2012 Most Accurate Expert here at FantasyPros. Member of the Pro Football Writer's of America who covers the Texans for USAToday's Texans Wire. I also contribute to GridironExperts, Fanball, and FantasySharks. Past work includes Pro Football Focus and had articles featured on NFL.com, Yahoo and many other sites and magazines. I live in Houston and also host a podcast.
The good news: We are now past the point of worrying about bye weeks and the playoffs are either here or only two weeks away. ...
by Fantasy in Tue, Nov 27
Week 12 is always one of the best weeks of the year, especially for football fans. Not only are the fantasy playoffs now just ...
by Fantasy in Wed, Nov 21
Week 12 is one of those special weeks on the calendar. Almost everyone that's played fantasy football for a while has some sort of ...
by Fantasy in Tue, Nov 20
As per usual this season, rushing attacks took a back seat and the passing game led the way. Reviewing each of those passes and ...
by Fantasy in Wed, Nov 14
By this point into the season, the waiver wire usually serves two purposes. For winning teams, it serves as a key element towards adding ...
by Fantasy in Tue, Nov 13
Even without the Cardinals, Bengals, Colts, Jaguars, Giants, and Eagles playing in Week 9, there were still plenty of passes thrown. Eight teams surpassed ...
by Fantasy in Wed, Nov 7
If it hadn't set in before, then just seeing that double-digit Week 10 headline should hit home. The 2018 fantasy football season is flying ...
by Fantasy in Tue, Nov 6
Following an injury-marred and disappointing 2018 NFL season, long-time New England Patriots' stand out tight end Rob Gronkowski is expected to "strongly consider retirement," in the weeks and months after New England's season ends. Gronkowski was rumored to be considering retirement before the 2018 campaign began and was also the subject of trade rumors. The nine-year veteran battled a back injury and other ailments that held him to a career-low three touchdowns and only 47 receptions in 13 games.
Ian Rapoport via Twitter Sun, Jan 13
Sophomore running back D'Onta Foreman will make his 2018 season debut in Week 16 as the Texans travel to Philadelphia. Foreman has missed a year after tearing his Achilles' last season. He'll slot in behind Alfred Blue for change of pace work.
Pat Star via Twitter Sun, Dec 23
Despite participating in practice during the week, the Texans declared sophomore running back D'Onta Foreman inactive for the club's AFC South showdown with the Colts.
Texans PR via Twitter Sun, Dec 9
WR Robby Anderson (ankle) is active and will start in Week 14 as the Jets face the Buffalo Bills. Anderson has been limited by an ankle injury and has made little impact in New York's past five games.
New York Jets via Twitter Sun, Dec 9
T.Y. Hilton (shoulder) is active and will start in Houston Week 14 as the Colts look to remain alive in the AFC South race. Hilton was listed as a game-time decision after a limited week of practice but was cleared in pre-game warmups.
Indianapolis Colts via Twitter Sun, Dec 9
As expected, first-round rookie quarterback Sam Darnold will be back under center for the Jets on Sunday. Darnold got in a full week's worth of practice after sitting out New York's past three games and will be good to go for a tough spot against the Bills.
Adam Schefter via twitterSun, Dec 9
After missing two starts with a shoulder injury, Mitchell Trubisky has been removed from the injury report and will be under center this week as the Bears host the NFC's top-seeded Rams. The Bears went 1-1 while Trubisky was sidelined and remain 1.5 games ahead of the Vikings.
Adam Schefter via twitterFri, Dec 7
According to Tampa Bay Sports Radio, Buccaneers wide receiver DeSean Jackson could miss the remainder of the 2018 NFL season with a thumb injury. On WDAE's afternoon show, ESPN's Jenna Laine said that "I think it's quite possible we don't see [Jackson] the rest of the season." Laine indicated that Jackson's frustration over his current role combined with the thumb injury could mark the end of Jackon's time with the Bucs.
WDAE Tampa BayThu, Dec 6
The Rams' ailing secondary will get a boost in Week 13 as cornerback Aqib Talib was activated from IR and will play for the first time since Week 3 with an ankle injury.
Adam Schefter via twitterSun, Dec 2