2013's Worst QB . . yup!

One of my favorite post is the cutting room floor articles form the Hot Stove.   Every Saturday, Chris and I go back and forth on anywhere from 20 to 40 news items and observations form local beat writer contacts.  This week, we stumbled along on a lot for free agency talk and missed a lot of our feed points.    I do love it when that happens because I can spin it out her for all of you unchallenged by the “homerism” of the Patriuot view on life. . . . . aka Chris.    See, already taking shots with no comebacks, grand.

Ahh, yes UK is awesome, 5 freshman taking down the Red Cards to get into the elite 8,  whoops, sorry, FOOTBALL!!!

The Redskins are after D JAx,  I love D Jax, but doesn’t this feel like the Nations Capital going after Albert Haynesworth all over again?  Don’t get me wiring, D Jax is 50 x the player Haynesworth was in his best year, but this franchise simply does not get it.  One of the best WR rookie pools in 10 years, get some coachable, value priced rookies with talent for wither of the QB’s on their team.  Not a player with some team chemistry issues

Chris Johnson, RB, Titans, remains in limbo.  The Jets and Raiders were two possible targets, now that the Raiders have MJD the choices narrow.   I am sending so many positive waves to get CJ out of Tennessee for one reason.  The possibility, albeit remover, that Shonne Green becomes fantasy relevant, pounds out 1,000 yards and 6 TD is simply put the best Christmas gift I could get.  I would remind Chris every week for 6 months,  yes he really thinks Green is worthless, . . I don’t.

The Titans continue to put on spin on how great things are going for Jaek Locker in his foot rehab.   That’s to bad, because it doesn’t matter how healthy his foot is, the team will still end up with Charlie Whitehurst at QB, either thru poor play or re-injury.

What do Mike Glennon, Jason Campbell and Joe Flacco all have in common?   They are the 3 worst QB’s in the league last year for failed completions.   What’s a failed completion, any completion that fails dot gain enough yards to be considered a successful play.  Tune in next week , we’ll talk about those nuts at FO, and how they come up with this stuff.

The Atlanta coaching staff is trying to put a nice bow on Steven Jackson for next year, all giddy about the 6 TD’s in the last 6 games.   That’s great Mike, (Mike Smith Head Coach), except he is over 30, has a ton of miles, has the tightest hamstring besides Miles Austin, and only player 12 games last year.  Pass the ball Mike, see – Julio Run , See Julio Catch, See Julio Score.

MJD is a Raider,  book this, as of week 7 Run DMC will be catch DMC and that’s it.   There wis no chance , none that a player like McFadden will upstage a complete NFL player like MJD.  I love what this does for Schaub.   That means I love the early asking price for James Jones,  Denarius Moore and one of my favorite huge upside sleeper TE’s at this point – Mychal Rivera.    Please note, UNDER NO SITUATION SHOULD ANY DEPTH CHART HAVE MCFADDEN ABOVE MJD.

Cleveland Brown WR Josh Gordan said he believes the team will select a QB with the 4th overall pick in the draft, but is unsure which QB the team will select.  Josh, not the best way to set yourself up with Brian Hoyer, existing QB.  PS – The Browns will take the best player on the board and it won’t be a QB.  Expect, OT or DE.

Baltimore Ravens RB, Ray Rice was indicted on 3rd degree aggravated assault charges  on March 27th for last months fight at an Atlantic City casino.  The charges are real and carry a 3-5 year prison term.  Keep an eye on this, this could eventually lead to a suspension.  Adam S form ESPN concurs . . .that’s not good.

Minnesota Viking head coach Mike Zimmer called Texas A & M Qb Johnny Manziel;s pro day a “sideshow”.  “It was different” Zimmer said.  (Source: Fort Worth Telegram – Charean Williams).   Hey Mike, 1) All pro days for 1st round prospects are sideshows.  2) Head coach public comments on draft pro sects are side shows and frequently littered with misinformation.  The Vikes, need a QB, a high profile, fan inspiring QB, a franchise face . . . . ” Here’s Johnny ! “

 

March 29th, 2014

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Steve Smith is the lone Fantasy Playmaker on Carolina outside Newton?

Every Saturday Chris and I run the Hot Stove, Fantasy Football’s Fastest 30 minutes of news on the Radio and Web.  An important clarification, this news is not punctuated with any of the week’s most popular stories. Our intent is to stay away from news which has been regurgitated about 50 times from 50 sources.  Honestly, haven’t we heard enough about Tim Tebow and Geno Smith for example?

Well, the show goes pretty fast and we never seem to fit all our news into the show.  So, we end up with news that just falls to the cutting room floor.

I have threatened for a year to have some special shows, the Hot Stove Cutting Room floor, but then a great idea came to me.

I can post each week’s cutting room floor here, alone, in a vacuum and Chris, via his silence will agree with everything I say . . . . . lovely.

So, here is this week’s Hot Stove Cutting Room Floor.

Panthers OC Mike Shula believes emotional “balance” is critical to Cam Newton taking a significant step forward this year

I would disagree, Cam Newton’s success depends on the paltry supporting cast the Panthers have assembled for him.   Honestly, Jonathan Stewart the oft injured RB, DeAngelo Williams heavily rumored to to be exiting, Wide Receivers Ted Ginn, Brandon LaFell, Domenik Hixon, are not rosterable in almost any league and these are the WR 2,3,4 canidates.  Greg Olson is a stud here and that is why.   The only NFL supporting cast Newton has is Steve Smith.  In fantasy leagues, passing heavy leagues and rushing heavy Newton will be a beast, but he won’t win many games.   Sleeper alert, rookie RB Kenjon Barner to replace Williams.

 

Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio says the team will continue to move LB Von Miller around even with Elvis Dumerville gone.

Good news for IDP fantasy owners, Von Miller will be utilized as the play maker for this defense.  DL Terrance Knighton and rookie Sylvester Williams are superb space hogs who will occupy blockers creating free space for Miller.   Robert Ayers, DE will be given the task to create pressure opposite Miller, and is up to the task.

 

Jets RB Mike Goodson was arrested for five charges including marijuana position and weapons violations.

Music to the ears of fantasy prospectors, Goodson’s arrest results in the skyrocket value of Chris Ivory.   A month ago flyers were discussed on RB Bilal Powell, no longer a flyer, ne is now a legit canidate as a sleeper.   The real question is how effective can any Jet RB be with that offense.

 

Kendall Wright has dedicated himself to eating “right” this off-season and has dropped 14 lbs as a result.

The Fantasy Depth Chart Olympics are just a few months away and Wright will be a favorite.   Kendall is staring down the double barrel of OPPORTUNITY.  I would bet on Britt fouling up yet another year and Wright  taking full advantage.

Owner/GM Jerry Jones says Dez Bryant has “certainly matured.”

Rookie WR Terrance Williams, has a great impact to Dez Bryant also.   All the stars are lined up for Dez, he is the Cowboys playmaker now, alone, atop the hill.  Ausitn just cannot stay on the field at or near 80%.   Felix Jones has  been sent packing and DeMarco Murray suffers from Miles Austin disease,  destined to never play  full schedule , let alone at or near peak physical condition.   Rookie RB Joseph Randle is a fantastic playmaker that will draw attnetion from Safeties.  The Rookie TE Escobar further helps spreading out defenses along with the much malinged Rookie Center Travis Frederick.   While it was easy for many “draft review experts”  to condemn the Cowboys draft make note, the draft is packed with fantasy gems and impacts to existing starters.  Dez will be worthy of his draft rank this year, if not more.

 

Rookie Kiko Alonso & Nigel Bradham lined up as the Bills starting ILBs in minicamp.

Follow Chris during the summer, he will line you up with several near zero cost IDP tackle studs to take at the end of your drafts.   Rookie Kiko Alonso will be one of them, with the Bills struggles on offensse this year, Kiko will be on the field for a tremendousn amount of plays.

During his transition from DE to OLB Brandon Graham is down to 260 lbs from last years 275.

Graham will burst onto the scene this year, as an IDP big play star.  Dropping 6% of his weight as an athlete for a new coach and scheme spells – V A L U E

 

Steve Smith says that he “wouldn’t let Mark Sanchez throw me a paper bag sandwich.”

I think Steve just jinxed himelf.

May 18th, 2013

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Every Saturday Chris and I run the Hot Stove, Fantasy Football’s Fastest 30 minutes of news on the Radio and Web.  An important clarification, this news is not punctuated with any of the week’s most popular stories. Our intent is to stay away from news which has been regurgitated about 50 times from 50 sources.  Honestly, haven’t we heard enough about Tim Tebow and Geno Smith for example?

 Well, the show goes pretty fast and we never seem to fit all our news into the show.  So, we end up with news that just falls to the cutting room floor.

 I have threatened for a year to have some special shows, the Hot Stove Cutting Room floor, but then a great idea came to me.

 I can post each week’s cutting room floor here, alone, in a vacuum and Chris, via his silence will agree with everything I say . . . . . lovely.  

 So, here is this week’s Hot Stove Cutting Room Floor.

 Jaguars beat writer Ryan O’Halloran named undrafted WR Tobias Palmer to his “all rookie camp team”

This is significant, tune into the AllPurposeRoto Depth Chart Olympics to find out why, but essentially, a terrible team, an offense behind all the time, a suspended Blackman, equals opportunity.   Getting this kid on the cheap you might look like a weird wizard come week 3.

 Owner Woody Johnson said second-round QB Geno Smith “got a very high score” from the Jets in intangibles.

Well, at least Woody has learned that if you publicly put down a QB on your own team all you do is hurt his value and cause emotional stress.   All I want to know is what a “high score” is, and do the intangibles have anything to do with handling the New York media.

 Vikings GM Rick Spielman gives Christian Ponder “just as much credit for getting us in the playoffs” as Adrian Peterson.

This comment is ever so disappointing.  So early in the year to have the dumbest thing said all year.

 errr. . . . .  check that . . . .

 When commenting on the Raiders QB situation Terrelle Pryor said that “cream rises to the top.”

Cream spoils, talent improves

 During his transition from DE to OLB Brandon Graham is down to 260 lbs from last years 275.

IDP watch out, plenty of opportunity for Graham this year, but I think he is a trade option before camp. 

Covered on the podcast but very worthy of note:

 Pro Football Focus reports that Frank Gore faced eight defenders in the box more than any other running back last season. While Mikel Leshoure faced 8 men the least.

 What does this mean to fantasy GM’s?  Colin will get many opportunities to beat defenses in 1 on 1 coverages.  Reggie Bush will make a lot more of the opportunities running vs pass defenses than Mikel LeShoure ever did.  

Saints RB Pierre Thomas said when Sean Payton came back that he told the team “there’s going to be more focus this year on that ground game than any year.”

We have been saying it for 5 months . . . . . Anger is a potent Motivation.  The Saints are more than angry.

Chris Johnson expects the Titans to sport a “run-first offense” in 2013.

The Titans no sport the best pair of guards in the NFL, or at least one of the top 4 pairs in the league. Chris Johnson will have no more excuses.   Chris likes the look here, I am good with it but I have Shonn Greene nightmares.

The Good Humor Department:

New Titans TE Delanie Walker is hoping to catch 70 passes in 2013.

The don’t fall into the rookie hype Department:

Eagles second-round TE Zach Ertz will not participate in OTAs until his class graduates.

Late graduations results in limited practice, puts Zach behind in a tough playbook, buyer beware.

May 12th, 2013

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After all the mass paranoia & general pessimism months ago, week 1 is here and on time. Enjoy the weekend and watch as much football as you can, but remember oftentimes the worst thing you can do after week 1 is over-react to what happened in week 1. It’s a long season and one good week doesn’t necessarily make for a good season.

Here are the Week 1 edition of Questions and Vibrations; who do I have a good feeling about, who do I have a bad feeling about and what question am I asking going into each game?

 

Atlanta at Chicago

Question: How much is Michael Turner going to get used? If the Falcons overuse him I don’t think he’s lasting all year.

Good Vibes: Regardless of the outcome, Matt Ryan will be having a good day.

Bad Vibes: Atlanta’s improved pass rush is going to make things tough for Jay Cutler

Cincinnati at Cleveland

Question: Is Peyton Hillis the outlier to the Madden Curse?

Good Vibes: Evan Moore

Bad Vibes: Why did you draft Cedric Benson?

Buffalo at Kansas City

Question: Just how responsible was Charlie Weis for the Chiefs success last year?

Good Vibes: Dwayne Bowe

Bad Vibes: Steve Johnson

Philadelphia at St. Louis

Question: Has Sam Bradford had enough time with Josh McDaniels offense to avoid a sophomore slump?

Good Vibes: Danny Amendola

Bad Vibes: DeSean Jackson

Detroit at Tampa Bay

Question: Is Javhid Best a number one Running Back, or just a dangerous situational player?

Good Vibes: Mike Williams

Bad Vibes: Matt Stafford

Tennessee at Jacksonville

Question: Why exactly do people think that because Maurice Jones Drew’s best Quarterback was cut that it’s a good thing for him?

Good Vibes: Jared Cook

Bad Vibes: MJD

Pittsburgh at Baltimore

Question: Everyone said Joe Flacco needed a deep threat, now he has two. Will it even matter?

Good Vibes: Anquan Boldin

Bad Vibes: Ray Rice

Indianapolis at Houston

Question: Are Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark & Joseph Addai good players without Peyton Manning?

Good Vibes: Ben Tate

Bad Vibes: Dallas Clark

NY Giants at Washington

Question: Is Mike Shanahan setting us all up for a serious fall with all the Tim Hightower hype?

Good Vibes: Tim Hightower

Bad Vibes: Eli Manning

Seattle at San Francisco

Question: On one sideline we have a team that talked themselves into signing Tavaris Jackson and making him a starter, on the other a team decided after 6 years of mediocrity with Alex Smith that they couldn’t wait to see what was going to happen in season 7. Somehow, these two teams reside in the same division. Is the NFC West even worse than last year?

Good Vibes: Vernon Davis

Bad Vibes: Zach Miller

Minnesota at San Diego

Question: What happens when the two worst special teams units in the league butt heads?

Good Vibes: Percy Harvin

Bad Vibes: Ryan Matthews

Carolina at Arizona

Question: Even if Kevin Kolb is as bad as the reports have been out of Cardinals camp, he’s still a major upgrade over Derek Anderson right?

Good Vibes: Todd Heap

Bad Vibes: DeAngelo Williams

Dallas at NY Jets

Question: When will Rex Ryan finally open up and really let us know what he’s thinking?

Good Vibes: Dustin Keller

Bad Vibes: Miles Austin

New England at Miami

Question: Will the Patriots struggles in Miami spell doom for fantasy owners this week?

Good Vibes: Aaron Hernandez

Bad Vibes: Reggie Bush

Oakland at Denver

Question: We’re headed to Running Back by committee hell with John Fox all over again aren’t we?

Good Vibes: Willis McGahee

Bad Vibes: Jacoby Ford

September 8th, 2011

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Since we mentioned it on tonight’s podcast, here’s the article on Jamaal Charles potentially having a down year in 2011. The article was originally posted on 1/12/11.

 

1/12/2011: Recently when I was asked to rank the top 5 players for 2011 I ranked Jamaal Charles 3rd.  Upon further reflection, I’m not so sure if I had a top 5 pick I would take him today.  I’ve said in the past that a key to winning your league is minimizing risk and I believe that several factors make Charles a risky pick in the top 5.  The major thing that Charles has going for him in 2011 is that he only had 4 tds in 2010 and should be going up in 2011.

This year Charles joined OJ Simpson, Barry Sanders and Jim Brown as the only modern era Running Backs to rush for 1,000 yards and rush for better than 6 yards per carry.  Each player in the year following didn’t struggle, but saw their yards per carry take a pretty large drop.

On average, each player saw about a 26% drop-off from their previous yards per carry average. His number would still be great, but if the Chiefs don’t plan on using him in the red zone, that would certainly hurt.  Now, the main difference between these three and Charles is that he did not have anywhere near the workload that they did this year.  The three averaged 319 carries in the season they averaged 6 yards per carry or better, so their “down year” (by their previous standards anyway) could be attributed to a heavy workload catching up to them.  Charles only saw 230 rushes in 2010.

The Chiefs insistence to limit Charles touches didn’t change in the playoffs and if anything it would seem that someone in the Chiefs organization has Charles on a pitch count.  Charles only received an average of 16 touches per game and had more than 18 only 6 times.  You can debate on if that is wise or not, but it’s the only explanation as to why the Chiefs continued to feed the far inferior Thomas Jones the ball.

The biggest factor on Charles’ production is the strength of the Chiefs opponents.  Being a division winner the Chiefs will face a much more difficult schedule in 2011.  At home they’ll see Denver, Oakland, San Diego, Buffalo, Miami, Pittsburgh, Green Bay & Minnesota. While on the road they’ll be visiting, Denver, Oakland, San Diego, New England, New York (Jets), Indianapolis, Chicago & Detroit. It’s a slate that looks like it will be much tougher than the opponents they faced this year that only won 43% of their games, so Charles may find his running lanes to be much smaller.

Really what it comes down to is that averaging 6.38 yards on every rush is setting expectation unattainably high and it would be extremely tough to keep it up. Though he’s averaged 6 yards per carry for the 3 years he’s been in the NFL, in 2011 he’ll face the toughest opponents and the most attention he’s ever seen.

 

Revisited comments 9/5/11: The Chiefs seemingly will continue to use Charles as they did last year. LaRon McClain & Thomas Jones will be in line for red zone carries ahead of Jamaal. Add this to the fact that Tony Moeaki is out for the year and Matt Cassel hurt (and had a terrible preseason) and it’s starting to look like the Chiefs are in for a major downward spiral this year. Charles is definitely a risky proposition right now.

September 5th, 2011

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July 6th, 2011

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5. Which Packer Running Back should we draft?

The Packers coaching staff has continued to talk up James Starks, including calling him “a poor man’s Adrian Peterson.” Meanwhile, Ryan Grant’s cap number is high & although he’s been productive that may have been a result of his teammates & coaches based off his low number of broken tackles. Add in the fact that Starks is a better pass protector than Grant & it would seem that the best case scenario for Grant would be a 50-50 split. Alex Green, though talented is a rookie and it will take time for him to learn the team’s offense and refine his pass blocking technique. If you’re in a deep league I wouldn’t blame you for stashing all the Packer Running Backs, but if you’re only betting on one my recommendation is Starks.

4. Can Peyton Hillis avoid the Madden Curse?

Hillis’ broke down due to overuse last year. The team is saying all the right things about working in Montario Hardesty to lighten Hillis’ load. If Hardesty once again succumbs to injury the Browns need to ensure that they use the rest of their backfield instead of once again increasing Hillis’ workload. People are definitely down on Hillis right now, but he has two bankable skills for fantasy owners, he is excellent in short yardage and is a great route runner with excellent hands. Throw in the fact that Hillis’ number one priority this off-season has been to increase his ball security and though he might not be a top 3-5 Running Back again, he can still be a difference maker for fantasy teams in a short yardage/passing down role.

3. Can Maurice Jones-Drew get another good season out of his bone on bone knee?

People are being very quick to believe that MJD’s bone on bone knee condition is nothing to worry about. The term “bone on bone” typically is a good signal that the end is near for a player’s career. Add in the fact that MJD originally said he began running again in April, only to later contradict himself and say that he wasn’t running until June and I’m officially worried. Some will point to the fact that Jones-Drew originally suffered the injury in the preseason and was still a top fantasy Running Back, but keep in mind that Jones-Drew only faced 2 top 10 run defenses last year. Also, if the team doesn’t go with David Garrard as their starting QB all year and Blaine Gabbert gets a shot Jones-Drew will face a more than his fair share of 8 and 9 man fronts. If the team wants to limit the stress on MJD’s knee they should sprinkle in a dose of Rashad Jennings to help prolong the career of their Pro Bowl Running back. With all this, Jones-Drew’s ADP of 1.08 is a bit too rich for my blood.

2. Is Austin Collie worth the risk?

If healthy, Austin Collie would easily be a top 5-10 WR. Unfortunately based of the fact that Collie suffered 3 concussions in 6 weeks it’s tough for me to think that he’s going to remain concussion free going forward. Typically this type of concern would drop him into a range that I would gauge as a reasonable value. At this point it would seem not seeing how his current ADP in Draftmaster leagues is 42. It’s very hard for me to invest a late 3rd or early 4rth round pick in a guy that’s such a gigantic injury risk. It would seem that Collie thrives running routes in the middle of the field and is best used in the slot and unfortunately that is the most dangerous area of the field.

1. Is Matt Stafford finally healthy?

Think about the Detroit offense as a whole. With Stafford’s arm strength and overall ability it would completely open up the field and the gameplan. The team is full of relevant fantasy players; Calvin Johnson, Jahvid Best, Mikel Leshoure, Titus Young, Nate Burleson, Brandon Pettigrew and Tony Sheffler all get major bumps in value if Stafford is healthy. The team and Stafford both are saying that this is the healthiest he’s been since he came into the league and if that’s the case we may be looking at a dynamic group of fantasy players on the Lions roster. Don’t forget that the Lions play in a dome, so that’s 8 climate controlled games that they’ll play on a fast track that will really bring out the athleticism of Johnson, Best & Young. It might not end up being the greatest show on turf, but there is a ton of potential value to be had from this Lions offense.

July 5th, 2011

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July 4th, 2011

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July 4th, 2011

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July 3rd, 2011

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July 2nd, 2011

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June 29th, 2011

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June 23rd, 2011

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June 22nd, 2011

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June 20th, 2011

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