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Football fans and Fantasy Footballers know that there is NO Offseason in the NFL, so Jim and Pete are back with the first of a series of Fantasy Football Podcasts of the “NFL Draft variety.” Tune in and you’ll get an in depth analysis on Pete’s most first batch of scouting reports on this year’s crop of Rookie Targets. Jim and Pete kick it off with a lot of focus on a Runningback rich draft class, some of the top Wide Receiver talent and touch on the top Quarterbacks, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. Enjoy!
England backs over the years, because for the most part, they’ve been a pretty secure group -- Corey Dillon, BenJarvus Green - Ellis and Danny Woodhead had some of the lowest fumbles per touch in recent league history. From 2004 through 2006
couldn't get off the field at the critical moment. Twelve plays later, they again failed to get off the field as BenJarvus Green - Ellis plunged into the end zone on a fourth-down run. When your team scores six total points, it's easy to rip
No matter what you call them, at one time or another over the last 13 years, Antowain Smith, Corey Dillon, BenJarvus Green - Ellis and Stevan Ridley all established themselves as the No. 1 running back with the Patriots. While none of them
his three years in New England on 805 touches -- an extraordinary rate of one fumble for every 100.6 touches. BenJarvus Green - Ellis was the lead back for the Patriots in 2010 and 2011, and in that time he had 431 touches and didn
followed up his franchise-record 1,635 rushing yards in 2004 with 733 yards the following season, while BenJarvus Green - Ellis had 1,008 rushing yards in 2010 and 667 yards in 2011.) And two, despite the fact that Ridley is only the 28th
turnover at the position really stands out. Over the last 10 seasons, six different backs (Gray, Ridley, BenJarvus Green - Ellis , Laurence Maroney , Sammy Morris and Corey Dillon) have led the Patriots in rushing yards — in that span, only
One thing that certainly stood out about that game was the fact that the Patriots were really trying to help BenJarvus Green - Ellis to the 1,000-yard rushing mark on the season. Green-Ellis ended up hitting the plateau in the second half
Cardinals) have had more. Corey Dillon (2004-2006), Laurence Maroney (2007, 2009), Sammy Morris (2008), BenJarvus Green - Ellis (2010-2011) and Stevan Ridley (2012-2013). And now, with Ridley on the shelf the rest of the
provide exemplary special teams skills take a roster spot. In year’s past, players like Dane Fletcher and BenJarvus Green - Ellis got their intro into the league through special teams, and then used that entry to go on to bigger and better
Lousaka Polite also had it for the 20 minutes or so he was in New England. 42: Cornerback Travis Hawkins — BenJarvus Green - Ellis did No. 42 proud when he was in New England. 45: Linebacker Cameron Gordon — Dont’ a Hightower had the number before