Friday, June 05, 2015

FSF Top 100 Players – #96 Haloti Ngata – First Stop Fantasy

Coming in at #96 on the First Stop Fantasy Top 100 Players of 2015 is…Detroit Lions Defensive Tackle Haloti Ngata. Ngata was voted as the #82 “Top Players of 2015” by his peers in the NFL for NFL.com but comes in a little lower on the FirstStopFantasy.com Top 100 Players of 2015. Ngata’s age, position, and lack of flashy numbers may work against him, but he remains a dominant presence on the interior defensive line. Look for Ngata to continue his dominance against offensive guards and centers as he transitions to the NFC in 2015. How do you feel about Haloti Ngata's ranking? Too Low? Just Right? Too High?

FSF Top 100 Players – #96 Haloti Ngata – First Stop Fantasy

Have the New England Patriots figured out what they’re doing at running back? | New England Patriots

New England went into the offseason with their 2011 duo of running backs, Shane Vereen and Stevan Ridley, unsigned and free to sign with another team as unrestricted free agents. Vereen quickly cashed in with the New York Giants on a multi-year deal. His receiving skills out of the backfield should be a boon for quarterback Eli Manning in New York.
Stevan Ridley missed the last 10 games of 2014 with a knee injury and was on the market a while. Ridley eventually got a one-year, “prove-it” deal from the New York Jets and will fight for a roster spot. The Patriots’ front office seemed unconcerned about losing their two prohibitive starters at running back for the past few seasons, mainly due to their depth at the position.
Let’s examine that depth:

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Have the New England Patriots figured out what they’re doing at running back? | New England Patriots

Musketfire: New England Patriots: Biggest Year Two Impact Offense

As New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is keen to say, the biggest step from skill position players comes from year one to year two. It is literally the make or break season. This applies not just to rookies but to veterans in the unique New England Patriots offense.

Who are the players who were new in 2014 and now may be a big impact player as they enter year two with the Patriots?

New England Patriots: Biggest Year Two Impact Offense

New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints: Game Two Preview and Prediction

Everything you need to know to be ready for the Patriots and Saints game. New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints: Game Two Preview...