Value It doesn’t take a doctor to tell you that Robert Griffin III’s knee could have used a few more months to heal. Griffin rushed back too soon without understanding the importance of the offseason that he was missing. The offseason between a player’s rookie and second professional season is arguably the most important of his [&h...
KFFL | Jun 5th
RG3's sheer physical talent makes him a near-elite fantasy QB. Add in a full offseason for training and full health, and he has Keith's full attention.