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Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buffalo Bills - The "genius" of the NFL, Fitzpatrick has clearly demonstrated through four weeks that not only is he book-smart, he's also a fully capable and competent leader. Granted, his Week 4 line, (20 Cmp, 34 Att, 199 Yds, 0 TDs, 0 Int) is not what fantasy owners were hoping for. Nor was the outcome of the game the way the Bills and their fans had hoped it to be. Nevertheless, Fitzpatrick remains a high end QB2, and should produce even-keeled numbers more often than clunkers like the one last week. If you're a Fitzpatrick owner, I think you're fine! The Bills are going to do their best to prove the masses wrong, and that they're a far cry from a fluke! While Fitz's supporting cast outside of Fred Jackson is limited as far as big names is concerned, what we've seen so far from Stevie Johnson, David Nelson, Donald Jones, and Scott Chandler has been nothing short of impressive to say the least! Click here to read the rest...
By KFFL Staff | Categories: NFL Draft
Howie Long's thoughts on Panthers possibly selecting Cam Newton
The Carolina Panthers are in a real quandary -- sitting with a Jack and a seven, and thinking to themselves, 'do we play the safe odds and stay, or do we take the hit and go for 21?'
I'm talking, of course, about their number one pick in today's NFL Draft, and whether Panthers GM Marty Hurney will go the safe route and select either linebacker Von Miller or defensive lineman Marcell Dareus with that first pick, or try for the jackpot by selecting quarterback Cam Newton. On a team that allowed a division-worst 408 points in 2010, selecting either NFL-ready defensive player is the safe choice. Click here to read the rest...