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NFL Fantasy football: four veterans to avoid in 2020

This week, that means some advice on four veterans that you should be wary of in your draft. This doesn’t mean that the players listed below…

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Lions Free Agency Recap: Grading the Lions Offseason So Far

I think we all know that Detroit has a lot of work to do going into this off-season. Finishing with an abysmal record that warranted the 3rd overall pick in this year’s draft, and a mandate to win-now from Martha Ford, the QuinnTricia brain trust has been acting with a sense of urgency during the 2020 Free Agency Period. Both Bob Quinn and Matt “Rocket Scientist” Patricia know that it’s now or never this year for their jobs with the Lions. If they don’t perform, they’ll both be crawling back to Daddy Belichick in New England in 2021.

The Fantasy Football Impact of Melvin Gordon Signing with the Denver Broncos

On Friday, Broncos agreed to terms with almost 27 year old, 2x pro-bowl running back, Melvin Gordon. Aside from the immediate excitement of revenge games versus his former team the Los Angeles Chargers, the running game will take a leap forward in 2020. Denver and MGIII agreed to a two year deal worth $16 million, $13.5 million guaranteed, making him the 6th highest paid running back in the league. Denver will be one of only three teams with two pro-bowl running backs on their roster. While I’m not thrilled about the contract, I’m enticed by Gordon’s pass catching ability, as well as his blocking ability, and am hopeful this move will make sense come the end of 2020.

Denver Broncos Free Agency Updates

John Elway has quietly put together a strong free agency. From securing a trade for A.J. Bouye in early March to trading a 7th round pick for pro-bowler Jurrell Casey, Elway and Co. have been making what appear to be all the right moves…

Should the Denver Broncos Aim To Protect or Weaponize in the 2020 NFL Draft?

John Elway and Co. have their quarterback for the foreseeable future and it’s time to build around him. Broncos Country has been split all off-season in regards to the first round pick. Do we draft an offensive lineman to help protect our young gun-slinger or do we draft a stud wide receiver as a weapon for Drew Lock? I’ll admit up until the last month I’ve been all in for an offensive tackle but I’ve come to a point where I can accept either position, and am leaning towards a wide receiver more with every passing day.

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