The top 101 fantasy players for 2016: 51-101 - PFF Fantasy Staff
Woodhead finished tied for 11th in standard fantasy scoring among running backs in 2015 despite only 98 carries. Since 2007, he is the only running back to finish in the top 24 in fantasy scoring with fewer than 100 carries.
The 5 worst situations for fantasy running backs - Dan Schneier
The Chargers claim they want to get Melvin Gordon more involved in the passing game, but it’s tough to imagine them turning away from the ultra-efficient Danny Woodhead on passing downs. With questionable blocking and poorly projected game script, Gordon’s ADP is still probably too high when you consider his floor.
Chargers' 53-man roster projection includes Zach Mettenberger as third QB - Eric Williams
Richard Crawford has made plays during offseason work and could fight his way onto the team during training camp.
AFC West Q&A: Are the Raiders the most improved team in the division? - Jeff Legwold, Adam Teicher, & Eric Williams
They are, at least on paper. But that alone won’t get them into the Super Bowl, or even to the division title. They certainly covered more ground than the Broncos or Chiefs and started far ahead of the Chargers. But climbing ahead of Denver and Kansas City in the standings and winning at least one playoff game will require more than winning in free agency.
AFC West Q&A: Can San Diego Chargers' Melvin Gordon log 1,000 yards - Jeff Legwold, Adam Teicher, & Paul Gutierrez
The allure of a 1,000-yard rushing season is somewhat tempered by the fact that a back, in the 16-game NFL season, needs to average a rather pedestrian 62.5 yards rushing per game to hit the benchmark. But Gordon averaged more than that total in just one game the past season -- an 88-yard effort in Week 2 against the Cincinnati Bengals -- before surgery, and the odds are stacked against his bouncing back with a 1,000-yard season.