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Larry Fitzgerald took a back seat to Michael Floyd as the Cardinals’ number one receiver during Monday night’s game. It’s clear that Floyd has taken the reins as Arizona’s top receiver away from Fitzgerald.
Oh, Percy Harvin is injured? You don’t say. What are the finer details of Harvin’s injury, and what does it mean for his fantasy outlook? Mark “Dr. Roto” Bloom provides comprehensive insights on Harvin’s latest health problem.
According to widespread published reports, the Vikings and Seahawks have agreed to a trade that would send wide receiver Percy Harvin to Seattle in exchange for draft choices. The deal cannot be officially announced until Tuesday, when the new NFL year begins. It is surmised that Seattle will send multiple picks to Minnesota, very possibly including their first rounder in 2013, the 25th choice overall. What does it mean in fantasy football terms? Scott Engel of RotoExperts breaks it down after the jump.
Percy Harvin is a Seattle Seahawk. The initial fan reactions were Viking tears and Seahawk jubilation, but should that be the case?
NFL kickoff is only 14 days away, meaning you’ll soon be drafting your fantasy football team. Make no mistake: Who you pick to be on your pretend football team will be the most important set of decisions you make this year.
To help you choose wisely, we’ve decided to highlight some players you should avoid like the plague. Here are some likely fantasy football duds that you can avoid.
The ultimate story of today’s Vikings-Panthers game might be the play of two rookie quarterbacks (Christian Ponder and Cam Newton both excelled in the first half), but what’s terrific execution by promising by two young players next to good old-fashioned fighting? NOTHING, that’s what.
Maybe it’s fitting that in a Minnesota Vikings season so full of odd twists and turns, the high point of their year to date comes directly after things appeared to be at rock bottom.
While you were sleeping, SportsGrid was up all night watching TV and searching the internet for links to help get your day started. Today, the U.S. Open gets more boring, the Red Sox have some more bad injury luck, Whitlock being Whitlock, and more.