Jerry Rice, Hall of Fame wide receiver, was named by the NFL as the greatest player in the history of the sport. His playing days with Hall of Fame quarterbacks Joe Montana and Steve Young are well documented, but during a previous interview on Pro Football Now, Rice said he wishes he could suit up […]
Through the good, the bad, and the ugly, the Jets stand at 9-5. A great improvement from a downright abysmal 2014 season, but after an offseason filled with roster upgrades, we can all agree it’s a playoff-or-bust year. However, the point of this article is to not voice my opinions on Jets’ playoff scenarios (for those, follow @RDH_Jets), it is to talk about the use of Jet’s players in daily fantasy for the upcoming two weeks. The good thing about choosing Jets in DFS is that you can guarantee the team will not choose to rest any players in upcoming matchups. The bad thing is the Jets face off against an always-tough Patriots team and the Bills, who will be treating Week 17 as their Super Bowl.
With the recent uproar of unsportsmanlike conduct penalties in the NFL and beyond, I have decided to commit my time to go over some of the keys to what defines Unsportsmanlike conduct in the NFL.
To start, I would like to go over the all-stars when it comes to touchdowns dances, on field antics. Etc. In my lifetime there have been 5: Randy Moss, Joe Horn, Terrell Owens, Ickey Woods & St. Louis Rams which most people forget about. As a Packer fan it was hard to see Randy do that to us in the great venue we call the Frozen Tundra however, years later I find what he did hilarious and entertaining. We realize how harmless this was compared to Odell Beckham Jr. getting threatened with a bat last week against the Panthers. Joe Horn keeping a cell phone in the goal post was another one that was eye opening and hilarious although poor Joe had to pay $30,000 for that one phone call. My point is the players in the 90’s and early 2000’s had the flare to make us viewers at home laugh with their antics after the play compared to the players now that I like to call showboat.
Karl Klug – NT/DT TEN – $4,5000 VS HOU: Klug has had 2 good games with a SK in the each of the last 2 games and he had 3 Solos, 2 AST, 1 TFL, 1 SK, 1 QBHit on 24/33% of the snaps when he played NE who gives up the fewest PTs to DTs. And he has HOU this week that gives up the most PTs to DTs.
The NFL season is winding down and it has been an interesting ride. We have seen plenty of up’s with teams like the Patriots and Panthers dominating their conferences. We have also all witnessed the downs with the AFC South and NFC East playing “Who’s the Best of the Worst”. It’s a fun contest these two divisions are playing where they see who can have the worst record and still have a home playoff game. These divisions are poor, both in their respective divisions and in fantasy football. Outside of a handful of players and the Jaguar offense (yes, those Jaguars from Jacksonville) there have not been many players worth using weekly in your DFS lineup.