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Best-case scenario: The Badges Of Honor And Respect have a San Francisco 49ers/Cleveland Browns situation and can flip one of their slingers for picks and depth. Worst-case: RGIII starts the season, sucks, loses his job, Cousins comes in, sucks, and everyone is depressed. Best-worst-case scenario: Daniel Snyder no longer likes owning this team, sells it, new owner changes the name.
Over the past couple weeks, I’ve ranked the 2014 NFL rookies for fantasy football purposes and it got me to thinking about how writers and fantasy experts are usually bigger fans of sophomores than they are rookies. So I ranked the top 15 fantasy sophomores, and that got me to thinking that the 2012 fantasy rookies might not have been as good as we initially thought.
A 3-7 record does things to people — terrible things, like make them turn on their quarterback and lambaste him on social media.
Should you really be excited about Michael Vick this year? Is RG3 headed for more good statistical outings? Scott Engel and Tony Cincotta have the answers.
To play or not to play? The first week of the fantasy season doesn’t bring us too many large concerns. But Scott Engel and Adam Ronis are still focused on uncertain outlooks for RG3 and Arian Foster.
When I hear stories of athletes texting photos of their genitalia to their significant others — or, more often than not, people who are not their significant others — I am glad. Not because this means I’ll get a chance to look at Brett Favre’s penis, or Greg Oden’s penis, or any particular penis. But because I know these athletes are not gods, and are just as prone to making mistakes as the rest of us.