Hope everyone had a great Father’s Day if they are one, an everyone else had a nice, mellow weekend filled with BBQ and Superman movies.
Today we have a piece at Bleacher Report on what we have seen in mini-camps and how it might affect the 2013 Fantasy Football season.
As always, find an excerpt below and please head over to B/R and read the piece in it’s entirety.
The Jets Quarterback Situation Still Should Be Avoided
Even subtracting David Garrard from the battle for supremacy under center isn’t going to help any fantasy owner here.
Well, perhaps it’s more useful to look at it this way: What we saw in minicamp says that this is a situation to stay away from at all costs, yet again.
Sanchez has struggled consistently for the past few years, and Smith is a rookie who will need at least a year to get acclimated to the NFL game.
On top of that, we’re not talking about an offense with mounds of catching talent. Santonio Holmes hasn’t been the No. 1 receiver the team hoped he would be, Jeremy Kerley is dynamic but limited, Stephen Hill is inconsistent and the tight end position is still unresolved.
Well, perhaps Kellen Winslow has upside, but he also has two battered knees.
This isn’t something new, but it is a great reminder that, from a fantasy standpoint, players in the Jets passing offense—especially the quarterbacks—should be avoided.
Again, check out the whole piece at Bleacher Report and thanks for stopping by.