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Is Darrell Henderson Ready To Step Up?

It’s becoming clear that Todd Gurley is no longer able to sustain carries like he used to. While this is disappointing in it’s own right, it paves way for the creation of a future star that the Rams already have. Darrell Henderson Jr., who was the Rams’ 3rd round draft choice, has been heating up the past couple weeks as HC Sean McVay is starting to give him more work due to Malcom Brown’s injury. Henderson has rushed for 11 times the last two weeks, including a 49 rushing yard performance against the Bengals where he also added two catches for 20 yards. Now, obviously none of these numbers are at all impressive, but now that Henderson is getting more work, could he be a waiver wire pick up on the verge of a huge breakout? Let’s find out.

Fantasy stars to avoid at the top of your draft

As draft season starts to really heat up the first question on all fantasy players mine is who to take in the early rounds especially first. There is of course the can’t miss players Barkley, Kamara, and Hopkins. But there is other superstars who you may want to stay away from in the first round maybe even the second…

Preseason Risers and Fallers – 2019 Fantasy Football

In fantasy football you spend so much time in the offseason putting work into projections and rankings that you may forget to adjust them once preseason comes around. This article will go through 3 players I have risen on since the start of preseason and 3 players I have fallen on since the start of preseason…

6 Things to Watch For as the Todd Gurley Owner in Fantasy Football

Before diving in, here’s a quick anatomy lesson: The knee joint is made of the kneecap (patella), tibia (shin bone), and femur (upper leg). On the inside of the knee joint, between the upper leg and shin, there exists a thick layer of connective tissue called the meniscus. The meniscus has two parts, a lateral (outside) portion and a medial (inside) portion. The meniscus is there to provide stability, reduce friction within the knee, and uphold the integrity of the joint. Think of the meniscus as the brake pads on a car. See the picture below for an illustration…