Mike Tagliere

Mike Tagliere

NFL Correspondent

Bio

Mike Tagliere is an NFL writer who has finished inside of the top-six of the FantasyPros accuracy competition twice. He's been writing in the industry since 2011, when he started his own website. Since that time, he's worked with Pro Football Focus (PFF), Rotoworld, RotoGrinders, and now FantasyPros.


Articles From Mike
Introduction to Value Based Drafting (Fantasy Football) photo
There seems to be a new draft fad every single year. It's like diets in the way that people approach them - they work ...
by Mike Tagliere in Fantasy3 days ago
Mike Tagliere's Early Quarterback Rankings (Fantasy Football) photo
When you're someone who studies football all offseason, you're likely to have a lot of opinions about what will take place in the upcoming ...
by Mike Tagliere in Fantasy4 days ago
Mike Tagliere's Early Running Back Rankings (Fantasy Football) photo
When you're someone who studies football all offseason, you're likely to have a lot of opinions about what will take place in the upcoming ...
by Mike Tagliere in Fantasy5 days ago
Mike Tagliere's Early Tight End Rankings (Fantasy Football) photo
When you're someone who studies football all offseason, you're likely to have a lot of opinions about what will take place in the upcoming ...
by Mike Tagliere in Fantasy6 days ago
Mike Tagliere's Early Wide Receiver Rankings (Fantasy Football) photo
When you're someone who studies football all offseason, you're likely to have a lot of opinions about what will take place in the upcoming ...
by Mike Tagliere in Fantasy7 days ago
2018 Contract Year Players (Fantasy Football) photo
Whether it be through an article, podcast, or radio, you're likely to hear something to the effect of, "this guy is in a contract ...
by Mike Tagliere in Fantasy2 wks ago
Latest News From Mike
Martavis Bryant says he's clean, hasn't missed drug test photo
Raiders beat writer Vic Tafur says that wide receiver Martavis Bryant has not missed a drug test and that he is clean, despite reports circulating that he is on the verge of being suspended.
Jameis Winston suspended three games photo
ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston has been suspended for three games to start the 2018 season.
Robby Anderson could face league discipline photo
NFL Network's Mike Garofolo is reporting that Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson has pled guilty to his reckless driving charge and has been given six months of probation. The league has been monitoring the situation all along and they're contemplating a suspension.
Keke Coutee might start Week 1 photo
The Houston Chronicle is reporting that rookie wide receiver Keke Coutee is already challenging Braxton Miller for the starting slot job.
Baker Mayfield has
In a recent article, beat writer Rob Rang reports that Browns offensive coordinator Todd Haley said Baker Mayfield has "a long way to go" before challenging veteran Tyrod Taylor.
Rob Rang 6 days ago
Billy Price fully cleared for training camp photo
The Bengals first-round draft pick Billy Price has informed everyone via his Twitter account that he is fully cleared from his pectoral injury that he suffered while at the NFL Combine.
7 days ago
D'Onta Foreman still has no timetable for return photo
The Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson recently sat down with Texans running back D'Onta Foreman to discuss his recovery from a torn Achilles, and though it's been going well, there's no timetable for his return to the field.
7 days ago
Robert Turbin to be a big part of the offense photo
The Indy Star is reporting that running back Robert Turbin is set to have "a big role" in the Colts offense and that new head coach Frank Reich plans on having a running-back-by-committee.
Indy Star1 wk ago
Patrick Peterson may not shadow in 2018 photo
According to AZCardinals.com, Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson will not shadow opposing No. 1 wide receivers in 2018.
Elijah McGuire impressing in camp photo
ESPN reporter Rich Cimini is reports that Jets running back coach Stumpy Mitchell has continually praised second-year running back Elijah McGuire, comparing him to LaDanian Tomlinson and saying, "he can do it all."