Are wide receivers entering the NFL more league-ready? - Aaron Resnick
Another possible factor into the evolution of the passing game is the fact that receivers are coming into the league more ready to contribute than ever. A decade or so ago, a popular way to determine breakout candidates at the receiver position was to look at players entering their third year. With variables such as more familiarity with NFL offenses and defensive coverage schemes, the third season is when many felt things started to click for receivers.
Looking ahead at 2018 free agency for fantasy - George Kritikos
Most free agent tight end classes are pretty boring. There are a few options here but largely, we are dealing with an aging group of players at a position where only the elite last deep into their 30s.
Mailbag: What Position Has the Most Question Marks? - Ricky Henne
I think you have to say the offensive line simply because it is the position that has undergone the most change. After all, there will be three new starters in 2017. Furthermore, Matt Slauson has seen the vast majority of reps at left guard, meaning only Joe Barksdale returns at the same position. Add in competition for starting spots to be won heading into Week 1, and I think naming the offensive line is an easy call.
The Undrafted Cornerback Impressing Anthony Lynn - Ricky Henne
“It really hit me on Tuesday when I was lined up against Keenan Allen. I was like, ‘Wow, this is Keenan Allen.’ Not a lot of rookies get the chance to practice against someone like that, let alone someone who went undrafted right off the bat. I went up against Keenan and Tyrell Williams, and it was so surreal. I’m happy to get the opportunity to show what I can do.”
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