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Each week, TSN.ca Fantasy Editor Scott Cullen and NFL Editors Ben Fisher and Mitch Ward discuss three hot fantasy football topics. 1) What type of production do you expect out of Trent Richardson now that hes in the Colts offence? Cullen: I wouldnt get carried away with expectations for Richardson because the Colts also have Ahmad Bradshaw in the backfield. Richardson may have better opportunities to run in Indianapolis, with a better offence surrounding him, and that could lead to better than the 3.6 yards per carry he averaged in Cleveland last season, but I dont necessarily see Richardson with an increase on the 318 touches or 12 touchdowns he had as a rookie. Ward: Richardsons stock certainly goes up with a move from Cleveland to Indianapolis but I still wouldnt expect elite RB1 production. On the positive side, Richardson should get substantially better blocking than he had been getting in Cleveland which means he should be able to do more with his touches and improve his sub-standard yards per carry. However, Richardson also has to share the Colts backfield with the very capable, but injury prone, Ahmad Bradshaw. As long as Bradshaw stays healthy, he will command a decent share of the touches which limits Richardsons upside. Unless Bradshaw goes down for a significant stretch I dont see Richardson as anything more than a low-end RB1 or solid RB2. Fisher: All the debate last week was who won the Richardson trade; is he really an elite running back? While he passes the eye test and was a top draft pick, his numbers suggest otherwise. While Im still out on Richardsons value as a real running back in Indy, I really like him as a fantasy RB. Richardson was a Top 10 back last season and should see his 2013 numbers rise as he gets more opportunities to score playing in a far more potent offence. The only thing stopping me short of adding Richardson to the group of elite fantasy running backs is Ahmad Bradshaw. The injury-prone Bradshaw is a talented runner that will warrant his share of touches. But if Bradshaws wonky foot starts acting up again, Richardsons opportunities – and numbers – should really take off. 2) Can anyone, regardless of position, catch Peyton Manning as the top fantasy points producer this year? Cullen: Not if he keeps playing like this, but since Manning is not likely to throw more than 60 touchdowns passes (his current pace is 64), hes due to come back to the pack, at least a little, and other top quarterbacks like Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees could still push Manning. Id also keep the Philadelphia Eagles in mind. LeSean McCoy is off to a phenomenal start and, even though he struggled last week, Michael Vick still ranks second to Manning in fantasy points. Ward: Absolutely. Were only three weeks into the season and a lot can change between now and Week 17. Manning is great, has a ton of weapons to work with in Denver and could easily stay on top for the whole season but its just to early to tell. There are a few other pretty good quarterbacks like Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers capable of going off on any given Sunday and closing the gap quickly. Im not ready to hand Manning the title yet. Fisher: No chance. The top five scorers each of the past two years in most formats have been quarterbacks, so that trend is likely to continue for this season. Maybe Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees catch him, but theyre already 15-20 points behind and the Denver Broncos offence, with Manning at the helm, has looked virtually unstoppable through the first three weeks of the season. They dont get to play the Oakland Raiders every week, but its hard to see Manning having a slow day against any defence right now. 3) Is it time to give up on New England Patriots RB Stevan Ridley? Cullen: I wouldnt necessarily abandon all hope with Ridley, but he may be at the tipping point in the next week or two. Right now, hes maybe a Flex option as bye weeks start to affect fantasy rosters or he could even sit on your bench if you have more reliable runners -- which shouldnt be hard, he ranks outside the Top 50 running backs through the first three weeks. However, its not as though there is one locked-down replacement who is going to bump Ridley from the Patriots backfield, so if he makes the most of his opportunities, Ridley could still pull back ahead of LeGarrette Blount and Brandon Bolden to have some fantasy relevance. Ward: If you bet on Ridley to have a big season and took him as your RB1 youre probably not off to a very good start. And while I wouldnt want to be relying on Ridley to bounce back and save my season, I wont completely write him off either. Despite the lack of production he is still the Patriots top back and will see the majority of snaps on early downs. The Patriots offence is also starting to come together and will be bolstered by the returns of Rob Gronkowski and Danny Amendola in the near future. As the passing game improves, more lanes should open up for Ridley in the run game as well. I see him as a decent RB2 for the rest of the season and wouldnt hesitate to grab him for pennies on the dollar in a trade. Fisher: In short, yes. Ridley was actually lauded this week for his pass protection play last weekend but that means nothing in fantasy. What matters is that he now appears in a timeshare with LeGarrette Blount, who received three more carries than Ridley last week. And with Rob Gronkowski on the verge of a return, red zone opportunities will be even more limited for the RB. If you have room on your bench then Ridley is worth storing based on his strong 2012, but for now there are more intriguing options on the waiver wire that should see more carries. Abby Dahlkemper Jersey . Its the games against the leagues struggling franchises that have proved to be an issue. Rose Lavelle Jersey .Y. - Referee Ed Hochuli referred to replay official Tom Sifferman by his nickname Jungle Boy, which was heard on the in-stadium microphone during the Arizona Cardinals-Carolina Panthers NFC wild-card game Saturday. http://www.socceruswntshop.ценз/crystal-dunn-usa-jersey/.ценз) - Former New York Mets general manager Omar Minaya is joining the Major League Baseball Players Association staff as a senior advisor to executive director Tony Clark. Lynn Williams Jersey . Kyle Denbrook, a soccer player from Saint Marys University, took the CIS male athlete of the week honour. Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday. Allie Long Jersey . Both sides of the deal have formally announced acquisitions: TFC introduced Jozy Altidore as a designated player on Friday, while their counterparts announced a three-and-a-half-year deal with Jermain Defoe.SANTA CLARA, Calif. - San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York is tired of the legal troubles involving his team, hinting Monday that the standards slipped under former coach Jim Harbaugh while pointing the blame at everybody involved including himself.As the off-field problems and arrests mounted, Harbaugh stood and spoke for the franchise each time — exactly how the front office wanted it. He handled the tough questions and all the mundane day-to-day dealings in between.The 49ers had 10 arrests involving six different players since January 2012, most in the NFL.There are things that I didnt necessarily like — Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, that you dont speak more loudly on because you win, York said. And thats my failure. There were things that in conversations that we had, I know what my gut was. And we had conversations and we did things that probably didnt jell well with who I am. And I would rather do the things that we need to, but stay at the level of class that I expect of the San Francisco 49ers. And this isnt shooting at Jim and saying, Jim made all these decisions. I want you to clearly hear that.Broadly referred to as philosophical differences, the issues between York and Harbaugh ultimately were too great to maintain a winning relationship.That is Yorks take on what transpired anyway. He and general manager Trent Baalke addressed Harbaughs departure a day later in what the owner reiterated was a mutual decision.York wouldnt elaborate on his chat with Harbaugh or what they didnt agree upon during the coachs successful four-year tenure that included three straight NFC championship game appearances and a runner-up showing in the Super Bowl after the 2012 season.Weve had philosophical discussions and when we sat down we just couldnt come to a place where we thought moving (on) together was the best for either party, York said. We didnt win the Super Bowl. If we dont win the Super Bowl, were not executing. Our mission is very simple: The San Francisco 49ers win with class. We havent won, and I dont think weve conducted ourselves with the level of class that I expect of our organization. Weve had off-the-field issues. Thats going to happen in sports. The level that its happened here is not acceptable.Harbaugh, meanwhile, was long gone already and poised to be formally introduced by his alma mater,, Michigan.dddddddddddd He didnt return messages seeking comment as photos emerged of him arriving in Detroit.York said he understands if fans are frustrated that the team parted ways with Harbaugh given the successful turnaround since his high-profile hiring in January 2011 and with one year left on his $25 million, five-year deal. Harbaugh was free to sign anywhere, York said.Jim is a very good football coach. I certainly understand why our fans would want him to stay, York said. Theyre upset, I get it.Players cleaned out lockers, and began fielding questions about what they want in a new coach. Several said theyd love someone a lot like Harbaugh.Of the expected internal candidates, defensive line coach Jim Tomsula and defensive co-ordinator Vic Fangio, there is support for both. Neither York nor Baalke would say who they might interview in what they called an upcoming 7-10 day period. All the assistant coaches were still employed as of Monday, York and Baalke said.Arizona defensive co-ordinator Todd Bowles and Seattle defensive co-ordinator Dan Quinn also are expected to receive interviews, Quinn perhaps as early as this week given the Seahawks have a bye as the NFCs No. 1 overall playoff seed. Patriots offensive co-ordinator Josh McDaniels is likely to get an interview.Were going to take as long as necessary to make sure we have the right person in place, Baalke said. We were 8-8 this year. There are no excuses. It starts with me. ... This isnt a rebuild situation, this is a reload situation.York and Baalke met with the players Monday as everybody parted ways for an earlier off-season than anyone expected following a disappointing 8-8 season that began with Super Bowl aspirations. They expressed the need for accountability.Sometimes things dont work out, and its a business, fullback Bruce Miller said. They make those decisions. But we had a great time with him and loved playing for him.Now, the players are preparing for whoever might be their next leader.Hes going to have to have pretty much everything that Jim Harbaugh had, tight end Vernon Davis said, because he was good. He was really good. If you look at who we were, our identity, in the beginning before Harbaugh even got here, we were pretty much nothing.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.ценз/AP_NFL Cheap NFL Black Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Hoodies Cheap NFL Autographed Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys 2020 Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping ' ' '
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